From the article:
When McLucas came to work Friday, her boss told her another supervisor had found her flag offensive.
I don't recall the Constitution including a right to not be offended. For that matter, I find the supervisor that complained to be offensive. If I worked there and complained, would that get rid of the offensive supervisor? No, they would probably get rid of me, instead.
The offensive supervisor was originally from Africa, but the article doens't state if the offender is a citizen, or even if he is here legally.
Also from the article:
"The flag and the pole had been placed on the floor," McLucas said.
There was a time in this country when that would have been considered justification for violence.
I'm sure that Kindred Hospital would love to hear from you about this. Please be civil, but let them know what you think.
Here is the contact info for Mansfield, TX:
Kindred Hospital - Mansfield
1802 Highway 157 North
Mansfield, TX 76063
Phone: (817) 473-6101
TX TDD/TTY# 800-735-2988
Fax: (817) 473-5538
They don't want to give out their email address but you can go here to send them an email through their website.
Here is contact info for the corporate headquarters in KY:
680 South Fourth Street
Louisville, Kentucky 40202
I know this is just one small bit of ridiculousness in a sea of nonsense, but the story just irritated me.