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David Toy and Richard Oulton Print
As we approach the one year anniversary of the terrorist attacks on America, it is a good time to reflect on how Americans have been coping in the aftermath of the tragedies.  One thing is certain and that is the renewed sense of patriotism Americans have discovered.  To demonstrate this new found pride, Americans are displaying the flag like never before.  There are tall flags, flying proudly from the top of buildings and the very tip of large construction cranes, all the way down to the smaller flags, waving just as proudly, on cars and police motor cycles and yet even smaller ones adorning lapels and blouses.  But how have residents in homeowner associations fared during this time? On The Commons with me is David Toy.  David is a World War II Vet, a patriot and a practicing dentist in Wisconsin.  On September 12, 2001, as a gift to his fellow condo owners, David bought and installed small flags on the mailboxes.  But, as you know, flags and condos seem to mix like oil and water.  We'll hear David's story and find out what happened. 

During the second half of the show, we'll catch up with an old friend, Richard Oulton.  Richard and his wife Ava, were featured on 20/20 a few months ago because their association believes their flag, flying proudly from a flagpole in their Richmond, Virginia home, to be a "visual nuisance".  Please help us pay tribute to the everyday heroes who are our friends and neighbors and who fight to display the American flag at home.  Download Toy and Oulton

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