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Yeah, of course. He's protesting the country and its policing policies, not the military or its veterans. I'm glad you get it.
I stand with anyone willing to stand at attention or with their hand on their heart. Just as I stand with anyone who is not happy with any of the current administrations (be they national or state) and wish to kneel in protest against them rather than rioting and breaking shit.
A nation is not an abstract thing. It's made up of people who make decisions and affect (and sometimes change) policy. The people in government change over time, and people are flawed. You can't say, "Well, they're Americans, so they're automatically in the right." No one is always right. (Not even McSlay!)
People demanding unquestioned loyalty to mere symbols (such as a flag or an anthem) without granting the ability to question policy aren't patriots, they're totalitarians.
North Korea approves of that kind of loyalty.
P,S, Chris Simms can go take a flying leap.