In case the words are difficult to see, here is what they say:
OUR LIBERTIES WE PRIZE AND OUR RIGHTS WE WILL MAINTAIN
I have the right to wear what I choose. I will not yield that right, nor any other.
A merchant does not
have the right to discriminate against
a customer, based on law-abiding choices the customer makes.
Such is a condition of acquiring a license to do business.
I see signs ordering ... YES, ORDERING ... me to doff hat and sunglasses
before entering a bank or store. I suit myself every time, so sometimes
I choose to take them off, and sometimes I leave them on.
So far, nobody has bothered me. Understand, the most prominent feature
of my face is my white beard, and I suppose that most bank robbers do
not sport white face-fungus, so most merchants notice my appearance and
my pleasant demeanor, and act hospitably.
As they should. Read the flag again.