From Scott Adams’ blog:
I consider myself a highly patriotic guy and I understand how people can get worked up over the flag being burned. I love my flag. But symbols are personal things, and everyone is free to interpret them however they see fit. For me, a flag that Iâ€™m NOT allowed to burn is a symbol that the government is too intrusive in my life. And itâ€™s an insult to anyone who died to defend freedom. But thatâ€™s just me. You might prefer your symbols of freedom to have as many restrictions as possible.
It seems to me that the great thing about the flag is that it symbolizes something inherently indestructible: the concept of freedom. You can burn the flag as many times as you want and the concept of freedom is not only still there â€“ itâ€™s stronger. I like that about my flag. I would go so far as to say itâ€™s my flagâ€™s best feature.