I am a resident of Indiana and have flown the U.S. flag in front of my house almost immediantly after it was built (and have served under it as well). I am considering flying my state flag above the U.S. flag in the event that Barrack Obama wins the presidency. I'm not doing it out of mere spite, I genuinely feel that if most of America thinks that people like Obama and liberals in general make this country, (or have made this country), what it is today; then I have a valid disconnect from them. I will continue to fly the U.S. flag for what it means to me, but am starting to feel a stronger, prouder connection to my great state and its people. The meaning of the flag as a symbol for our country is steadily being eroded by many who think we need to change into something we were never intended to be. I simply will not go along. As I understand it, after doing research, the U.S. Flag Code, as wonderful as an idea as it was, is only a guideline. Is this correct? Are there any enforceable laws or statutes, state or federal, that would legally require me to return the U.S. Flag atop? The way I see it, if the U.S. Supreme Court can conclude that "flag burning" is constitutionally protected under the 1st amendment; then I can't imagine simply flying it under the my state flag would not be. Please advise.... Thank you, J.M.