That Darn I-95 Flag … :)

For those of you who can’t get enough of news about the Confederate flag flying west of I-95 south of Richmond …

  • A couple claimed they were kicked out of the trailer park where the flag is located because they expressed support for the flag in this reportbut that might not be so.
  • Seems there was a lot of police activity by the flag site on January 2 as five police vehicles checked on the results of more tree-cutting … this time reportedly across the property line that divides the trailer park from the interstate. You’re not supposed to do that, Grayson … and one Richmond station carried the news last night. Given that the Virginia Flaggers openly boasted about their plans to cut down those trees, I imagine this might get interesting.

5 thoughts on “That Darn I-95 Flag … :)

  1. Bryan Cheeseboro January 4, 2014 / 8:01 am

    Maybe they should go live in the Confederate States rather than the United States since that’s the flag they salute anyway.

  2. Schroeder January 4, 2014 / 2:56 pm

    The buffoonery from that glee club just keeps on flowing ~ right into the new year. Between the Flaffers, the Quackers and a hissing Floridian, there will be much more, I am sure of this. The category for these people is not of this hemisphere.

  3. Thelibertylamp January 4, 2014 / 6:39 pm

    And the epic quote of the article:

    “Snyder said this is simply a case of a renter not following the rules.

    “I understand it’s a trailer park, but we have to keep the place cleaned up…you’ve heard of trailer park trash…well, that’s what you have over there,” Snyder said”

    That’s three snaps up in a circle! LOL

    • Charles Lovejoy January 6, 2014 / 5:01 pm

      Then many people always blame their problems on something else, no telling about the renter. Using the flag as a convenient excuse

      • Brooks D. Simpson January 6, 2014 / 5:09 pm

        I’m waiting for you to weigh in on diversity, because you are someone who seems to me to appreciate it … and you are a southerner. I know plenty of southerners who like to live in a diverse world, and I don’t want to see (white) southerners stereotyped.

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