Wednesday, April 1, 2015, is the 150th anniversary of the battle of Five Forks. One feature of this battle was that the Confederate commanders in the area, led by George Pickett, gathered at a shad bake that day, leaving the commands unattended as Phil Sheridan and G. K. Warren moved to crush the Confederate position.
This past weekend the Virginia Flaggers, people of sterling integrity and absolute honesty … people of their word … and the future of Confederate heritage, gathered to raise a flag along I-81 near Lexington, Virginia, followed by flagging Washington and Lee University in protest of the university’s decision to remove replica Confederate flags from the Lee Chapel.
[Judy Smith does not want you to see this picture of a Flagger.]
After all that work and effort, you might expect that someone might be hungry. Barry Isenhour certainly was. He loves hot dogs. So he went to eat one … at Kenney’s of Lexington.
What happened to the boycott, Barry? Did you eat alone?
This is the future of Confederate heritage? Really?
Restore the honor, Barry. Return the hot dog.
The Flaggers reluctantly admitted the violation … but they threw old Barry under the bus, because that wasn’t all that happened …
Why is Virginia Flaggers photographer Judy Smith both so sore and so silent when it comes to the dining habits of the Virginia Flaggers last Saturday? Well, lookie here …
And where is Sweet Things located?
Boy, the Virginia Flaggers really are people who “honor” their word … and it seems Barry was not alone in violating that boycott pledge. No wonder Judy Smith didn’t want to answer my questions. And no wonder the other Flaggers didn’t want you to know that they are lying frauds as well.
We thank the Flaggers themselves for providing evidence that they are not people of their word. So much for “restoring the honor,” I guess.
This is getting to be too easy.