How To Save The Confederate Flag


7 thoughts on “How To Save The Confederate Flag

  1. bob carey August 10, 2015 / 3:48 am

    To deny history is to deny truth.

  2. MarlaHughes August 10, 2015 / 4:58 am

    I call BS. Using his analogy the old lady would keep smoking because why not? She already had cancer. The US flag also represents the goal, the trying while the Confederate flag represented and still represents the attempt to forever enshrine the ability for white people to own black people.

  3. MarlaHughes August 10, 2015 / 4:59 am

    I’ve also heard every single one of those argument from the white supremacists who want to keep their revisionist history.

  4. Bob Nelson August 10, 2015 / 6:51 am

    Very funny. Thanks for sharing. I needed a good laugh this morning. He does make several good points, one being that our country is still deeply divided over race and there is still much to be done if MLK’s dream is to be realized. If all the CBFs and all the Confederate monuments simply disappeared one night, not much would really change. Are things better than they were in the 1960s? Obviously yes. But we still have a very long way to go and as MLK observed (paraphrased), I doubt you or I will be here to see it. I have hopes that my grandchildren (ages 4 to 13) will see it and will live in a more peaceful, understanding, accommodating and accepting world.

  5. Bob Nelson August 10, 2015 / 6:58 am

    Somebody should point out to him, however, that the CBF was not the “Stars and Bars.”

  6. Laqueesha August 12, 2015 / 2:35 pm

    You can’t save something that’s bad to begin with.

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