Remember yesterday’s story about a new way to celebrate Confederate heritage … namely, this license plate-like magnet?
Well, I hope you purchased one. They’ll be very rare items. See, the SCV didn’t take kindly to the unauthorized use of its logo by copyright queen Judy Parsons Smith. It did not take long for the SCV to convey that message.
The new version of the magnet?
It sells for $20–a $5 reduction … but then the size’s been reduced as well. No word on whether that price is in US dollars or Confederate money. Note also that the magnet “expires” in 1865 … still.
Understanding that perhaps a God-fearing person might not like to buy an item emblazoned with “POS” on it (it seems the Flaggers, who are so sensitive to obscene language elsewhere, don’t mind alluding to it themselves, which might open them up to the charge of being hypocrites … as if that was a surprise), the magnet can now be inscribed according to the buyer’s preferences. Perhaps “WE LOST” would do the trick.