In a break from tradition that nevertheless sounds traditional themes, Susan Hathaway of the Virginia Flaggers took to Facebook to share her reaction to the revelation that a Confederate heritage activist she had once praised for his action to protect children had been arrested on fifty counts of charges concerning child pornography transactions.
You can see I’ve gotten someone’s attention. 🙂
Susan Hathaway sure knows a lot about blogs she claims she hasn’t read in a year or so. Of course, she’s also made that claim in past years. But she also claims to know why people do what they do. Just like Connie Chastain does.
By the way, my speaking schedule remains as crowded as ever. My, my, but she can’t get anything straight.
But I do like that she’s finally admitted that she’s the head of the Flaggers. She’s not like Connie Chastain, who can’t make up her mind as to whether she’s a Flagger or knows what they say or do. Call that situational membership.
Note the lack of concern about the victims of child pornography. But then the Flaggers were not concerned about a child who was kidnapped by a Flagger, or when a Flagger got himself arrested in front of his children (as they were videotaping him). So, nothing new here.
Of course, Hathaway did not just know Jason Sulser. She praised him:
Susan’s deepest respect? Must not be worth much. “You are the reason none of our women or children were seriously injured.” How ironic.
Yes, Susan, your words, deeds, and actions speak for themselves. Mind reminding us why you no longer appear at the War Memorial Chapel at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts? And let’s not forget the need to invoke God … that same God that brought you Rob Walker.
We’ve seen this movie before, folks. No doubt we’ll see it again.
Once question remains for sincere advocates of Confederate heritage: Are you mad enough yet?