More confederate flag nonsense

Once again, it appears that some racial bigots attempted to cloak themselves and the confederate flag with First Amendment protection.  The courts did not let them.  Click here for the Eighth Circuit case.  Does anyone get the sad irony in all this?

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John Doe - July 2, 2009 6:42 PM

The rebel flag is not a racial flag. YOU PEOPLE MAKE IT ONE! The flag stands for a nation of farmers who wanted to be away from the USA's ignorance

Gary Abbott - November 19, 2009 10:36 PM

We are citizens of the United States of America and that should indicate the flag we should fly on our flagpoles as well as the flag which represents this state. Put the Confederate flag in the Museum. It is a part of Southern history but not the most significant. It needs to be done without a long drawn out process and great expense. Many MORE important issues are before us that need to be dealt with. The rebel flag issue should not be a racial issue. Initially,it was not a racial issue. It came about because of Southern rebellion against the US Government

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