Rebel Flag Flap…Let it Fly

By Craig Andresen – The National Patriot and Right Side Patriots on

rf 1Did Nikki Haley really cave to political correctness in now agreeing that the Confederate flag be taken down from the South Carolina statehouse?

And why are Conservatives all bent over that flag being taken down?

There are plenty of people out there turning themselves inside out trying to make a case for leaving that flag flying and they’re using the flag’s design to justify it.

I have seen thousands of comments and posts regarding the Confederate flag over the last week or so and many of them are along these lines…“Neither the design nor the content of the flag has anything to do with racism, slavery, hatred or white supremacy. Nothing.”

That of course, is correct…there IS nothing in the DESIGN of the Confederate flag that denotes racism. But…is the design of the rebel flag all there is to it?

Look…I know about the Confederate flag design…

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Teacher Stomps on Flag – Lesson Learned?


According to Michael Copeland’s daughter who was in the Lexington – Richland South Carolina School District classroom when it happened…

“He drew a couple of symbols, like one of them was a cross, and he said, ‘What does this represent’ and everybody said ‘Christianity. Then he proceeds to take down the American flag and said, ‘This is a symbol, but it’s only a piece of cloth. It doesn’t mean anything,’ and then he throws it down on the floor and then stomps on it, repeatedly.”

The girl was talking about her English teacher at Chapin High School.

The teacher, as part of some lesson he was giving his students…

Took down the American Flag, told his students it was a symbol but only a piece of cloth, that it meant nothing…And STOMPED on it…REPEATEDLY.

The United States Supreme Court says the right exists, under the 1st Amendment, to free speech and freedom of expression including desecration of the American Flag.

That doesn’t make it right.

To say the American Flag means nothing, is wrong.

Dead wrong.

On that floor and under his shoe was every soldier who has ever worn the uniform of the United States of America.

Those who came home and those who never did.

Every body beneath the green grasses of Arlington was under that teacher’s shoe and every body buried in far away places who fought and died in war while wearing that flag was right there on the floor as well.

And what of those students in that school who may well have mothers or fathers, brothers or sisters in the service of our nation today?

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