Just My Opinion.


So this flag offends people, because they do not understand the history behind it, but would rather be offended and their sensitive feelings hurt over what they misinformly think it represents, and now is being banned and taken down.

So what is next? Perhaps we should remove the cross Jesus died on, since it represents Christianity and that in itself may offend people and their sensitivity to it.

Let us also just remove churches in general, since that also may offend someone.

Why not remove the American flag too, while you are at it, since this is no longer a free country, but rather a country full of sensitive, mindless, idiots who want all things that offend them removed.

I mean hell, I guess I can just remove peoples face too, since that shit offends me and I don’t like what it stands for.


24 thoughts on “Just My Opinion.

    • Yes, like my friend just posted on Facebook… BREAKING NEWS: A man wearing a University of Alabama shirt just robbed a bank and killed innocent people. The shirts will no longer be sold at Walmart, Kmart, or Dollar General.

      People are just ..idiots.. to use such illogical excuses of why something so rich in history, that does not represent what they are crying out does, should be removed from stores, taken down, or banned. ITS A FLAG. Lord help if Isis decided to behead people wearing the American Flag, would that also be banned?

      Just makes me pissy.

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      • A nations flag is a nations flag no one should be unable to fly the flag of their country anywhere in the world. Or state or county or town

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      • Well, since the shooting, it as been deemed as a symbol of racism although it most certainly is not. Soldier died fighting for the freedom’s we as a country take for granted flying that flag, the flag that they looked to for hope, where so many people died. It pisses me off to no end that, now it is deemed as offensive and is being taken down, the Confederate Flag. This world is catering to sensitive, mindless fools and it is ridiculous.

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      • I agree it has actually been seen as a symbol of racism for quite a long time Moxie and if I remember rightly it is actually saying no to a unified America what is now th U S A. (Correct me if i’m wrong) Which I think is the main issue with it people will link it with everything bad in the country for that reason.

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      • True on all counts but like I said that’s why it associated with bad things because it stood up against the America that is now known. So people will slander it.

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      • It gets even more confusing over here. You can’t fart without it being a slur against some race or religion or sexually. Since a European parliament was elected its gone mad

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      • MYTH – The Confederate Battle Flag represents racism today.
        FACT – The Confederate Battle Flag today finds itself in the center of much controversy and hoopla going on in several states. The cry to take this flag down is unjustified. It is very important to keep in mind that the Confederate Battle Flag was simply just that. A battle flag. It was never even a National flag, so how could it have flown over a slave nation or represented slavery or racism? This myth is continued by lack of education and ignorance. Those that villify the Confederate Battle Flag are very confused about history and have jumped upon a bandwagon with loose wheels.

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  1. i am SO in the wagon with you on this one! i posted on a friends FB page on a picture of the flag and his own put-down comments.
    someone told me since racists use the flag as their symbol, it shouldn’t be allowed. so using his logic, the KKK uses the cross – so there ya go. it has to be removed too.

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    • This is completely illogical arguing. We can not make everyone happy, as I said, people’s face offends me, so they should just remove it too, by this mindless logic.

      This website takes apart the myths being screamed by uneducated individuals, http://www.rulen.com/myths/ when it comes to the Confederate flag and what it REALLY represents.

      People need to educate themselves before making statements that do not make any sense whatsoever. There is so many more important issues that needs action, people’s butt hurt shouldn’t be one of those issues.


      • to me the Confederate flag is recognition of ancestors and who they were. talk about people who died for the American flag – then talk about those who died for the Confederate one.
        People educated before commenting…. wow would I like to see that. And reading over your words before you hit that “submit” button….
        and for what it’s worth – i personally happen to think the Confederate flag is better looking …….

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      • The Confederate Flag is very pretty, but it also represents such a deep and powerful history for the Southerners. I just hate that whiners get what they want because their butt was hurt with no lube. It just pisses me off.


  2. If we remove all symbols that offend, best remove all the symbols from all the groups on the “coexist” bumpersticker, just to be fair, because someone will be offended at one or more of those. The Malcolm X t-shirts might offend someone too, out the door with that. If we remove all the symbols, revolt against anyone in wealth or power, redistribute everything equally to everyone, and forget all the history from now back to “in the beginning,” humans will still figure out reasons to fight against each other and kill each other. I’d bet on it.

    This is just one more example of a pointless conflict. Like every other conflict. Ephesians 6:12, James 4:1-12 speak volumes about it. But if they remove the cross and everything associated with that symbol, no one will know about the real reasons. All human conflict is based on lies, and they are the same lies we humans have heard and fallen for since the beginning.

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