How long before the American flag has to come down?

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The pipe of the racism piper is playing and the lemmings hear the call. One after another politicians run to the front of the political correctness cliff and jump off blathering about how the Confederate flag has to come down and even how the next symbol of oppression must also find the dustbin of history:

Senate Majority Leader Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) has joined calls to remove a statue of Kentucky-native Jefferson Davis from the state capitol building.

The statue of Jefferson Davis has been in the rotunda of the Kentucky Capitol building since 1936, but it has come under fire by McConnell, GOP Gubernatorial candidate Matt Bevin, and “top Republicans in Kentucky’s House and Senate.”

According to WAVE 3, McConnell gave a measured response to questions about removing the statue, saying, “Maybe a better place for that would be the Kentucky History Museum, which is also in the state Capitol.”

Frankly, I think the Confederate flag flying in the South probably should have been taken down years ago but thanks to democrats like Fritz Hollings up it went.

Retailers lined up and jumped off the cliff as well. Amazon stated it will no longer sell the Confederate flag, but it will continue to sell Communist merchandise.

Amazon sells a huge variety of shirts, posters, you-name-it featuring the hammer and sickle, Joseph Stalin’s mustache, all things Che Guevara, Vladimir Lenin and other colorful revolutionaries who fought to make the world a better place, man. Guevara’s book Guerilla Warfare is on sale in four different formats. In one of the worst genocides in modern times, Stalin forcibly starved Ukrainian peasants in what’s known as the Holodomor, a “terror-famine” that left anywhere from 2.4 million to 7.5 million Ukrainian peasants dead in 1933.

Nazi merchandise? Sure.

Walmart has pulled the Confederate flag but it will be happy to sell you a poster of Che Guevara.

“We never want to offend anyone with the products that we offer. We have taken steps to remove all items promoting the confederate flag from our assortment — whether in our stores or on our web site,” said Walmart spokesman Brian Nick. “We have a process in place to help lead us to the right decisions when it comes to the merchandise we sell. Still, at times, items make their way into our assortment improperly — this is one of those instances.”

“We never want to offend anyone with the products that we offer.”

Well, a lot us find Communists and Nazism offensive. A lot of us find the aggrandizement of philosophies that has killed millions after millions of people offensive.

“We never want to offend anyone with the products that we offer.”

Hmm. Can’t help but wonder- will that eventually include the American flag?

Increasingly, the American flag- the flag of the United States of America- is becoming more and more offensive to the left.

Hispanics find the American flag offensive

Muslims find the flag offensive.

Illegals? I guess they don’t mind as long as the priorities are in order:

Flag stomping has become a liberal past time

Rappers find the flag offensive.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-mQ4tPgkoJg

Activists find the flag offensive.

Oh, and kill whitey while we’re at it.

Liberal educators find the flag offensive.

Wearing the American flag is offensive.

And the Obama mentor in whose living room the political career of Barack Obama was spawned?

 

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As soon as there are enough votes to be had and voters to be pandered to, democrats will call for the removal of the US flag and replace it with something closer to their hearts.

 

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What comes after that? Burning the books about the Confederacy?

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354 Responses to “How long before the American flag has to come down?”

  1. 351

    George Wells

    @Bill #347:

    I notice that none of you have the courage to answer my prediction with your own.

    Let me know when you get up your nerve.

  2. 352

    Redteam

    @George Wells: your 396 (the comment numbers seem to be screwed up)(it’s now been changed to 346) Don’t know why you said we didn’t respond to your predictions. I said my prediction is the Dims won’t do Hill. They’ve run through that love affair and rejected her in 08, she won’t make the grade this year either. I don’t know who the candidate will be. It won’t be Bernie. It’s still an eternity til anyone get’s the nom. On your 7.
    CRUZ
    PAUL
    SANTORUM
    CARSON
    JINDAL
    TRUMP

    Cruz and Trump will hang around for a while, the others won’t.

    Christie wasted his time getting in. The people in New Jersey won’t even vote for him. He’s seen as a buffoon.

    Graham is a member of the ‘gang of eight’ traitors to the Republicans. He’s not going anywhere.

    I agree on Figorina.

    The four are:

    RUBIO
    BUSH
    WALKER
    KASICH
    HUCKABEE
    Bush and Rubio are open fence to the world guys. No one wants them.
    Walker and Kasich are both experienced and Walker is a proven winner. He’s a serious candidate and if he’s nominated, he’ll get my vote. Kasich is not as strong, but he would get my vote also.

    As I said the noms are a llllooooooonnnnnnnnggggggg way off.

    Each of these four has a chance of beating HRC. Nominate one of them ASAP, and the GOP has a chance of winning in 2016.

    I’m not quite sure what that statement means, ASAP? There is a schedule and I suspect it will be followed. I doubt they will nominate anyone prior to the scheduled date regardless of you encouragement to do so.

    As of now, I would vote for the nominee if it’s Trump, Walker, Kasich and maybe Carson.

    Trying to predict who any nominee will be this early in the game is kinda meaningless.

  3. 353

    Bill

    @George Wells: Your “prediction”? You toss out a bunch of left wing wishful thinking.

    One thing is for certain; Republicans go through a process for nomination while Democrats anoint and then pretend it’s a process.

  4. 354

    George Wells

    @Bill #351:

    “Your “prediction”? You toss out a bunch of left wing wishful thinking.”

    Your irrational bias is showing again.
    Posting a short list of GOP contenders who have a chance at winning the presidency – and explaining why the rest of them don’t – qualifies as a prediction.
    When I “predict” who WON’T get elected – EVER – to the presidency, it is what it is : a PREDICTION.

    Wishful thinking for a “leftist” would be hoping that a GOOD Democratic candidate would magically appear to take the place of the current roster of dangerously flawed ones, but that isn’t going to happen.
    The Democratic party effectively has all of its eggs in one basket that happens to rife with large holes. Even so, the 2016 election is the GOP’s to lose, as it is winnable if one of the right candidates gets nominated. Trump isn’t one of them.

    Remember, I told you so.

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