The fight over the Confederate Flag in the U.S. House of Representatives got weird Thursday, complete with shouting, bills being pulled off the floor, and, most terrifying of all, open and flagrant deployment of parliamentary procedure. The fuck-tussle was a sequel to
That would imply America teaches history and doesn't just see education as a way of fulfilling employers responsibilities for creating a job ready workforce. as opposed to the enlightenment and education of it's citizens so as to have a stronger democracy and smarter nation.
Now it really does look like a pumpkin on a stick.
But we knew that.
My apologies. I wrote her response in later post before I saw this. Yours is better! Nice touch on finding the letter in his pocket. Many kudos.
I don't see the downside.
You're reading too much into the Appomattox Court House cease-fire.
The similarity is closer than you think. Southrons didn't resume waving the Stars & Bars until the early 1960s. For some reason.
Too true. Interesting to me how many Stars and Bars are suddenly flying on pickup trucks here in Western Wasington. Kind of outing themselves I think.
the confederacy were traitors to the usa. anyone who holds any allegiance to it now are as well, and should be treated like the traitors they are. that flag is the flag of a foreign country which we went to war with, and kicked their ass, just like the nazis of another foreign country we were at war with. if we won't allow the swastica to fly on government soil, why would we allow this one.
i don't think so.
oliver's army is not here to stay.
Shoulda been cantaloupe on a stick.
"squirmish" - what a fabulous portmanteau!
Family traditions are nice.
Texas slaves knew, but they were, well, slaves. Until the U.S. Army rode in, wasn't much they could do about it.