Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Stars And Bars: A Replica



Someone in north Texas saw it fit to fly an early version of the Confederate Flag over the county courthouse.  The gesture was made to honor those who fought in the Civil War.  But many residents weren't buying it.
"When you fly a flag on a government-owned piece of property that divides people, it destroys the concept of unity," Herrington told WFAA.
What does that say about us when we do the same thing?

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