A Collaborative Investigation of the Civil War's Western Theater
I am quite astonished that someone would actually print something like this! I was not aware that any flag utilized by the Confederate States Army and/or sactioned by by the government need to presently fall into a "Politically Correct" battle flags category. I understand that most individuals associate the St. Andrew's Cross with the Confederacy, but I believe this is going a little too far. This image is certainly the "correct" way to inform those individuals that more than the typical "rebel" flag was used during the war. Let's forget about going about this historically...This is just plain dumb. My $.02 worth!!!
So, by stating that these flags are "politically correct" they acknowledge that the St. Andrew's flag is not, yes?
Oh, Pat, quit being so logical. You must be one of those liberal intellectual, neo-radical, Lincolnites. It seems like an attempt to unlink the visual association between the St. Andrews flag and "real" Confederate flags that stand for granddaddy's fight (a war without slaves, so to speak).
But guys, they are being persecuted by the neo-Lincolnite elite who rule the media and academia. I think we can all agree on this. This is what I personally believe in:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-iaqQ-mryg&NR=1As you can see, I make a lot more sense than your crazy John Brown-esque history mongering.See you at the SCV meeting!
I've heard "political correctness" is the presumption that a turd can be picked up by the clean end. The visual analogy may not apply here, but logically this is just more of the same dodging of the underlying issue.
Lee, where on earth did you dig this up?
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