Monday, June 22, 2015

SO... The country was never divided, north and south never went to war against one another, there were never slaves....If you want to do away with history, then do away with it all, not just selected items...Martin Luther King never made his march for freedom.... close the black history museums....eliminate black history month

Of course they will take it down, anything to appease the black community. Over the past couple of years the 13% blacks have been telling the 87% what they want, and the 87% is giving in to them, WHY? Because the white people have no BALLS ! The day is coming [with obamas help] when the blacks will be completely running this country...role reversal

South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley has called for the removal of the Confederate Flag after the killing of nine black worshippers by a white racist last week at Emanuel A.M.E. Church in Charleston. Senators Tim Scott, Lindsey Graham and RNC Chairman Reince Preibus have also called for its removal. 
"Now is the time to do what is right, and I support the call by Governor Haley and South Carolina leaders to remove the Confederate battle flag from state house grounds. This flag has become too divisive and too hurtful for too many of our fellow Americans. While some say it represents different things to different people, there is no denying that it also represents serious divisions that must be mended in our society. For South Carolina, taking down this Confederate flag is a step in mending those divisions. Our future must be better than our past. We are not meant to be a country divided by racial tensions; we are meant to be a country that stands united," Priebus said in a statement Monday afternoon. “Our prayers are with the people of South Carolina during these difficult times."
Over the weekend national debate raged as the flag, which many see as a sign of slavery and racism, continued to fly over the capitol building in Columbia. The state legislature held a special session today to debate whether to remove the flag in light of recent events and over the weekend, thousands of protestors stood outside the State House demanding it be taken down. 
Former GOP presidential candidate and Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney has been calling for it's removal for years, but reiterated his stance over the weekend. President Obama and a number of other Democrats have called for it to be placed in a museum. 
The legislature will vote this week on whether the Confederate flag will stay or go.

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