The Confederate Flag is a symbol of love and respect: why do some disparage it?
- ZazaLv 77 years agoFavorite Answer
It's ONE of the many flags that represented the states during the period leading to the civil war. It's a symbol of southern pride.
You don't see the left having a problem with all the other flags that flew during the same time period, do you? NOPE. It's just another way for them to claim the South is racist, which is the biggest bunch of BS ever thrown.
- ?Lv 77 years ago
it also symbolizes the south (in the civil war) and slavery, so to demand all honor that flag is bs. this just in: the south lost.
so you go at it alone, it is a free country (for all now) free for you to wave the flag and pretend the south didn't lose and free for others to say what they want about that flag.
- MadManLv 77 years ago
It all depends on your perspective. Some would say that it is a symbol of love of owning people. Others not.
- Gary FLv 77 years ago
There is/was no such thing as "The" Confederate flag. And southerners wonder why people think they are stupid - go figure.
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- DilLv 47 years ago
It's a symbol of an era long gone.
- Anonymous7 years ago
it is just used by democrats, the keepers of slavery in the usa. they are still slaves of the welfare state we are still taking care of them, with no work involved.