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Learn more about Confederate Flag
In 1961, the South Carolina State Government passed a law mandating that the confederate flag be flown on the ground of its state capitol building. The law was passed to commemorate the centennial of the Civil War assault on Fort Sumter. Opponents argue that the flag is a political symbol that represents racial inequality and should be removed after the shooting deaths of nine African American church members in June 2015. Proponents argue that the flag is an important historical symbol that commemorates the state’s role in the Civil War. See recent confederate flag news
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Yes, it's actually helpful for decent people to be able to decide where NOT to move to if the state broadcasts it's ignorant racist nature with a flag. 2 years ago from a Democrat in Hagerstown, MD
It is an American swastika. 1 year ago from a Democrat in Boston, MA
Undecided, as I do not support the racist undertones, but it is a symbol of a cultural identity with historical significance. Saying "No" would by extension disallow the display any flags with cultural significance (e.g. rainbow flag, any tribal... 1 year ago from a Democrat in Carmel, IN
Why on earth does anyone want to display such an elemental facet of murder, evil, human chatter, poisonous and discriminatory toward a race of people and an ongoing thorn of reminder and bad karma. No. 1 year ago from a Democrat in Houston, TX
They should be allowed to fly any flag they chose, but no state should chose to fly the Confederate flag, just like no state should display the Nazi swastika on state property. 1 year ago from a Democrat in Malden, MA
Individuals have the freedom to fly the confederate flag should they choose to do so, and that right should be protected by the federal government. State government represent the people of the state and should not be allowed to display symbols that... 2 years ago from a Democrat in New York, NY
Anyone can fly it, but not on government property. 2 years ago from a Democrat in Park Forest Village, PA
Yes, It's symbol of hatred but it should be for the people of that state to decide. 2 years ago from a Democrat in Charlotte, NC
Only if it is a positive symbol of that state. Not promoting hate. 2 years ago from a Democrat in Bainbridge Island, WA
The Confederate flag alone should not be flown, we are the Untied States of America. But those states that have aspects of the Conderate flag as part of their already existing state flag should not be forced to change to change their state flag. 2 years ago from a Democrat in Ester, AK
It should be considered treason to fly the battle flag of another nation that was at war with the U.S. 2 years ago from a Democrat in Pompano Beach, FL
No, it is a symbol of bigotry, hatred, and high treason. 2 years ago from a Democrat in San Diego, CA
There is no authority for the federal government to limit the political expression of the Several States. 2 years ago from a Democrat in Tallahassee, FL
I don't think flying the flag is a the right thing, but the federal government shouldn't dictate to the states on this matter. 2 years ago from a Democrat in Kearns, UT
Good or bad it is our history. 2 years ago from a Democrat in Valle Crucis, NC