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Are Brad Paisley and Rand Paul the bravest men in America?

Hockey Mom Wrote: Apr 12, 2013 3:02 AM
Take your politically correct "feelings" and shove them. The Confederate battle flag doesn't represent the outright murder of millions of people. It is part of American history and if you don't like it don't wear it. YOU will not dictate MY right to wear what I please.
Roy323 Wrote: Apr 13, 2013 1:42 AM
America--Nahhh! You got Jerome41 all wrong--His version of "Swatiska" is unique-as is he!
Jerome41 Wrote: Apr 13, 2013 1:04 AM
Wow, it's like you write it all the time. Hmmm.
America is Over Wrote: Apr 12, 2013 4:50 PM
It's hard to spell "swastika" when your knickers are twisted.
Jerome41 Wrote: Apr 12, 2013 12:56 PM
No, you are the one being politically correct. I am stating historical facts that you hate. The Confederacy was formed wing the single minded goal to keep fellow human beings in chains. You hate hearing that because you don't want to believe it, but it is true. You try to deny history. By the way, the Swatiska is also part of German history, doesn't make it something that someone should want to put on their t-shirt. I didn't state you didn't have a right to be a racist jerk and not wear it.

Er, no. At least not by my lights. But maybe the country singer and the first-term senator are contenders for that title according to the attorney general of the United States, Eric Holder.

In 2009, Holder famously declared in a speech that America is a "nation of cowards" because it refuses to talk about race "enough." What constitutes enough race talk in our private time seems like a hard thing to quantify, and I'm not sure Holder has any idea how to do it either.

Holder was hardly the first, nor will he be the last,...