South Carolina Votes To Remove Confederate Flag

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Following an emotional debate in the South Carolina House of Representatives, a bill to remove the Confederate flag from the state house grounds was passed by a vote of 94 to 20, despite numerous proposed amendments to delay its passage put forth by the flag’s supporters. What do you think?

“I guess they’re not that proud of their heritage after all.”

Treacy Williams • Systems Analyst

“Great! Was this before or after they voted on comprehensive gun control?”

Kurt Woollett • Website Advocate


“They can remove it from the state house, but they’ll never remove it from my mud flaps.”

Charles Schiller • Boot Assembler