Posted February 12, 2019 08:06:10I was just a little kid when I first saw the flag fly at the start of the Civil War.
I was in elementary school, and it wasn’nt a simple image.
It had an old-fashioned black and white photograph of the old Confederate flag, with the Union Jack and stars.
It was a simple photograph.
I never thought it would change my life.
Today, when the Confederate battle flag is flown at the top of the capitol building in Washington, D.C., it seems that the image has changed.
There are more than a few people in the nation’s capital who are upset about the change.
I was in the middle of a campaign for the Democrats to take back the Senate when I heard the news about the Confederate flags flying at the cap, and I had no idea what was happening.
It’s a pretty easy change, but we have to be careful.
It just adds to the confusion, because so many people have different opinions about it.
I am not one of them.
I grew up with the Confederate Flag.
It has been my heritage for a long time, but as soon as I saw the Confederate symbol, I thought, “That’s ridiculous, it’s not funny.”
I thought it was funny that people would come up with a reason to be offended.
They don’t understand the flag is a symbol of slavery.
But I also think it’s a symbol that represents an ideology that is anti-black.
I think it is a terrible symbol.
I don’t think the flag was meant to represent black people.
I am not an activist, but I am one of the people who are against it.
The people who want to take down the flag say, “We’re all racists,” and they don’t even understand the word racism.
There is a huge difference between me and them.
It’s the same thing that happened to the flag that was flown over the Capitol.
It wasn’t meant to be a symbol.
When the flag started flying, it was just an image.
And I think the people of D.N.C. know that’s a big mistake.
I mean, they’re used to that.
I’m a Democrat, and this is the first time in history that a major party has taken down a symbol and put it in a museum, even if it was an image of a symbol, because it was a symbol the president and I and others used to promote slavery.
So I think that the political reaction is overblown, and the fact is, it just adds more confusion, even though it’s only the first thing that has happened.
It doesn’t take away the symbolism.
We still have the flag in the cap and it’s there.
The president still has the flag.
It remains there, and there are still some of us who are outraged about it, and that’s fine.
It isn’t a big deal.
There are other symbols, such as the American flag, that have also been taken down in other countries, so they have their own reasons.
I have the American flags, and when I fly them in the streets of the country, I’m not doing it to insult the American people, but just to show respect.
I respect the American way of life, and to me that is important.
I like to think that we are united in this country and that we have always been.
That’s why I’ve been here in D.W.C.’s capital.
When people have to choose between freedom and respect, they choose freedom.
I do not want to live under a tyranny.
I want to work hard, I want people to live together, I think everyone should.
We have to work together, and if we don’t, I don’ t think that it will ever change.