ARK State Rep The Confederate flag is a symbol of Jesus

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    Just when we think we've seen it all. Wow- that's insane. Am I the only one who thinks this country is going straight down the toilet? How in the hell do people like this get elected?
     
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    Because they're a shoe-in.
     
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    And so is a Jesus bobble-head.

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    Can we put that on top of the Arkansas flagpole?
     
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    Fixed :eek:
     
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    The guy isn't "dumb", he's crazy.
     
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    What does that make the people who elected him?
     
  9. Rt&Dzine macrumors 6502a

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    The confederate flag is a symbol of Biblical government. Is the Bible part of the Constitution?
     
  10. citizenzen macrumors 65816

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    I'm sure that if we looked into the history of Arkansas state representatives we'd find a rich tradition of backward hillbilly racists.

    This cracker is just representing his constituency.
     
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    This seems extreme, even for the south.
     
  12. Rt&Dzine, Nov 14, 2010
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    Here's the opening comment of the anti-Abraham Lincoln Seminar, sponsored by the group that State Rep. Loy Mauch was a commander of . . .

     
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    White, slave-owning, trash??

    I remember, and I was not even there.
     
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    Wow. Look at this guy:

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    This guy looks like a Confederate soldier straight out of my history book. :D
     
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    I lived down south for a number of years.
    There are some interesting folks living in various parts of this country.

    Stories like this one no longer surprise me. There is some serious ideology differences accepted in some parts.
     
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    Wow, I though the jokes about the South still fighting the war, was a joke. Now I see some people really are still fighting the North!

    Hugh
     
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    What's really sad, and a bit scary..

    .. is that outside of that Confederate tie and less hair, he is a spitting image of Jim Henson..

    BL.
     
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    OMG you are right!
     
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    He probably does battle re-enactments, hoping for a different result.
     

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