The first I-95 flag for example, other than Levin's wrong prediction saying their would be no I-95 flag , we had Simpson yammering about the possibility of disturbing Grave sites. (HERE).
And of course all the Floggers had to pipe in about the flags location and its lack of visibility.
( This pic thanks to Andy Hall)
Now then, after the trees were cleared the flag was much easier to see -
But I seem to remember folks yammering about "Right of Way", V.D.O.T. restrictions, and a host of other issues that didn't apply.
So they were complaining about a flag that no one could see, ( Hmmmmm ?)
What if the flag had been put here -
Do you reckon they would have whined about it ?
You bet they would have, comments like " In everyone's face" and "Disregarding the feelings of those who find it offensive" would have been all over the place.
( Oh those shifting winds.)
Recently I made some "REMEMBER" coins to be placed at the graves of Confederate Soldiers.
The idea has been well received by Pro - Southern folks, I posted about it HERE
But of course I got a few negative responses from Floggers. One even accused me of littering.
My point is -
No matter what we do to honor our Confederate ancestors,
there will always be folks who gotta spin a bad light on it!