Tuesday, September 26, 2006
An Image is Worth a Thousand Words
Because an image is worth a thousand words, here's a noose next to a Confederate flag; just ignore the klan uniform.
When Sen. George Felix Allen feigns ignorance in symbols of Dixie, like everything that comes out of his mouth, the junior senator has zero credibility with Virginians based on elementary commonsense.
Howling Latina came of age around the same time as Allen, and she can vouch that Confederate flags were the fetish du jour ONLY with the crowd who lamented the South's loss to the North: red-necks with deep-seated racial animus.
Like her good friend Jack Hughes of evilgopbastards notes, "Felix's past is coming back to haunt him like the ghost of a Confederate racist."
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