Retaliation for what?

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"Operation Retaliation"? Retaliation for what? Looks like the hicks are mad as heck, and they're gonna show 'Murica, that they aren't going to take it lying down any longer. Instead, they're going to take it bent over, dry... Folks, this flyer looks really familiar. I think we've seen something like this before.





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Oh yeah. That's right. It's spreading folks, and they are proud of it. Giddy, would be the way I would describe it. It hasn't happened yet, because people think that they can ignore them, and they are just going to go away, but they're wrong. At some point, localities are going to have to deal with these public nuisances. I have some suggestions, all perfectly legal, and we will get to that in good time...





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Ya don't say... Folks, all you have to do is connect the dots and follow the money. Mark my words folks, but arrogance will be their downfall





Restoring the honor!





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  1. There are no Confederate-Americans. The term is an oxymoron used by morons.

    The living military veterans of this nation are veterans of the United States of America's military forces. Any other living veterans in this nation are people who served in the armed forces of other nations.

    Raise those symbols of ignorance and stupidity so I can teach more people who ask questions and want facts used for answers!

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    1. Just Confederate trash. The North stuck it all in the incinerator and pushed the burn button.

      I heard that the only thing missing at the rag raising yesterday were teeth.

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  2. Why, Dimmy. Have you turned in your leftist card? Leftism says this is the age of "self identifies as." Whatever you self identify as, that is what you are. Are you a guy who "self identifies as" a girl or woman and you want to use the women's bathroom and locker room, and shower with young girls, YOU CAN! Even the president supports "self identifies as...."

    If somebody identifies as a Confederate American, then that's what they are.

    Confederate American is as legitimate as African American....

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  3. If someone identifies as a Confederate-American they're a dumbass who clearly cannot understand history. I guess we can refer to them as traitors since that is what they would be under the definition of Confederate.

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    1. But Dimmy, the left in this country has declared we can "self-identify" was whatever we want. You disagree?

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    2. Oh, you can self-identify as whatever you want. However, if anyone self-identifies as a Confederate-American, I suggest they receive psychiatric help since they are obviously either crazy or just ignorant.

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    3. I'm self identifying as a Virginia Flagger. Why not? It's legal and acceptable to do so, right? Even if they tell me I'm not, I can still self identify as one, is that how it works?

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    4. I dunno, ask the men pretending to be women so they can go into women's bathrooms and showers....

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  4. Speaking of maintenance of the beloved CBF... Just returned from a trip to Pensacola. On 59, after passing into Alabama, the SCV has a large CBF on a cliff top beside the interstate. It's in bad shape. The ends are in strips now. Won't be long before the SCV is responsible a several car pile up because it came off its pole and draped itself across 59. Heritage!

    So, let's see how the VaFlaggers have built maintenance into their budgets for the promised flags.

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    1. RE: The Flaggers maintenance budget.

      Believe me, they aren't hurting for cash. I ran some numbers on an estimate of their newest rag. I have no way of knowing how much is from donations, of cash vs. goods and services, etc., but my conservative estimate is over $30k. I think that is conservative. This is after pricing concrete, a flagpole in an equivalent size by a custom flagpole maker, and similar if not exactly the same associated hardware needed (according to photos posted online), etc.. The concrete estimate I received from a local Danville concrete supplier was over $4000, delivered, for the same amount a person working on the project claimed to have used online (19 square yards). The flag itself was likely custom made (due to size), although, I'm not sure who produced it, as one of the largest, most well-known flag makers I could find online has removed Confederate flags for sale from their website. I am not sure if that means they are just producing them privately (to minimize bad publicity for their own business), or if they have ceased producing them all together. I am quite certain the Flaggers have enough money in the account for maintenance and much, much more. The question I have is, if they have the kind of cash in the bank I think they do, they did not raise it at their lemonade stand-like display, like the one they had at the Tomato Festival selling t-shirts and stickers. I'm quite certain they rake in money from that too, but not the amounts that would be needed to fund this kind of activity. Take into consideration that they claim to be "leasing land", which is probably just code for people are giving them plots of land duty free, but they are also using large machinery for clearing land, digging holes, drilling, not to mention the installation of lighting, etc., etc., etc.. Trust me, there are thousands upon thousands of dollars being spent on this. More importantly, there is some question about tax liability. They are not a non-profit, or at least, I have found no evidence they are, but they fundraise like they are a non-profit, which has seriously questionable legality. If I was the IRS and the State Department of Revenue, I'd be sniffing around seeing what's cooking, but that's just me. These flags aren't going to raise themselves without money. Lots of it.

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    2. Can we do a FOI request for information with the IRS or state tax authorities?

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    3. LOL! I don't know everything going on with the VaFlaggers, but I know tons more than you do... and it is soooo funny to watch you analyze and draw conclusions based on inferior and greatly incomplete information.

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    4. "Can we do a FOI request for information with the IRS or state tax authorities?"

      No. I doubt that. I think the point is that at some point, people might start to wonder where all of the money is coming from. Like I said, I priced a lot of the things necessary for a project such as this one, and it would not be cheap. You're not going to raise the kind of cash necessary for a venture such as this selling crappy t-shirts and stickers. Someone has to be pumping funds into this, but who? I think there are a lot of pissed off people who are deeply offended by the Flaggers but they don't know what to do. I say, follow the money.

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    5. "LOL!" - You can laugh this off, but, it is a real question. This flag has been deified by the heritage folk. Yet, everywhere you look, you can see the lack of respect for this flag. So, if the VaFlaggers are promising this legion of flags, to be what they purport to be, they shouldn't let these flags become dilapidated. Otherwise, they become a mockery of themselves. Rags clinging to poles becoming eyesores... I mean more than they already are.

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    6. sledridge, the VaFlaggers have top-notch maintenance for their flags, polls, trees and shrubs, etc. They even keep an eye on the weather and take the flags down when windy/stormy weather moves through. You need to not buy into the bigoted view that heritage folks are civic babes in the woods....

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    7. Well, follow the money, Jacob. Tell us who it leads to....

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    8. Quote: "Like I said, I priced a lot of the things necessary for a project such as this one, and it would not be cheap."

      LOL!!! This is what I mean by your drawing conclusions based on incomplete information you find onlne. If you only knew the reality, you would see not only how far off base you are .... but how HILARIOUSLY far off base you are... You are a scream, Jacob.

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    9. The flagpole alone that I found online, which was equivalent in size was $18,000. Just saying.

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    10. You can get a 30'X50' at bargain basement prices here:

      http://www.flagsource.com/images/resources/FlagSource%202014%20Custom%20Catalog%20V2.pdf

      Only $6,100. What a steal!

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    11. Folks lets recap:

      A 30'X50' Flag and a 119' pole (plus 10' below grade for a total of 129')

      http://www.flagsource.com/images/resources/FlagSource%202014%20Custom%20Catalog%20V2.pdf

      Whoah Nellie. A 130' pole from us flags.com is $24,700!

      https://usflag.com/index.php/monster-flagpoles/monster-flagpole.html

      Large Cranes

      https://m.facebook.com/Skyhighpoles/photos/pcb.679391792212561/679391382212602/?type=3&source=48

      Lifts

      https://m.facebook.com/Skyhighpoles/photos/a.670511816433892.1073741827.665189063632834/680389635446110/?type=3&source=48

      Associated Hardware

      https://m.facebook.com/Skyhighpoles/photos/a.670511816433892.1073741827.665189063632834/678885665596507/?type=3&source=48

      Which, I guess you could get cheaper if you set up as a distributor...

      19 square yards of concrete, delivered. About $4000 (according to a local Danville concrete supplier).

      Not to mention equipment to clear land, dig holes, physical labor and time, all of the trimmings for the ceremony. Folks, these flags cost mega-bucks. T-shirts and stickers aren't making this possible.




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    12. "the VaFlaggers have top-notch maintenance for their flags, polls, trees and shrubs, etc. They even keep an eye on the weather and take the flags down when windy/stormy weather moves through." - So, Rb's estimations are looking more and more realistic.

      That's a lot of money being spent. With the expectations of a lot more being spent for many more flags. So, just where does all of this money come from? And how is it obtained?

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    13. It's a good question isn't it? Of course, they don't have to disclose, to me, but the fact that they are a Limited Liability Corporation says that they have to disclose things to other people.

      I'd be suspect of a group on a seemingly endless spending spree, who's only visible means of financial support is an occasional internet plea for donations and a table full of t-shirts and stickers at the county fair, wouldn't you? Like I said, they aren't raising all this cash with a lemonade stand.

      Now, it was suggested to me that people are donating time and materials, etc.. When you have a flag in the $6000 range, it's kinda hard to swallow someone donating that, and if they are, who are we talking about, Daddy Warbucks? Do you have $6000 lying around ready to be blown on an ugly piece of cloth? I doubt most working class people do.

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    14. Well, y'all, one VaFlagger sez the money comes from George Soros...lol!!!!

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    15. LOL, Jacob, there is a huge and very important factor you are totally ignoring ... or, more likely, are oblivious to. That's what makes your spending time on this, calculating, "researching' -- calling concrete companies, for cryin' out loud -- soooo pointless.

      It's funny. I love it. Keep it up.

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  5. Here we go folks, proven right again. Virginia was the Hate flag test bed.

    http://www.fitsnews.com/2016/07/26/mega-confederate-flags-coming-to-sc/

    I anticipate that opposition will soon start to form.

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