A Rare Admission: Susan Hathaway, quoted by the New York Times, "We are losing this war on a lot of fronts"...

Don't let this photo fool you, Stonewall Jackson took the lead. (Image courtesy of the New York Times)

Via the New York Times:

"Afterward, they reconvened at the Stonewall Jackson Memorial Cemetery in Lexington. Susan Hathaway, the leader of a group called the Virginia Flaggers, had a message that sounded strikingly similar to one that King paraders had heard from their organizers less than an hour earlier — but one with a different goal.
“We are losing this war on a lot of fronts,” she said. “And folks, if we don’t learn to come alongside of people who might look a little different than us, who might have a different way of doing things, and find ways that we can work together like we did today, we’re not going to get very far.”"

(Image courtesy of WMRA.org)

I can't imagine why...

Restoring the honor!


  1. Flagger damage control in full force:


    Numbers still all over the place. The Flaggers have no idea how few people came to their event. Was it 200, 300, 500??? It wasn't many, that's for sure. I estimate less than 200 each day. Did Susan even stick around for Sunday, or did she beat feet? I guess it's just as well, I've heard the SCV contingent aren't pleased with their childish antics.

  2. Chastain's awfully salty...



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