916 total votes
weak move motivated by money
Smart move motivated by a good conscience.
Well done Kerry 👍👍
Good call by Kerry McCoy. Wish she had done it sooner. She has a right to determine what legal products she sells. Morally, if an item was being used largely for the purpose of conveying hate, intimidation, or fear, I think it's a good idea to cease selling it. This flag has long been associated with racism--particularly since integration and civil rights movements in the 1960's--and a kind of in-your-face white supremacy statement. Wish people would take more pride in civility, neighborliness and good will than the south's embarassing past.
Thank you Ms. McCoy. Well done.
It's a smart business decision. There are sources online to purchase all sorts of trashy items.
Thank you, Ms. McCoy
I'm glad I got one for my dad then. I'm born and raised in Little Rock, and all the flags I have came from her business. One POW-MIA, one US, and one Confederate... I'm sorry to see this lady cave to the pressure and bury the flag. I understand not wanting to deal with the "backlash" and I can respect that. If the Dems have their way, all mention of the Civil War will be erased from the land and probably from our history books as well, in the next couple decades. I just wish people could see that they don't care about the victims of slavery, or racism, or any of that. They want all these symbols, monuments, street/building names changed because the Confederacy was Democratic and they are reminded of their embarrassment and hypocrisy every time they see the Rebel flag. Maybe we shouldn't be too hard on them though... After all, if you were responsible for one of the biggest clusterf--ks in our nation's history, wouldn't you want to destroy all the evidence? Of course you would...
She's in the wrong neighborhood to be selling Confederate flags;that's for sure.