FOR YOUR CONFEDERATE CHRISTMAS LIST …
You’ll probably be seeing some advertisements related to this in the coming weeks, but we’ve got some news that may cheer those of you disappointed by the S.C. General Assembly’s decision to take down the Confederate flag.
Glad you asked. We’ve stumbled upon five Confederate flags that we’re looking to unload. These aren’t the typical flags you see offered at retail locations, though.
Four of these flags – rectangular “Naval Jack” versions of the rebel banner – flew from the dome of the S.C. State House prior to 2000 (and include certificates attesting to their authenticity). The fifth flag flew from the grounds of the S.C. State House, and is the square battle flag of the Army of Northern Virginia.
It also has a certificate attesting to its authenticity as well as the dates it was flown.
In addition to these flags, we’ve also come upon several thousand prints of the controversial banner flying from both the dome and the grounds of the State House (the latter prints being signed and numbered by the artist).
Interested? Email HERE with the subject line “Flags” and we’ll get you set up with a full inventory and price list … and pics of the merchandise if you so desire (that’s what she said).
Hold up … didn’t this website support the removal of the Confederate flag from the State House grounds earlier this year? Yes. Yes, it did.
So why would we now hawk rebel merchandise? Easy: Because the last time we checked “heritage” money was still green …
And because “rebels” still needed good Christmas gift ideas …