Tuesday, April 2, 2013

News: South Carolina Defends Right To Fly Hardee's Flag From State Capitol

From The Onion.
South Carolina Defends Right To Fly Hardee's Flag From State Capitol

COLUMBIA, SC—Faced with mounting pressure from critics who say it sends the wrong message about the state, residents of South Carolina have mounted a vociferous defense of their right to fly the Hardee’s flag from the top of their capitol building, reports confirmed Thursday.

According to many South Carolinians, the flag, which prominently features a single smiling star and the phrase “Hardee’s Charbroiled Thickburgers,” signifies an important part of their cultural legacy, and many have expressed anger over demands that legislators remove it from public display.

“That flag represents a cherished tradition and the very spirit of our state,” said Charleston native Ruth Moore, 54, noting that she has regularly flown the flag on her own front lawn for more than 30 years. “I’ll be damned if we’re going to let a bunch of outsiders come in here and tell us we’re not allowed to fly it anymore.”

“It’s not just a flag—it’s a way of life,” Moore continued. “It’s who we are.”

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1 comment:

  1. “It’s not just a flag—it’s a way of life,”---hahaha! :-D

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