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    Re: Protesters clash over Confederate flag outside Phoenix Walmart

    Quote Originally Posted by beefheart View Post
    There actually was one civil war battle in AZ. The battle of Picacho Peak.
    Arizona became a state in 1912. in 1865 it was just a useless desert.
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    Re: Protesters clash over Confederate flag outside Phoenix Walmart

    Phew! Thank GAWD it's a protest over the Confederate flag at a Walmart no less. Why if this was a protest at a Walmart over better wages, the right to form a union, maternity leave and pay for women and health benefits for employees it wouldn't be news at all.

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    Re: Protesters clash over Confederate flag outside Phoenix Walmart

    Quote Originally Posted by j-mac View Post
    The Constitution, and its amendments mean NOTHING to liberal pukes anymore....All that matters now to them, is mob rule, and how ****ty they can be to those that disagree with them.
    WTF...you understand that I can call you a ****tard for your comment and we're both practicing our first amendment rights?
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    Re: Protesters clash over Confederate flag outside Phoenix Walmart

    Quote Originally Posted by d0gbreath View Post
    Arizona became a state in 1912. in 1865 it was just a useless desert.
    Gee, thanks for the history lesson.

    It still happened.
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    Re: Protesters clash over Confederate flag outside Phoenix Walmart

    Quote Originally Posted by d0gbreath View Post
    Arizona became a state in 1912. in 1865 it was just a useless desert.
    Ever been to Prescott, Flagstaff, or the north rim?
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    Re: Protesters clash over Confederate flag outside Phoenix Walmart

    Quote Originally Posted by beefheart View Post
    Gee, thanks for the history lesson.

    It still happened.
    I believe you, and I learned something today.

    I retract my belligerence.

    Still, it was just a territory. I need to read up on why AZ was by far the last of the 48 to become a State. That could be interesting. Sheriff Arpaio's great grandfather might be involved. lol
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    Re: Protesters clash over Confederate flag outside Phoenix Walmart

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    Ever been to Prescott, Flagstaff, or the north rim?
    All beautiful. We want to retire to Prescott.
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    Re: Protesters clash over Confederate flag outside Phoenix Walmart

    Quote Originally Posted by Ironfist17 View Post
    I guess it's you who don't understand the first amendment quite well. The first amendment implies the freedom of speech and self-expression and yet this right is being violated...
    Are people being arrested for waving the confederate flag? Government fining people? How is the right being violated?
    You know the time is right to take control, we gotta take offense against the status quo

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    Re: Protesters clash over Confederate flag outside Phoenix Walmart

    Quote Originally Posted by Marla View Post
    Phew! Thank GAWD it's a protest over the Confederate flag at a Walmart no less. Why if this was a protest at a Walmart over better wages, the right to form a union, maternity leave and pay for women and health benefits for employees it wouldn't be news at all.
    They provide medical, dental, and vision coverage and even maternity leave. Try again.
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    Re: Protesters clash over Confederate flag outside Phoenix Walmart

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    Ever been to Prescott, Flagstaff, or the north rim?
    Yes Sir! I rode 'Doug', my mule, down to Phantom Ranch and back up to the rim in 1977. That was the most beautiful excursion that I've ever been on. It scared me half to death lol.

    EDIT: My post to Beefheart was more in reference to Tucson and Phoenix. Two cities that sprang up after the building of Lake Mead.
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