Confederate flag ban demand: Ted Cruz, Mike Huckabee oppose the ban

Confederate flag ban demand: Ted Cruz, Mike Huckabee oppose the ban

Confederate flag ban demand: Ted Cruz, Mike Huckabee oppose the ban

Slaves and their exploitation across the United States have been described in great details. Many people say this is something that we should be ashamed of. But the way many signs of slaves and their exploitation have been allowed in the country makes us believe that many don’t feel ashamed at all.

Confederate flag is one sign that is still used across the US. The Confederate flag is actually a symbol of white supremacists and the exploitation of Black slaves who were brought in their millions across Americans. It was less than 150 years ago when slavery was banished from the US. Nonetheless it took another hundred years before these people were given a semblance of rights in the United States.

Following the macabre killing of nine worshippers in a prominent church in South Carolina, the issue has started haunting the US once again. While many Democrat leaders have said that the Confederate flag must be banned in the US now, there are many leaders from Republican Party who claim that there was no need to take this extreme step.south carolina Confederate-flag

There are many Republican leaders including Presidential candidates who claim that no action should be taken against the Confederate flag right now.

One of the many GOP leaders who have not supported ban on the confederate flag is Mike Huckabee. He says that he doesn’t think the flag is a big deal at all. On “Meet the Press” he said that presidential candidates shouldn’t have to “weigh in on every little issue in all 50 states…It’s not an issue for someone running for president…Everyone’s being baited with this question as if it has anything to do whatsoever with running for president.”

He later criticized people who demand a ban on the flag saying “I don’t think the president of the United States need to be picking the symbols that fly on state capitol grounds…I didn’t punt, I didn’t squirm, I didn’t vacillate on it…I keep hearing people saying we need more conversations about race…Actually we don’t need more conversations. What we need is conversions because the reconciliations that changes people is not a racial reconciliation, it’s a spiritual reconciliation when people are reconciled to God.”

He is not the only one who doesn’t seem to mind the continuance of the Confederate flag despite opposition. Ted Cruz, Texas Senator says “I understand the passions that this debate evokes on both sides…Both those who see a history of racial oppression and a history of slavery, which is the original sin of our nation. And we fought a bloody civil war to expunge that sin. But I also understand those who want to remember the sacrifices of their ancestors and the traditions of their states — not the racial oppression, but the historical traditions. And I think often this issue is used as a wedge to try to divide people.”

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