Sunday, April 30, 2006

Fascinating Comparison

One of Digby's correspondents wonders why the new Spanish-language national anthem is so offensive to our right-wingers . . . the same right-wingers who would defend to the death the "heritage" represented by the Confederate flag.

One of these symbols is a tribute to the powerful appeal of American values for the peoples around the world, while the other represents an historic effort to destroy the nation through violence. Isn't it interesting which one the conservatives choose to defend?

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