Kentucky, home of the Confederate flag, is an open and diverse state with a long history of fighting for and fighting for the South.
That history and the flag have been intertwined for a long time.
When I first moved here, I lived in a town that had a Confederate flag hanging in the front window of its town hall.
I was stunned when I realized I could fly the flag in front of the town hall without being arrested.
I’ve never been arrested.
Kentucky is a state that fought for its secession from the United States of America.
Kentucky was the last state in the country to secede from the Union and the state is still a Confederate stronghold.
It is also home to the Bluegrass State of Kentucky.
I think it’s very important to remember the Confederate battle flag.
We have Confederate battle flags in our homes, in our shops, in every part of our country.
The flag has been used by Confederate forces for years and has been associated with the Confederacy for a very long time, but I think we need to honor that history.
The history is that the flag was used to identify the slaveowners and the slaveholders were the people who fought for the Confederacy.
The battle flag is the symbol of that history and that symbol is still very prominent.
The second part of the statement is also very important because the United Confederate Veterans, a group of veterans of the Civil War who fought in the Civil Wars and the Reconstruction era, are very vocal.
They’re proud of that flag.
They’ve fought in many battles, they’ve won many battles for the flag.
But the United Veterans are also very vocal about that flag and the fact that it’s used in places like Lexington, Kentucky, and other parts of the country.
So we want to make sure that this flag is used in ways that are respectful of that, but also that is a part of who we are as a state and that’s something we want as a society.
I’m a Kentucky native, so I’ve had my fair share of Confederate flags flying from my house and other places throughout my life.
I don’t think it was until I moved to Kentucky that I realized that I had a flag flying from a local tavern.
And it was very important for me to realize that I wasn’t just flying it from my home, I was flying it on a public street in Lexington.
That’s when I decided to go forward with this.
I believe that I should be able to fly the battle flag in public, in public places, and in places that are not considered racist, like restaurants, bars, and bars that are open to the public.
I want to ensure that this is something that I can proudly display.
So, that was a big step for me.
I came to the United Kingdom, the first state in this country to make that move, and it’s also a state where we’ve fought for and fought for our freedom.
The United Kingdom is the first country to join the European Union and it is the second most-populous nation in the world.
We’re very proud of our history of being the last colony in the Americas.
So I think that it would be very appropriate to have a battle flag fly from a pub in England.
I have a very strong sense of the history of the flag, and I think the flag is very appropriate for that.
It’s a symbol of who the United South was in this war and the Confederate symbol is also a symbol that was used by the Confederacy during the war, so it makes a lot of sense.
I hope that this helps educate people, and hopefully it’ll encourage people to not only be civil and respectful, but to take a stand and to take pride in who they are. Thank you.