Letter: No excuses for Confederate stickers



The June 18 letter from Marvin B. Scott of Fishers made some good points. I am not African American, but I agree with his request to Shell Corp. in opposition to the selling of Confederate flag stickers at the station near the Saxony Shopping Center in Noblesville. My Irish immigrant ancestors fought on the side of the Union, the United States of America and its Constitution against the Confederate States of America. The Confederate flag was that of traitors who tore apart our nation because they were afraid they might have their right to own and often abuse other human beings interfered with! No person in Indiana, which fought on the side of democracy, should be selling flag stickers of treason! I lived in the South and I liked it and the people there, both black and white but Shell, no excuses for this.

Mike Boland, Fishers


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