Sprout
Again, and again, and again.
Wed Sep 27, 2017 1:02pm
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In spite of the explanations, those who oppose claim that ANY application of the confederate battle flag is offensive. They have a right to that opinion

He changed his display in a manner that HE feels is nonoffensive. That does not mean that the observers feel that it is nonoffensive.

AGAIN, who makes the determination. It appears you are expecting the confederate flag carriers, post explanation, to simply acknowledge that their display is still offensive... Yet, you appear to be expecting the OBSERVERS to simply accept that Kapernick's display can no longer be considered offensive.

Again, who makes the determination. Does Kapernick get to determine that his shifting from sitting to kneeling means it CANNOT be considered offensive by anybody? Or does the observer retain the ability to call it offensive?

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    • Again, and again, and again. — Sprout, Wed Sep 27 1:02pm
      • Answered and answered and answeredJeeves, Wed Sep 27 1:14pm
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