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This post suggests that the reason to not take down confederate statues is, “The more critical issue at stake is the loss of a common purpose and the binding heritage that Americans of previous generations forged and shared.”


I ask anyone that believes this post to be right on point this question, based on this notion of “common purpose:”  I can respect your purpose of wanting to let these confederate artifacts remain, now, can you respect my purpose of wanting them removed?  If you can respect me and my ideas, even if they are different than yours, then we have a common purpose.  If you cannot respect Liberals simply because they believe in Liberal ideas (of course you define what Liberal ideas are), then we do not share common purpose.

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