I don't fly a Confederate flag, I fly the American flag and I wouldn't want one on my property, but I'll always loved it, because of my southern identity. It isn't really a true Confederate flag, but became one and notice I capitalize it out of respect. It's became a negative symbol by the history of heartlessness that caused people to reject it, because it's an easy symbol to reject. It's an identity for a few people, just all, not that important to me so when it offends others, I reject it, too. I'm a Christian, so why hurt others? There is nothing wrong with having manners and changing your ways, is there? Damn, grow the hell up.At a societal level, the confederate flag is effectively banned now. One can expect to be shunned and labeled a racist should they dare to display it in public.
That is a fairly recent development (last decade?) and was declared by a select group of the self righteous.