That's so wrong. Hope he gets bit by a snake.
We had an official complain about the city using the Battle Flag in our official display years ago. The council had a committee, most of them historians and professors, and they studied the use of that flag here and concluded that is was indeed not here. Duh!!! They even went over old photo's to look for it. So they switched to the Second National. The Battle Flag is still on the pole at the Civic Center and as far as I know there's been no complaint. One person griped about the flag on the grave of Stephen R. Mallory and was told in no uncertain terms that the flag on his grave was the Naval Flag of the CSA and proper since he was the Sec. of the Navy for the CSA. Using historical context went a long way to hush the opposition. Maybe this could be done for these graves if enough people will stick to their guns.