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  • Nothing, as far as I know. That falls under "freedom of speech" (freedom of expression) laws. Now: if you were to fly it on a government property, then it would be taken down.
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  • One would think it is protected under the first amendment's "freedom of speech" provision. Burning the US flag is protected under the 1st amendment, but try burning the LGBTQ rainbow flag and claim it's a "first amendment" right and see how far you get. I believe your local government would prohibit it simply because it doesn't conform with the politically correct agenda.
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  • Which flag do you prefer to fly, the Confederate States flag or the Confederate Battle flag? I doubt many would even recognize the Confederate States flag.
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    • 1465
      Logic dictates that he had the battle flag in mind since that's the design most commonly associated with the Confederacy.
  • Kill you, probably. The U.S. Marine Corps decided recently to ban public displays of the Confederate battle flag.
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  • They might just whistle Dixie.
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