TELLS Southern Miss what it SHOULD do.
He's secondguessing the President of Southern Miss, Rodney Bennett, suggesting that Bennett doesn't want to get specific about what makes the current state flag "objectionable" (race, race, race, race, race, race, of course) on account of 'cause he's African American.
(And yes, I put that term in quote marks because I don't believe the state flag of Mississippi is at all objectionable.)
So then Leo from Mississippi, who has lobbed quite a bit of criticism at me from Simpson's XRoads hate blog, snarls at Levin for criticizing Bennett:
"Your criticism of the USM president is unwarranted. He took action and it is well received by those of us here working to heal our state and for a new flag."Levin replies:
"It’s not really a criticism as much as it is a question of why a more explicit statement was not issued. I agree with the decision, but I also believe that it is important to be transparent given that this was the work of one individual and not a response to a more widespread campus vote."Leo responds,
"It sure reads like a criticism to me. He took a stand and that’s enough for the people on the ground here in Mississippi engaged in this issue. If anyone here deserves to be called out, it is Governor Bryant."And then we have this snappy comeback from Levin:
"Since when do you speak for all Mississippians?"
I have an idea. Why don't you mind your own freakin' business, Levin?