Glad we got that straight.
In a segment on MSNBC's Morning Joe, Haley Barbour (looking disturbingly like he'd swung by a mortician's office on his way to the broadcast) opined—in the dulcet tones of that version of his accent that he uses for national TV—that he's not particularly offended by the Mississippi flag ("or the Confederate flag for that matter"), but he'll be happy to let "the people" decide.
He also pitched his apology to the freedom riders and the civil rights museum that "we're" building as evidence of the progress under his administration.
Also... is it me, or is it super interesting that they all just call him "Haley."
I almost wonder if he pitched this segment while they were all sitting around his bar last night.
After that exchange, stick around for a little whitewashing of his "leadership" after Katrina and a pitch of his new book.
Lord have mercy.