When Richard Geisenheyner decided to fly the confederate flag to show his "southern pride" in front of his Missouri home, people reacted by labeling and treating him as a racist. Instead of taking it down or just leaving it up and not caring, he decided to give his neighborhood the finger from another hand by putting up a very offensive sign above the flag.
"Slaves 4 Sale" the sign reads.
"If people actually believe that a Confederate flag stands for slavery, well, I might as well be just as stupid as they are," said Geisenheyner through his machine he needs to use to talk because of smoking. He said the flag is a political statement for what a "southern rebel" really is.
One neighbor said the flag does not bother them, but the sign does.
"I am going to tell you why it is offensive to me. I remember the signs on the wall that says 'white only.' I am that old. I remember the signs on the wall that says 'negros only entrance here," a neighbor said.
Giesenhyner has since taken the sign down and other neighbors told the news station they hope he thinks of better ways to "vent his frustrations" in the future.