You've made your handle in reference to a Confederate leader who killed hundreds of people, and you see nothing wrong with that. But you're outraged that Kansas uses a Jayhawk as a symbol since the "Jayhawks" killed a bunch of people too.
"On his most infamous day, 21 August 1863, Quantrill and his men attacked Lawrence, Kansas -- headquarters for the state's abolitionist Jayhawks. Appearing in the early morning hours, Quantrill and his men looted the town's banks and businesses, lit aflame the homes of suspected Union sympathizers, and left about 180 locals dead. A survivor, Rev. H.D. Fisher, described the carnage: "With demoniac yells the scoundrels flew hither and yon, wherever a man was to be seen, shooting him down like a dog. Men were called from their beds and murdered before the eyes of wives and children on their doorsteps. Tears, entreaties, prayers availed nothing. The fiends of hell were among us and under the demands of their revengeful black leader they satiated their thirst for blood with fiendish delight."