Their being offended offends me.
Connie you should be the one who heeds this the most.
Corey, I always make sure I'm right, whether I'm offended or not.
Must be a sad life...being wrong so much of the time...LOL
I wouldn't know, Corey. I'm not wrong so much of the time, and my life isn't sad. What's really must be sad, though, is having to lie about people and evilize them in order to feel good about yourself, a la floggers...
I don't lie about the flaggers, I simply shine a light on their failure to understand the history they claim to be defending. Simple really...they provide the material all themselves...you included.
Corey, you haven't shined any light, period. I don't agree with your "interpretation" of history.
It isn't an interpretation when I show you the words of the secessions and why they say they seceded. You cannot avoid the slavery issue...you can try...but history is on my side on this one. You will just have to settle and be content with being wrong.
But you ignore the other reasons they listed for seceding. How honest is that? Can't be too surprised, though, considering your history of making fraudulent profiles in order to spyBesides, the reasons they fought were different from the reasons they seceded. Soldiers are honored (with their flag) for courageously defending their homes, families and communities from a brutal army of invasion. You want to tell people they can't honor the soldiers in that way, for that reason. You know what? Stuff it.
Connie,All the other things they mention all circle back around to the issue of slavery...whether it be a constitutional issue or an economic issue.Soldier motivation may have been for hearth and home, but in the end they are advancing the cause of their government. Remember the south's government rested on the cornerstone of slavery.When soldiers in the North disliked the Emancipation Proclamation and still fought they may be personally fighting for freeing the slaves, but the Government was.
Please add a NOT after MAY in last sentence of my last post.
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