They're sooooo affronted when Southern heritage folks get history "wrong" (i.e., when they have a different view of it than the floggers do). But does that apply to everyone? Nope.
With no legal authority, a judge in Virginia thwarts the vote of the people and overturns the voters' ban on homosexual marriage. A citizen and resident of Virginia makes a short post about it on her Facebook page.
In the comments following the post, Billy Bearden makes an extremely inappropriate sarcastic remark about the judge. Although people who know Billy know he didn't mean it -- that it was an expression of anger over illegal and very dangerous judicial action -- it was nevertheless inappropriate, and it was removed by the OP as soon as she saw it.
Before she did that, Brooks D. Simpson, who constantly trolls the Internet looking for anything he can use to besmirch heritage folks , whom he hates, puts a screenshot of the thread on his filthy blog. (I wonder if he even has a life outside cyberspace, or any interests beyond spreading hate for heritage folks.)
Did he happen to acknowledge that this sort of judicial activism that legislates in violation of the law and the separation of powers, is a grave danger to the existence of the republic? No. Brooks D. Simpson and his peanut gallery floggerettes didn't mention that at all. Presumably, they don't care about the future existence of the United States.
And did this sick stickler for "correct history" happen to mention that this FLIPPIN' FEDERAL JUDGE claimed that the phrase, "all men are created equal" IS IN THE US CONSTITUTION? Why no, he didn't call the judge on either her dangerous judicial activism OR her ludicrous and pathetic history error. Why ?
'Cause she be black.
Update 2/17/14 -- Hat tip to Brooks Simpson for pointing out my typo, now corrected.