Several months ago Crossroads reported on violent threats against schoolchildren made by southern nationalist Pat Hines, who in the past has won the approval of people such as Mike Lamb. I note that not a single southern nationalist has taken exception here to his comments. Now comes word that Josephine Bass, a.k.a “Josephine Southern,” has offered the following comment on Corey Meyer’s blog:
Bless Your Heart, I do think you are lucky that no one has shot you in the face or gone to your kids school and shot up the place.
What is wrong with these people? Is this the way advocates of Confederate heritage and southern separatism intend to go about their business?
There’s been a lot a talk about the face of evil lately. There’s also been a lot of talk about mental health and social responsibility. There’s also been a lot of talk about how schools should be safe from violence.
Yet this is what we hear from certain folks in the name of Confederate heritage and southern separatism.
Sometimes, people, confrontation is not only the right thing to do, it’s something that we all must do.
P.S.: Ms. Bass says that in making these statements she’s acting as a defender of southern honor. Really?