What Did Connie Chastain Say?

Well, this:

And this:

Nothing personal, of course. After all, we’re kin.

Thanks to the person who sent me these links.


13 thoughts on “What Did Connie Chastain Say?

    • Brooks D. Simpson December 22, 2013 / 9:45 am

      I expect that we’ll hear protests and admonishments from some people …. after they view the videos. That’s why I set it up so people would have to choose to open the post to see what they claim they don’t want to see.

  1. BParks December 22, 2013 / 10:17 am

    Fantastic and best of all is that your parody and the gibberish lyrics of that song has more intelligent substance than anything Chastain has ever actually said. Ha!

  2. Clark B. Hall December 22, 2013 / 10:23 am

    I don’t know Ms Chastain but having read some of her charged rants–and viewed the above–I am humorously reminded of an observation (no doubt, sexist) offered by a Confederate cavalry officer when he deigned to conscript a Pennsylvania county map from a group of “rather rough specimens…” Refused entry into their parlor, Blackford gently pushed past “infuriated ladies,” who quite properly protested his thievery. Following the unpleasant scene, Captain Blackford concluded, “Angry women do not show to advantage, and the language and looks of these were fearful…”

    Among other contributive post-war pursuits, William Blackford became a professor of “mechanics and drawing” at what is now Virginia Tech. His outstanding memoir is of course, “War Years with Jeb Stuart.”

  3. BParks December 22, 2013 / 2:48 pm

    Connie, Mike Lamb, John Hall and Carl Rodan are the intellectual equivalent to ‘human centipede.’ Thankfully they are being exposed through the web and will receive the judgement they deserve. Their hate and racist attitudes are not welcome anywhere. Here’s to a great coming year of Chastising Chastain and company. Time to make an example out of them.

    • Brooks D. Simpson December 22, 2013 / 6:09 pm

      Actually, no. There’s enough of a record already there.

      Indeed, this is the challenge facing certain Confederate heritage groups that seek to get attention by pulling stunts and offering outrageous statements. To point this out can be useful at first, but eventually it becomes low-hanging fruit.

      Say, for example, that the Virginia Flaggers follow through on their pledge to erect more flags along main routes in Virginia. Given what happened with their initial effort, can we really say that we’ll care? I won’t. Nothing will change.

  4. Kristilyn Baldwin December 23, 2013 / 9:13 am

    I’m disturbed. I hope she doesn’t put a hit out for you. Not that Confederate fire could reach very far…

  5. BParks December 30, 2013 / 2:34 pm

    If you read the latest post and deplorable comments on her blog on the NAACP and Jim Crow you will see blatant racism at a whole new level. I am publicly making a personal pledge to help expose and exterminate the VA Flaggers and Connie Chastains racist neo-con influence and make them obsolete in 2014. It’s on you bigot b****es!

    • Lyle Smith December 30, 2013 / 10:39 pm

      What do you mean by “exterminate”?

      • BParks December 31, 2013 / 6:07 pm

        I simply mean to stop their hateful influence on the web. They are racist cockroaches.

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