Connie Chastain Tries To Sell A Book Idea

Even I was a bit taken aback to read this declaration on a sidebar at Connie Chastain’s blog Backsass (a.k.a. the longest love letter ever written):

Connie is sick

Oh, my.

At first, this made absolutely no sense, except to exhibit just how sick and strange Connie Chastain is. After all, who else would think these sorts of things, and who else would display such bizarre logic?

Then I remembered who was really interested in this story line all along:

Connie CoverThat’s right … Connie Chastain (who recently decided to remove these posts from Backsass to place on her other blog, 180 Degrees True South).

Here’s what she said when she announced the book concept:

Connie Cover Book

That’s right … she thinks writing about attempts to commit violent acts on Confederate heritage advocates would be “fuh-huh-hunnnn to write.”

You can read more about Connie’s fantasies of violence here, here, here, and here.

In short, the only person who contemplates seeing physical harm done to Confederate heritage advocates is someone who hopes to make money off writing about that idea.

Wonder what she’ll do to realize that goal?

15 thoughts on “Connie Chastain Tries To Sell A Book Idea

  1. Thelibertylamp April 18, 2014 / 7:54 am

    Connie is twisted, which proves the kind of crazy who is attracted to this neo-confed movement.

    She is now picking on a young VCU grad student, I think mostly because educated young women are threatening to Connie.

    I advised the young woman to just ignore her, as Connie’s posts are begs for attention and hopes that people will come by and post in her comment section.

    I also explained that Connie is in her mid 60’s and lonely, outside her trashy book covers and fantasies of young “sweet Southern boys”, all she really has is her hate and derangement.

    • Brooks D. Simpson April 18, 2014 / 1:01 pm

      You say, “all she really has is her hate and derangement.” But you must admit she makes what she can of that.

      • Thelibertylamp April 18, 2014 / 3:13 pm

        Yep, Brooks, she does hate and derangement better than most people I know. And doing what I do I see A LOT of hate and derangement.

        We have had our eyes on Glenn Miller for years, he did hate and derangement pretty well, as did the Nazi Bill White.

        Connie does a good job of it as well…

  2. Christopher Shelley April 18, 2014 / 9:10 am

    Wow. This is classic right-out-of-the-Psych 101 textbook “projection.” But since her idea mirrors all those hate crimes perpetrated by anti-racists…oh wait, there are none.

  3. Goad Gatsby April 18, 2014 / 9:16 am

    I think about the quote from Wanda Sykes, “What you’re afraid of is Karma.” She still doesn’t believe that someone damaged my amp even though her buddies were there to see it but comes up with the fantasy idea that Neo-Confederates are the one under attack.

    • Brooks D. Simpson April 18, 2014 / 1:03 pm

      Let’s put it this way: why would her fellow Flaggers support an action she claims did not take place? How does she know? Is she calling them liars, too?

  4. Schroeder April 18, 2014 / 9:22 am

    “Quickies”? I suppose that’s Chastpain’s version of women who “cry rape too often” for her liking. It’s no surprise that Chastpain would use violence as a bandaid in her warped virtual world of ghosts still fighting the Civil War – she’s really showing what a twisted old fart she really is – and to pick on a student at VCU too??? Really Constance… cannot you create a more peaceful life for yourself? I know that your bouffant is ruffled by truth – use some more hairspray to hold your helmut in place and carry on – you’re providing some great laughs.

  5. pam April 18, 2014 / 12:54 pm

    This southern heritage includes a whole lot of rape and abuse. I am an Åfrican American. Although raised in NY, my roots are south, Marlboro county SC. After doing a Dna test, I find that I am 3rd and 4th cousins to the county and many many of my ancestors fought for the Çonfederacy. I don’t think this is a proud heritage. Why don’t we talk about that?

    • Brooks D. Simpson April 18, 2014 / 12:59 pm

      We can. What do you think about it?

      BTW, “Austin” (Connie’s de facto sock puppet) will be angry to know that African Americans read and comment on this blog (as they have before).

      • khepera420 April 24, 2014 / 10:35 am

        hehehe. . .they most certainly do.😉

        Does he/she think that they do not? I’m confused.

  6. Rob Baker April 18, 2014 / 2:29 pm

    What do you expect? She’s a bitter old woman. She is a class act projectionists who denigrates those she wrongly believes denigrate her.

  7. jfepperson April 18, 2014 / 6:42 pm

    There’s a village in the Florida Panhandle that is missing its idiot …

  8. John Foskett April 19, 2014 / 9:05 am

    Apparently this blogsite is single-handedly preventing her from churning out her next literary gem. Understandably, not enough hours in the day….

    • Brooks D. Simpson April 19, 2014 / 9:40 am

      Well, that tells us that she can write … and that she doesn’t write well.

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