Quote of the Week: July 13-19, 2014

Take a deep breath and read this:

But each “defeat” re: Confederate heritage, brings the reality about the left’s war on Southern culture and heritage to the attention of ever more people. Those big flags flying proudly beside highways across Dixie, without bringing war, pestilence, the renewal of slavery, and all sorts of horrors in the gloom and doom predictions of critics, awakens more Southerners to their heritage, to how much of it has been lost, and why it needs to be preserved and restored.

I’m sure some people actually believe this. I’m sure this is precisely what comes to mind when someone sees one of those flags (that is, if they indeed can see it). At least I’m sure some people think so.

A close second can be found here:

The Confederacy never lost it was a surrender, that is’nt a loss.

I await someone complaining that I’m twisting the words I simply post here.

5 thoughts on “Quote of the Week: July 13-19, 2014

  1. Brad July 19, 2014 / 6:38 am

    The sheer stupidity of these people never seem to amaze me. A surrender is not a loss? That is just too funny for words.

  2. neukomment July 19, 2014 / 9:18 am

    By that logic Germany and Japan didn’t “lose” WW-2…?

    “….awakens more Southerners to their heritage,”

    Does that include “Southerners” of African descent whose ancestors felt the whip’s lash on their back, the break up of their families, and were denied the opportunity to learn how to read and write, and etc etc etc? What “heritage” does that flag help Southerners of African ancestry remember? And I suppose the men of east Tennessee and other places in the confederate states who enlisted in Union regiments and fought against that flag are somehow not “Southern”? My O My! Why bless your little heart! (sic) #duh

  3. Sandi Saunders July 19, 2014 / 11:13 am

    I am a liberal and I am proud of my Southern heritage but that does not and has never included secesh fools still fighting a lost cause.

  4. Bob Huddleston July 19, 2014 / 8:12 pm

    As a Denver Bronco fan, I am delighted that the Broncos did not lose the Super Bowl…

  5. Buck Buchanan July 21, 2014 / 6:06 am

    What about al of those Southerners who DID NOT fight for the Confederacy but stayed loyal to the Union, some even serving in Union Army regiments?

    Is that not also part of the Southron Heritage of what they speak?

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