Observations from a Confederate Heritage Advocate

I’ll leave it to you to guess the author of these statements:

Americans are stupid.

Since we’ve been told that Confederate heritage advocates and Confederate veterans are Americans, at least someone wants to tell us that they are stupid, too. Of course, you might argue that it’s stupid for a Confederate heritage advocate to tell us that Confederate heritage advocates (and indeed all southerners) as well as Confederate veterans are stupid … and I’d agree. What better way to prove the point this person is making?

But that’s not all:

Diversity is shattering the USA.

Uh huh. And yet it was white people who tried to tear it apart between 1861 and 1865 so that they could continue to own black people without threat of abolition. They wanted diversity … just not equality for all.

UPDATE: The author of the comments claims that these statements, especially the first, were taken out of context. That’s to be expected. But when someone says:

We live in a nation of dumbed down ignoramuses.

… one must conclude that the speaker also thinks “Americans are stupid.”

UPDATE TWO: The author, struggling to claim that quoting her misrepresents her, now asserts that “ignoramus” merely means ignorant (and this not stupid.)

That’s not what it says here.

I love it when people claim that they did not say what they said or that they did not mean what they said in the middle of a typical temper tantrum. I would not be so stupid as to trust that person to speak for my group or to do my “heavy hitting.”

We await the next desperate fumbling excuse offered by a person who claims that she writes for a living … but at least now we know why she self-publishes as well.

4 thoughts on “Observations from a Confederate Heritage Advocate

  1. John Foskett November 20, 2014 / 5:18 pm

    Except McClellan. I’m too busy right now for that red cape to be flashed. 🙂

  2. Jeffry Burden November 20, 2014 / 5:47 pm

    Self-awareness is not a strong suit among many of this crowd.

    • John Foskett November 24, 2014 / 1:15 pm

      Yet again, the word “considers” in reference to this particular site embraces a very “broad” definition.

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