I'm 54 y.o.. Up until a couple of years ago I always felt I would have been fighting for the Union during the Civil War. Now I am convinced I would jump borders and fight for Dixie. Hmmmm, gee whiz, I wounder what might have caused that shift in my psyche?
15 posted on Wednesday, April 07, 2010 7:44:57 AM by Lockbar
As for the lack of ass-kissing and mea culpas about slavery in the proclamation, good for the governor. There’ve been enough apologies over the last fifty years, enough freebies, enough excuses, enough breaks, enough money , enough screeches about “racism!” and enough special treatment for a bunch of losers that just becomes a waste of resources. I’m sick of it and it’s long past time that somebody takes a stand and quits sucking up to these parasites and hustlers.
18 posted on Wednesday, April 07, 2010 7:58:44 AM by chilltherats
any day the race pimps are irked is a good day.
34 posted on Wednesday, April 07, 2010 8:47:46 AM by TexasFreeper2009
Lalalala......I’m so sick and tired of these idiot blacks that continually bytch and moan about slavery (which I hate) and not having sense enough to know it’s their own DEMONRAT party that has been their slave masters for generations! Wise up you boobs and just think that about 50 short years ago, you’d still be using separate toilets and ridin’ in the back of the bus and had almost no chance of voting and look where you are now. Just be grateful that you’ve come this far with the help of the Republicans by the way, and STFU! This crap is gettin’ old.
35 posted on Wednesday, April 07, 2010 8:51:41 AM by Dawgreg
...but that's it.
Notably, The Corner's Ponnuru's not pleased. However, parties not heard from include Robert McCain and Daniel Larison, Confederate sympathizers both. There may yet be an establishment rationalization!
...Yep. David Frum probably just got reinstated by the AEI.