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  1. Yes, such a beautiful sight’, as Mr,. Weaver said. A sight which, lamentably, in North Carolina, can only be seen on ghostly rural roads.

    Thank you for the picture, Sir.

  2. Around two thousand new Confederate memorials have been erected here in Texas. A large memorial with battle flags from all the Southern states is planned for somewhere in East Texas, which I forget where. I’m starting to see subtle backlash against Yankees and Anti-Southernism. My wife believes that the new KFC commercials with the Colonel are a subtle way of reclaiming a white clientele and disassociating the enterprise from negroes. I’ve also noticed an upswing in expressions
    Of pride in Texas and Texan culture. I see a lot of First National and Lone Star Flags around here lately. As well as TNM Seceede stickers. A local restaurant proudly proclaims its Southerness and the Southern food it serves.

  3. As Limbaugh noted last week, he like 99% of conservatives thought they could reason with the Left and spew enough logic that one day the Left would see their errors, took years before he realized the left likes what it is and that is unassailable.

    The Rainbow cons are merely dim witted fem types who thought they could change the left like a delusional woman who thinks she can change her rogue male.

    In practical terms I’ll keep this short, there must be a market for small Confederate flag stickers which can than be placed anywhere that will provoke an over reaction by the Left, and over reaction by the Left should be highly valuable.

  4. @Robroy…

    ‘In practical terms I’ll keep this short, there must be a market for small Confederate flag stickers which can than be placed anywhere that will provoke an over reaction by the Left, and over reaction by the Left should be highly valuable.’

    Yes, Sir : provoking overreactions is a fine idea.

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