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Friday, June 3, 2022

Rubbing It In

 


Friends, the U.S. military is expanding its purge of Confederate memorials and symbolism, as part of its campaign to promote "diversity", which of course means giving the middle finger to a major geographical region of these United States.  High on the list of targets, not surprisingly, is Robert E.Lee, and you know how I feel about the Old Man...


https://www.newsmax.com/newsfront/confederate-statues-west-point-george-floyd-robert-e-lee/2022/06/03/id/1072904/

 

In other news, the Department of Justice has chosen to pursue formal charges against Peter Navarro, for the unforgivable crime of refusing to testify before Nancy Pelosi's January 6th star chamber.  As this article makes plain, it's one thing to enforce Congressional subpoenas.  It's another thing to do so selectively and with obvious partisan/ideological bias.  For shame!


https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2022/06/03/fbi-arrests-peter-navarro-one-day-after-he-vows-to-impeach-biden/

9 comments:

  1. The solution to this is to replace the Robert E. Lee portrait with a portrait of George Floyd Lee (a distant relative of Robert E. Lee), who served in the Union Army. He is unknown to most Americans, but he fought in all the major Civil War battles, rising to the rank of Lt. Colonel. However, he was discharged, and faded into obscurity, after having one testicle shot off by a Confederate sniper during the Northern advance on Columbia, South Carolina. He died in 1903 in New Orleans after a heart attack in a whore house, and is buried in his home state of North Carolina. George Floyd, the Minneapolis martyr was named in his honor.

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  2. I'm willing to bet that the majority of the American people could care less about Peter Navarro, or Nancy Pelosi, or any other fights between a bunch of egotistical, asshole politicians of either party. What they (the majority of Americans), do care about, is how they are going to make the mortgage payments, buy groceries, fill up the gas tanks, etc. You know, those kind of mundane things that the asshole elites who run our country now don't have to worry about, as they drive around in their gas guzzling luxury SUVs, or get on their private jets to go here and there for some silly shit. If these people think there was an insurrection, what are they going to do when they have to deal with a real insurrection? God damn all of these people, Republicans and Democrats, for what they are doing to this country right now! And it is their country too.

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  3. Dr. Waddy from Jack: Why how nice of the pc police to grant the portraits of Lee as West Point Sup't and in Union uniform temporary reprieves! Even theycannot deny the truth that Lee gave the US years of selfless service. Ehh he WAS offered command of the Army. What about cadets from the South? Is any one sensitive to their heritage ?Southerners are among the most partriotic of Americans and the miltary is a heavily Southern culture.I figured it was only a matter of time before the Confederate names of some bases would be purged.Confederates were American soldiers most ofwhom fought withhonor

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  4. Dr.Waddy from Jack: . . .with honor to defend their homeland. Understandably many Southerners cherish the memory of their devotion. Oh I guess, being human, they just can't help theirselves! But then ,they don't count in pc world. Funny isn't it (not!) that Southerners are the only group, into which which you can be born, which can be freely castigated in this oh so sensitive,correct and selectively intolerant country!

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  5. Dr.Waddy from Jack: The Southern cause was consummately condemned by its defense of slavery and it was well paid for that by bloody and humiliating defeat, occupation and economic ruin (and further Federal force in the '50sand 60s). Enough already! The Highlands rebelled against the British crown in 1715 and 1745. They were beaten, massacred and deprived of their culture!Yet today the Scottish cross of St.Andrew persists in the Union Jack andHighland garb , traditions and faithful service grace the British military and the highest of British ceremony!

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  6. Dr.Waddy from Jack: Pelosi's vindictive and baldly partisan Jan.6 committee dem majority knows its days of sway are but numberefay ie but

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  7. Dr.Waddy from Jack: . . . are but numbered and.aredetermined to leave a "scorched earth" mess( even unto childishly disabled records and disabled physical assets ala the 1991 clinton cadre) of its frantic determination to hold off a Trump nation they know knows them!

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  8. Ray, George Floyd Lee has earned our respect. Any man who can face life's slings and arrows with only one testicle is a true "hombre", as Jack would say.

    Dam straight, Raymundo: the insurrection fairy tale can't hold a candle to Americans' practical, everyday concerns. I fully expect the voters to punish Democrats in November, but you're right that both parties are fundamentally corrupt and self-interested.

    Jack, I agree that the South has every right to honor its heroes, and that America, if it was wise and broad-minded, would claim some of those heroes as its own. It costs us little to do so. After all, one doesn't have to love slavery to admire Lee. I think we proved that a long time ago.

    Whether the Dems truly believe they can change the dynamics of the midterms with "revelations" about January 6th, I'm not sure. They have to be reading the polls which suggest, and always have suggested, otherwise. Maybe hope springs eternal? Maybe they believe that putting Trump's "treason" on the record is its own reward? I dunno. You can't discount the possibility that these people are so detached from reality that they think a Congressional hearing can make the Trump monster go away. Good luck to them!

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  9. Dr.Waddy from Jack: Your misgivings are plausible! But let us support Trump and his fundamental adherence to our values despite some of his tactical mistakes!

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