Kiss my ruddy, red rectum and go back whence you came.
Seven states - including Alabama – have designated April as Confederate History Month. And that, at least according to Jeff Schweitzer, a scientist and former White House senior policy analyst, is an "embarrassing abomination" that should end.
Writing for Huffington Post, Schweitzer, a Ph.D. in marine biology/neurophysiology, said the designation of April as a month to remember the Confederacy is a "misguided paean to a troubling past."
"Southerners today seem incapable of understanding that the South started and then lost a war that nearly destroyed the United States. The South lost decisively. The rebel cause was unjust, immoral and treasonous. The economic justification was unseemly; the actions were treasonous. There is no part of the Confederate cause of which to be proud.
There is no moral high ground here," he wrote.
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