Bourbon, REL IV & Hell Week
Kiss my ruddy, red, rectum Carpetbagger. I'm appalled that you 'teach" at RMC where I went. Just a few minutes from I-95, so take advantage of it northbound.
I have a hope for the New Year.
I turn to this hope during every battle over moving or removing a Confederate monument in Virginia, or renaming one of the many streets named after Jefferson Davis. I feel this hope every time I drive past another Virginia Flaggers demonstration, or when I see the Confederate battle flag hung on a truck or in a dorm window.
My hope leads me to this teensy request: Can we drop the Confederate nostalgia? Finally?
There’s no other way to put this: The American South has been on the wrong end of history for 200 years. It’s time to get over it.
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