Hate Not Heritage: An interesting conversation...

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I have to at least give Hathaway credit for calling Heritage folks out for their violent rhetoric. I guess we were right after all...





Restoring the honor!




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  1. Havin' to reach your arm waaaaay back in the Wayback Machine, aren't ya?

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  2. God vindicated the United States of American in 1865. He did not vindicate the traitors.

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    1. He vindicated Communist Vietnam in 1975, too.

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    2. Yes, he did. Some people should think about that since the US had no reason to be in Vietnam in the first place.

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    3. Yep. Had no business being in the CSA, either. Your country is illegitimate, Dimmy.

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    4. Still beating that dead horse eh KKKonnie?

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    5. "He vindicated Communist Vietnam in 1975, too."

      Can't wait to share that claim with Vietnam vets turned Confederate heritage defenders. Very interesting.

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    6. Another feeble attempt at humor from The Screecher. No wonder her writing career has collapsed.

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  3. Still lying about the Civil War, KKKonnie? If you don't like living in my country, get the fuck out.

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  4. Ah, but it's my country, too, and you have no legitimate claim to telling me to get out.

    Do you kiss your mama with that filthy mouth?

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  5. If you don't want to be here in the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA get the fuck out. My mom backs me on this. She says you can get the fuck out too. The confederacy was illegal. Unilateral secession was and still is illegal. This is basic knowledge. If you disagree, you are flat out fucking wrong. You fail history.

    So yes, I do have a legitimate claim. I use facts and all you do is lie and deny.

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  6. I say your wrong, first, and second, you have no authority to say who must get out. Lots of newcomer Muslims hate it here; tell them get out, Dimmy.

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    1. More of your infamous Lie and Deny tactics as usual.

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  7. Hey, Dimmy. Should these folks get the f--K out of the country?

    The owner of a Buffalo deli is being held on $2 million bail for welfare fraud charges.

    Ahmed Alshami, 37, is charged with criminal possession of public benefit cards, misuse of food stamps and criminal use of a public benefit card for defrauding the welfare system.

    Alshami is the owner and operator of IGA Express Mart, a corner deli at 271 Ludington in the City of Buffalo.

    Outside of court on Tuesday, his daughter flipped off TV cameras while his wife said, “Are you happy now? F&*& you. F&*& America.”

    https://youtu.be/bccQhZDpWrc

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  8. Only once you leave for hating this country and the men who fought to save it from 1861 to 1865 from traitors.

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  9. Hey Jimmy why don't you try telling me to get out of this country.

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  10. I'm here, I'm not leaving, Dimmy, because the South is in this country, and I'm not leaving the South. Distressed? lOL!

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    1. The South is in the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. It is part of it and will remain part of it. If you think the US is illegitimate, then you have no business staying here. Get out. Some traitors thought they would commit treason in 1861. They lost. They were wrong. The southern states are going to stay in the US. That's all there is to it. If you dislike it, leave.

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  11. Hey Jessie, you can stay all you want, but don't say the government is illegitimate like KKKonnie did. She might as well be Jane Fonda with her attitude.

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  12. What's the payoff, Jesse? Are you going to oblige?

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    1. Not hardly I am not going anywhere. And the Confederates had a right to leave the Union just like any people any where who believes their government is oppressive to them have a right to form their own country. The union used force of arms to force their will on the people of the South, but might doesn't always make right. And I could take your question more seriously if I knew who you are. Its funny to me y'all preach tolerance except when it comes to someone disagreeing with you then the first thing out of your mouth is racist...............it really gets old.

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    2. Yeah, trot the old justification for treason crap out there again. What right did the traitors have? None. What did the secede over? SLAVERY. Do not even use another word to justify secession because you can't do it using primary sources. All you can do is lie.

      How did the US threaten slavery in 1860? It didn't. The argument was over the expansion of slavery into the western territories. When the popular sovereignty issue turned against the slave owners, they sought to use the federal government to force slavery into the west. When the slave owners lost control of the federal government they panicked because they knew they could no longer use the power of the federal government to force people to accept slavery. So when you say the government was oppressive, you are ignoring historical facts and being hypocritical.

      The issue of secession was settled in 1865. The traitors had no right to take their states out of the Union without the consent of the federal government. That is just as true today. Funny how you say might makes right. The CSA sure tried to use that might to make their version of right in many places against many people who refused to recognize the illegitimate Confederate government that was engaging in an illegal rebellion against the lawful government of the United States of America.

      This is basic history derived from facts. You may disagree, but then if you do, you are ignoring the facts and choosing to believe in a lie.

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    3. Then show us. Show the world you have a right to leave. Shrug off this illegitimate government.

      Trying to rebel isn't what gets you called racist. That just warrants a "wrong".

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