Tuesday, July 9, 2013

If You Don't Like The Southern Confederacy, YOU CAN KISS MY ASS

How's that title for an objective, scholarly historical analysis?

The truth is, the interpretation of history is about as objective as religion, politics, war or any teenage boy on his first trip to a cat house.

So I'm taking a leaf from the playbook of fellow Confederate descendant Hank Williams III, who has a song titled "If You Don't Like Hank Williams, You Can Kiss My Ass!"  Well said, Brother Hank.  The same holds true of the Southern Confederacy.

Today I got into yet another fight with a G-- D---- Yankee at The Other McCain blog.  Robert Stacy McCain is a prominent conservative blogger, member of the SCV, and an infamous "neo-Confederate."  Or at least, that's what leftists like to call him, as if it were an insult instead of a compliment.

The Yankee at The Other McCain began slamming the South with all the usual Yankee lies, ending his diatribe by comparing Jefferson Davis to Pol Pot, Mao and Che Guevara.  Now normally, a comment like this would (and should) be followed by a fist to the Yankee's mouth, but since he wasn't in swinging range, I just proceeded to debunk his sophomoric, self-serving version of history, following it with a long list of the crimes of super-villain Abe Lincoln, followed still by a link to the article in this blog titled "Why the Civil War Was Not About Slavery."

End of rant.

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