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To: Regulator

Excellent post. The Regulators began the Revolutionary War, at the Battle of Alamance in 1771 years before the Declaration of Independence— this is true despite some historians trying to say it did not spark the later anti brit revolt (they are of course wrong if one understands that these were the rugged Scotch Irish and independence loving former brits, who fought indian-style presaging the later success in routing Cornwallis— and who were fighting being forced to support the king’s agents as they lined their pockets). Yes, they lost to Tryon’s colonial/militia/ brit army.... but that is where it began— not a damn tea party. Both instances had to do with taxation and freedom. The elimination of our culture and independence from tryannical government (requiring we give illegals citizenship and they have to do not a thing to get it)is central to this issue. Freedom being the most central to both times.

Quick question-— where do the 17K “latinos” WORK in Alamance county-— or do they even work there? Somebody in NC encouraged them to come. I recall a couple of business trips to Raleigh where I was shocked, being shown the mexican consulate office in the early am with a huge crowd of “latinos” waiting to get papers NC encouraged them to get so they could work there. Who was responsible for that?
My friend is from there and also told me that up in Durham the city actually accepts matriculos cards from the illegals as id and will let them drive with them!!! Yikes.


15 posted on 11/24/2012 3:58:24 PM PST by John S Mosby (Sic Semper Tyrannis)
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To: John S Mosby
Somebody in NC encouraged them to come. I recall a couple of business trips to Raleigh where I was shocked, being shown the mexican consulate office

I don't know, but there's a word for them, and it starts with a capitol "T".

We all know what's done with those guys.

17 posted on 11/25/2012 12:56:21 PM PST by Regulator
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To: John S Mosby
PS. The Hanging Tree is an Oak in Wilkes County where the Tory William Thomas Riddle was hung for a variety of reasons, like pillaging Patriot homes, being a Tory murderer, etc.

The usual stuff.

See the tree:

It can be used again for the result of trials involving Traitors.

18 posted on 11/25/2012 1:02:43 PM PST by Regulator
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