Walt, we have had many discussions on these issues. I can never change your way of thinking and you can never change mine. This is an issue that we will have to just agree to disagree about, there are many other issues that we probably agree with each other 100%. I am proud to have the portraits of Robert E. Lee and Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson hanging in my office at home.
posted on 05/13/2003 6:29:55 AM PDT
Walt, we have had many discussions on these issues. I can never change your way of thinking and you can never change mine.
I'm not trying to change your way of thinking.
As long as you don't post the complete claptrap nonsense/nazi-like propaganda that makes up the bulk of "southern heritage", you probably won't hear from me.
posted on 05/13/2003 6:35:14 AM PDT
(Be copy now to men of grosser blood and teach them how to war!)
After the war, during a church service at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Richmond, a black man came to the rail to receive Holy Communion. No one else would come forward to join him in communion save one, Robert E. Lee.
posted on 05/13/2003 6:38:16 AM PDT
(...but two Wrights made an airplane)
This is an issue that we will have to just agree to disagree about, there are many other issues that we probably agree with each other 100%
That's probably less likely than you may think. Walt is an avowed liberal Democrat who voted for Bill Clinton and Al Gore. I've seen him publicly blame George Bush for 9/11. More recently I encountered him on a thread where he called George W. Bush a "retard," among other things.
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