We celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, but for some people the war isn't over. Just down the street from me, where I live in NEW JERSEY, north of the Mason-Dixon line, is this heartwarming display. There's something about a Confederate flag that say's home, don't you think?
As if that circa 1980's aqua and mauve chair wasn't enough, they have to hang the "Southern Cross" on their door.
According to the Supreme Court, "our country has changed"
Maybe Justice Roberts would like to come to the Jersey Shore and witness the
The Supreme Court seems to be unaware of what even I am aware of, that the former GOP chairman in Florida purposely tried to "suppress the black vote. " True story, not kidding, in 2012.
While Paula Deen thinks "Plantation style" weddings are nostalgic and festive and people like to reminisce about "the good old days" when you could own a human being, sell a human being and lynch a human being, she obviously have no sense of reality, neither does the Supreme Court. In their world racism doesn't exist. In the real world a picture says a thousand words. I can think of one word the people down the street from me probably use on a daily basis.
Sorry assholes, the south is NOT going to rise again. I hope you enjoy the $100 fine you receive for your racist confederate bullshit.