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Why I Oppose Abortion: My Story
by John F. Spurlock

I'm going to break Rule One of Journalism,
I'm going to make the story about me.
I'm going to make the story... Personal.
I Promise:
As long a someone
is trying to take away
our right to fly the
Confederate
Battle Flag
,
I WILL KEEP
THIS ONE
FLYING ONLINE
Just To Piss
Them Off !
Robert E. Lee

Commander of the Army
of Northern Virginia

Lee was a top graduate of the United States
Military Academy at West Point and
served in the United States Army for 32 years.
He distinguished himself during the
Mexican–American War, and served as
Superintendent of the United States Military Academy.
Stonewall Jackson

Brigadier General
Confederates State Army

Jackson attended the United States Military
Academy at West Point, served in the U.S.
Army during the Mexican–American War of
1846–1848 and distinguished himself at
Chapultepec (1847).
From 1851 to 1863 he taught at the
Virginia Military Institute.
Military historians regard Jackson as
one of the most gifted tactical commanders in
U.S. history. His tactics are studied even today
Stand Waite

Chief Stand Watie:
Leader of the Cherokee Nation, and  
Brigadier General Confederate States Army
during the American Civil War.

Watie led his Cherokee troops in the Second
Battle of Cabin Creek, in 1864. The raid
captured a Federal wagon train and
netted approximately $1 million
worth of wagons, mules, commissary
supplies, and other needed items.
Jefferson Davis

President of the Confederate States
of America - 1861 to 1865

Davis served in the U.S. House of
Representatives and the Senate,
and also served with distinction in
the U.S.-Mexican War.
Davis argued against secession in 1858,
but he believed that states had an
unquestionable right to leave the Union.
President Davis was captured in 1865,
he was accused of treason and imprisoned
He was never tried and
was released after two years.
They're trying to tear down all the statues
of Confederate Heroes to deny History.
As long as they do, I will display the
Portraits of Confederate Heroes Right Here...

Just to Piss Them Off !
Toby
Keith
The Angy
American
Courtesy of
the Red, White
and Blue