A. K. A. Loose Canon
I guess that would make the Constitution the "Articles of the Confederacy"? Why, it's almost as if Mathews sees his the notion of a Free Republic as treason against his guy Obamakles. Why ever would he have that idea?
This eight-winger seems to have handed tingles his ass. That must be satisfying, but it's not difficult. Incidentally, Robert E Lee was a noble man and didn't care about race or the South, particularly. He was serving in the Virginia militia and so ended up with the rebs.Also, he was a better human being than Grant or Sherman.
Ah, but he messed up at Gettysburg. Why did he send up Pickett on his ill-fated charge?
Not so, Rot. He was serving in the US Army, and was offered leadership of the Union forces by Lincoln. He deliberately embraced the Confederacy, and in doing so all it stood for. Grant was a better man, a better soldier, a better human being.Grant was bitterly honest in facing his flaws and his falling short of his expectations for himself. A solid tactician, a brilliant strategist. A patriot to the Free Republic.Lee reveled in self deceit and excuse mongering as to his actions and aims. He was a brilliant tactician, a mediocre strategist, and a traitor to a Free Republic. Lee was a Versaillean who loved the gaiety of the culture of the Southern aristocracy, from which he came, to the very death......Fuck him.
AA's Massachusetts mind makes itself evident like an overalls-clad Jamaica Plain lesbian of the Free Republic.That the South is not yet overrun with those people and their male counterparts is proof that it is superior as a culture to the Yankee one.Grant was no brilliant anything. All he managed to do is beat an opponent with 1/9 the gross domestic product of his own side's.Perhaps you've seen the old factories in Lowell, Massachusetts and closeby Athens-like towns. There was no corresponding production machinery in the South and so that part of America didn't take off as an economic power like the North. Robert E Lee could not have fixed that, and U S Grant was no good at anything other than consuming Bourbon whiskey.
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