Thursday, May 11, 2017

The Confederacy Under Attack-- Part 449: (n)ew (o)rleans Disgraces Itself: The Shame of a City

Mark May 10-11 as a sad time in U.S. history.

I was very sad to learn today that last night, under the cover of night and in secrecy, the city of (n)ew (o)rleans took down the Jefferson Davis monument that had been standing since 1911.

It was done in early-morning darkness, the preferred time for criminals and ne'er-do-wells.  Which is exactly my opinion of the city now.

This occurred just over 155 years after the city fell to Union forces during the Civil War.  A second fall.

Now, (n)ew (o)rleans joins its sister city, (l)ouisville in Shame.

It Hurt Me to the Quick.  But My Feelings Are of No Concern.  Just One Group's Feelings Matter.  --Old Secesh

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