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Why the multiple postings? I only pressed the POST COMMENT button once.
Why the multiple postings? I only pressed the POST COMMENT button once.
A little historical context: The British elites called them "rednecks" and "crackers" before they ever set foot in America! George Washington called them patriots! They (the Scots-Irish) comprised over 50% of his army and endured the misery at Valley Forge with incredible fortitude.
A little historical context: The British elites called them "rednecks" and "crackers" before they ever set foot in America! George Washington called them patriots! They (the Scots-Irish) comprised over 50% of his army and endured the misery at Valley Forge with incredible fortitude.
A little historical context: The British elites called them "rednecks" and "crackers" before they ever set foot in America! George Washington called them patriots! They (the Scots-Irish) comprised over 50% of his army and endured the misery at Valley Forge with incredible fortitude.
A little historical context: The British elites called them "rednecks" and "crackers" before they ever set foot in America! George Washington called them patriots! They (the Scots-Irish) comprised over 50% of his army and endured the misery at Valley Forge with incredible fortitude.
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Wimps Versus Barbarians

Patriotic Chicagolander Wrote: May 21, 2013 10:13 AM
Same methodology at an antiwar protest at UNC Chapel Hill in 1968. 65 out of state demonstrators were bused to the university and Walter Cronkite reported 5 thousand agitators with film of totally disinterested students shown walking and staring at this nonsense between classes.
The same is true of George Washington, the man who refused to be a King, remaining true to the Revolution.
And Nixon resigned rather than allowing the impeachment process to proceed, even though he probably would not have been removed from office by Senate vote. Unlike "It's all about sex" Willie, who lost his law licenses due to proven perjury, a "High Crime or misdemeanor."
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