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    You certainly do have a way of making the violation of an oath you take to defend your country not seem so bad.
    --You certainly do have a knack for thinking like a loyal little serf to masters. (Although, I still wonder if you would remain a loyal little serf, if your Masters were invading your home? I am thinking...probably.....)

    Sounds like you're arguing schools shouldn't be named after a guy like Robert E. Lee too.
    --Sounds like you are well-versed in missing the fucking point......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Djinn View Post
    Ultimately, Grant fought for the United States of America. So did Washington et al. I'm not aware that he ordered troops to rape and pillage; I'd have to see the evidence.

    Confederate Generals fought to tear our country apart.
    https://confederateshop.com/my-two-c...the-civil-war/

    General Ulysses S. Grant's Anti-Semitic Civil War Crime Crime Magazine

    https://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.co...nfamous-order/

    Ulysses S. Grant Launched an Illegal War Against the Plains Indians, Then Lied About It | History | Smithsonian

    But, my bad, I meant, SHERMAN.

    So here are a list of Sherman's Crimes:

    Was General Sherman a war criminal? | Atlanta Forward Blog


    So, again....why do you condemn, and wish to remove the memory of men who were protecting their homes (JUST as the Revolutionaries did, before them), while celebrating documented War Criminals, and Genocidists...????

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rorschach View Post
    --You certainly do have a knack for thinking like a loyal little serf to masters. (Although, I still wonder if you would remain a loyal little serf, if your Masters were invading your home? I am thinking...probably.....)



    --Sounds like you are well-versed in missing the fucking point......
    So, Confederates revolt and attack America first. Then when forces loyal to America, and in honor of their oath to country, move to put down the rebellion THEY are invading and the instigators are just innocently defending their homes?

    LOL... I always love reading about your blind traitor worship.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rorschach View Post
    https://confederateshop.com/my-two-c...the-civil-war/

    General Ulysses S. Grant's Anti-Semitic Civil War Crime Crime Magazine

    https://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.co...nfamous-order/

    Ulysses S. Grant Launched an Illegal War Against the Plains Indians, Then Lied About It | History | Smithsonian

    But, my bad, I meant, SHERMAN.

    So here are a list of Sherman's Crimes:

    Was General Sherman a war criminal? | Atlanta Forward Blog

    So, again....why do you condemn, and wish to remove the memory of men who were protecting their homes (JUST as the Revolutionaries did, before them), while celebrating documented War Criminals, and Genocidists...????
    Yes, a lot of our idols did bad things. But they are not revered for those things. General Lee is not pictured on stamps because he had a propensity for math. He's not honored for his painting skills, or applauded for being polylingual. He is honored specifically because he led a massive effort to tear our country in half.

    If anyone suggested that Grant be honored for his misdeeds, I'd be equally critical.
    Last edited by Djinn; 6th September 2017 at 11:46 AM.
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