An Open Letter & Open Report / In The Street With The Ladies
From: HK Edgerton [email@example.com]
Date: Fri, Sep 29, 2017
Subject: An Open Letter & Open Report / In The Street With The Ladies
To: siegels1 [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Dear Ms. Lunelle,
I would spend this week posting the Southern Cross by the side of the road. I shall call it Ladies Week because of the many young ladies who came and held court with me.
One young lady would come to where I stood; with arms wide open, she would embrace me and almost immediately began to brawl like a newborn baby as she thanked me profusely for taking a stand for our homeland, “the Southland of America.”
Another would come and challenge me to post the Stars and Stripes at least one day for the Gipper. On Wednesday, September 27, 2017, I would do just that, and even made a five mile march to boot with her looking on.
Another would come and chastise a haggard looking White man who called me evil, and proclaimed that I hated Black people for posting the Southern Cross. I was so proud of her as she made the case about the many loyal Blacks who supported the Southern cause.
A Northern White woman just couldn’t understand why a Black man would be standing on any corner posting the Rebel flag. I told her to listen as so many people were honking their car horns as they passed by, shouting out the Rebel Yell, and calling out my name. I finally told her that I was there to uplift the spirit of my Southern family. She gave me the mean eye, and stormed away.
I must report that I was greatly surprised that Bill O’Reilly and Hannity of Fox News on 09-27-17, at 12:45 AM, would so call out Democratic liberal politicians as no longer public servants, (2) the thugs who come on property of politicians threatening them, destroying their property, terrorizing them to vote not their conscious, or the will of the people they serve; it sounded like the modus operandi of Commissioner Charles B. Smith of Manatee County in Bradenton, Florida, and Commissioner Les Miller of Hillsborough County, in Tampa, Florida, who joined in with these kind of domestic terrorists against their peers, (3) journalist accepting pay from outside sources to write untruths, and photo shopping false images to strengthen up their stories, as suspected in the Dylan Roof debacle.
The President said to let the State and its municipalities decide the fate of our Southern soldier monuments. I wonder just where the Attorney General and the President stand on this matter when the State actors are too afraid to vote the will of the people, or even their own will because they are afraid to, so commented a lady Commissioner from Bradenton, Florida at a Commission meeting, explaining why she voted to remove the Confederate soldiers monument in lieu of the poll that indicated that the majority of the people of the county wanted it to remain.
- Saturday, September 30, 2017: Youth Days / Woodland Park Road, Smyrna, South Carolina
- October 7, 2017: Parade in Ridgefield, South Carolina
- October 20-22, 2017: Gold Rush Days: Dalonega, Georgia
- November 2-4, 2017: Buchanan Resort: Springfield, Tennessee
God bless you!
United Daughters of the Confederacy Jefferson Davis Medal