I’m Offended!

I'm Offended! Take Off Those Flags!
I’m Offended! Take Off Those Flags!

That’s right! We all “know” that wearing the Confederate flagor any clothing associated with The South or America’s rural culture – is racist and hate-filled. Or really, just anything celebrating Whites’ beauty or culture is going to run afoul of the SJWs and their #CancelCulture of racism, hate, and oikophobia.

Still, even a broken clock is right twice a day – or once, if it follows military time 😉 – and, in this instance, I heartily and happily agree with our frothing and gnashing Social Justice Warriors; those sweet, Southern babes should take off thos Confederate flag bikinis.

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A Nation Reborn In Joy

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A Nation Reborn In Joy – The United States Of Dixie
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Y’all need to get over it and get over yaselves while you’re at it. Learn to have some fun with things instead of getting your precious panties all wadded up. Have some fun!

Oh, and y’all need to stop lighting shit on fire! Y’all gonna need something to burn when President Trump gets reelected, ya hear?

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A Southern Compromise

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A Southern Compromise
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With it being October, it’s most definitely sweater time. But what about the warmer, Southern region and the Southwest? Well, they’ve always been willing to compromise up to a point. Hence, this Southern Compromise which bring “sweaters” to new regions. 😆

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Rebuked!

Rebuked In The Name Of Jesus!

Yeah, Kalen Allen’s shtick includes more than a little racism – and cultural appropriation since he’s not Southern – but he’s still “on point” to many foodies and he’s funny while doing it. And, frankly, even though the Philadelphia-born-and-raised, Los Angeles-living food critic isn’t from The South, just about everything he’s saying could, would, and probably has come out of the mouths of Southerns – White, Black, and/or Whatever – when we’ve seen “gentrified” Southern food recipes.

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GA-6: No Carpetbaggers!

Jon OssoffAt the end of the day, Republican Karen Handel beat Democrat Jon Ossoff in the GA-6 special election runoff to replace Republican Tom Price, who resigned from the seat due to his appointment and confirmation as the United States Secretary of Health and Human Services in the Trump Administration. This has caused much weeping, wailing, and gnashing of teeth by liberals and Progressives nationwide.

Simply put, this is because Liberals and Progressives, the Lamestream Enemedia, and the movers and shakers of the Democratic Party are delusion idiots deep in thrall of apocalyptic fantasies. Ossoff was nigh on if not exactly the absolutely wrong candidate to try to take any district in Georgia, much less the traditionally Republican 6th. He was fundamentally just a carpetbagger and carpetbaggers have never been very popular in the South.

  1. Ossoff doesn’t live in 6th District and hasn’t done so since he was a child and, even then he attended an elite, private school in Atlanta.
  2. Ossoff, at only 30 years old, is younger than most Southerners prefer their politicians to be.
  3. Ossoff is unmarried and has no children, which is seen as having no roots or ties to the community by many Southerners.
  4. Ossoff isn’t a church-going man or, in his case, a synagogue-going man, which further signals him out as having neither roots in- nor ties to the community.

So Mr. Ossoff was already facing an uphill battle from the very start. The approximately $20 million that Ossoff received as campaign contributions from outside of Georgia, mostly from California, New York, and Massachusetts, rather than helping him up that hill, hurt him by painting him as even more of a carpetbagger whose interests, ties, and loyalties weren’t to the 6th District. Then, when you add in all left-wing pundits and the media painting this election as a “referendum on Trump,” you’re actually crystallizing the thought that Ossoff isn’t for the people of 6th District even further.

Perhaps the biggest telling point is the fact that Ossoff got 48.1% of the vote, exactly the same as in April when he failed to reach the 50% threshold to avoid a runoff but did garner more votes than all the Republicans on the original ballot combined (40.2%). Yet, after the vast and ungainly goliath of liberalism got involved, Handel went from getting 19.8% of the vote in April to getting 51.9% and the victory.

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