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    My Confederate ancestors- CSA veterans in the closet

    After a digilent search throught his files, Bobby Tony finds a few rebels in the tree.

    There really is not story here, but I could not help but notice that Ted McDonald got over four hundred views showing the Stars and Bars and thought I would try to wedge myself into the spotlight as well.

Beauregard & Festus
Sons of Pierre Gustave Toutant de Beauregard

In the wake of the AME Zion murders in Charleston, SC, by an unhinged Southern racist: Should the Battle Flag of the Confederate States of America (CSA), a.k.a. The Stars and Bars, be relegated to obscurity?
8.8%   Yes, the flag is only a symbol of White Supremacy and 'Hate'.
84%   No, the flag is a symbol of the brave, but ill fated soldiers of the South in the American Civil War.
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125 total vote(s)     Voting has Ended!

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