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2 hours ago, Maidenmate91 said:

What are you referring to?

The fake outrage, like that actually has anyone upset except mental illness victims

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 Cinnamon    14,653
11 minutes ago, Projectlunar said:

The fake outrage, like that actually has anyone upset except mental illness victims

Who? The ones who don't like it taken down or the ones faking outrage because it's so offensive to them to leave them up? 

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1 hour ago, Cinnamon said:

Who? The ones who don't like it taken down or the ones faking outrage because it's so offensive to them to leave them up? 

Both are equally disgusting 

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 Maidenmate91    140
1 hour ago, Cinnamon said:

Who? The ones who don't like it taken down or the ones faking outrage because it's so offensive to them to leave them up? 

I think *hope* he's referring to the people who are in favor of the statue coming down due to supposed racist overtones? Maybe not though, to each their own.... because 

the world don't move, to the beat of just one drum. What might be right for you, may not be right for some. You take the good, you take the bad, you take them both and then you have the facts of life. :gsbrnint: sorry.... couldn't resist.

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 abigfatzero    1,391

Robert E. Lee is one of my ancestors, I take this personal.

Tear Down Those Monuments

It appears the proverbial tail is wagging the dog in New Orleans as City Council members voted 6 to 1 to tear down four monuments by declaring them “public nuisances.” Among the four slated for removal is 131-year-old General Robert E. Lee, erected in 1884. Sadly, the call for a referendum allowing New Orleans citizens to vote on the issue was ignored as a handful of angry protesters, led by the Mayor, clamored at the council members for the monuments to be torn down. 

The four monuments (Lee, Davis, Beaureguard and Liberty) are caught in the crosshairs of a racially divisive agenda, touting a cleansing of all Confederate symbols and monuments from public display. The council chambers resembled a kangaroo tribunal as the monuments were tried and convicted of being “offensive” and a “public nuisance.” They were sentenced to indefinite exile from public display. 

The idea that a nationally recognized historic monument such as General Robert E. Lee or President Jefferson Davis will be torn down by 6 votes represents a disdain for the citizenry of New Orleans. These monuments are nationally recognized and belong to all Louisianans and Americans, not just Orleanians. The Mayor and 6 politicians erred in not allowing the citizens a vote.  Subsequently, a 51-page Lawsuit was filed seeking a Temporary Restraining Order, a Preliminary Injunction, and a Permanent Injunction to halt the flawed process. 

The National Park Service, a division of the U.S. Department of the Interior has listed Lee and Davis on the National Registry of Historic Places as historic monuments “worthy of preservation.” 

https://neworleanscitynews.wordpress.com/2290-2/

They didn't error, they were told to do this by the sleazy little (((commie))) fuks......

 

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