Friday, April 10, 2015

Confederate Memorial Day

In Florida, Confederate Memorial Day, April 26th, is a legal state holiday.  By an act of the US Congress, Confederate soldiers are officially recognized as American Veterans. In 1900 a red St. Andrew’s cross was added to the Florida State Flag as a remembrance of our Confederate ancestors and defenders.

In spite of these facts, our carpetbagger governor and the scalawags and carpetbaggers in his cabinet have denied the induction of three Confederate veterans into the Florida Veterans’ Hall of Fame. This is a despicable, dishonorable and unforgivable action -- but what else would we expect from devotees to the party of the tyrant Lincoln?
Of all American veterans, the Confederate soldier is the most worthy of remembrance and recognition. Florida Confederates were fighting in a fully justified defense of home, family and state. The unionist forces that opposed them were, quite simply, immoral invaders and imperial storm troopers.

On April 25th and 26th, Landmark Baptist Church and Free Florida First will mark Confederate Memorial Day. We will remember those who valiantly fought for our rights and liberty against the Amerikan Empire.
See the online invitation here:
It is altogether both fitting and proper that we remember the Confederate soldier. We shall continue to do so, so long as the Lord gives us the strength to oppose the ungodly forces of political correctness.
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