Thursday, June 11, 2020

Show-Me Solo Vote To Keep Confederate Names: Missouri Senator Hawley

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Hawley votes no on plan to remove Confederate names from military bases

WASHINGTON - A Republican-led Senate panel on Thursday approved a plan by Sen. Elizabeth Warren to have the names of Confederate figures removed from military bases and other Pentagon assets. Only Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Missouri, voted against the measure.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank You Sen Hawley for doing what is right.

Anonymous said...

They were Americans too.

Anonymous said...

^^^^Damn right they were.

Anonymous said...

Hawley has turned out to be magnitudes better than expected

Anonymous said...

At least we know Harley isn’t a fag Like our mayor.

Anonymous said...

First what kind of fag is he then? Second, the Confederates were Americans, but so were many other criminals.

Anonymous said...

The bootleggers who souped up their cars and raced them leading eventually to the highly standardized modern Nascar racing were not a bunch of BLM activists or AntiFA agitators. They were southern good old boys and for the most part the racers and fans still are. Could Nascar be more ridiculous than to disavow its heritage and fan base?

Anonymous said...

Liked Hawley before he was elected; like him even better now.

Anonymous said...

Is this stupid racist cunt the senator from Missouri or Mississippi?

Anonymous said...

This is some straight pandering bullshit.

And fuck off with your "damn right they were Americans" garbage. They were fucking traitors who went to war against their own country for the right to keep other humans as property. To top it off, some of them were well known as shitty ass leaders who couldn't strategize a fight out of a paper bag.

Anonymous said...

When every person of color that has the last name of Washington or Jefferson changes their name, then talks can begin on changing military names.

Anonymous said...

^^Last I checked every person of color with the last name Washington or Jefferson wasn't a traitor who declared war on their own country in order to have a human being as property. Piss poor analogy, try again.

Anonymous said...

I don't have to try again but I got it right.

George Washington and Thomas Jefferson [traitors to Britain by the way and never pardoned unlike Confederate soldiers who were] were slave masters and they continued to be slave holders after committing treason so anything and everybody with their names should be changed because if it's good enough for military installation names then it's good enough for black folk to change their names. If having a military installation named Ft. Benning should be changed because it's name "promotes" a traitor (who was pardoned) then keeping the last name Washington promotes a slave-master and traitor (never pardoned).

Anonymous said...

The day that the name Ft. Bragg is changed is the day that my patriotism will die for the USA. I will always continue to honor Ft. Bragg as Ft. Bragg

because my history is with Ft. Bragg not Ft. Whatever. I want it to stay Ft. Bragg NOT because I "honor" the "memory" of the CSA but because I want to honor the history of the post and changing the name would dishonor it.

And just so it is clear, Ft. Bragg, Ft. Hood, Ft. Lee, Ft. Benning etc are NOT 'bases' they are POSTS. Ft. Bragg has a PX not a BX.

The AF has bases not the Army. I even hear current and former military members and politicians incorrectly refer to Army Posts as 'bases', idiots one and all.

All The Way! Airborne!