It is well that war is terrible... or we should grow too fond of it. .Robert E. Lee Continual searching for the next conquest is the pastime of a foolish nation. .Anonymous
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Robert E. Lee? You must be kidding me! In this day and age?Your microaggressions have not gone unnoticed! It is incumbent upon all white men to check their power.
Interesting –– and saddening –– that no one cbose to adddress the point Robert E. Lee was trying to make here.Do you agree that ethics and morals should be given more importance in our lives than the bonds of love and personal friendship?In other words would you turn your best buddy into the IRS, if you had positive proof he cheated on his income tax?
IF YOU DON'T UNDERSTAND THE FOLLOWING, YOU DON'T BELONG HERE, SO KINDLY GET OUT AND STAY OUT.We welcome ConversationBut without Vituperation.If your aim is Vilification ––Other forms of Denigration ––Unfounded Accusation --Determined Obfuscation ––Alienation with Self-Justification ––We WILL use COMMENT ERADICATION.IN ADDITIONGratuitous Displays of Extraneous Knowledge Offered Not To Shed Light Or Enhance the Discussion, But For The Primary Purpose Of Giving An Impression Of Superiority are obnoxiously SELF-AGGRANDIZING, and therefore, Subject to Removal at the Discretion of the Censor-in-Residence.
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