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I do not want Confederates to vote for my party of choice, I want my party of choice, as well as all opposition parties and Independents, to vote Confederate!
This is a line from a speech I have given on the necessity of us engaging in ISSUE politics.
We should ask, as I do, every Republican candidate whether he or she is a Thomas Jefferson Republican or a Lincoln Republican(Jefferson’s party was the Democrat-Republican party, known by historians as Republican). Ask every Republican has he or she read Lincoln’s First Inaugural and if not, give excerpts. Ask every Democrat if he or she is a Jefferson Davis Democrat or a modern Democrat. If we take the charge of Steve D. Lee serious, and we should, we need to let them know what it takes for our support. They are asking us for the job. Read and pass on to your email list.

EXCERPTS FROM LINCOLN'S FIRST INAUGURAL ADDRESS Apprehension seems to exist among the people of the Southern States that by the accession of a Republican Administration their property and their peace and personal security are to be endangered. There has never been any reasonable cause for such apprehension. Indeed, the most ample evidence to the contrary has all the while existed and been open to their inspection. It is found in nearly all the published speeches of him who now addresses you. I do but quote from one of those speeches when I declare that—

I have no purpose, directly or indirectly, to interfere with the institution of slavery in the States where it exists. I believe I have no lawful right to do so, and I have no inclination to do so. In doing this there needs to be no bloodshed or violence, and there shall be none unless it be forced upon the national authority. The power confided to me will be used to hold, occupy, and possess the property and places belonging to the Government and to collect the duties and imposts; but beyond what may be necessary for these objects, there will be no invasion, no using of force against or among the people anywhere.

I understand a proposed amendment to the Constitution—which amendment, however, I have not seen—has passed Congress, to the effect that the Federal Government shall never interfere with the domestic institutions of the States, including that of persons held to service. To avoid misconstruction of what I have said, I depart from my purpose not to speak of particular amendments so far as to say that, holding such a provision to now be implied constitutional law, I have no objection to its being made express and irrevocable. * See at end * Corwin Amendment referred to by Lincoln in his speech. No amendment shall be made to the Constitution which will authorize or give to Congress the power to abolish or interfere, within any State, with the domestic institutions thereof, including that of persons held to labor or service by the laws of said State.

Southern History Information

What do you know? The Southern History Quiz
By - Guy Robinson

1. In the North, the military draft aroused an opposition that set off significant mob riots in:
A. Boston
B. Chicago
C. New York
D. Hartford

2. Both Union and Confederacy began the war volunteers, but after a year the Confederates instituted a draft, and less than another year later the Union did the same. Under the terms of the Union conscription law, by paying a set fee a Northerner could escape service. How much ?
A. $300
B. $995
C. $1000
D. $5000

3. After a failed raid on Richmond, papers were found on the body of the Union colonel in charge of the foray, Ulric Dahlgren. The papers, whose authenticity is still questioned, outlined a plot to...
A. Break into the Confederate Treasury
B. Kill President Davis and his cabinet
C. Kidnap General Lee
D. Kidnap John Wilkes Booth

4. After 22 months at sea seizing Union merchant vessels, the Confederate raider Alabama was finally done in by the U.S.S. Kearsarge. Where was the fatal battle ?
A. Off Charleston, South Carolina
B. In New York Harbor
C. In Mobile Bay
D. Off Cherbourg, France

5. The Civil War song about a “maid with golden hair” See Answers Below

1.C -
2. A -
3. B -
4. D -
5. “LOVE ME TENDER”.(the tune was fitted with new lyrics to become “Love Me Tender”):

Southern Partisan conservative candidate election information in the old Confederate States

Virginia Election June 12, 2012

Bob Marshall - US Senate
Congressional Races
J Forbes - District 4
Karen Kwiatkowski - District 6
Floyd Bayne - District 7
Ken Vaughn - District 11

Former Senator George Allen did not make the list due to his ant-southern comments he made when he was previously in office. Virginia Confederates were angered and many were reported to have voted for the Democrat alternative who made pro confederate comments at the time.

South Carolina Southern Recommendations
  • Tom Rice (R) - 7th District Congress (New District)
  • South Carolina State Legislature - Conservative Christian Candidates


    Rex Rice - Dist 2
    Kevin Bryant - Dist 3
    Tom Corbin - Dist 5
    Dave Thomas - Dist 8
    Lee Bright - Dist 12
    Ronnie Cromer - Dist 18
    John Pettigrew - Dist 25
    Wade Kolb - Dist 35
    Mike Rose Dist 38


    John McCary - Dist 13
    Bill Chumley - Dist 35
    Rita Allison - Dist 36
    Steve Parker - Dist 37
    Chip Limehouse - Dist 110

    Senator Dave Thomas is very deserving of southern support as he has sponsored resolutions honoring Confederate heroes and other related resolutions. Chris Sullivan, previous SCV Commander also makes the list, Sullivan has for years published Southern Partisan, a Confederate magazine.

    Mississippi Election - November 8, 2011 Mississippi Vote Elections
    The below reflect those who would favor the southern viewpoints, not the yankee perspective.
    Phil Bryant, candidate for Governor, is a member of the SCV.
    Tate Reeves Lt. Governor (R)
    State Treasurer Lee Yancey (R)
    State Auditor Stacy Pickering (R)
    Attorney General Steve Simpson (R) (R)
    Agriculture Commissioner
    Southern District Transportation Commissioner - Tom King
    Southern District Public Service Commissioner - Travis Rose

    Recommended Candidates Kentucky November 8, 2011

    David Williams (R) for Governor
    & Richie Farmer (R) for Lt. Governor
    Secretary of State - Bill Johnson (R) - Recommended

    Agriculture Commissioner - James Comer (R) - conservative

    State Auditor - John Kemper III (R) - Recommended

    Attorney General - Todd P' Pool (R) Recommend

    Mississippi Legislature House Candidates by District

    Chip Wood, Mississippi State House District 2 -

    Brad Mayo, Mississippi State House District 12 -

    Chris Brown, Mississippi State House District 20 -

    Ron Swindall, Mississippi State Representative, District 79. Taylorsville, MS

    Brian Aldridge, Mississippi State House District 17 -

    Jack Larmour, Mississippi State House District 39 -

    Jay Mathis, Carthage, House District 45,

    Rep. Jim Ellington, Raymond, House District 73.

    Greg Snowden, Mississippi State House District 83 -

    Rep. Gary Staples, Laurel, House District 88

    Becky Currie, Mississippi State House District 92 -

    Rep. Harvey Fillingane, House District 101.

    Rep. Toby Barker, House District 102.

    John McCay, Mississippi State House District 118 -

    Charles Busby, Mississippi House District 111 -

    Carolyn Crawford, Pass Christian, House District 121

    Dorothy Wilcox, Mississippi State House District 122 -

    Check back for more local recommendations.

    Louisiana Election Primary - October 22, 2011.

    Louisiana Run-Off - November 19, 2011

    The below candidates are recommended as they respect our Confederate flag and believe we should respectively be proud of our southern heritage and not be ashamed of it. the below candidates have been evaluated on related issues like states rights and the belief of the enforcement of the 10th Amendment of the Constitution. West Virginia Governor Election, Clark Barnes recommended conservative of WV. Read more about Clark Barnes for Governor of WV.

    Kentucky Election November, 2011, Governor and Statewide Candidates Southern Conservative candidates recommended are:

    • David William - Kentucky Governor
    • - Kentucky Lt. Governor
    • Bill Johnson - Kentucky Secretary of State
    • James Comer - Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner
    • John Kemper III - Kentucky State Auditor
    • Todd P. Pool - Kentucky Attorney General

    Please forward this to all Southern and church friends in Kentucky or West Virginia.

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    Texas Conservative Senate candidates and congress

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    As our ancestors in the past had to defend out states rights from an oppressive federal government, we do must defend our selves in the name of states rights. We need to be familar with the gun control debate.
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    Ron Paul for President Information

    Ron Paul is an honorary member of the Sons of Confederate Veterans.
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    Ron Paul has previously been endorsed by Dixie Daily News, and the Confederate Partisan.

    Southern Partisan History Information

    MYTH - The War of 1861 - 1865 was fought over slavery.

    FACT - Terribly untrue. The North fought the war over money. Plain and simple. When the South started Secession, Lincoln was asked, "Why not let the South go in peace?" To which he replied, "I can't let them go. Who would pay for the government?" Sensing total financial ruin for the North, Lincoln waged war on the South. The South fought the War to repel Northern aggression and invasion.

    MYTH - Only Southerners owned slaves.

    FACT - Entirely untrue. Many Northern civilians owned slaves. Prior to, during and even after the War Of Northern Aggression.

    Surprisingly, to many history impaired individuals, most Union Generals and staff had slaves to serve them! William T. Sherman had many slaves that served him until well after the war was over and did not free them until late in 1865.

    U.S. Grant also had several slaves, who were only freed after the 13th amendment in December of 1865. When asked why he didn't free his slaves earlier, Grant stated "Good help is so hard to come by these days."

    Contrarily, Confederate General Robert E. Lee freed his slaves (which he never purchased - they were inherited) in 1862!!! Lee freed his slaves several years before the war was over, and considerably earlier than his Northern counterparts. And during the fierce early days of the war when the South was obliterating the Yankee armies!

    Lastly, and most importantly, why did NORTHERN States outlaw slavery only AFTER the war was over? The so-called "Emancipation Proclamation" of Lincoln only gave freedom to slaves in the SOUTH! NOT in the North! This peck sniffery even went so far as to find the state of Delaware rejecting the 13th Amendment in December of 1865 and did not ratify it (13th Amendment / free the slaves) until 1901!

    MYTH - The Confederate Battle Flag was flown on slave ships.

    FACT - NONE of the flags of the Confederacy or Southern Nation ever flew over a slave ship. Nor did the South own or operate any slaves ships. The English, the Dutch and the Portuguese brought slaves to this country, not the Southern Nation.

    BUT, even more monumental, it is also very important to know and understand that Federal, Yankee, Union ships brought slaves to America! These ships were from the New England states, and their hypocrisy is atrocious.

    These Federals were ones that ended up crying the loudest about slavery. But without their ships, many of the slaves would have never arrived here. They made countless fortunes on the delivery of slaves as well as the products made from raw materials such as cotton and tobacco in the South.

    This is the problem with Yankee history History is overwhelmingly portrayed incorrectly by most of the Federal & Yankee books and media.
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