Monday, December 11, 2017

In Studio Recording From Don Rush Show From July Regarding Winder Monument

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

The monument looks a hell of a lot better than that goofy rack covering his pin head. I'm offended. Uncross those arms and take the smirk off that facial area punk.

Anonymous said...

He sits like that and has that look on his face because he's used to being like that from his wife's offensive smelly breath. She a pediatrician locally and one of the reviews speaks of her horrid and gross breath.

Anonymous said...

and what about the Union generals that destroyed the south and the Democrats that made up the KKK.

Anonymous said...

Wait, he wants the monument to be accurate and not paint Salisbury as a den of hate and bigotry because the guy isn't from here and fought for the slavery side of the Civil War. Well hell, then move the damn thing, I don't want it here!

Anonymous said...

Liberals like Yamakawa manipulate black people into doing his dirty work.

Anonymous said...

The solution is to find a local resident who rose to a prominent rank in the Union Army and put up a historical marker with information about that individual.

Cultural Marxists like Yamakawa don't want that. They want to rewrite history to fit their Marxist world view. He would probably like to see the marker replaced replaced with statues of his heroes Lenin and Stalin.

And don't forget people with his SJW self-righteous attitude encourage violence like the two pipe bombs that were found at a Civil War reenactment in Virginia back in October.

What is especially galling is the radio program is NPR which means our tax dollars paid for this forum for him to spread his propaganda.

Anonymous said...

8:28,

The reality is that there were no prominent Union Army personnel from here. This was a rebel hotbed and the Union stationed troops here to guard against Confederate operations on the Shore. In Easton, there is a monument to the local men ("Talbot Boys") who fought for the Confederacy -- it's on the courthouse lawn and the County Council recently refused a request to remove it.

Anonymous said...

5:21 - "This was a rebel hotbed" - Yes, the Eastern Shore was such a "hotbed" that it contributed two regiments to the Union Army.

IF there were no prominent Union Army personnel from here (let's see some evidence to back up your claim) then put up a marker about those from the area who did serve. That is how you preserve history. Not rewriting it to fit a politically correct narrative.

The generation that fought the war worked hard to bind up the wounds. Stop tearing them open and spreading division for your own selfish reasons.

BTW, Delaware did not ratify the 13,14, & 15th Amendments until 1901. Se we better tear down any monuments to Union soldiers in Delaware since they fought for the "slavery side."

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
He sits like that and has that look on his face because he's used to being like that from his wife's offensive smelly breath. She a pediatrician locally and one of the reviews speaks of her horrid and gross breath.

December 11, 2017 at 7:43 PM

His wife has some seriously bad ratings and should be let go from her job..

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
Wait, he wants the monument to be accurate and not paint Salisbury as a den of hate and bigotry because the guy isn't from here and fought for the slavery side of the Civil War. Well hell, then move the damn thing, I don't want it here!

December 11, 2017 at 9:49 PM

Who is not from here? The only person that isn't from here is James Yakahomo and his wife. Please move them and 9:49 PM, I don't want them here!

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
Liberals like Yamakawa manipulate black people into doing his dirty work.

December 12, 2017 at 7:31 PM

Liberals keep blacks enslaved on the plantation and they are too stupid to know it.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
The solution is to find a local resident who rose to a prominent rank in the Union Army and put up a historical marker with information about that individual.

Cultural Marxists like Yamakawa don't want that. They want to rewrite history to fit their Marxist world view. He would probably like to see the marker replaced replaced with statues of his heroes Lenin and Stalin.

And don't forget people with his SJW self-righteous attitude encourage violence like the two pipe bombs that were found at a Civil War reenactment in Virginia back in October.

What is especially galling is the radio program is NPR which means our tax dollars paid for this forum for him to spread his propaganda.


December 12, 2017 at 8:28 PM

The solution is to find a local resident who rose to a prominent rank in the Union Army and put up a historical marker with information about that individual.

That's not a solution YOU DUMBASS!! In case you didn't know it we are a Southern state, not a damn Yankee state.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...
8:28,

The reality is that there were no prominent Union Army personnel from here. This was a rebel hotbed and the Union stationed troops here to guard against Confederate operations on the Shore. In Easton, there is a monument to the local men ("Talbot Boys") who fought for the Confederacy -- it's on the courthouse lawn and the County Council recently refused a request to remove it.

December 13, 2017 at 5:21 PM

It wasn't a rebel hotbed, it was a Southern State and the Maryland General Assembly was locked up by Lincoln's Federal Army so that we as a state couldn't secede with our sister state of Virgina. Deo Vinci

Anonymous said...

She's probably miserable for having no other choice but to marry him and that will reflect on your job. But with that breath supposedly being so foul and putrid any decent man is going to run like hell away from her.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
Wait, he wants the monument to be accurate and not paint Salisbury as a den of hate and bigotry because the guy isn't from here and fought for the slavery side of the Civil War. Well hell, then move the damn thing, I don't want it here!

December 11, 2017 at 9:49 PM

The slavery side of the Civil War? Obviously you learned the wrong history. You are the one that is bigoted.

Anonymous said...

If I ever run across Yamakawa I'm going to punch him in the face.