Response to Billy Price
That's right Billy. Every sector of this country – customs, courtesies, heritage, history, social, political, traditions, faith – all has its flaws. And those people should un-screw their communities, or admit their distinguished timeline of faults and failures, before pointing out the mud on our boots.
Listening to the hypocrites who wag their finger at us, I'm reminded of a line from Confederate General D.H. Hill's letter to yankee General Foster: "A meddling Yankee troubles himself about everybody’s matters except his own and repents of everybody’s sins except his own. We are a different people. Should the Yankees burn a Union village in Connecticut or a cod-fish town in Massachusetts we would not meddle with them but rather bid them God-speed in their work of purifying the atmosphere."