Mitt Romney – The Anti Confederate Candidate
Mitt Romney says: "That flag frankly, is divisive and shouldn’t be shown. Right now with the kinds of issues we’ve got in this country, I’m not going to get involved with a flag like that."
"The people of our country have decided not to fly that flag. I think that’s the right thing."
As George Wallace would say, there is not a dimes worth of difference between a Republican (Mitt Romney) and a Democrat (Obama).
Press Release Dec 3, 2007 — Sons of Confederate Veterans leader Christopher M. Sullivan issued a statement in response to the CNN Republican debate, Wednesday 28 November. "Mitt Romney proposes himself to be president of the United States but last night he clearly demonstrated not only his ignorance of American history but also his contempt for Southerners who love and respect their Confederate ancestors.
Ron Paul – Pro Confederate and an honorary member of the Sons of Confederate Veterans.
The Dixie Daily News, a prominent southern voice in the South.
The Dixie Daily News has endorsed, Congressman Ron Paul for President (2008). Ron Paul has some shared some interesting thoughts on history of the War Between the States, and his comments are viewed as pro southern, as well as in support of States Rights.
Ron Paul has spoken at events of the Sons of Confederate Veterans. Ron Paul told news reporter Tim Russert that he believes that the Civil War was unnecessary and that the north should have bought the slaves back from the south to end slavery.
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How about Newt Gringrich?
Newt has had many opportunities to address the Confederate issue, but has chosen to remain neutral.  In the battle of the Georgia Flag, Newt stayed on the side lines and kept his mouth shut.
Newt Gingrich, wrote Civil War book, The Battle of the Crater. The Battle of the Crater explores the 1864 battle of the same name outside Petersburg, Virginia, in which Gen. Ambrose Burnside tried to break through Rebel lines by building a tunnel under the Confederates’ position and filling it with explosives. That part worked, somehow, but the subsequent assault was an epic disaster, ending with Union forces trapped inside the 30-foot-deep crater as mortars rained in. At a critical point in the fight, the Yankees sent in a division of black soldiers; after they were pushed back, the Confederates ignored pleas for surrender and started killing blacks Yankee solders in volume.  While Newt makes some interesting historical observations, he remains politically correct, and clearly does not take the Southern Confederate perspective. Neither does he push and anti-southern position. At the end of the day, Newt is not our Confederate enemy, he is simply neutral.
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