Vote Confederate November 2
Tom Parker – Friend of Confederates – Ideal Candidate
Alabama Supreme Court Justice Tom Parker said there was nothing wrong with him distributing rebel flags at the funeral of a Confederate widow or associating with people linked to Old South groups.
Parker said he passed out the Confederate flags at the funeral in Elba of Alberta Stewart Martin, who died May 31 at age 97 and was the widow of a Confederate veteran. In July, he said, he attended a party in Selma commemorating the birthday of Confederate Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest, founder of the Ku Klux Klan.
Parker said he was invited to speak at the birthday party for Forrest, which was held at the home of Pat and Butch Godwin, who tried unsuccessfully to display a bust of Forrest on public property in Selma.  Parker said he did not consider his actions in either event inappropriate for a judicial candidate.
“If there is any more appropriate place for the display of the Confederate battle flag than at the funeral for the last Confederate widow, I would like for someone to explain it to me,” Parker said. "Political correctness should not cause people to dishonor our history."
Tom Parker, candidate for reelection to Justice of Alabama Supreme Court.  Tom has taken the heat and stood for you. Will you stand with Tom Parker? Take action, help, donate
Alabama Candidates
Robert Bentley Governor, proud of Confederate Ancestors
Kay Ivey, member of United Daughters of Confederacy, opponent Jim
Folsom removed Confederate Flag from Alabama Capital.
John McMillan, State Commissioner of Agriculture, proud of Confederate Ancestors
Justice Tom Parker for Supreme Court.  Our Confederate example.
Betty Peters – Alabama State Board of Education.
Charles Grimsley, DEMOCRAT for Alabama Treasurer. His mother was an active member of United
Daughters of the Confederate.  Charles Grimsley is so conservative that he has been endorsed by Conservative Christians of Alabama over his RINO Republican opponent. See conservative endorsement.
Jim Pratt  Congress 6th District South Carolina
Rand Paul, US Senate, Kentucky.  Son of Ron Paul, one of the more famous members of the Sons of Confederate Veterans.
Mike Crane for Congress 13th District Georgia. A man with a great reputation.
National Gun Rights Champion Larry Pratt to Address the Third Southern National Congress
Floyd, Virginia – Thomas Moore, Chairman of the Southern National Congress, announced today that Mr. Larry Pratt, Executive Director of Gun Owners of America, will be the keynote speaker at the Third Southern National Congress (SNC), which will convene November 12-14, 2010, at Montgomery Bell State Park near Dickson, Tennessee. His address to the SNC Delegates will be “America in Crisis: a Southern Solution.” He will focus the traditional Southern principles of state sovereignty, nullification, and interposition as the only practical and
peaceful solution to Federal encroachments on our liberties.
Southern National Congress
Montgomery Bell State Park, TN – 12-14 November 2010