Monday, April 26, 2004


Confederate soldiers honored for defending homes and freedom
Southerners who fought for the Confederacy were men who defended their homes and their freedom, not slavery, said Briarwood Presbyterian Church pastor the Rev. Harry Reeder.

"They fought for the freedoms and rights of the states (as set out) in the Constitution," said Reeder at a Confederate Memorial Day service Sunday at Forest Hill Cemetery. "Most of them were there to defend the rights of their country."

Lousy traitorous, dishonest Johnny Reb wanna-be's.


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