Monday, March 13, 2023

God Bless Robert E. Lee


Was he not our greatest commander?



Prodigal Son said...

So much sorrow and an indescribable ache. The indignity of it all. And how noble of the Northern Hordes to then unleash their blood lust on the native tribes. And so it was that the slaughter of States' Rights could not satisfy the habeus corpus killing Yanks.

This song breaks my heart...

May sherman and his ilk remain enflamed in their own Atlantian blazes.

Dad of Six said...

WT Sherman married a RC bride at a time that would have been detrimental to his career. The kids were raised RC, including a son who became a priest (Jesuit, when it actually was something worthwhile). I pray that in his last days he did see the truth and received the rites of the Church.

My own personal favorite war leader was Little Phil.

LSP said...

It was incredibly fierce and bloody, Prodigal, and heartbreaking.

England didn't play a good part either, I'm ashamed to say.

But will the South rise again? Pretty much already has. People aren't moving into Northern States.

LSP said...

Whoa, DOS, Sheridan, good call!

I didn't know of Sherman's catholic thing and I'm with you and pray he was received.