I am a Virginian too.
Not a native born--I admit to having
spent the first quarter of the century well north of the Mason Dixon
line. Part of my heart I will always belong to New York. But it is
getting to the point where I have lived in this state longer than I
lived there, and the bulk of my adult life has been here. My kids were
born here. My life is here.
I love this state, Governor. It has a
rich proud history. It's the birthplace of people like Washington and
Jefferson and Madison. It's a state with great natural beauty. Over the
past 20 years I have lived here Virginia has become more and more
diverse in its population, rich in its blend of cultures.
have made people who have never visited here think that we are a state
full of nothing but redneck good old boys like you and your cronies. You
have embarassed all of us who live here. And if there was a campaign
for NoVa to secede from the state, I'd be sending them a contribution
This is the 21st century, Governor. The war was 150 years ago.
And the South LOST.
Even Robert E Lee got it:
have fought this fight as long, and as well as we know how. We have
been defeated. For us as a Christian people, there is now but one course
to pursue. We must accept the situation.
Lee accepted it. Why can't you and yours, Governor?
Then again, you haven't accepted Obama is our president either, have you?