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    ahh nada much . just didnt like the kkk nigga my hubby is a nigga ^_^

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    Originally posted by cRuX+--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(cRuX)</div>
    Originally posted by DisillusionedIdealogue+--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(DisillusionedIdealogue)
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    monster *a *little notice on ur sig.......CONFEDACY LOST GET OVER IT


    No clue what the "CONFEDACY" is.. :huh:
    However, if you were refering to the Confederacy (or the Confederate States of America), your "notice" is still meaningless :huh:

    The KKK was not a division of the Confederacy (though they did share a lot of beliefs). Furthermore, many people in the North also agreed with the KKK. The Civil War was not fought solely over slavery--it is extremely naive to think the war was the good and noble North versus those mean and racist Confederates. Slavery was one of the more prominent issues, but not the only one. Another important reason was Bejamin Franklin (not the man, but his picture ). The South wasnt too happy about how the taxing was being handled, and some states wanted the power to be able to negate federal laws if they saw them as harmful to their citizens (a.k.a. their pockets). And there were some other minor reasons as well (resentment prominent among them). Just thought I'd clear that up a little :P


    trhe original purpose of the war was to conserve the union with or without slaves . wasnt until gettysburg did lincoln make the gettysburg address that offically stated the war would not end till slavery was ablished in the southern states and the union was put back together..about taxes your thinking of the american revolution where the solgan was "no taxation w/o representation" . Since Soutern officals was in the senate the south had no reason to disapprove the taxes ......where da hell that idea come from


    Well you were correct until you started talking about the revolution. Taxation was also an issue in the civil war (south felt their crops were being taxed too much by the government and resented the government taxing them to begin with). Look it up :P





    i must be bored to be talking about something that ended in 1865 but anyway...your naive if you think tax's had anything to do with it . yeah thats why they w8ed until lincoln was elected . the south was scared with him in office he would abolish slavery which he had no intention to for fear it would split the union . the tax's couldnt of been a issue anyway becuase of one big theing .......the south was part of the government . each state had 2 senators and represenators (spelling) . since the states sent these guys they could very not be upset about something they agreed upon . conversation pointless im texan and they got STOMPED hahaha
    Lincoln? Theres a quote of him saying something along the lines of "If I could preserve the union without freeing a single slave, I would." As for the representation in the government, are you are that you need a majority in the senate/house to pass/repeal/adjust a law and that you cant just have your senator go up there and say "We're not following that law, kk thanks, byebye"? :unsure: And what does your being a texan have to do with anything? :unsure:

    Edit: Well I'll find out about the significance of your texaniness later, I can log in now :lol: .[/b]
    Why would you think he would be talking about the revoloution rofl...Taxation played a bigger part in the war than you think..Pick up a normal history book...it mentions it but not significantly...but Taxation played a bigger part in the war than most people know.[/b][/quote]

    ah, someone else that knows their history, ^_^

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    Originally posted by DisillusionedIdealogue+--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(DisillusionedIdealogue)</div>
    Originally posted by cRuX+--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(cRuX)
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    monster *a *little notice on ur sig.......CONFEDACY LOST GET OVER IT


    No clue what the "CONFEDACY" is.. :huh:
    However, if you were refering to the Confederacy (or the Confederate States of America), your "notice" is still meaningless :huh:

    The KKK was not a division of the Confederacy (though they did share a lot of beliefs). Furthermore, many people in the North also agreed with the KKK. The Civil War was not fought solely over slavery--it is extremely naive to think the war was the good and noble North versus those mean and racist Confederates. Slavery was one of the more prominent issues, but not the only one. Another important reason was Bejamin Franklin (not the man, but his picture ). The South wasnt too happy about how the taxing was being handled, and some states wanted the power to be able to negate federal laws if they saw them as harmful to their citizens (a.k.a. their pockets). And there were some other minor reasons as well (resentment prominent among them). Just thought I'd clear that up a little :P


    trhe original purpose of the war was to conserve the union with or without slaves . wasnt until gettysburg did lincoln make the gettysburg address that offically stated the war would not end till slavery was ablished in the southern states and the union was put back together..about taxes your thinking of the american revolution where the solgan was "no taxation w/o representation" . Since Soutern officals was in the senate the south had no reason to disapprove the taxes ......where da hell that idea come from


    Well you were correct until you started talking about the revolution. Taxation was also an issue in the civil war (south felt their crops were being taxed too much by the government and resented the government taxing them to begin with). Look it up :P





    i must be bored to be talking about something that ended in 1865 but anyway...your naive if you think tax's had anything to do with it . yeah thats why they w8ed until lincoln was elected . the south was scared with him in office he would abolish slavery which he had no intention to for fear it would split the union . the tax's couldnt of been a issue anyway becuase of one big theing .......the south was part of the government . each state had 2 senators and represenators (spelling) . since the states sent these guys they could very not be upset about something they agreed upon . conversation pointless im texan and they got STOMPED hahaha


    Lincoln? Theres a quote of him saying something along the lines of "If I could preserve the union without freeing a single slave, I would." As for the representation in the government, are you are that you need a majority in the senate/house to pass/repeal/adjust a law and that you cant just have your senator go up there and say "We're not following that law, kk thanks, byebye"? :unsure: And what does your being a texan have to do with anything? :unsure:

    Edit: Well I'll find out about the significance of your texaniness later, I can log in now :lol: .
    Why would you think he would be talking about the revoloution rofl...Taxation played a bigger part in the war than you think..Pick up a normal history book...it mentions it but not significantly...but Taxation played a bigger part in the war than most people know.[/b]
    ah, someone else that knows their history, ^_^[/b][/quote]
    Mainly just the Civil War...I still have alot to learn about it though...I'm only 16 :P

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    Either get back on topic or it will be locked, moved to media.

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    bet none of u know the history of Northern Ireland HA!

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    i havent seen 1 lvl 70 yet. aq

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    and this is how ireland died

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    SURFING BARNEY LOL :lol: :lol: :lol:

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    Originally posted by cRuX+--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(cRuX)</div>
    Originally posted by DisillusionedIdealogue+--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(DisillusionedIdealogue)
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    monster *a *little notice on ur sig.......CONFEDACY LOST GET OVER IT


    No clue what the "CONFEDACY" is.. :huh:
    However, if you were refering to the Confederacy (or the Confederate States of America), your "notice" is still meaningless :huh:

    The KKK was not a division of the Confederacy (though they did share a lot of beliefs). Furthermore, many people in the North also agreed with the KKK. The Civil War was not fought solely over slavery--it is extremely naive to think the war was the good and noble North versus those mean and racist Confederates. Slavery was one of the more prominent issues, but not the only one. Another important reason was Bejamin Franklin (not the man, but his picture ). The South wasnt too happy about how the taxing was being handled, and some states wanted the power to be able to negate federal laws if they saw them as harmful to their citizens (a.k.a. their pockets). And there were some other minor reasons as well (resentment prominent among them). Just thought I'd clear that up a little :P


    trhe original purpose of the war was to conserve the union with or without slaves . wasnt until gettysburg did lincoln make the gettysburg address that offically stated the war would not end till slavery was ablished in the southern states and the union was put back together..about taxes your thinking of the american revolution where the solgan was "no taxation w/o representation" . Since Soutern officals was in the senate the south had no reason to disapprove the taxes ......where da hell that idea come from


    Well you were correct until you started talking about the revolution. Taxation was also an issue in the civil war (south felt their crops were being taxed too much by the government and resented the government taxing them to begin with). Look it up :P





    i must be bored to be talking about something that ended in 1865 but anyway...your naive if you think tax's had anything to do with it . yeah thats why they w8ed until lincoln was elected . the south was scared with him in office he would abolish slavery which he had no intention to for fear it would split the union . the tax's couldnt of been a issue anyway becuase of one big theing .......the south was part of the government . each state had 2 senators and represenators (spelling) . since the states sent these guys they could very not be upset about something they agreed upon . conversation pointless im texan and they got STOMPED hahaha


    Lincoln? Theres a quote of him saying something along the lines of "If I could preserve the union without freeing a single slave, I would." As for the representation in the government, are you are that you need a majority in the senate/house to pass/repeal/adjust a law and that you cant just have your senator go up there and say "We're not following that law, kk thanks, byebye"? :unsure: And what does your being a texan have to do with anything? :unsure:

    Edit: Well I'll find out about the significance of your texaniness later, I can log in now :lol: .

    Why would you think he would be talking about the revoloution rofl...Taxation played a bigger part in the war than you think..Pick up a normal history book...it mentions it but not significantly...but Taxation played a bigger part in the war than most people know.
    ah, someone else that knows their history, ^_^[/b]
    Mainly just the Civil War...I still have alot to learn about it though...I'm only 16 :P[/b][/quote]How are we talking about the civil war when the topic is about level 70 chars. :wacko:

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    lol you are all off topic
    here's a SS of me on ares


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    Originally posted by Eric
    get back on topic

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    wanna see 70+ ppl! :wub:

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    I'll post my collection later.

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    Originally posted by Zarger
    How are we talking about the civil war when the topic is about level 70 chars. *:wacko:
    cus civil war is more interesting than lvl 70 chars :P , all i need to know from them is names so i can run when i see them in cz :lol:

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