Who do you support for U.S. Senate in Georgia in 2010?

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“Marble Man”

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Well....General Mead told me that Chamberlain's charge down Little Round Top, caught the Confederates by surprise by utilizing a "right wheel" manuever which out-flanked the Rebels on their right. The element of surprise was so complete, Chamberlain's men took about 200 prisoners and held the ground in the process.
General Lee has not answered my question. I guess he is busy taking care of Traveler.
That would be Traveller, please note the correct spelling.
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Informed Opinion wrote:
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Great question Zoltar.
Maybe you can use your influence to also obtain an explanation for the rest of us as to the events at Little Round Top, especially the success of Chamberlain's bayonet charge. How the knives beat the rifles is always been a quandary to me.
Anyway, carry on.
don't mean to butt in on this,but it is much more intresting than the political stuff.about the "bayonet charge",Longstreet said after the war,that they(Chamberlins men)did not even need weapons-they could have just rolled boulders down on them,speaking of how formidable the union position was.
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#1934
Jan 6, 2013
 
of course,Longsteet said a bunch of stuff'after the war'-most of not very flattering to Gen.Lee.probably just sucking up to Gen./Pres.Grant.hell,he even joined the republican party.damn his soul!!
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jeb stuart wrote:
<quoted text>don't mean to butt in on this,but it is much more intresting than the political stuff.about the "bayonet charge",Longstreet said after the war,that they(Chamberlins men)did not even need weapons-they could have just rolled boulders down on them,speaking of how formidable the union position was.
Great post.

Chamberlain's story and his performance at Little Round Top is truly inspiring. I think before the War he was a professor.
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Great post.
Chamberlain's story and his performance at Little Round Top is truly inspiring. I think before the War he was a professor.
he was,i forget the little college in Maine,but after the war,he also served one or two terms as gov.(Ma.)and served in other gov't posts as well.
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#1937
Jan 6, 2013
 
Boudain(?),i think,was the college.
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I might start voting some republicans when they start including Defence kickbacks, involving America in wars they can't win,White Collar crimes into their Sunday Church Services along with Adultery, Homosexuality, Robbery ETC. Blind as Bats and Thick as Theives those republican voters.
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#1940
Jan 8, 2013
 
Where were you at Gettysburg JEB???!
Bowdoin College is what you are looking for.
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I might start voting some republicans when they start including Defence kickbacks, involving America in wars they can't win,White Collar crimes into their Sunday Church Services along with Adultery, Homosexuality, Robbery ETC. Blind as Bats and Thick as Theives those republican voters.
Dumb as stumps those Democratic voters.:)
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well now wrote:
Where were you at Gettysburg JEB???!
Bowdoin College is what you are looking for.
thanks for the correction on the spelling of college.as a matter of fact,jeb was there.unfortunatly,he arrived about a day or two late.he,along with Gen. Ewell probably deserve more credit for confederate defeat than Gen.Lee.Or at least,that is my opinion.
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jeb stuart wrote:
<quoted text>thanks for the correction on the spelling of college.as a matter of fact,jeb was there.unfortunatly,he arrived about a day or two late.he,along with Gen. Ewell probably deserve more credit for confederate defeat than Gen.Lee.Or at least,that is my opinion.
Well I had to look it up!:) How could anyone from down here remember that one?
read book on J.E.B. which was good but can't remember the name now. Also a book on Gettysburg was "Killer Angels" was excellent blend fact and the authors interpretation of the thoughts of his characters, I think author was Michael Shaara whose Dad Jeff wrote in the same style. If anyone has never read these books by these two I highly recommend them. they look at both sides of the war. there's also one on the Revolutionary War just as good.

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I might start voting some republicans when they start including Defence kickbacks, involving America in wars they can't win,White Collar crimes into their Sunday Church Services along with Adultery, Homosexuality, Robbery ETC. Blind as Bats and Thick as Theives those republican voters.
Yeah and you Dems are just regular paragons of virtue, huh? What a laugh.
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Well I had to look it up!:) How could anyone from down here remember that one?
read book on J.E.B. which was good but can't remember the name now. Also a book on Gettysburg was "Killer Angels" was excellent blend fact and the authors interpretation of the thoughts of his characters, I think author was Michael Shaara whose Dad Jeff wrote in the same style. If anyone has never read these books by these two I highly recommend them. they look at both sides of the war. there's also one on the Revolutionary War just as good.
i would recommend the triolgy by Bruce Catton(non-ficton)for civil war,or you could just ask me;)

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Yeah and you Dems are just regular paragons of virtue, huh? What a laugh.
Bullies and thugs is more like it, in a political sense of course.
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Well I had to look it up!:) How could anyone from down here remember that one?
read book on J.E.B. which was good but can't remember the name now. Also a book on Gettysburg was "Killer Angels" was excellent blend fact and the authors interpretation of the thoughts of his characters, I think author was Michael Shaara whose Dad Jeff wrote in the same style. If anyone has never read these books by these two I highly recommend them. they look at both sides of the war. there's also one on the Revolutionary War just as good.
and come on now,what's with the slur bout'anyone from down here'?
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Bottom line is that all of we non-republicans don't have to worry about a friggin republican president for the next 4 years. George Bush taught us a lesson in scumminess and immoral behavior!

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Bottom line is that all of we non-republicans don't have to worry about a friggin republican president for the next 4 years. George Bush taught us a lesson in scumminess and immoral behavior!
You must be the comic relief on Topix.
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Columbus Native wrote:
Bottom line is that all of we non-republicans don't have to worry about a friggin republican president for the next 4 years. George Bush taught us a lesson in scumminess and immoral behavior!
So are you saying that George Bush was the worse president morally. I believe when it comes to scumminess and immoral behavior Bill Clinton has a lock on that. The weakest and most indecisive president was Jimmy Carter. The biggest lier and most unpatriotic is the current president.Hmmm! That is 3 democrats there.
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Informed Opinion

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jeb stuart wrote:
<quoted text>i would recommend the triolgy by Bruce Catton(non-ficton)for civil war,or you could just ask me;)
Great post.

Read Catton some time ago - but will seek guidance from you on the questions that remain.

Thanks Jeb,

As you were, thank you Sir.

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