Originally Posted by Lonely Stranger
I live in Tennessee and I see atleast 10 a day..I personally dont like them but when they tried to get them banned from schools(Dixie Outfitters shirts) and they argued to ban FUBU(For Us By Us)
that website is scary. didn't even know that it existed.
Our Southern heritage is under attack! Today we are not just fighting for the confederate flag, we are fighting for the very survival of our Southern heritage and culture. Some politicians and special interest groups who would benefit from causing racial strife and division have chosen our Southern heritage as their target.
The NAACP and the politically correct forces are no longer content with removing our symbols from government buildings; they now want to stop our children from wearing them to school and seek to ban sales of all Confederate merchandise in our retail stores.
In December 2002, mall management evicted vendors within only 48 hours notice who were selling Dixie Outfitters and Dixie Girls merchandise in Alabama, Tennessee and Mississippi, following threats from the NAACP!
In response to this violation of our freedoms, we have formed a Dixie Girls/Dixie Outfitters Legal Team. The purpose of this team is to seek justice for our company, our vendors, our customers, and our Southern heritage via the legal system. This team is composed of excellent lawyers, public relations experts and advisors with the highest credentials in our Southern heritage community.
You can help in our fight for justice. We ask you to join in our legal team today and help support Dixie Girls and Dixie Outfitters. Choose the participation level that you can afford and call us toll-free at 1-866-916-5866 to place your order. All profits from the sale of these member packets will be used for payment of the legal and public relations costs incurred in the fight to protect our Southern heritage from those who seek to destroy it.
"All that is necessary for the forces of evil to win is that good men do nothing." --Edmund Burke
Join the fight today! Fight them at every opportunity! The future of the South is in our hands!
--Best regards, Dewey W. Barber