Thursday, April 18, 2013



To the Editor:
I love the hypocrisy of the liberals who post on's forums. While on the one hand they praise Alabama`s major cities which, are in the South, they as a whole condemn the rest of the South for slavery & segregation.
No one alive today has ever been a slave on a plantation or master of a plantation. Most of those who were old enough to hold positions of power & dictate policies under segregation are dead & gone. The majority of the living            today was born since then.
Very, very few of the living today ever had to live through either of those periods of time yet they continue to beat the dead horse of slavery which, is 150 years in the past & segregation which is 50 years behind us. All while there are an estimated 30 million people in the world today which are still slaves in Africa & other 3rd world countries.
They do nothing about this but continue to worry over a done deal in the South stinking up the place with their hypocrisy. It's O.K. to remember those times & for everyone to honor them as they see fit however, always remembering they are the past & a part of history.
Those that hate the South in general & the State of Alabama in particular I would remind you that as a state Alabama alone has made great strides since those times socially & economically. Alabama has influenced such companies as Mercedes, Honda, Hundai & most recently Airbus to located plants here. We are doing great compared to the Rust Belt states so, the South is rising again.
So instead of these liberal naysayers & ne`er - do - wells accentuating the positives in this state & the South they remain the ones living in the past with all their negativism & always looking back & never forward. When they free the 30 million slaves in the world today then we will all be impressed by them & their "superior intellect & knowledge."
They will then have the time to beat the dead horse of slavery & segregation in the South & then catch up with the rest of us by solving a problem which was answered years ago.

Billy E. Price
Ashville, Al.