Fluvanna heroes

Our little Confederate monument honors our Fluvanna heroes as well as the 300,000 plus southern boys and men who died fighting for their homes, their families, their beliefs and their agrarian way of life. All of that was swept away by the armies of Abraham Lincoln, the author of the Emancipation Proclamation. Putting what is essentially a monument to Lincoln in our little park would be sacrilege to say the least. Our boys in gray would roll over in their graves. I would sooner see every part of the monument and park rolled down the hill and into the Rivanna River where it would be safe, until a time when politically correct cultural cleansing had stopped and Virginians have returned to their senses. Tourists come to Virginia (with their dollars) to see Confederate history, with all its glory… and its faults.

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