Losers in 1865 losers in 1945 losers in 2017 shirt

Losers in 1865 losers in 1945 losers in 2017 shirt

Confederates lost in 1865 and the Nazis lost in 1945. It’s 2017. Pathetic  Losers in 1865 losers in 1945 losers in 2017 shirt. This day from the past, April 21st, is the 111th day of the year 2017in the Gregorian calendar. There are 254 days remaining until the end of this year. The day of the week is Friday Rome founded. According to tradition, on April 21, 753 B.C., Romulus and his twin brother, Remus, found Rome on the site where they were suckled by a she-wolf as orphaned infants. Actually, the Romulus and Remus myth originated sometime in the fourth century B.C.

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Losers in 1865 losers in 1945 losers in 2017 tank top
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Losers in 1865 losers in 1945 losers in 2017 youth shirt
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They were Losers in 1865 losers in 1945 losers in 2017 shirt as well as liars. The CSA was formed to protect the Southern economy through the continuation of slavery. Period. End of discussion. As always, when things aren’t right, follow the money. n this country we can do a lot better! A lot ! May under the grace of God may we never never go back to the racist history of Jim Crow laws,to do so means lives fought for all would have died in vain , we have come too far, my mom told me in the years 1942- 1945 when she worked at Goodyear Aircraft as a Rosie the Riveter she would see in public places all over Akron ” whites only.

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Losers in 1865 losers in 1945 losers in 2017 hoodie
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I must say the Losers in 1865 losers in 1945 losers in 2017 shirt had better flags in 1865 and 1945 – that frog is a terrible logo. The nazis had movie designers create their cool black uniforms. If today’s fascists want respect  they had better  work on their costumes. White golf shirts and red hats are not the way to go. This is going to cost Tennessee taxpayers a ton of money to fight an issue that affects virtually nobody. Further, they’re caterwauling about “States Rights.” That argument was a colossal, costly loser in 1865, and it just makes us look stupid today.

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