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Forum Post: The Last Stand of the Confederacy

Posted 10 years ago on Oct. 6, 2013, 9:12 a.m. EST by equibble (34) from East Point, GA
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In 1836, less than 200 Texians, mostly immigrants from the United States, defended the Alamo and gave recruits cause and Sam Houston time to raise an army to make good on the sacrifice of those who fought for the return of legal slavery to Texas.

'1830: Mexican president Anastasio Bustamante orders the abolition of slavery to be implemented also in Mexican Texas. To circumvent the law, many Anglo colonists convert their slaves into "indentured servants for life".' - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abolition_of_slavery_timeline

The difference between the battle of the Alamo and the Tea Party's last stand in defense of health care rationed to only the rich and their principal servants is that not all the Texian cons were in the Alamo.



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[-] 3 points by equibble (34) from East Point, GA 10 years ago

are we there yet?

[-] 2 points by agkaiser (2516) from Fredericksburg, TX 10 years ago

And they weren't supported by Koch addiction.