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Re: Taylor - Lower Muscogee
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your way of twisting and contorting what i say while at the same time contradicting your own statements shows a serious flaw in your character and you should be ashamed of your vanity.
Prove to who? Do you not understand that i have these documents in hand? Do you not understand that i have actual photographs, and marriage certificates of my ancestors? Did you not read the exact names of the towns where my ancestors established roots? The name Tay Lor is found in the Rolls as plain as day for all eyes to see. These arent Myths. There is no disputing this. Again i ask you, PROVE TO WHO?
You sir hold no authority over me.
For you to assume that my intent is recognition, or acceptance from YOU is arrogant on your part. How high above the clouds is your perch exactly?
My goal isnt acceptance into your bosom, or even the government's recognition of my war torn ancestors. And if you believe that the south was a safe haven for the indians prior to the early 1900's you should research your history with a non biased and skeptical point of view.
And as i trace my roots, with an unbiased and skeptical perspective, i will imagine you, HIGH above the clouds on your rotten perch, denying your true ancestors, looking for links to hollywood daytime television, accepting your Stedman, while denying the family that you RAN AND HID FROM, the brothers and sistors of your ancestors, while you left the BUBBLING WATERS and COWERED in fear of extermination.
And let it be known that through history, my ancestors may have been misled when they followed a SHOOTING STAR into battle, but yours were even more misled as they followed a demon into the PASTURE.
Good Day CornSilk. I will see you there.