Michael Peroutka Elected to the League of the South Board of Directors

Michael Peroutka, who was the Constitution Party’s 2004 nominee for President, spoke at the League of the South’s National Convention on Friday the 21st. Peroutka, who is a lawyer, spoke on “The Case Against Case Law.” It was announced at the Convention that Mr. Peroutka has been elected as the newest member of the League of the South Board of Directors.

8 thoughts on “Michael Peroutka Elected to the League of the South Board of Directors

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  2. RedPhillips Post author

    It has been brought to my attention that Mr. Peroutka was elected to the Board by the Board, rather than appointed. I have corrected the title.

  3. A.J.

    A defender of the Constitution can’t also be a Confederate sympathizer. Which is it, Mr. Peroutka?

  4. Krzysztof Lesiak

    @A.J.

    You’re a fucking moron. I’m a Confederate sympathizer, 100% against statist mass murder Abe Lincoln, who’s lionized as a hero in politically correct textbooks today and it utterly disgusts me. Read Thomas J. DiLorenzo’s books, The Real Lincoln and the follow-up Lincoln Unmasked if you really believe the myth you’ve been spoon-fed by “our” government in public indoctrination camps.

    Guess who else is a Confederate sympathizer? Dr. Ron Paul, the Champion of the Constitution.

  5. Andy

    “Krzysztof Lesiak // Jun 24, 2013 at 7:46 pm

    @A.J.

    You’re a fucking moron. I’m a Confederate sympathizer, 100% against statist mass murder Abe Lincoln, who’s lionized as a hero in politically correct textbooks today and it utterly disgusts me.”

    The mainstream historical account of the Civil War which glorifies Lincoln and demonizes the Confederacy is not accurate, but having said this, the Confederacy was not perfect either.

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