Minnesota doesn’t seem to have one, and now Maine has gone and set the bar high with Ballad of the 20th Maine.
Some of the Republican snowflakes in that state are unhappy, though.
“I am a lover of history and especially a lover of the civil war period and regardless of what side people fought on, they were fighting for something they truly believed in,” Reed said, according to the Beacon. “Many of them were great Christian men on both sides. They fought hard and they were fighting for states’ rights as they saw them.”
Correction: slavery. They were fighting for slavery. Also, as the song say, “Go straight to hell with your rebel yell, we are the boys of Maine!”
You know, it seems to me you could make the same argument that the Nazis were Christians who were fighting for something they truly believed in.