About sixty plus people gathered inside the First White House of the Confederacy today to celebrate the 203rd Anniversary of the birth of Jefferson Davis.
State Senator Dick Brewbaker spoke briefly about Jefferson Davis, and how he always tried to do what was best for his Country and for the South. Dick brought it home to us by reminding us that we all need to do what we can in order to ensure the best that a People can do for their Country.
He reminded us that we can all VOTE. And we can all take an interest in our local, State and National Government. That is what Jefferson Davis did, and we revere him for it. He was a man of principal and was willing to stand for the hard right against the easy wrong.
Senator Brewbaker challenged and encouraged us. It was a great day for the First White House and I am sure that President Davis would be pleased!