In the following email, CSA Constitutional Court Justice Dennis Joyce pleads with the other leaders of the Confederacy to meet with him in a cheap motel to discuss the CSA's future:
From: Dennis Joyce
Subject: RE: CSA Government " LETS GETTER DONE".
To: "'Craig Maus'" , "'Vance Beaudreau'"
Cc: "'Richard Borris'" , email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, Potholeontheroad@aol.com, "'Nathan B. Dozier'" , "'Michael Martin'" , "'mferrara'" , email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, "'Joseph Gresham'" , email@example.com, "'csaspringfield'" , firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Friday, September 17, 2010, 9:59 PM
In my humble opinion, we need to ascertain just what has been accomplished to date.
As I understand it, the Federation of Sates and CSAgov sites are down. That, effectively, destroys our ability to communicate. Failure to respond to correspondence further blackens our eye. Southern gentlemen always respond, whether they like it or not.
I do not believe we can raise the funds necessary to hold a meeting in a motel although most of us can afford a night or two for lodging. Any meeting would have to be held at a venue that is free or extremely low cost, such as a library meeting room. It should be held in the approximate center of the Confederacy so all have a, roughly, equal transportation expense. Tennessee or Mississippi would be the ideal.
I’m open to any suggestions.