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Oct 09, 2014


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Phoenix Woman

Just wait till he posts endorsements from Nathan Bedford Forrest.

Phoenix Woman

And the name of the Duke boys' favorite car? The "General Lee", of course. Which sported the Confederate Battle Flag.

By the way, the Confederate Battle Flag and other Confederacy-evoking symbols weren't commonly waved around for decades after the end of the Civil War; decent people wouldn't allow it. It wasn't until the various enforcers of institutionalized racism started their fight against civil rights that there was this movement in the late 1950s and early 1960s to put either the Battle Flag or the Stars and Bars into each of the Deep South's state flags.

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