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robert e lee statue removed

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the chopped it up ewe. blacks destroying history still.
 

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the chopped it up ewe. blacks destroying history still.
Put it in front of the Arlington mansion or at one of the National Military Parks....maybe Petersburg....or Gettysburg, in the middle of Pickett's Charge area.
 
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Put it in front of the Arlington mansion or at one of the National Military Parks....maybe Petersburg....or Gettysburg, in the middle of Pickett's Charge area.
might be a good idea.
 

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This is great news.

They can preserve history in a more appropriate place.
 

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Another "victory" for Black Lives Matter Yay! Suppressing American history one statue at a time. :113:
I'm sorry to hear that you forget American history so easily. May I suggest a library or a museum or a National Military Park like Gettysburg or Petersburg or Vicksburg or Antietam (I've been to all and they are very informative)
 

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This is great news.

They can preserve history in a more appropriate place.

Not now they can't. It says they cut it up. I support them removing Confederate monuments from the public areas, especially around court houses and such but they should NOT destroy them.

You can find somewhere appropriate for them. Even as simply art, art is permitted to be offensive.
 

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Not now they can't. It says they cut it up. I support them removing Confederate monuments from the public areas, especially around court houses and such but they should NOT destroy them.

You can find somewhere appropriate for them. Even as simply art, art is permitted to be offensive.
They should be in museums.
 

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Which would be fine. Cutting it up wasn't.
It was too tall to transport, so they had to seperate the upper body from the horse to manuver the 21 ft tall statue under electric lines and underpasses and such. When the two pieces were seperated, they found, as expected, that it was full of shit.
 

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the chopped it up ewe. blacks destroying history still.

Gov Blackface taking a stand against the democrat Party's racist past

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Can you imagine the reaction if this were Donald Trump in blackface?
 
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Sounds good to me, it doesn't belong at the center of town. Really glad they went through the system and did it the right way instead of going in with anarchy. I hope they find a quite place out of the way to put it: we definitely need reminders of history, otherwise we'll forget and maybe doubt that it happened.
 

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MarcATL Yeah right that's their goal, to "preserve" the history they are destroying. :auiqs.jpg:
 
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the chopped it up ewe. blacks destroying history still.
How are we destroying history?
 

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All democrats now and in US history, including the current dems in congress, Obama, Biden, etc., should be removed from all positions of authority, should lose any jobs and should be expunged from history because of the democrat connections to slavery and Jim Crow.
This in standing with current democrat illogic as all context is disallowed.
 

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All democrats now and in US history, including the current dems in congress, Obama, Biden, etc., should be removed from all positions of authority, should lose any jobs and should be expunged from history because of the democrat connections to slavery and Jim Crow.
This in standing with current democrat illogic as all context is disallowed.
You are certainly allowed to believe that no matter how goofy it might be.
 

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They couldn't risk it surviving to potentially re-infect the minds of the chirren. They chopped it up immediately after removing it. I wonder when they'll do the same for Jefferson and Lincoln? This was never about leftover hate from the Confederacy. The same groups were trashing Frederick Douglass FFS.
 

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All democrats now and in US history, including the current dems in congress, Obama, Biden, etc., should be removed from all positions of authority, should lose any jobs and should be expunged from history because of the democrat connections to slavery and Jim Crow.
This in standing with current democrat illogic as all context is disallowed.
You need to read history. The actual history not a history that omits crucial details.
"Eric Rauchway, professor of American history at the University of California, Davis, pins the transition to the turn of the 20th century, when a highly influential Democrat named William Jennings Bryan blurred party lines by emphasizing the government's role in ensuring social justice through expansions of federal power — traditionally, a Republican stance. "
 

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