Wednesday, November 2, 2016

The Confederacy Under Attack-- Part 376: What About Those D.C. Confederate Memorials?

**  There are still six Confederate Memorials around Washington, D.C.  How's that possible?

They are:

1.  The Mary Surratt House  (But I always thought that was more involved with the assassination.)

2.  Rebel graves at Arlington National Cemetery.  (Which is on the grounds of Robert E. lee's former house.)

3.  Lee's Arlington House (at the National Cemetery)

4.  Confederate statues in the U.S. Capitol's National Statuary Hall.

5.  Rockville's Thing Gray Line (honoring Confederate soldiers from that town).

6.  Lee-Jackson windows at  the National Cathedral.

The author obviously wants all removed.  Let's see, at a million bucks apiece, the author will have to come up with some serious dough.  Remember, since we can't possibly win in the courts or with politicians, any Confederate memorial eliminated or moved should cost the offenders a million dollars each.

--Old Secesh

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