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Friday, October 22, 2021

Removed Dallas Robert E. Lee Statue Now on Display at West Texas Resort

A statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee that the city of Dallas removed from a park and later sold in an online auction is now on display at a golf resort in West Texas. 

The bronze sculpture, which was removed from the Dallas park in September 2017, is now at the Lajitas Golf Resort in Terlingua, Texas, the Houston Chronicle reported.

7 comments:

  1. The statue sold for roughly 25% of its appraised value. This is how the smart get rich and the idiot political class squander America's fortune. Good job Dallas.

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  2. In the end, it will still be ordered destroyed. Honoring evil Ypipo is just so like, bad.

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  3. 27,000 acre resort with its own airport. They'll fly you in from anywhere in Texas. That is some destination! They have a Help Wanted posted on their website. Maybe CBP has been busy. Four miles from the border, I wonder if they have their own tunnel too.

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    1. The airport is 4 miles from the border. The resort is on the river, so it's about 100 yards from Mexico. Not much illegal invader problem there since it sits in the middle of a desert. Truly feels like the end of the world. I like it.

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    2. If I am interpreting your comment correctly, I suppose you think reparations is a good idea as well? If I misinterpreted your comment, I apologize in advance.

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  4. You don't like it, don't play golf there....otherwise, STFU....

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  5. Having the statue remain in Texas is good, since one of Lee's pre-war commands was what became the 2nd Cavalry.

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