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July 4, 2015 -- The guy who owns the 1969 Dodge Charger driven by the Duke cousins in the 1980s TV show The Dukes of Hazzard says he will paint over the signature Confederate flag on the car's top.

Watson is a professional golfer who paid $110,000 for the car in 2012.

Watson effectively announced he was joining the cacophony of anti-Southern culture hatred and bigotry on Facebook.

• A key element in cultural genocide is demonizing then displacing icons and symbols. The predatory left frequently uses the power of the media to employ disinformation then peer pressure to convince us to contradict our values.

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Two-time Masters champion Bubba Watson is stripping the General Lee of its Confederate flag.

The Milton High alum and Dukes of Hazzard fan made the announcement via Twitter on Thursday, writing that "All men ARE created equal, I believe that so I will be painting the American flag over the roof of the General Lee #USA."

Watson became the proud owner of the General Lee 01 in 2012 after spending $110,000 at auction to win the iconic orange 1969 Dodge Charger used by the Duke boys in the popular 80s TV show "Dukes of Hazzard."

In January Watson got the car autographed by Bo Duke himself, actor John Schneider.

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  1. What an AH.He paid all that money for the car because of it's history and now he;s going to deface it.I hope he needs money one day and it is all he has left to sell and no one wants it because he ruined it.

  2. And to think his name is Bubba. There is no one General Lee. Over the course of the series more than 100 different 1969 Dodge Chargers were used, all with the same color scheme.