I still don’t quite understand how a city of Southerners can discriminate against themselves, but logic probably isn’t a top priority when you are marketing to the fringes of society. The other question is why did the designers choose to substitute the First National for the Confederate battle flag?
Dixie Outfitters Cashes In on Lexington
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