Back in the 1970's, there was an inexplicable pop-culture trend which glorified some of the less-savory aspects of Southern culture, with films such as Smokey and the Bandit, and Moonrunners, and Deliverance celebrating such aspects of Southern culture as distilling illegal whisky, bootlegging, and backwoods atrocities. This pop-culture trend, beginning with "outlaw country music" and continuing with films, ended up on the small screen with the release of the television show The Dukes of Hazzard, a sanitized "reboot" of Moonrunners that was explicitly marketed as "family friendly" entertainment (I know, right, a kids' show about bootlegging moonshine?).
The Dukes of Hazzard was noted for two features- Catherine Bach's long, long legs/short, short shorts combo, and a candy-apple red 1969 Dodge Charger with a roof emblazoned with the the battle flag of the Army of Northern Virginia and dubbed the General Lee.
One of the "General Lee" models was purchased by professional golfer Bubba Watson, who now wants to paint over the "Confederate flag" on the car's roof. Mr Watson wants to paint an American flag over the TiDoS rag, but I think he should paint a rainbow flag on the roof of the car.
He should then change the name of the car from "The General Lee" to "The Stonewall Jackson".