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4.18.2012

What is this hanging in State Capitol?

14 comments:

daniels said...

That's the Texian revolutionary flag flown over the Battle of Goliad. Why it's hanging there in the state capitol is a mystery however.

Anonymous said...

The flag used at Goliad, celebrating the signing of the Declaration of Independence.

Rage

Anonymous said...

It looks like a Pirate Arm....jus sayin

Anonymous said...

The Shroud of Austin?

Double Fake Baby Jesus

Anonymous said...

It's a "JUSTICE FOR TRAYQWAN" flag.

Anonymous said...

One can only hope.

Anonymous said...

They always say if ya hang 'em in the front it keeps 'em out of the back.

Anonymous said...

Looks like a peeled, ready-to eat shrimp on a flag to me.

Anonymous said...

Maybe an we don't fund school flag

Anonymous said...

Maybe some senator is on vacation and some sweaty janitor is hangin her shirt to dry!

Anonymous said...

Capital.

The Backdoor Intruder

Seymore said...

Spilling at the Starbuck's.

Anonymous said...

Sharia Law flag.

Katy Anders said...

I was at the State Capitol on Friday, and I was surprised by the odd assortment of things hanging in the reps' windows, too.

Lots of large animal heads mounted on the walls, as well as assorted historical flags, messages, and images.

Maybe I should have gone around taking pictures. There was bound to be something controversial up there, although for the Texas legislature, what would that be?