Not you, specifically, general you.
I don't find them offensive. But, I am not an African American, whose ancestors were forced to come here as slaves and then bought and sold as property. I don't see them as symbols of oppression or of "white pride" or superiority. I see them as part of the history of the area and state in which I live.
I don't the symbols to be appropriated by the bigoted and hatefilled Nazis, and I think we need to be sensitive to the feelings of a good portion of our minority people, who do find these symbols painful. So, if city and state legislatures vote to take them down, I guess that's that.
Buy, I have never been one for getting rid of symbols and memorials, especially in places where the battles actually took place. If we must, then let's put them in museums. Good or bad, this happened.