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Texas Secession to be Reviewed by White House

Libs_Are_UsefulIdiots Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 9:46 AM
Joining Louisiana now are Arizona, Oklahoma, Arkansas, South Carolina, Georgia, Missouri, Tennessee, Michigan, New York, Colorado, Oregon, New Jersey, North Dakota, Montana, Indiana, Mississippi, Kentucky, Florida, North Carolina, Alabama and Texas. The Louisiana petition, which has served as a pattern for many of the new states, reads as follows: “We petition the Obama administration to: Peacefully grant the State of Louisiana to withdraw from the United States of America and create its own NEW government.”
Libs_Are_UsefulIdiots Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 9:47 AM
Which of course, raises the question ....

Why would so many of these states vote overwhelming for Obozo, and then want to secede.

OR, did all those supposedly liberal states actually VOTE FOR that POS Marxist who occupies our White House?
Libs_Are_UsefulIdiots Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 9:50 AM
But then...

Poll watcher sees Romney ballots changed
Witness to voting says he monitored as software redirected choices


Up to 10 percent of the ballots cast at a polling station in Pennsylvania reverted to a default, which gave Barack Obama a vote no matter who the voter had selected, according to a poll watcher who was a witness to the proceedings.
RufusTFirefly Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 10:06 AM
Lib is a useful idiot .. use the math. A very, very small percentage is interested in secession. More than these few voted in the general election and were outvoted by those for Obama. Does it make sense now?
Illbay Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 10:07 AM
Look carefully. Obama didn't take PA, VA, OH, FL or WI by much.

The problem we have is that we are pretty much divided 50/50, and it has been that way now since Bill Clinton took office - two terms served with a PLURALITY of the popular vote, never a majority.

Something has got to give.
Becca in TX Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 11:18 AM
If you look at the county-by-county map, the majority of those states are red-the population centers are blue. The low income types tend to live in the urban areas, so it seems as though the low-income class is choosing the government for the rest of the country.

The idea of Texas seceding from the Union is a long time joke, but a secession petition on WhiteHouse.gov has received enough signatures to be seriously reviewed by the White House.
 

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This isn't quite the equivalent of the Declaration of Independence, but in the digital age, you could say it's similar.

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