Discussion in 'Politics' started by Bro, Nov 13, 2012.
After texas secedes I want all you Texas immigrants out of my country.
That'd be so cool.
Ive wanted Texas out of the mountains for years. I think we need to build a fence
New Mexico went to Obama... they can go fuck themselves too.
Texas wants to leave and become an official part of Mexico?
new york and nj want to secede too. where are we gonna go?
also nys wants to secede from the US, but NYC wants to secede from NYS; Brooklyn wants to secede from LI; Queens doesn't want to be left all alone with Manhattan and The Bronx because nobody remembers they exist now and it can only get worse if Brooklyn and Manhattan leave. Now if NYC leaves, nobody else wants us, so where do we go? Canada? Noooooooo!
20 states have filed petitions to secede because Obama was re-elected. If any of them get 25,000 or more signatures Obama has to formally address the request. Texas is almost there now.
Drama queens. You lost, take it like a man.
Brooklyn can become a sovereign nation of hipsters who's national anthem is an obscure Animal Collective song.
(I kid, I like Brooklyn...and Animal Collective)
problem is, they want to take it with them.
Bro neglected to tell you there are like 16 other states with petitions. Is this just more Texas hate?
Brooklyn tries to secede and form a new state along with LI every decade or so. They collect signatures and make noise, and then someone reminds them it has to be ratified by all the other states. Brooklyn can't get 10 people in a room to agree so they have to hope of getting 50 states to agree.
No, Tx is leading the pack with volume of signatures. Also this is probably the last time they will ever have a shot at it: Obama makes all the illegal Mexicans in Tx legal voters and they will become the majority ethnic voting group in Tx overnight.
Actually at latest count there are 30 states with petitions. threads like these are made to harrass and piss me off.
but then there will be no tex-mex food.
i aint going anywhere.
Perry is Quoted as saying that he would consider seceding.