Perhaps my threshold of "exactly" is a wee bit higher than yours? Yeah, that's the ticket.
the links you think support your lie are spoken by 2 political commentators who have absolutely ZERO to do with any decision making process....
not even an honest try...just more of the bovine excrement you manufacture every day,,,,
Just as it was in 2004, the only people talking about seceding are a few wack nuts - back then it was wack nut Dems, today it is wack nut Repubs.
There is no difference.
No state has asked to secede today. Not one.
You are trying to ignore the obvious comparison - a group of upset losers in 2004 bandied about the idea of secession, the EXACT same thing that is happening now.
To not recognize it or to brush it aside because of the link I chose (if I found 100 other links that PROVE there were Dems talking about it, would that suffice your little brain?) is just fear of admitting your hypocrisy.
The facts - there were sore losers in the Democrat Party in 2004 who spoke about the idea of secession, and there were sore losers in the Republican Party in 2012 who did the same thing.
Take of your Obama-ite glasses and open your eyes.
You need a link, or are you too high to type tonight?
http://mrctv.org/node/118379On November 5, 2004, MSNBC's O' Donnell appeared on a panel hosted by the McLaughlin Group and said a "serious discussion on secession" would begin shortly after President Bush's re-election and last for 20 years.
This segment was filmed just three days after the 2004 Presidential Elections.
Beg to differ. And gaining speed....
....and the best part....wait for it....LOL....
"Texas is not only leading with signatures, it is the only state whose governor has actually pondered the idea of seceding from the United States of America."
Don't mess with Texas. Lots of nut-jobs in Texas. Let 'em join Mexico! Gives new meaning to tex-mex food.
Last edited by slapshot; 11-16-2012 at 07:14 PM.
This is precious, apparently the Texas secession is "picking up steam."
I managed to watch the whole thing. A warning to anyone else who attempts this feat, it starts with "Howdy y'all" and still manages to get dumber from there.Enough Texans have signed a petition to secede that the White House must issue a response.
Larry Scott Kilgore, a perennial Republican candidate from Arlington, a Dallas suburb, said he was running for governor in 2014 and would legally change his name to Larry Secede Kilgore, with Secede in capital letters. As his Web page, secedekilgore.com, puts it: “Secession! All other issues can be dealt with later.”
Quite frankly, an independent Texas would be a third world country within a week.
"This comes as other petitioners, equally sick of the secessionist nonsense, have asked Obama to deport everyone that signed a petition to withdraw their state from the United States of America or strip the citizenship from everyone who signed a petition to secede and exile them."
Very interesting. The libtards are perfectly happy with 12 million illegal aliens living in these states, many who are enjoying government benefits courtesy of taxpaying citizens, and yet they want to eject about a hundred thousand legal Texas residents for signing the petition? Sounds like some people in Austin really want to live in old Mexico, pure and simple.
Bye Texas. I doubt you'll be missed very much.
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