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Posted: 6/19/2016 4:08:43 PM EDT

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2016/jun/19/texas-secession-movement-brexit-eu-referendum?CMP=share_btn_tw

The arguments are fundamentally identical, he insists. "You could take ‘Britain’ out and replace it with ‘Texas’. You could take ‘EU’ out and replace it with ‘US’. You could take ‘Brussels’ out and replace it with ‘Washington DC’. You could give you guys a nice Texas drawl and no one would know any different. So much of it is exactly the same.”

"At a cultural and spiritual level there are a lot of similarities. A fiercely independent spirit. Keep calm and carry on. The stoicism. There’s a sense that when you’re pushed, you don’t just crumple like yesterday’s newspaper, you stand up for what you believe in,” he says. "We are easygoing, we are friendly, but when our core values and principles are threatened, we don’t take kindly to it.”
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Link Posted: 6/19/2016 4:15:05 PM EDT
those people are idiots.
Link Posted: 6/19/2016 4:16:35 PM EDT
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The arguments for secession are the same here as they are in the EU. Most people in the US refuse to acknowledge that - even those who are in favor of a Brexit will scoff, belittle, and fight to their dying breath against those who mention it in a favorable light here in the USA.

ETA - see the post above mine.
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Originally Posted By DaveyDug:
The arguments for secession are the same here as they are in the EU. Most people in the US refuse to acknowledge that - even those who are in favor of a Brexit will scoff, belittle, and fight to their dying breath against those who mention it in a favorable light here in the USA.
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Aside from the European Union government not being analogous to the Federal government and Britain not being analogous to any State in the US, it's a perfect analogy.
Link Posted: 6/19/2016 4:21:01 PM EDT
For that to happen, Texas would have to be able to function as an autonomous entity.

If ever there were to be a Balkanization, it would have to be groups of states.
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For that to happen, Texas would have to be able to function as an autonomous entity.

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Texas is one of the few that would be able to so function, though it would be a bit rough at first as certain things would have to be whomped up almost totally from scratch. Like a Navy.
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Originally Posted By 1Andy2:



Aside from the European Union government not being analogous to the Federal government and Britain not being analogous to any State in the US, it's a perfect analogy.
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Originally Posted By 1Andy2:
Originally Posted By DaveyDug:
The arguments for secession are the same here as they are in the EU. Most people in the US refuse to acknowledge that - even those who are in favor of a Brexit will scoff, belittle, and fight to their dying breath against those who mention it in a favorable light here in the USA.



Aside from the European Union government not being analogous to the Federal government and Britain not being analogous to any State in the US, it's a perfect analogy.

Give it some time. The EU will eventually strip the European nations of their sovereignty exactly as the federal government did to the states here.

Don't forget that the USA started out as independent nations that agreed to form a union. The founders never intended the federal government to be calling all the shots.
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Originally Posted By DaveyDug:
The arguments for secession are the same here as they are in the EU. Most people in the US refuse to acknowledge that - even those who are in favor of a Brexit will scoff, belittle, and fight to their dying breath against those who mention it in a favorable light here in the USA.

ETA - see the post above mine.
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Historically European countries have been sovereign nations. Except for a brief historical period Texas has been a part of the U.S. I've had those fuck faces ask me to sign petitions at gun shows.
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Texas is one of the few that would be able to so function, though it would be a bit rough at first as certain things would have to be whomped up almost totally from scratch. Like a Navy.
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Originally Posted By 1Andy2:
Originally Posted By GreenBastard:
For that to happen, Texas would have to be able to function as an autonomous entity.

If ever there were to be a Balkanization, it would have to be groups of states.



Texas is one of the few that would be able to so function, though it would be a bit rough at first as certain things would have to be whomped up almost totally from scratch. Like a Navy.

There would still have to be trade coalitions, there'd be arguments over water, port access, what resources they can use in the Gulf (fishing, gas, oil, etc).

They'd be 'stealing' a lot away from the union and you don't do that without a couple of SEC states to back you up.
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Texas is one of the few that would be able to so function, though it would be a bit rough at first as certain things would have to be whomped up almost totally from scratch. Like a Navy.
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Originally Posted By 1Andy2:
Originally Posted By GreenBastard:
For that to happen, Texas would have to be able to function as an autonomous entity.

If ever there were to be a Balkanization, it would have to be groups of states.



Texas is one of the few that would be able to so function, though it would be a bit rough at first as certain things would have to be whomped up almost totally from scratch. Like a Navy.

Texas is on the federal tit as much as the other 49
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That's profoundly retarded.
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If any single state could it would be Texas, Hawaii or Alaska.
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Originally Posted By GreenBastard:

There would still have to be trade coalitions, there'd be arguments over water, port access, what resources they can use in the Gulf (fishing, gas, oil, etc).

They'd be 'stealing' a lot away from the union and you don't do that without a couple of SEC states to back you up.
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Originally Posted By GreenBastard:
Originally Posted By 1Andy2:
Originally Posted By GreenBastard:
For that to happen, Texas would have to be able to function as an autonomous entity.

If ever there were to be a Balkanization, it would have to be groups of states.



Texas is one of the few that would be able to so function, though it would be a bit rough at first as certain things would have to be whomped up almost totally from scratch. Like a Navy.

There would still have to be trade coalitions, there'd be arguments over water, port access, what resources they can use in the Gulf (fishing, gas, oil, etc).

They'd be 'stealing' a lot away from the union and you don't do that without a couple of SEC states to back you up.



Most of those aren't a measure of Texas' inability to function autonomously.

Taiwan operates just fine without the rest of China telling it what to do. When the rest of China conquers it, won't be because Taiwan was no longer able to operate autonomously.
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Originally Posted By ryann:

Texas is on the federal tit as much as the other 49
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Originally Posted By ryann:
Originally Posted By 1Andy2:
Originally Posted By GreenBastard:
For that to happen, Texas would have to be able to function as an autonomous entity.

If ever there were to be a Balkanization, it would have to be groups of states.



Texas is one of the few that would be able to so function, though it would be a bit rough at first as certain things would have to be whomped up almost totally from scratch. Like a Navy.

Texas is on the federal tit as much as the other 49



No it isn't. Texas gets back less than it gives.
Link Posted: 6/19/2016 4:32:09 PM EDT
I'd like California to secede.
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Originally Posted By 1Andy2:



Most of those aren't a measure of Texas' inability to function autonomously.

Taiwan operates just fine without the rest of China telling it what to do. When the rest of China conquers it, won't be because Taiwan was no longer able to operate autonomously.
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Originally Posted By 1Andy2:
Originally Posted By GreenBastard:
Originally Posted By 1Andy2:
Originally Posted By GreenBastard:
For that to happen, Texas would have to be able to function as an autonomous entity.

If ever there were to be a Balkanization, it would have to be groups of states.



Texas is one of the few that would be able to so function, though it would be a bit rough at first as certain things would have to be whomped up almost totally from scratch. Like a Navy.

There would still have to be trade coalitions, there'd be arguments over water, port access, what resources they can use in the Gulf (fishing, gas, oil, etc).

They'd be 'stealing' a lot away from the union and you don't do that without a couple of SEC states to back you up.



Most of those aren't a measure of Texas' inability to function autonomously.

Taiwan operates just fine without the rest of China telling it what to do. When the rest of China conquers it, won't be because Taiwan was no longer able to operate autonomously.

Operating autonomously and utilizing the resources in and around your borders are kind of the same thing.

I doubt the remaining US states would be so generous with Texas using their gulf oil resources, shipping lanes, rivers, etc.

What I'm saying is that there would be coalition governments of adjacent states for this to work--and they'd still have to have some commonality (like trade, a somewhat shared continental army, etc.).
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Originally Posted By 1Andy2:



No it isn't. Texas gets back less than it gives.
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Originally Posted By ryann:
Originally Posted By 1Andy2:
Originally Posted By GreenBastard:
For that to happen, Texas would have to be able to function as an autonomous entity.

If ever there were to be a Balkanization, it would have to be groups of states.



Texas is one of the few that would be able to so function, though it would be a bit rough at first as certain things would have to be whomped up almost totally from scratch. Like a Navy.

Texas is on the federal tit as much as the other 49



No it isn't. Texas gets back less than it gives.

Source?
Link Posted: 6/19/2016 4:36:50 PM EDT
From your lips... erm, fingers, to God's ear. Leave DC to pay for their own socialist welfare state.

Tho the last time some states tried to go solo & told DC to fuck off, things didn't go so well...
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Originally Posted By John_McClane:
From your lips... erm, fingers, to God's ear. Leave DC to pay for their own socialist welfare state.

Tho the last time some states tried to go solo & told DC to fuck off, things didn't go so well...
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I don't think they'd be able to do shit if the country fractured into 5 or 6 coalitions with regional governments.

Pushing in one state's shit, OTOH, wouldn't be hard.

The entire masturbatory fantasy behind this is to decentralize government in this country.

DC doesn't know what's best for people in AL or CO or TX.
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Originally Posted By GreenBastard:

Operating autonomously and utilizing the resources in and around your borders are kind of the same thing.

I doubt the remaining US states would be so generous with Texas using their gulf oil resources, shipping lanes, rivers, etc.

What I'm saying is that there would be coalition governments of adjacent states for this to work--and they'd still have to have some commonality (like trade, a somewhat shared continental army, etc.).
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Originally Posted By GreenBastard:
Originally Posted By 1Andy2:
Originally Posted By GreenBastard:
Originally Posted By 1Andy2:
Originally Posted By GreenBastard:
For that to happen, Texas would have to be able to function as an autonomous entity.

If ever there were to be a Balkanization, it would have to be groups of states.



Texas is one of the few that would be able to so function, though it would be a bit rough at first as certain things would have to be whomped up almost totally from scratch. Like a Navy.

There would still have to be trade coalitions, there'd be arguments over water, port access, what resources they can use in the Gulf (fishing, gas, oil, etc).

They'd be 'stealing' a lot away from the union and you don't do that without a couple of SEC states to back you up.



Most of those aren't a measure of Texas' inability to function autonomously.

Taiwan operates just fine without the rest of China telling it what to do. When the rest of China conquers it, won't be because Taiwan was no longer able to operate autonomously.

Operating autonomously and utilizing the resources in and around your borders are kind of the same thing.

I doubt the remaining US states would be so generous with Texas using their gulf oil resources, shipping lanes, rivers, etc.

What I'm saying is that there would be coalition governments of adjacent states for this to work--and they'd still have to have some commonality (like trade, a somewhat shared continental army, etc.).


I think that's been done before and it didn't really work out too well.
Link Posted: 6/19/2016 4:40:17 PM EDT
Texas isn't leaving.

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Originally Posted By 1Andy2:
Originally Posted By ryann:
Originally Posted By 1Andy2:
Originally Posted By GreenBastard:
For that to happen, Texas would have to be able to function as an autonomous entity.

If ever there were to be a Balkanization, it would have to be groups of states.



Texas is one of the few that would be able to so function, though it would be a bit rough at first as certain things would have to be whomped up almost totally from scratch. Like a Navy.

Texas is on the federal tit as much as the other 49



No it isn't. Texas gets back less than it gives.

Source?



You first.
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Originally Posted By ryann:
Originally Posted By 1Andy2:
Originally Posted By ryann:
Originally Posted By 1Andy2:
Originally Posted By GreenBastard:
For that to happen, Texas would have to be able to function as an autonomous entity.

If ever there were to be a Balkanization, it would have to be groups of states.



Texas is one of the few that would be able to so function, though it would be a bit rough at first as certain things would have to be whomped up almost totally from scratch. Like a Navy.

Texas is on the federal tit as much as the other 49



No it isn't. Texas gets back less than it gives.

Source?


It will be old, since we fell over the line about a year ago. Just too many federal contracts and bases in TX.
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Somebody got the shape of Florida wrong.
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Originally Posted By GreenBastard:
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If Texas seceded today it would be the 13th largest GDP in the world. Most of the state has its own power grid. The state has its own food and meat production. Steel, guns, and electronics are all produced here. I think we could make it.
Link Posted: 6/19/2016 4:48:10 PM EDT
Wait! I think I saw this movie already.
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You did it was Ken Burns Civil War epic. I hate to give away the ending in consideration of those who
may not of seen it..
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Any "nation" that is embarrassed by Texas needs to rethink some things.

Obviously you would be better off without us.

Link Posted: 6/19/2016 4:54:37 PM EDT
Let me move there first.


Link Posted: 6/19/2016 4:55:24 PM EDT
I'd be rather happy to live in the Republic of Texas.

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Any "nation" that is embarrassed by Texas needs to rethink some things.

Obviously you would be better off without us.

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Originally Posted By Federov:
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Any "nation" that is embarrassed by Texas needs to rethink some things.

Obviously you would be better off without us.



It's not "America: 49 states and the kid that takes his ball and goes home"

Ask the south, particularly, Georgia, what happened the last time some uppity states tried that shit

Or are you gonna loose your swarming democrat Austin weirdos on us?
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Originally Posted By DogWizard:


Any "nation" that is embarrassed by Texas needs to rethink some things.

Obviously you would be better off without us.

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Originally Posted By Federov:
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Any "nation" that is embarrassed by Texas needs to rethink some things.

Obviously you would be better off without us.




To be fair, Cornyn is mildly retarded while Pat Toomey is a flaming fucktard.
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Originally Posted By GreenBastard:

Operating autonomously and utilizing the resources in and around your borders are kind of the same thing.

I doubt the remaining US states would be so generous with Texas using their gulf oil resources, shipping lanes, rivers, etc.

What I'm saying is that there would be coalition governments of adjacent states for this to work--and they'd still have to have some commonality (like trade, a somewhat shared continental army, etc.).
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Originally Posted By GreenBastard:
Originally Posted By 1Andy2:
Originally Posted By GreenBastard:
Originally Posted By 1Andy2:
Originally Posted By GreenBastard:
For that to happen, Texas would have to be able to function as an autonomous entity.

If ever there were to be a Balkanization, it would have to be groups of states.



Texas is one of the few that would be able to so function, though it would be a bit rough at first as certain things would have to be whomped up almost totally from scratch. Like a Navy.

There would still have to be trade coalitions, there'd be arguments over water, port access, what resources they can use in the Gulf (fishing, gas, oil, etc).

They'd be 'stealing' a lot away from the union and you don't do that without a couple of SEC states to back you up.



Most of those aren't a measure of Texas' inability to function autonomously.

Taiwan operates just fine without the rest of China telling it what to do. When the rest of China conquers it, won't be because Taiwan was no longer able to operate autonomously.

Operating autonomously and utilizing the resources in and around your borders are kind of the same thing.

I doubt the remaining US states would be so generous with Texas using their gulf oil resources, shipping lanes, rivers, etc.

What I'm saying is that there would be coalition governments of adjacent states for this to work--and they'd still have to have some commonality (like trade, a somewhat shared continental army, etc.).


I would agree with you. If that ball ever got rolling it wouldn't be TX alone, at mInimum it would likely include OK and LA. Regardless, the likelihood of any of that happening will remain around zero for my lifetime at least.
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To be fair, Cornyn is mildly retarded while Pat Toomey is a flaming fucktard.
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Originally Posted By Federov:
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Any "nation" that is embarrassed by Texas needs to rethink some things.

Obviously you would be better off without us.




To be fair, Cornyn is mildly retarded while Pat Toomey is a flaming fucktard.


You ever give a spatula and strainer with a bunch of potatoes to a retard and tell him he's a good chef?

That's what we're doing with Pat Toomey.

We're all proud he's a politician, but really, we just let him pretend he's doing something.

Meanwhile, former Mexican colony Texas has this piece of shit:

Link Posted: 6/19/2016 5:01:32 PM EDT
Heres an intersting source regarding federal dependency:
https://wallethub.com/edu/states-most-least-dependent-on-the-federal-government/2700/

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Originally Posted By Federov:


You ever give a spatula and strainer with a bunch of potatoes to a retard and tell him he's a good chef?

That's what we're doing with Pat Toomey.

We're all proud he's a politician, but really, we just let him pretend he's doing something.

Meanwhile, former Mexican colony Texas has this piece of shit:

https://regularrightguy.files.wordpress.com/2014/07/clown.png?w=547
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Originally Posted By 1Andy2:
Originally Posted By DogWizard:
Originally Posted By Federov:
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Any "nation" that is embarrassed by Texas needs to rethink some things.

Obviously you would be better off without us.




To be fair, Cornyn is mildly retarded while Pat Toomey is a flaming fucktard.


You ever give a spatula and strainer with a bunch of potatoes to a retard and tell him he's a good chef?

That's what we're doing with Pat Toomey.

We're all proud he's a politician, but really, we just let him pretend he's doing something.

Meanwhile, former Mexican colony Texas has this piece of shit:

https://regularrightguy.files.wordpress.com/2014/07/clown.png?w=547


Born and raised in New York city.

Clearly, we need to vet our immigrants from the north better.
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Originally Posted By Federov:


You ever give a spatula and strainer with a bunch of potatoes to a retard and tell him he's a good chef?

That's what we're doing with Pat Toomey.

We're all proud he's a politician, but really, we just let him pretend he's doing something.

Meanwhile, former Mexican colony Texas has this piece of shit:

https://regularrightguy.files.wordpress.com/2014/07/clown.png?w=547
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Originally Posted By 1Andy2:
Originally Posted By DogWizard:
Originally Posted By Federov:
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Any "nation" that is embarrassed by Texas needs to rethink some things.

Obviously you would be better off without us.




To be fair, Cornyn is mildly retarded while Pat Toomey is a flaming fucktard.


You ever give a spatula and strainer with a bunch of potatoes to a retard and tell him he's a good chef?

That's what we're doing with Pat Toomey.

We're all proud he's a politician, but really, we just let him pretend he's doing something.

Meanwhile, former Mexican colony Texas has this piece of shit:

https://regularrightguy.files.wordpress.com/2014/07/clown.png?w=547
Lighten up Francis, we could isolate a few ass clowns from PA. Trying to stay classy. Don't know what your deal is with Texas, but my solutions is stay in PA with the hex sign over your garage. You will be fine.
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I'm sold. Let's do it!
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Lighten up Francis, we could isolate a few ass clowns from PA. Trying to stay classy. Don't know what your deal is with Texas, but my solutions is stay in PA with the hex sign over your garage. You will be fine.
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Originally Posted By Federov:
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Originally Posted By DogWizard:
Originally Posted By Federov:
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Any "nation" that is embarrassed by Texas needs to rethink some things.

Obviously you would be better off without us.




To be fair, Cornyn is mildly retarded while Pat Toomey is a flaming fucktard.


You ever give a spatula and strainer with a bunch of potatoes to a retard and tell him he's a good chef?

That's what we're doing with Pat Toomey.

We're all proud he's a politician, but really, we just let him pretend he's doing something.

Meanwhile, former Mexican colony Texas has this piece of shit:

https://regularrightguy.files.wordpress.com/2014/07/clown.png?w=547
Lighten up Francis, we could isolate a few ass clowns from PA. Trying to stay classy. Don't know what your deal is with Texas, but my solutions is stay in PA with the hex sign over your garage. You will be fine.


Dude man, Hex signs don't keep the NJ/NY trash from moving in.

That's a superstition.
Link Posted: 6/19/2016 5:08:31 PM EDT
What would these freedom loving Texans do with the resistance in the Democratic ran major cities? Round them up and put them in camps? Would the freedom loving Texans do with the illegal aliens they've lowed to slither in here? What about NASA and military bases owned by the federal goverent? Would they just seize them?
Link Posted: 6/19/2016 5:11:45 PM EDT
How about a Ruxit?

Rural Exit.

Every blue county that is contiguous to at least one other blue county gets left behind.

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Dude man, Hex signs don't keep the NJ/NY trash from moving in.

That's a superstition.
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Lighten up Francis, we could isolate a few ass clowns from PA. Trying to stay classy. Don't know what your deal is with Texas, but my solutions is stay in PA with the hex sign over your garage. You will be fine.


Dude man, Hex signs don't keep the NJ/NY trash from moving in.

That's a superstition.
Whatever gets you through the day then. We got Texas.
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Originally Posted By Federov:


You ever give a spatula and strainer with a bunch of potatoes to a retard and tell him he's a good chef?

That's what we're doing with Pat Toomey.

We're all proud he's a politician, but really, we just let him pretend he's doing something.

Meanwhile, former Mexican colony Texas has this piece of shit:

https://regularrightguy.files.wordpress.com/2014/07/clown.png?w=547
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Originally Posted By Federov:
Originally Posted By 1Andy2:
Originally Posted By DogWizard:
Originally Posted By Federov:
http://i.imgur.com/H9Awwrz.jpg


Any "nation" that is embarrassed by Texas needs to rethink some things.

Obviously you would be better off without us.




To be fair, Cornyn is mildly retarded while Pat Toomey is a flaming fucktard.


You ever give a spatula and strainer with a bunch of potatoes to a retard and tell him he's a good chef?

That's what we're doing with Pat Toomey.

We're all proud he's a politician, but really, we just let him pretend he's doing something.

Meanwhile, former Mexican colony Texas has this piece of shit:

https://regularrightguy.files.wordpress.com/2014/07/clown.png?w=547


Oh snap
Link Posted: 6/19/2016 5:13:07 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By 1Andy2:


Born and raised in New York city.

Clearly, we need to vet our immigrants from the north better.
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Originally Posted By 1Andy2:
Originally Posted By Federov:
Originally Posted By 1Andy2:
Originally Posted By DogWizard:
Originally Posted By Federov:
http://i.imgur.com/H9Awwrz.jpg


Any "nation" that is embarrassed by Texas needs to rethink some things.

Obviously you would be better off without us.




To be fair, Cornyn is mildly retarded while Pat Toomey is a flaming fucktard.


You ever give a spatula and strainer with a bunch of potatoes to a retard and tell him he's a good chef?

That's what we're doing with Pat Toomey.

We're all proud he's a politician, but really, we just let him pretend he's doing something.

Meanwhile, former Mexican colony Texas has this piece of shit:

https://regularrightguy.files.wordpress.com/2014/07/clown.png?w=547


Born and raised in New York city.

Clearly, we need to vet our immigrants from the north better.

Will you allow heavily-armed Yank immigrants in after you secede? I'll bring my own ammo! See, I got a job up here now, and Mom is getting on in years and all...
Link Posted: 6/19/2016 5:13:45 PM EDT
Pantex, located outside Amarillo TX, is the only factory where US nuclear weapons are serviced and maintained.

I strongly doubt FedGov wants to give it away.
Link Posted: 6/19/2016 5:17:12 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By John_McClane:
Will you allow heavily-armed Yank immigrants in after you secede? I'll bring my own ammo! See, I got a job up here now, and Mom is getting on in years and all...
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We're going to set up a camp in downtown Austin for new arrivals, just to make sure you aren't faking. If you can go 2 weeks without revealing yourself as a flaming communist surrounded by Moscow-on-Colorado, you're in.
Link Posted: 6/19/2016 5:21:17 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By GreenBastard:
For that to happen, Texas would have to be able to function as an autonomous entity.

If ever there were to be a Balkanization, it would have to be groups of states.
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Overland tariffs. Ports. Refinerys.
Link Posted: 6/19/2016 5:22:13 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By 1Andy2:



We're going to set up a camp in downtown Austin for new arrivals, just to make sure you aren't faking. If you can go 2 weeks without revealing yourself as a flaming communist surrounded by Moscow-on-Colorado, you're in.
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Originally Posted By 1Andy2:
Originally Posted By John_McClane:
Will you allow heavily-armed Yank immigrants in after you secede? I'll bring my own ammo! See, I got a job up here now, and Mom is getting on in years and all...



We're going to set up a camp in downtown Austin for new arrivals, just to make sure you aren't faking. If you can go 2 weeks without revealing yourself as a flaming communist surrounded by Moscow-on-Colorado, you're in.

Score! Can I bust a few hippies' heads? Round of trapshooting good enough, or do I have to go the full-on Appleseed route?
Link Posted: 6/19/2016 5:29:00 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By 1Andy2:



We're going to set up a camp in downtown Austin for new arrivals, just to make sure you aren't faking. If you can go 2 weeks without revealing yourself as a flaming communist surrounded by Moscow-on-Colorado, you're in.
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Originally Posted By 1Andy2:
Originally Posted By John_McClane:
Will you allow heavily-armed Yank immigrants in after you secede? I'll bring my own ammo! See, I got a job up here now, and Mom is getting on in years and all...



We're going to set up a camp in downtown Austin for new arrivals, just to make sure you aren't faking. If you can go 2 weeks without revealing yourself as a flaming communist surrounded by Moscow-on-Colorado, you're in.

I'm not thrilled about having to spend two weeks in Austin, but I'm in.
Link Posted: 6/19/2016 5:34:39 PM EDT
Oklahoma would take Texas with it. Mainly because we need some ports in the gulf.
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