Republican Secession

April 21, 2009 at 8:34 pm 1 comment

“We’ve got a great union. There’s absolutely no reason to dissolve it. (you know what’s coming next).  But if Washington continues to thumb their nose at the American people, you know, who knows what might come out of that. But Texas is a very unique place, and we’re a pretty independent lot to boot,” Perry said Wednesday.

What kind of dumb-shit America-hating secret muslim said that? 

The American people handed the Republicans their walking papers in the presidential election and the past two congressional elections.  You know who’s thumbing their nose at citizens?  This dumb-ass governor who is refusing to provide welfare to people who lost their job and so they took an evening job and JC Penney so they could interview during the day.  Perry suggests that it’s better not to work at all, then you can get unemployment.  That idiot says that if you work part time folding clothes and got a $100 welfare check you would never go back to your full time job.  Yeah, you’re right Perry.  As much as I would miss some of the things about my full time job, like the better hours, the better working conditions, the health benefits, the 401k, the vacation days, the lunch breaks, the weekends off, having my own phone/PC/workspace, or the much higher paycheck….I would still much rather work a part time schedule, wear a name tag, and take a pay cut so I could get that $100 welfare check for 18 months.  I think this is the stupidest governor Texas has ever had – and don’t take that lightly because the guy who had the job before him was really stupid.

 

Rick Perry.  Rick P.  P Rick. 

 

On with the article:

At the Texas Capitol on Thursday, Rep. Jim Dunnam of Waco, joined by several fellow Texas House Democrats, said some people associate talk of secession with racial division and the Civil War and that Perry should disavow any notion of seceding.

“Talk of secession is an attack on our country. It can be nothing else. It is the ultimate anti-American statement,” Dunnam said at a news conference.

State Sen. Rodney Ellis, a Houston Democrat, said that by not rejecting the possibility of secession out of hand, Perry “is taking a step down a very dangerous and divisive path encouraged by the fringe of Texas politics.”

The Democrats are proposing a House resolution expressing “complete and total disagreement with any fringe element advocating the ‘secession’ of Texas or any other state from our one and indivisible Union.” 

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/04/16/perry-secession-talk-anti_n_187876.html

 

Of course Governor Palin has been the key-note speaker and in 2008 she gave the introducty welcome speech to kick off the convention for the secessionist Alaskan Independence Party (AIP).  Her husband was an active member in the AIP for 9 years, actively working to leave the US. 

 

There are 20 Republican governors.  2 of them are talking secession, talking about renouncing allegiance to the stars & stripes.  Hmmm.  10% of the Republican leadership at this level is talking about renouncing allegiance to the USA.  Not very American.  Senator Ron Paul applauds the governor for floating the idea out there.  Maybe…they’re secret Muslims.  Maybe they’re just not very American.  Well Ron, Rick, Sarah: Nobody is insisting that you stay here. Go find a country you like better and don’t let the door hit you in the ass on the way out.  And where’s Toby Keith when you need him?  Mr. Boot in your ass to those who don’t love the red white and blue?  What do you think of these America-hating Republicans, Toby?  I bet you don’t sack up and call them out for for their disloyalty.  Natalie said she was embarassed, Perry said it might be a good idea for Texas to stop being part of the USA.  Hmmm – check your nut-sack Toby and let’s see what you got.  You might be carrying around a big bag, but I bet there’s not much in there. 


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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Sidney Carton  |  April 21, 2009 at 8:55 pm

    Let them go, but once they’re gone, don’t let them come back.

    Reply

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