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    Re: "The maggots who voted for Obama" driving Texas away from the Union

    A Facebook thread about secession....

    Bridget Black Where do I sign?

    David Owczarzak Amen....where's the NY petition? I can get quite a few signatures!

    Danielle Resseguet Look at us Cajuns!!!

    Geoff Offermann Have at it...have fun trying to set up your energy grid, your defense, etc. We won't miss ya.

    Brenda Glass yeah you will. you'll come belly crawling across our borders trying to get asylum from the tyrant you put in office. I'll vote "no ", you go enjoy the rotten fruits of your labor.

    Brenda Glass And Texas has already exceeded the required number of signatures since Nov 9 that mandates a response from your dictator.

    Geoff Offermann Tyrant. Get real. You people are ridiculous. We went through 8 years of Bush and watched him tank the country. You can handle 8 of Obama. Quit crying.

    Geoff Offermann LOL...how stupid. Obama doesn't have to respond to any online petition.

    Geoff Offermann By all means...keep on listening to the people that led you to the brink. Texas...LOL...swing state by 2020. Hurry!

    Brenda Glass where will you go? back to new york? better get out of Georgia. Oh, and your hallowed mainstream media is reporting what i just told you. but, in a way, you're right. Our Constitution says the President has to respond. Since your dictator hasn't followed any rules yet I doubt he will give this one a second thought.

    Brenda Glass Who is obama gonna blame the last four years on? Bush didn't run the deficit up to 16 trillion dollars. That was your boy did that. And he's not done yet.

    Geoff Offermann Trust me...Georgia isn't going anywhere. And I hope I don't need to explain that Texas isn't either. Not that I wouldn't love for Texas to secede. The 3 worst presidents in living memory is all I can take from that hell hole.

    Please quote from the Constitution where it says that the president has to respond to an online petition. You are so hopelessly without any clue, it's embarrassing that I should call you countryman. Secede already.

    Lets' just get over your sillly talking points. MSM? Gee...who cares? Do watch them? I sure don't. I thought Fox was the most watched. More than the others combined. But the whining just doesn't stop. Pathetic.

    Blame for the last four years? You mean the -9% annualized GDP growth in FY 2008Q4...worst since the Great Depression? Or how about the $1.4 trillion deficit...worst ever. Two wars? Deregulation madness that led to the housing crash? All on Bush and Congress (I acknowledge Democratic complicity in it all).

    Geoff Offermann Republicans preach fiscal control but every Republican president, at least since Reagan, has left with higher deficits than he came in with. Clinton, that supposed big government socialist, has been the only one to walk the walk throughout his term and actually had a surplus. Obama, the tyrant LOL, has reduced the deficit by 20%.

    All of this of course is not within a vacuum. Presidents write budgets and Congress approves them. Clinton gave credit where credit was due to the Republican congress.

    But why is that? Why do Republicans drive deficits up and still get to preach it at election time?

    Geoff Offermann Regardless of all this crap, the GOP had better change. I am a staunch Democrat, but I know from experience, with both sides gaining the upper hand, what is wrought by unilateral power. The GOP better come around on some key issues and some of them are going to hurt. We already see immigration coming on the radar. That's the big one. That will forestall AZ and TX going blue.

    But what about gay marriage and abortion? That will take a while. The Republicans can continue to use that one to get the core to the booth. But it's just a matter of time before those issues become yesterday's news.
    Gailey's history. He just doesn't know it yet.

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    Re: "The maggots who voted for Obama" driving Texas away from the Union

    Brenda Glass you are deluded. how can u compare 1.4 trillion to 16 trillion since obama printed worthless money to bail out cronies for four years. I know there will be no secession. It's a statement of the total distrust of the people of obama. As far as the Constitution and what it says, look it up yourself. I did. Typical obama zombie wanting someone else to do your work for you. And if you don't get your info from mainstream media or Fox then what do you do? Channel obama for your info. Well don't fret over calling me your countryman because i don't consider anyone that voted for obama as my countrymen. Only a fool or an egocentric sociopath would willingly hand over a country to the never -vetted communist African. Now you bore me. And don't try to impress me by throwing out gdp stats. I care more about the Americans slaughtered in Libya when they could have been saved but the bastard traitor told the military to stand down. And THAT is the one you defend. You turn my stomach. Dont write back because i will not respond again. You are defiling yourself.

    Geoff Offermann You don't know what you are talking about so stop embarrassing yourself. The deficit was 1.4 trillion. The debt, the accumulated deficits over the history of the United States is 16 trillion. Two different things. ECON 101.

    As far as what you said about the Constitution..."look it up yourself"...now this is Debate 101. You make a claim, you support it. I deny your claim and unless you can prove it, you lose. I'm sure Dave Potenza can tell you that Catholic high schools in Buffalo are well versed in debate. I learned it well. You will do well too to not make claims you can't support.

    LOL..."communist African"...you are a peach. See how fast the GOP drops Trump and all the other birthers. That idiotic story doesn't play for anyone with more than a 90 IQ.

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    Re: "The maggots who voted for Obama" driving Texas away from the Union

    Quote Originally Posted by JATMtheJATM View Post
    austin is also home to the best band ever.

    Honourable mention...


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    Re: "The maggots who voted for Obama" driving Texas away from the Union

    "Galveston, oh Galveston...."

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    My favorite band is the Old 97's. They put on a great live show. They're from Dallas though they had the sense to get out of there. Dallas is awful. It used to have a vibrant scene in an area called Deep Ellum (where I first saw these guys back in '96), but the area went downhill from when a lot of the standby joints like Trees shut down and hip-hop joints opened up.

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    Re: "The maggots who voted for Obama" driving Texas away from the Union

    I'm surprised Texas took time out of its busy schedule of executing retards and marrying their unattractive cousins to speak up about a national election.

    Good for you, Texas!

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    Re: "The maggots who voted for Obama" driving Texas away from the Union

    Quote Originally Posted by YardRat View Post
    If anybody is set up to, it's Texas. They do have their own power grid, which is something no other state can lay claim to.
    they are fully set up to run themselves, it's not just power.

    Its also a pipe dream and will never happen.
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    You know what really sucks? We're now approaching a level of sustained craptitude not seen in the NFL since the pre-Plumber Cardinals or pre-Sanders Lions. Yeah... being a Bills fan really sucks right now.

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