Secession petitions from 20 States

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#1 Nov 12, 2012
Good Day,

Who did not see this coming from a mile away?

http://dailycaller.com/2012/11/11/white-house...

Of course it is not to say these States actually voted for secession, but rather individuals from these repesctive States are signing their petition. Once a petition gets to 25,000 signatures, the White House must respond. Who knows if this is going to gain any real traction (maybe not), but I think it goes to show just how divisive this president is.

Steelie
Chip

Madison, WI

#2 Nov 12, 2012
Funny that someone from South Dakota filed a petition to force New York out.
vox veritatis

Grand Rapids, MI

#3 Nov 13, 2012
Civil war headed our way again?
bobolinq

Belmont, MI

#4 Nov 13, 2012
if they can pull this off; they can petition the UN for aid, the world bank for a loan and come out ahead.
they build about all the furniture and half the cars now; be funny in the future to have to import such from Mississippi, et Al.

so long Florida OJ.
Bob

Big Rapids, MI

#5 Nov 13, 2012
I'm impressed........

The teabagger patriots are on to something now.

Your new flag could be one star with a single yellow stripe! Your military will most likely wear all white uniforms with matching hoods!

Good luck!
free thinker

Farmington, MI

#6 Nov 13, 2012
bobolinq wrote:
if they can pull this off; they can petition the UN for aid, the world bank for a loan and come out ahead.
they build about all the furniture and half the cars now; be funny in the future to have to import such from Mississippi, et Al.
so long Florida OJ.
Actually, Florida is one the states with a petition to seceed as is California and Texas. Imagine New York needing to import their produce from those states..."Ummm...how bad do you want it, guys?"...does $5.00 an orange sound about right? LOL
Funny how Bob and the rest of these progressives think it's just conservatives and 'tea party' people signing the petition. How clueless can you get?
free thinker

Farmington, MI

#7 Nov 13, 2012
Bob wrote:
Your new flag could be one star with a single yellow stripe!
And yours can be a guy bending over with...well...I'll let you imagine the rest. You seem pretty good at that.
free thinker

Farmington, MI

#8 Nov 13, 2012
bobolinq wrote:
if they can pull this off; they can petition the UN for aid, the world bank for a loan and come out ahead.
they build about all the furniture and half the cars now; be funny in the future to have to import such from Mississippi, et Al.
so long Florida OJ.
LOL...Chuck Norris for president?

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#9 Nov 13, 2012
free thinker wrote:
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LOL...Chuck Norris for president?
Good Day,

And Ted Nugent for V.P.! ;-)

Steelie
St Stephen

Grand Rapids, MI

#10 Nov 13, 2012
free thinker wrote:
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Actually, Florida is one the states with a petition to seceed as is California and Texas. Imagine New York needing to import their produce from those states..."Ummm...how bad do you want it, guys?"...does $5.00 an orange sound about right? LOL
Funny how Bob and the rest of these progressives think it's just conservatives and 'tea party' people signing the petition. How clueless can you get?
A few crybaby nutjobs in Florida and California does not mean the whole state wants to seceed. Texas? Let them go, same with Palin's husband and Alaska. Alabama? They are the most obese and uneducated state in the Union with the highest infant death rates as well. Alabama is a drag on this country in every way. Let them go, my insurance rates will go down and theis country's collective IQ will go up about 20 points.
St Stephen

Grand Rapids, MI

#11 Nov 13, 2012
Steelie wrote:
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Good Day,
And Ted Nugent for V.P.! ;-)
Steelie
Ole Special Ed Ted won't be available, he's going to make good on his promise and blow the back of his head off with a .44 mag, right after he shoots a bunch of kittens and puppies.
Mark Luxford

Grand Rapids, MI

#12 Nov 13, 2012
Steelie wrote:
Good Day,
Who did not see this coming from a mile away?
http://dailycaller.com/2012/11/11/white-house...
Of course it is not to say these States actually voted for secession, but rather individuals from these repesctive States are signing their petition. Once a petition gets to 25,000 signatures, the White House must respond. Who knows if this is going to gain any real traction (maybe not), but I think it goes to show just how divisive this president is.
Steelie
Hmmmm...Let's see..Mitch McConnell goes before the cameras days after Obama is inaugurated and says that his main priority was going to be seeing that Obama is a one-term president. The Republicans try and block Obama at every turn and you call Obama divisive? Steelie, my friend, take off the partisan glasses.

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#13 Nov 13, 2012
Mark Luxford wrote:
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Hmmmm...Let's see..Mitch McConnell goes before the cameras days after Obama is inaugurated and says that his main priority was going to be seeing that Obama is a one-term president. The Republicans try and block Obama at every turn and you call Obama divisive? Steelie, my friend, take off the partisan glasses.
Good Day,

There is an old saying that the character of a man can often be defined by those with whom he associates. Do you really want me to go through the list?

Steelie
Ginger

Holland, MI

#14 Nov 13, 2012
St Stephen wrote:
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A few crybaby nutjobs in Florida and California does not mean the whole state wants to seceed. Texas? Let them go, same with Palin's husband and Alaska. Alabama? They are the most obese and uneducated state in the Union with the highest infant death rates as well. Alabama is a drag on this country in every way. Let them go, my insurance rates will go down and theis country's collective IQ will go up about 20 points.
Move them all to Texas and let them secede. There's plenty of room there for all the freakazoids.
Build a 200 foot wall around it and arm them to the teeth.
Line the wall with cameras and it'll make 'The Worlds Dumbest' a ratings juggernaut.
Bob

Big Rapids, MI

#15 Nov 13, 2012
In related news, there is another petition availble for those to sign who want to see real justice done.

The teabaggers want to leave the Good Ol'USA, so here's your chance to help them out!

https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/str...
vox veritatis

Grand Rapids, MI

#16 Nov 13, 2012
Ginger wrote:
Move them all to Texas and let them secede. There's plenty of room there for all the freakazoids.
Build a 200 foot wall around it and arm them to the teeth.
Line the wall with cameras and it'll make 'The Worlds Dumbest' a ratings juggernaut.
Michigan has a petition, too. Hope you and St. Stoner don't mind moving.
vox veritatis

Grand Rapids, MI

#17 Nov 13, 2012
Bob wrote:
In related news, there is another petition availble for those to sign who want to see real justice done.
The teabaggers want to leave the Good Ol'USA, so here's your chance to help them out!
https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/str...
Yup...there's that tolerant, understanding side of the progressive party again. No wonder Obama has been such a miserable failure at uniting the nation...he's got you nutjobs doing your best to be sure that a civil war happens.
Ginger

Holland, MI

#18 Nov 13, 2012
vox veritatis wrote:
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Yup...there's that tolerant, understanding side of the progressive party again. No wonder Obama has been such a miserable failure at uniting the nation...he's got you nutjobs doing your best to be sure that a civil war happens.
Since 'Defeated by Dawn' has either taken his ball and gone home or committed suicde, are you the new flagbearer for civil war?
Are you the one who's going to start it or are you just another chickenshit?
vox veritatis

Grand Rapids, MI

#19 Nov 13, 2012
BTW...the count is up to 33 states now. Guess 'the people' weren't done talking.
Really

Holland, MI

#20 Nov 13, 2012
vox veritatis wrote:
BTW...the count is up to 33 states now. Guess 'the people' weren't done talking.
What is most amusing about Bob, Ginger, and Stevie is for some odd reason they are convinced that the Tea Party are the majority in this country. Now, I ask you, how could that possibly be? After all, EVERYONE knows that the members of the Tea Party are exclusively Republicans/Conservatives. Now, I ask, if that is the true makeup of the Tea Party, perhaps these ever so brilliant examples of the progressive thought process could explain how in the world Obama got re-elected???

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