I Like Bread: Im_Gumby: jayhawk88: These citizen generated petitions...Did they also request naked pictures of Bea Aurthur?Here... let me help[imageshack.us image 358x462]Do you have the un-Photoshopped version?
KarmicDisaster: Those petitions are a great place to look for the names of Traitors.
Weaver95: I gotta be honest. some days I find it very difficult to tell the tea party from the UFO nutballs
jayhawk88: These citizen generated petitions...Did they also request naked pictures of Bea Aurthur?
StreetlightInTheGhetto: Did this happen in 2004? I heard that Dems reacted the same.
A Dark Evil Omen: theorellior: Smackledorfer: OPEN YOUR EYES to Agenda 21.Ahhh, yes, Agenda 21. I forget, is that the Gay Agenda or the Atheist Agenda?It's the Gay Atheist Socialist Nazi Muslim Agenda.
Curse of the Goth Kids: What kind of pansy asks to leave? Hoist your flag and be off with you if you've got the balls for it, otherwise shut your pie hole.
eddiesocket: randomjsa: Generation_D: I think what this says is those of us who have been waiting for a calm, rational, centrist/right Republican party to come back and join the table have been sorely mistakeThey'll come back when the moderate Democrats do.There are only moderate Democrats these days.
Smackledorfer: OPEN YOUR EYES to Agenda 21.
randomjsa: Generation_D: I think what this says is those of us who have been waiting for a calm, rational, centrist/right Republican party to come back and join the table have been sorely mistakeThey'll come back when the moderate Democrats do.
syrynxx: Not to point out anything rational, but every national company would leave these states. Wal-Mart would leave - let Texas negotiate its own trade agreements with China. Dell would leave - US companies would not retain a foreign-owned service company. NASA would leave. Oil from Texas-based companies would be heavily tarriffed on import into the United States - let's tax them 50%! Why not?These morons had a chance to change the course of history - it's called 'voting'. I wonder how many people signing these petitions didn't actually vote.
propasaurus: acanuck: wow - all 328 Republicans in Oregon signed the petition.The butt...it hurtsNow we know how Gary is passing the time.
HeartBurnKid: [content.ytmnd.com image 426x320]15 states? Wow... looks like we're gonna need some more Ass Cream.
LincolnLogolas: I was watching this unfold on WND. Apparently, the crazies actually believe this will actually accomplish something more than providing some comedy."Oh oh, let's sign this non-binding e-petition so that we can support a cause without actually doing or risking anything!"Well, I was watching until they banninated me from posting. Too lazy to create another account to continue bugging them.
sparkeyjames: Wow just look at all that patriotism pouring out of them.
Generation_D: And then my quality of life drops because I have to support rounding them up and shooting them like the swine they are. And that sucks, there's so much better uses for that money.
shastacola: I love the way the derp brigade in the comments section think the U.S. military is "their" army.
OneBrightMonkey: Limbaugh was recently musing about a fabulous world in which America was physically split 50/50 between the major political parties.The theory being the "moocher class" ensconced in the "blue" states would have no more struggling atlas' to leech off of - prompting imminent collapse.Wouldn't the millions of elderly, white, Medicare and social security recipients that consistently vote republican be on the debit side of the ledger in red states in that case?
hubiestubert: Good luck with that.Call me when this gets past the "Crank with a keyboard firing off letters" stage. You know, when legislators and Governors are making these sorts of calls. Folks certainly have the right to mutter and natter on, but if they're going to rely on militias to get 'er done, they might want to reconsider.FTFA:As of 12:46 am, Sunday, signatures obtained by Louisiana, 7,358; Texas, 3,771; Florida, 636; Georgia, 475; Alabama, 834; North Carolina, 792; Kentucky, 467; Mississippi, 475; Indiana, 449; North Dakota, 162; Montana, 440; Colorado, 324; Oregon, 328; New Jersey, 301 and New York, 169. Many more States are expected to follow.Interesting to note that Arizona and Nevada aren't on that list. Then again, they sort of rely on Hoover Dam to make their communities actually viable...
skipjack: hubiestubert:You mean the folks who quoted said article? Or did you have a point in there somewhere that just missed actually being put in the form of full sentence that actually made sense?I made the point I intended to.
randomjsa: They'll come back when the moderate Democrats do.
rthanu: KarmicDisaster: Those petitions are a great place to look for the names of Traitors.Not really. I'm signing the ones for the states I want to get rid of.
hubiestubert: As of 12:46 am, Sunday, signatures obtained by Louisiana, 7,358; Texas, 3,771; Florida, 636; Georgia, 475; Alabama, 834; North Carolina, 792; Kentucky, 467; Mississippi, 475; Indiana, 449; North Dakota, 162; Montana, 440; Colorado, 324; Oregon, 328; New Jersey, 301 and New York, 169. Many more States are expected to follow.
crab66: It's not secession when a few hundred racist yokel shiatbags pass a petition around the klan meeting.
theorellior: Smackledorfer: OPEN YOUR EYES to Agenda 21.Ahhh, yes, Agenda 21. I forget, is that the Gay Agenda or the Atheist Agenda?
js34603: Before the Well Byes and the air of superiority becomes too overwhelming in here, maybe take a look at the article and realize its random crackpots in these states trying to petition for this on the same Obama site that has featured other such winning petitions as releasing the truth about UFOs and the disclosure of the White House beer recipe.In other words, crazies gonna crazy. Stop cheering for states to leave the country, it makes you look just as bad as them.
Sock Ruh Tease: It isn't even about north and south. This is just urban vs. rural now. That's the reason states like Oregon, New Jersey and New York are in that list. Because stupid hicks in rural areas are similar on either side of the Mason-Dixon line.
Eagle2001: Hey morans,"Love it or leave it" refers to you, personally, not the actual land of the United States. If you don't want to be a part of this country, you're free to go to any country that will take you, but the landmass that is your state stays.
The All-Powerful Atheismo: YouAreItNoTagBacks: No one's done this yet?[theelephantgun.files.wordpress.com image 299x156]DNRTFAIt includes Oregon a few freaking dumbasses from Oregon who managed to find the White House petition website. While my fellow Californians might cut my dick off for this... I LOVE Oregon.Not Oregon drivers though. You farking suck.
YouAreItNoTagBacks: No one's done this yet?[theelephantgun.files.wordpress.com image 299x156]DNRTFA
OtherLittleGuy: Bad time, guys. All those troops from Iraq and Afghanistan are coming home. Even in 15 states, putting down a Second Rebellion should be no trouble.
Arthur Jumbles: Some random idiot sends off a letter. Wake me up when it's the governor and senators making the request.
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