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Citizens of multiple states create online petitions to secede from the US.

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You guys make fun but something seriously needs to be done about the tyranny of the popular vote.

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fascinatingly a significant portion of the people signing these things live in states that receive far more from the federal government than they produce in revenue, which is interesting considering their position astride the moral horse of not taking government handouts

also if half those states left they'd be third word countries, but i guess the good news is they'd get to keep the straws of pet institutions like guns and racism that they've been grasping at since reconstruction

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I'm waiting for California to succeed.

Our first move is we invade Baja California and seize it from the Mexicans.

Next we make the entire West Coast the ultimate vacation spot with legal hookers and free weed.

Then we sit back drinking our Pina Colodas and cold beers watching sunsets while all you fuggers fly in and leave your vacation dollars .

It could happen.

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Where do I sign up to help them get the fug out

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Well, since he has to reply...

Obama: Now... Its come to my attention that people in many states have signed a petition asking to secede from the union....

Let me just say this to Texas, Alabama, Florida & the rest. We're no strangers... to love. You know the rules & so do I. A full commitment is what I'm thinking of. (& let's face it) you wouldn't get this from any other guy. Now I just want to tell you how I'm feeling, got to make you understand. Never gonna give you up... never gonna give, never gonna give, give you up.

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Denial, Anger, and now Bargaining. Next will be Depression. That's going to be a fun one.

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seccession was legally incuded in the constitution. when virginia sought to exercise that clause, it didn't work out so hot. this country's so great, you aren't allowed to leave. that's right up there with "ideas so good, they're mandatory!"

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seccession was legally incuded in the constitution. when virginia sought to exercise that clause, it didn't work out so hot. this country's so great, you aren't allowed to leave. that's right up there with "ideas so good, they're mandatory!"

yeah and so was slavery

luckily the south got its poo kicked in

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