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Residents In More Than A Dozen States Petition White House To Secede From United States

Source: Huff Post (via AOL News)

Residents in more than a dozen states across the country have filed secession petitions to the Obama administration's "We the People" program, which is featured on the White House website.

A petition filed by Jesse W. (no last name provided) on behalf of Arkansas reads:

Micah H. (no last name provided) of Arlington, Texas filed a petition that says:

The efforts come in the wake of Barack Obama securing a second term in the White House over Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney. From New York to South Carolina, the states where residents have filed secession petitions spans a wide range.

Read more: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/11/12/secession-petition-white-house_n_2116620.html?icid=maing-grid10%7Chtmlws-main-bb%7Cdl1%7Csec1_lnk3%26pLid%3D233624

The door is that way. ---------------->

Isn't this treason?
Posted by Suji to Seoul | Tue Nov 13, 2012, 12:27 AM (43 replies)

My brother in Arizona has no filter, and it's wonderful to see him finally politically active

My brother isn't the most politically active person. He married a wingnut with two dirt poor wingnuts for parents.

But he's finally had enough now that he's a father. Keep in mind, this is rural Arizona.

A Mormon holy roller came to his door with his flyers and Book.

First, my brother points the giang Star of David on the door and says "sorry, we like our product. Your mind control product doesn't apply to me."

The missionary refuses to give in. The typical Jesus loves everyone, but you need to submit to him comes out. Again, my brother points to his Star of David and says "If you love Jesus, do what he did first. Become Jewish."

Then the missionary notices the Obama/Biden poster in the window and asks if my brother voted for the Devil's son. My brother replies, "no, I voted for the Democrat."

Keep in mind, my brother is playing with this guy. Finally, after a rant about how Obama was going to bring the country to Hell because of some idiocy, my brother stops and says: "Okay, you convinced me. I need to atone. I'll become a Mormon."

The mormon smiles and hands him literature. My brother asks his head and says "I understand there are only a limited number of slots in Heaven."

"Yes. 144,000."

"Okay. . .since I'm becoming a mormon, I want yours!"

The missionary stares at him stupidly. My brother looks at the literature. "I'll become a moron and vote your way if you sign your heavenly slot over to me. And give my wife and daughter two of your family's slots too."

The missionary says it doesn't work that way.

My brother says "then take your crap off my lawn before I get my shotgun" and slams the door in his face.
Posted by Suji to Seoul | Mon Nov 12, 2012, 01:47 AM (27 replies)

Which Republican Asshole are you glad got the boot the most?

Allan West

Joe Walsh

Tommy Thompson

Asshat Mourdock

Shitstain Akin

Rick Berg

Scott Brown

Linda McMahon

Mitt Romney can't be an option. We're all happy with that!
Posted by Suji to Seoul | Thu Nov 8, 2012, 01:40 AM (35 replies)

Florida. 97% in. Obama up 46K votes. . .still not called.

But who cares?

I want the 332, but 303 is good too!
Posted by Suji to Seoul | Wed Nov 7, 2012, 05:20 AM (7 replies)

Sesame Street's Big Bird makes a statement on the election:

"Sesame Street comes out and tells Romney his butt thumping is brought to him by the letters "F" and "U."
Posted by Suji to Seoul | Wed Nov 7, 2012, 01:47 AM (0 replies)

Joe "Deadbeat Dad" Walsh LOST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted by Suji to Seoul | Tue Nov 6, 2012, 11:13 PM (16 replies)

Linda McMahon went down! I wonder if there will be Stone Cold sadness?

Good bye, moron!
Posted by Suji to Seoul | Tue Nov 6, 2012, 10:12 PM (1 replies)
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