About That Texas Secession Plan…

Posted on November 20, 2012 8:00 pm

Texas submitted a petition to the White House with over 80,000 signatures asking to secede from the US.

No need for that. It’s already halfway to being re-annexed by Mexican illegal immigrants, anyway.

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5 Responses to “About That Texas Secession Plan…”

  1. CTCompromise says:

    But will the Mexicans stay in Texas when Texas no longer holds the promise of Obama-care ? “AHA!! I’ve run rings around you logically !”

  2. CTCompromise says:

    If Texas takes over Mexico…Do they get free guns via Eric Holder ???

  3. CTCompromise says:

    Hey…They already have a flag with only one star on it..

  4. Manolo says:

    Actually, the numbers show different. Most illegal aliens don’t stay in the border states. They head to the interior where the work is and they can disappear into the communities, like Chicago, Newark, Charlotte and Atlanta. To understand Texas, you have to recognize the strata of Texas’ culture. There are Texans, Texicans, Tejanos, Gringos, Mexicans, Anglos,and “Dusty Butts.” Where you are in the strata is based upon where you were born and when you arrived in Texas. There’s a social pecking order with Anglos (read: New Yorkers) and fresh-from-the-other-side-of-the-fence DB’s being least desirable in the community. “Dusty Butts” are those who cross the Rio Grande where it’s dry and follow the power lines across Fort Bliss.

  5. DonP says:

    reconquistas are after CA, not Texas. After all, we have sanctuary cities, police are not allowed to ask about a person’s legal residency status, welfare agencies are required to provide welfare & medicare(called CalGold here) to illegals, and they are working on drivers licenses for them. With motor voter laws, they will soon be registering to vote.

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