No Value Judgements This Time

This guy wants 38 states to support a Declaration of Expulsion that would rid the United States of America of 12 states. He suggests that we get rid of– well, I guess I’ll let him tell you in his own words:

Yet, there are 38 states today that may be inclined to adopt, let us call it, a “Declaration of Expulsion,” that is, a specific constitutional amendment to kick out the systemically troublesome states and those trending rapidly toward anti-American, if not outright subversive, behavior. The 12 states that must go: California, Illinois, New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Maryland, and Delaware. Only the remaining 38 states would retain the name, “United States of America.” The 12 expelled mobs could call themselves the “Dirty Dozen,” or individually keep their identity and go their separate ways, probably straight to Hell.


The demographics revealed by the two most recent presidential elections are radically different and have resulted in “Two Americas” (but not the simplistic “Two Americas” [one rich, one poor] envisioned by Kerry’sMarxist-tongued running mate, John Edwards):

  • BUSH USA is predominantly white; devoutly Christian (mostly Protestant); openly, vigorously heterosexual; an open land of single-family homes and ranches; economically sound (except for a few farms), but not drunk with cyberworld business development, and mainly English-speaking, with a predilection for respectfully uttering “yes, ma’am” and “yes, sir.”
  • GORE/KERRY USA is ethnically diverse; multi-religious, irreligious or nastily antireligious; more sexually liberated (if not in actual practice, certainly in attitude); awash with condo canyons and other high-end real estate bordered by sprawling, squalid public housing or neglected private homes, decidedly short of middle-class neighborhoods; both high tech and oddly primitive in its commerce; very artsy, and Babelesque, with abnormally loud speakers.

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I’m not endorsing this or condemning it, but since I thought it was fucking hilarious I thought I’d give you guys a taste. See? I’m improving as a person. I’m not taking this seriously; I’m just saying that this guy is Grade A wackjob. He nailed the audition. He doesn’t even need an understudy.

–Perhaps whazz will get picked up by “socialist Canada” if we’re expelled from the Union!

5 thoughts on “No Value Judgements This Time

  1. Even the “red state/blue state” line isn’t totally true. See here.

    There seems to be a key difference between Democrats and Republicans these days. Dems – Think the government can and should help people in need, yet believe “moral decisions” should be left to the individual. Republicans – Think that people should help themselves, but that the government should be in charge of the nation’s morality, mostly in a fundamentalist Christian way.

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