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  • It's F-tards like them that got Rick Scott elected. Thanks a lot, @sses.
  • Isn't that the case with all of those secession petitions on the White House website? They're all signed by people from out of state, for teh lulz?

    What annoyed me the most about that story was that the "liberal media" reported it like some actual political movement was afoot, without pointing out some of the other just insanely dumb petitions on that site.
  • All they really want to do is succeed, but do not know how to spell.
  • jake_lex: Isn't that the case with all of those secession petitions on the White House website? They're all signed by people from out of state, for teh lulz?


    I just want to kick a couple states out of the country.

    /for the passport stamps
  • Forward said he's telling fellow tea party members not to sign because he thinks those who do will end up on an enemies list.

    this is what tea partiers think government is.
  • Don Forward, who helped organize the Titusville Patriots, a tea party group, believes the system is "corrupt."

    "But seceding? What does that gain you? I don't know if it accomplishes anything," he said, noting that the state, by itself, would have trouble sustaining its current standard of living.


    Wow, what a reasonable and derp-free argument from a Tea Party person

    Forward said he's telling fellow tea party members not to sign because he thinks those who do will end up on an enemies list.

    "All that's doing is just giving the White House an opportunity to gather information on us," he said. "I really think that's what they'll do is use it against us. They'll say, 'Hey, you people tried to overthrow the government and we're going to get you.' "


    Nevermind.
  • "Most of them are from out of state" ...

    well, so are most "Floridians", so there's that.
  • The Southern Logic Company: Don Forward, who helped organize the Titusville Patriots, a tea party group, believes the system is "corrupt."

    "But seceding? What does that gain you? I don't know if it accomplishes anything," he said, noting that the state, by itself, would have trouble sustaining its current standard of living.

    Wow, what a reasonable and derp-free argument from a Tea Party person

    Forward said he's telling fellow tea party members not to sign because he thinks those who do will end up on an enemies list.

    "All that's doing is just giving the White House an opportunity to gather information on us," he said. "I really think that's what they'll do is use it against us. They'll say, 'Hey, you people tried to overthrow the government and we're going to get you.' "

    Nevermind.


    What Don Forward thinks will happen:

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    What will actually happen:

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  • To be honest, who wouldn't sign that petition for Florida?
  • On the contrary, I think they're doing it right. I'd sign that petition and I don't live there at all.
  • I recently concluded that if Florida is indeed America's Wang, then the Keys are America's Foreskin.

    /that is all.
  • I'd sign a petition to have Florida secede .
  • There's nothing "wrong" with outsiders warning Florida they're about to be put into time-out.

    They relied on George "Rentboy" Rekers - the farking FOUNDER of the antigay hate group The Family Research Council - as Florida's expert witness on gays, and then elected, as GOVERNOR, the founder of the execrable HCA for-profit hospitals who presided over a MASSIVE Medicare billing fraud.

    It's not funny anymore, Florida. Knock it off.
  • PsyLord: It's F-tards like them that got Rick Scott elected. Thanks a lot, @sses.


    If, as the title suggests, they are mostly from out of state, how exactly did they get Scott elected?

    ...just wondering
  • pkellmey: To be honest, who wouldn't sign that petition for Florida?


    Hey, I like Florida. I just don't like some, ok maybe a lot, of its people.
  • thespindrifter: "Most of them are from out of state" ...

    well, so are most "Floridians", so there's that.


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    Hey! I resemble that comment.
  • No surprise whatsoever - liberal activists have been behind this succession bullsh*t since day one. They won the election, yet they are so insecure with themselves and their "me first, f*ck everyone else" freeloader ideology, they still resort to these kind of dumbass tactics. Typical liberal scumbags.
  • Let me just get my parents out of Florida (who are dying to leave anyway), and I'll sign that farker. There's nothing great about Florida that can't be found in the Outer Banks. Disney World is way past its prime. There's no reason to pay $90 to enter one of those parks.
    /It's just flat and hot, the schools suck, and there's too much meth.
  • a61sun: PsyLord: It's F-tards like them that got Rick Scott elected. Thanks a lot, @sses.

    If, as the title suggests, they are mostly from out of state, how exactly did they get Scott elected?

    ...just wondering


    Snowbirds, elections are in the fall so they vote in Florida, fark things all up because, hey come spring they go back north where they don't have to live with the shiat they caused...
  • Valiente: I recently concluded that if Florida is indeed America's Wang, then the Keys are America's Foreskin.

    /that is all.


    Wrong. The keys, along with the Bahamas, and Turks and Caicos are what came out during the third shake after using the Antilles as a urinal.
  • tekmo: There's nothing "wrong" with outsiders warning Florida they're about to be put into time-out.

    They relied on George "Rentboy" Rekers - the farking FOUNDER of the antigay hate group The Family Research Council - as Florida's expert witness on gays, and then elected, as GOVERNOR, the founder of the execrable HCA for-profit hospitals who presided over a MASSIVE Medicare billing fraud.

    It's not funny anymore, Florida. Knock it off.


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  • a61sun: PsyLord: It's F-tards like them that got Rick Scott elected. Thanks a lot, @sses.

    If, as the title suggests, they are mostly from out of state, how exactly did they get Scott elected?

    ...just wondering


    PsyLord appears to reside in Florida. Any further explanation needed?

    It's F-tards like them that give the rest of us Floridians the FARKed reputation.
  • DubyaHater: Let me just get my parents out of Florida (who are dying to leave anyway), and I'll sign that farker. There's nothing great about Florida that can't be found in the Outer Banks. Disney World is way past its prime. There's no reason to pay $90 to enter one of those parks.
    /It's just flat and hot, the schools suck, and there's too much meth.


    I always preferred Six Flags Over Georgia... Got to see Kansas for free there back in the 80s.
  • WhoopAssWayne: No surprise whatsoever - liberal activists have been behind this succession bullsh*t since day one. They won the election, yet they are so insecure with themselves and their "me first, f*ck everyone else" freeloader ideology, they still resort to these kind of dumbass tactics. Typical liberal scumbags.


    Projection much? there are indeed far righties who support this movement, given how many succession bumperstickers I see down here in texas, and how many pro-succession facebook posts I see from conservatives.
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