Tuesday, November 09, 2004

Hell's Own Blog

Call us proud citizens of Hell:
That is why the unthinkable must become thinkable. If the so-called "Red States" (those that voted for George W. Bush) cannot be respected or at least tolerated by the "Blue States" (those that voted for Al Gore and John Kerry), then the most disparate of them must live apart--not by secession of the former (a majority), but by expulsion of the latter. Here is how to do it.

Having been amended only 17 times since 10 vital amendments (the Bill of Rights) were added at the republic's inception, the U.S. Constitution is not easily changed, primarily because so many states (75%, now 38 of 50) must agree. 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.
Who's this Mike Thompson joker think he is, horning in on the Liberal Hate Speech Monopoly?

Oh, just forget it. Please, Mr. Thompson, I beg you to find a way to make your modest proposal a reality. As long as we in the Dirty Dozen can leave you to wallow in your United States of red ink, poorly performing economies, rampant divorce and teenage pregnancy, foreign wars, and militant ignorance of basic scientific theories. Just don't come crying to us when you need someone to tell you how to make fire.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just great.

Tell me: where do I send $$$ to your campaign fund? And what are you going to do with all of these correct ideas? We need you, son.


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