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February 15, 2007, 01:57:55 PM
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Re: Definitive list of DLA errors
February 15, 2007, 05:31:03 PM
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- Texas is not a country ya loons.

Obviously your knowledge of Texas history is stunted.

Re: Definitive list of DLA errors
February 16, 2007, 03:10:22 AM
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- Texas is not a country ya loons.
- Doesn't nationalism require your support of the union?
- Independence of Texas has nothing to do with metal.


Is there a point to adding this stupid shit to what is supposed to be an information-gathering thread?

Re: Definitive list of DLA errors
February 16, 2007, 03:39:15 AM
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- Doesn't nationalism require your support of the union?


No, it requires we support our own people... who are doing quite fine in Texas thank you. Come visit and we'll bleach some of that yankee arrogance out of you!

Re: Definitive list of DLA errors
February 16, 2007, 04:01:55 PM
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Come visit and we'll bleach some of that yankee arrogance out of you!


Something Bush could've said.

Re: Definitive list of DLA errors
February 16, 2007, 05:24:03 PM
Bush is a Yankee, a rich boy from Conneticut. And any man who goes hunting with altered, farmed, controlled birds is a perfect showing of arrogance.

Re: Should Texas secede?
December 05, 2011, 10:22:33 PM
Necroposting because this is going to be a hot topic again soon, starting with Vermont. America has always been two countries, one of which is the old-school conservative place, and another of which is the "nu" empire of liberalism. Personally, I say let the liberals go. Not sure which side gets Texas.

Re: Should Texas secede?
December 06, 2011, 12:58:18 AM
Doesn't nationalism require your support of the union?

Nonsense. The Union is a propositional nation-state conceived by insecure liberals who do not tolerate diversity. It is composed of one or more nations and is an artificial construct. A nation is a natural ethnic collective that may not even have its own territory. Several nations inhabiting North America were forced into the Union which in hindsight, as they also understood a priori, was against their best interests.
”The Revolution ends by devouring its own children” – Jacques Mallet du Pan, 1793

Re: Should Texas secede?
December 06, 2011, 01:31:52 AM
Necroposting because this is going to be a hot topic again soon, starting with Vermont. America has always been two countries, one of which is the old-school conservative place, and another of which is the "nu" empire of liberalism. Personally, I say let the liberals go. Not sure which side gets Texas.
I'd say that America is roughly four or five different countries.  You can break them down into liberal and conservative, but they still vary a great deal culturally / ethnically / etc.  Texas should just be an independent nation.  California and the surrounding wastelands can go fuck off and do whatever.  The rest of the country can split up into appropriate groups.  I know where I'll be.

Re: Should Texas secede?
November 24, 2012, 05:59:19 AM
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In Texas, talk of secession in recent years has steadily shifted to the center from the fringe right. It has emerged as an echo of the state Republican leadership’s anti-Washington, pro-Texas-sovereignty mantra on a variety of issues, including health care and environmental regulations. For some Texans, the renewed interest in the subject serves simply as comic relief after a crushing election defeat.

 But for other proponents of secession and its sister ideology, Texas nationalism — a focus of the Texas Nationalist Movement and other groups that want the state to become an independent nation, as it was in the 1830s and 1840s — it is a far more serious matter.

 The official in East Texas, Peter Morrison, the treasurer of the Hardin County Republican Party, said in a statement that he had received overwhelming support from conservative Texans and overwhelming opposition from liberals outside the state in response to his comments in his newsletter. He said that it may take time for “people to appreciate that the fundamental cultural differences between Texas and other parts of the United States may be best addressed by an amicable divorce, a peaceful separation.”

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/11/24/us/politics/with-stickers-a-petition-and-even-a-middle-name-secession-fever-hits-texas.html

Here's another exhibit of liberal democracy coming apart. If someone is true to each in principle, then any secession is equally right and just for all. If not, they are despotic, liberal and democratic in name only, and the ideal itself has already begun to expire.
”The Revolution ends by devouring its own children” – Jacques Mallet du Pan, 1793