Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Monuments Our Grandchildren Will Raise?

Inspired by a Facebook post made by Susan Hathaway.




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  1. You know the Opioid crisis is nothing to be ashamed for being apart of it. Seek help.

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    1. So, did help get you over your opioid problem? It doesn't seem to have done much for you otherwise.

      Were you born hateful, or did you learn it later?

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    2. "Were you born hateful, or did you learn it later?"

      That's just the way Illinoisans act. They're raised that way.😉

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  2. I think it can be achieved without firing a shot.

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    1. Yep, if the left succeeds in bringing down Trump's government, and the country with it, we won't even have to fight ... just hae a government ready to slip into place...

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    2. Unfortunately, they don't. It'll delve down to the individual states. Without any such government waiting in the wings, it's hard to say what would happen. However, I just don't see a shooting war over it. I don't think you could find ten people in New Jersey or Minnesota willing to die to hold onto places that at best, they couldn't care less about, and at worst, don't like. They'd be too busy just trying to survive, anyway. It might force them think about their own states and cities for a change. Instead of worrying about what people in Texas or Georgia are up to. Or how people in Oklahoma vote.

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    3. The South isn't really ready, but I believe it could and would get ready quicker than any other area of the country. Also, the South would put together a far different government than New England, the Midwest and the west coast.

      Our new government wouldn't have to do aything to get rid of all the (US) outlanders who've moved here in recent decades. They will probably vacate the premises on their own. There will be some harder nuts to crack, illegals from below the border, and Muslim "refugees", who the government should take care of.

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