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==GILBERT, Arizona - An Arizona woman ran down her husband with the family SUV Saturday night after an argument over the presidential election, CBS 5 KPHO reported.
According to the report, Holly Solomon was arrested and charged with domestic violence and aggravated assault charges after she chased her 36-year-old husband in their Jeep SUV through a parking lot before pinning him between the SUV and a curb. The husband was in critical condition.
Officials told the station that Solomon, 28, argued with her husband over his lack of political involvement and that she believed her family would suffer under a second term of President Barack Obama.
Secession petitions flood White House website
http://www.politico.com/politico44/2012 ... 49291.html
President Obama's reelection last week has prompted a slew of requests to secede from the United States.
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Using the Obama administration's own We the People website, nearly two dozen petitions have sprung up asking the Obama administration for permission to withdraw from the Union.
The two most popular petitions, Texas and Louisiana, have both drawn more than 10,000 signatures each as of Monday morning. The Texas petition needs only 7,000 more signatures to trigger an official White House response.
None of the petitions explicitly cite Obama's reelection as a reason for independence, but all were created after last week's elections.
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"The citizens of the US suffer from blatant abuses of their rights such as the [National Defense Authorization Act], the [Transportation Security Administration], etc," the Texas petition charges. "Given that the state of Texas maintains a balanced budget and is the 15th largest economy in the world, it is practically feasible for Texas to withdraw from the union, and to do so would protect it's citizens' standard of living and re-secure their rights and liberties in accordance with the original ideas and beliefs of our founding fathers which are no longer being reflected by the federal government."
Others are more vague for in their reasons for wanting to leave the country.
"just like in 1860 the south secede from the union. 2012 the state of georgia would like to withdraw from the USA," one of the Georgia petitions states.
Most of the petitions simply quote the Declaration of Independence in their request to depart the country.
As of Monday, residents of Kentucky, Oregon, Montana, North Dakota, Mississippi, North Carolina, Florida, Georgia, New York, New Jersey, Colorado, Arkansas, South Carolina, and Missouri have all expressed interest in dissolving their relationship with the United States.
except for oregon and new york
ketamine wrote: Also, I'd just like to point out that girls "exist".
Ein volk, unter Gottes...
Racism is born of stupidity a lot of the time, I'd probably flip those percentages.nowaysj wrote:99.9% pure racism. The other part is just stupidity.
Jodorowsky wrote:Birds born in a cage think flying is an illness.
i love how the img has cut off the %s for the d states.ehbrums1 wrote:
just found it funnies. hehe
Sheldon Adelson put amost a quarter of a billion dollars into the republican campaigns and he is about as jewsish as it getswub wrote:He was also Jewish, get the feeling that may be a factor as well...Wendy wrote:Stephen Spielberg's new movie (Lincoln) open next week. Would love 2 see, but since Spielberg was a big donor to Obama campaign - FORGET it
nowaysj wrote: i post on a forum based around a genre whose roots are not only in the acceptance but the glorification of zionism and destruction of babylon. I probably don't recognize this much because my criticism of zionism is largely based around looking cool on the internet and not on any concrete standards because if I had said standards I'd probably be critiquing every dub artist who has ever existed.
cheers for the honesty bruv
the sad thing is that our country doesn't recognize the real issue with this chart isn't that educated people are voting for obama, it's that the south is still undereducated. All of the states with "poor education" are still in areas where slavery was legal or immigration is heavy.... and in the years since the civil rights revolution we haven't improved the gap at all.
As much as it should be alarming that the south hasn't adjusted, it should be alarming that it hasnt become a priority of the north to bring the heavy minority pressence in the south up to the north standards.
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