Friday, February 11, 2011

If you don't secede at first, fight and fight again ...


     But what can you expect from such a timeless place of such beauty and separation from the rest of America, mixed up with a melting pot of people literally driven mad by the heat, then massaged with tourism dollars seizing them, for a few months, with perfect praise, in the winter. Doomed in 1912, they were, I believe, with a failure to lock into daylight savings time ... same year as the Titanic ... and a few decades before that, by a territorial history of genocide and hidden greed. And now, this, from a blogger at Salon.com ...

      "Just when you think that the leaders of Arizona could not demonstrate a higher degree of lunacy, they always manage to come up with something crazier.  Today, the AZ Legislature introduced a new bill (SB 1433) that essentially allows Arizona to decide for itself which U.S. federal laws and regulations will be enforced.  As E.J. Montini, of the Arizona Republic, said today, SB 1433 is 'a bill that would allow Arizona to secede from the union without having to do so officially.' ”
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