Monday, June 04, 2007

I Say "Good Riddance!"

You know that state that brought us Howie Dean and has a Socialist/Commie Senator? You know Vermont, the "Green Moonbat Mountain State". Well Vermont is so BDS Leftarded, that they actually have a strong secession movement going on.
MONTPELIER, Vt. --At Riverwalk Records, the all-vinyl record store just down the street from the state Capitol, the black "US Out of Vt.!" T-shirts are among the hottest sellers.

But to some people in Vermont, the idea is bigger than a $20 novelty. They want Vermont to secede from the United States -- peacefully, of course.

Disillusioned by what they call an empire about to fall, a small cadre of writers and academics is plotting political strategy and planting the seeds of separatism.


"The argument for secession is that the U.S. has become an empire that is essentially ungovernable -- it's too big, it's too corrupt and it no longer serves the needs of its citizens," said Rob Williams, editor of Vermont Commons, a quarterly newspaper dedicated to secession.

"Congress and the executive branch are being run by the multinationals. We have electoral fraud, rampant corporate corruption, a culture of militarism and war. If you care about democracy and self-governance and any kind of representative system, the only constitutional way to preserve what's left of the Republic is to peaceably take apart the empire."

So they feel that the US Gov't is corrupt and ran by multi-nationals, and they are against the War on Terrorism. If they feel that way, they I say don't let the door hit you in the ass on the way out.

Sayinara, Adious, Goodbye!!

What these Moonbats from Vermont don't realize is that they couldn't make it on their own. They have no real tax base to support themselves, they have no real industrial base in which they can use for trade. Who produces their energy? Who would they use for nation defense? Do they think that they can live off of tourism only?

Moonbats have grand ideas that have no base in reality, and they act as if these grand ideas will get them somewhere.

I say never trust a state who's capital is named after a Fwenchman.

Mr Minority
Vehemently Against Vermont!