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  • rwergo rwergo Nov 13, 2012 1:20 PM Flag

    Petition to SECEDE from union

    When any form of government becomes destructive with their powers, stocks
    will lose market share. To resolve this problem, it is the right of the people to
    alter or abolish it, and start a new government.
    I, personally do not want myself or my stocks to be a slave to the blue nanny
    states. Join the following states, by signing your state petition. CO,FL,GA,IN,
    KY,LA,MI,MS,MO,MT,NJ,NY,NC,ND,OR,SC,TN,TX. You may want to omit
    NJ,NY,OR...... Google we the people

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • How discouraging. Go ahead,guys, and stick with ALEX whose members are pledged to serve the 5% riches Americans. Have fun when our beautiful country is destroyed and YOU are not included!

    • I totally agree, unfortunately, I live in the most disgusting liberal State, Massachusetts; if your
      last name is Kennedy even tho you have no experience and you just moved out of Mama's house,
      you win. If you are a fake Indian, who lied on your resume'& got a job at Harvard, and pretend to be for the middle class when you are earning 350,000 to teach one class, you beat out the only Senator who reaches across the isle and gets things done. I have a friend in Texas who tells me they are in the process right now of trying to secede....she claims it's legal. Good Luck to those
      who are fortunate enough to live in a two party State.

      Sentiment: Hold

 
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