News That Will Drive You To Drink

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Sweet, sweet relief


…says the Senator from South Dakota, a state that was literally created by splitting Dakota into two pieces for the exact same eff’ing reason as DC.

Heal thyself, Senator.

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7 Responses to News That Will Drive You To Drink

  1. Well considering the other ones complaining that it cannot be a state becuase it has no mines or oil wells, another finding the obscure Constitutional provision that ‘No territory shall become a state without having at least one Car dealership’

    James Madson looked at Alexander Hamilton and said “What the fuck is a ‘car dealership”???

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    • Jimmy T says:

      Read about that. Rep Jody Hice GQP claimed DC needs a car dealership to become a state. I’m thinking his logic is a little buggy,..

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  2. Jimmy T says:

    We should offer statehood to DC, Guam, and Puerto Rico. That would be 53 states, and 53 is a prime number. We would be indivisible…

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  3. Wesley Sandel says:

    Of course the five hundred thousand citizens in Wyoming deserve to be represented by two senators and the seven hundred and fifty thousand citizens in DC do one deserve to be represented by two senators.

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  4. lofgren says:

    Didn’t the maps in 1776 assume that the colonies went from ocean to ocean? The founding fathers would probably wonder why we didn’t just make the Dakotas part of Pennsylvania and spare ourselves the headache.


  5. spotthedog says:

    Nor do I think the Founding Fathers intended for any local village idiot to be easily able to slaughter dozens of people in a matter of seconds just by twitching his index finger.

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  6. roket says:

    My HS History teacher (that would be 69-72) told us way back then if any states were ever added to the union it would have to be two at a time. One red and one blue. For balance.


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