Report: GQP Argues Against D.C. Statehood

Sweet, sweet relief

House Democrats have passed a bill to make Washington, DC, the 51st state, and the Coup Klux Klan is preparing their legalistic counter-arguments:

So, I guess all but the original 13 states should resign, women do not have the vote, and Black Americans are ordered to return to the plantation?

Nice talk, Mike.

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9 Responses to Report: GQP Argues Against D.C. Statehood

  1. Kiwiwriter says:

    What state does this guy represent? One of the original 13?

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  2. spotthedog says:

    Nor did they intend for peanut butter to be mixed with chocolate. This may be one of those rare days when the highest level of stupidity has been made apparent before noon, but I’m not betting on that.

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    • Buttermilk Sky says:

      Peanut butter was invented by George Washington Carver, a former slave probably born in the 1860s (he didn’t know precisely), so they definitely didn’t.


      • MDavis says:

        Also, too, if I remember correctly, peanut butter was invented by GW Carver because of all the peanuts lying around. It was secondary to crop rotation so that peanuts could fix nitrogen back into the soil that cotton had ravished of that nitrogen.
        If I remember correctly.


  3. Naah the best stupid excuse is still that idiot standing next to Spawn of Cheney (R-Represents 100K Fewer People Than Live In DC) complaining that DC doesn’t have enough people to rate a single congressperson, let alone two senators.

    Closely followed by:

    “There are no car dealerships”
    “They don’t have any mines”
    “They don’t even approve their own budget”

    The founding fathers ALSO didn’t intend to let the human livestock who built the goddamned city to vote, either, or even be people.

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  4. roket says:

    Hey stupid, our Founding Fathers did abhor taxation without representation though.

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  5. Buttermilk Sky says:

    I think the founding “Anglo Saxons” would have been amazed to find someone named Loychik in Congress, or even in America.


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