From the Horse’s…

“What are you wearing?”

In case anyone thought that item the other day about Texit was taken out of context, I found this. And it is worse than I thought:

Joe Rogan, Prznint of Texas?

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10 Responses to From the Horse’s…

  1. roket says:

    They can keep their oil. They can keep the members of the military who forsake their oath to the US but none of the equipment. I’d like to see them try to keep NASA.

    Also and away we go. Wasn’t the president in Idiocracy a wrestler? Joe Rogan announces wrestling matches. Coincidence? I think not.

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    • President Dwayne Elizondo Mountain Dew Herbert Camacho at least managed to learn to listen to the smart people in the room.

      Senator Rafael Zodiac Killer “Ted” Bundy Cruz thinks he is the smart person in the room.

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  2. No surer way to hear “Texas spun in. There were no survivors.”

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  3. jetsam359 says:

    Rogan sounds to much like Rogaine the treatment for balding men who are unable to be proud of a bare pate. Included are numerous side effects some of which can be fatal. Huh, so the analogy stands on its own…

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  4. sos says:

    Texit!? I thought he said: “Tedszit”.

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  5. Stony Pillow says:

    If North Korea can cobble together nukes, the South has a fair to middling chance. And in 10 years, we’ll have the threat of war with a thermonuclear Confederacy on our border.

    NO. NEVER.

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  6. The funniest thing about Ted Cruz’s ruminations about Texas the Country is even Ted Cruz knows he couldn’t be president of Texas the country, even if his deepest darkest reason for wanting Texit is because his schtick only works in Texas or similar. But he isn’t even Texas enough. I have some fun questions about what infrastructure the US gov lets TXTC keep (yeah, you don’t keep “NASA”) and how they are going to pay for their border protection schemes(Hello, suddenly discovering what taxes are for!) and other necessary statist upkeep systems that keep corporations interested in doing business with them (but also dependent upon the low tax rate amirite?) Yeah. He’s tripping.

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