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Thursday, October 04, 2007

Here is the AP story on the new secessionist alliance of the extremes, referenced in the comments underneath the previous post. And here's who's happy about it. Like I said: the looney left and the paleocons. Actually, survey this list of contributors to and see if you can even tell the difference.

The loss of Vermont, admittedly, would be a major sweetener for any deal. Just think of a Senate without Leahy or Sanders! I'd certainly trade Mississippi for that! But no one's telling us how many southern states we'd lose, or which ones -- or why we should indulge this particular set of losers in the first place.

*SLAP* *SLAP* *SLAP* Listen up, Billy-Bob! And you too, A. Whitney Brainfree IV! We kicked a$$ in Fallujah and Ramadi and (pahdun me, ma'am) Chattanooga. We could take Burlington on our lunch break, seeing as you guys up there don't even know which end of the f'in' gun the f'in' bullet comes out of. Now go home and...