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    Re: Nullification for Texas? Will it work?

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    Re: Nullification for Texas? Will it work?

    Quote Originally Posted by danarhea View Post
    No problem at all. What don't you mine? Gold? Silver? Data?
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    Re: Nullification for Texas? Will it work?

    Quote Originally Posted by Missouri Mule View Post
    Works for me. I would vote to secede from this alleged union of socialist republics. Their values are not mine nor of most Texans. We didn't know that the Bolsheviks would control the government. It is time to just pack up and get out.
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    Re: Nullification for Texas? Will it work?

    Quote Originally Posted by Whip Comes Down View Post
    If you don't like Socialism, you're in the wrong country, my friend. Americans love Socialism. That's why we have Social Security.
    You mean lazy bums who won't get off their sorry asses and get a job! Real Americans are repulsed at Socialism.


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    Re: Nullification for Texas? Will it work?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bassman View Post
    You mean lazy bums who won't get off their sorry asses and get a job! Real Americans are repulsed at Socialism.
    Don't feed the troll.

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    Re: Nullification for Texas? Will it work?

    Quote Originally Posted by Missouri Mule View Post
    Median Income, by state, Three year average 2006-2008

    2nd New Jersey $67,508
    4th Connecticut $65,618
    15th Massachusetts $60,038
    21st California $57,988

    38th Texas $46,853

    Texas's median income is 20% less than California's, 31% less than New Jersey's.

    http://www.census.gov/hhes/www/incom...medfaminc.html

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    Re: Nullification for Texas? Will it work?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rassales View Post
    Median Income, by state, Three year average 2006-2008

    2nd New Jersey $67,508
    4th Connecticut $65,618
    15th Massachusetts $60,038
    21st California $57,988

    38th Texas $46,853

    Texas's median income is 20% less than California's, 31% less than New Jersey's.
    Perhaps Texans live within their means. Is there a list for that?

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    Re: Nullification for Texas? Will it work?

    Quote Originally Posted by EpicDude86 View Post
    Perhaps Texans live within their means.
    I guess they better.

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    Re: Nullification for Texas? Will it work?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rassales View Post
    Median Income, by state, Three year average 2006-2008

    2nd New Jersey $67,508
    4th Connecticut $65,618
    15th Massachusetts $60,038
    21st California $57,988

    38th Texas $46,853

    Texas's median income is 20% less than California's, 31% less than New Jersey's.

    Income - State Median Income
    It's all relative. I would venture to say that a 150,000.00 home in Texas would cost over 340,000.00 in NJ and upwards towards a million in CA. So really, what does it all mean?

    But I'm just guessing and pulling figures out of the air. I know that if I sold my modest home here in Wisconsin, even now, I would have enough money to buy one twice as good and twice as big with 40 acres of land, in Texas.
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    Re: Nullification for Texas? Will it work?

    Quote Originally Posted by disneydude View Post
    Good riddance....We'd be a better country without ya.
    Says the Left Coast.

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