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    Re: Texas Republican Files Birther Bill

    Quote Originally Posted by RyrineaHaruno View Post
    I'd also find this a shameful waste of the Texas legislative time they have in office. You know what I am proud of were I come from regardless of stupid asses in the legislative process are bring down Iq points here in Texas.
    You have to admit though that the people who wrote the Texas constitution were incredibly wise to see to it that the legislature only meets every other year. Too bad the US Constitution wasn't written that way.

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    Re: Texas Republican Files Birther Bill

    Quote Originally Posted by Coronado View Post
    You have to admit though that the people who wrote the Texas constitution were incredibly wise to see to it that the legislature only meets every other year. Too bad the US Constitution wasn't written that way.
    Ture, it was incredibly wise of them. Agreed about the Us Constitution.

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    Re: Texas Republican Files Birther Bill

    Quote Originally Posted by Coronado View Post
    You have to admit though that the people who wrote the Texas constitution were incredibly wise to see to it that the legislature only meets every other year. Too bad the US Constitution wasn't written that way.
    True, it was incredibly wise of them. Agreed about the Us Constitution.

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    Re: Texas Republican Files Birther Bill

    Quote Originally Posted by danarhea View Post
    Actually, they already do that, and have been doing that for decades. But that's not good enough for the bat**** insane crowd.
    Actually, one would think so, yes?

    Please post a link.
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    why does this so called issue still live?

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    Re: Texas Republican Files Birther Bill

    Quote Originally Posted by danarhea View Post
    That's it, folks. From now on, any time I leave Texas to visit another state, I will be sure to cover my license plate, and wear a bag over my head. I don't want anybody to know that I am from the state that has the bat as it's official state seal. The stupidity here in Texas has now become overwhelmingly embarrassing.

    Article is here.
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    Re: Texas Republican Files Birther Bill

    Quote Originally Posted by RyrineaHaruno View Post
    Can we Nuke Mississippi too?

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    Look I only got so many nukes to go around.

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    Look I only got so many nukes to go around.
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    Re: Texas Republican Files Birther Bill

    Quote Originally Posted by danarhea View Post
    That's it, folks. From now on, any time I leave Texas to visit another state, I will be sure to cover my license plate, and wear a bag over my head. I don't want anybody to know that I am from the state that has the bat as it's official state seal. The stupidity here in Texas has now become overwhelmingly embarrassing.

    Article is here.
    Why do you ridicule this plan when all it does is reinforce a requirement found in the Constitution?

    What are you a "FIRSTER" or just another Ant-American Constitutionalists?

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    Re: Texas Republican Files Birther Bill

    Quote Originally Posted by Councilman View Post
    Why do you ridicule this plan when all it does is reinforce a requirement found in the Constitution?

    What are you a "FIRSTER" or just another Ant-American Constitutionalists?
    Surely, it's not, but what it looks like is that this Texas law is a response to the birther wackiness. It's embarrassing. That's probably why he ridicules it.
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