Howdy, Merka! Big ol' state o' Texas don't care to get told nothin' no more from no Justice Department sumbitches yehaa an' 'cetera. That's why they're takin' a breather from breakin' their fillies and havin' a gander at what they can do 'bout their nigra and Messican problems instead. First up, they maybe wouldn't like 'em to vote so much, an' if the D-O-J got a problem with it, the D-O-J knows where it can go! Texas AG Greg Abbott wants to take the Department of Justice all the way up to the Soopreme Court about it, and he's got a right-purty new argument: The
That T-shirt is not nearly short enough.
That would have been kinda tricky, as Texas was part of Mexico, the settlers had abandoned US citizenship and sworn allegience to Mexico - and were pretty much Mexicans themselves.
I put that in there because sometimes these replies get complicated.
Actually, I think that&#039;s the true test of a post. High-test p-ratings are nice - but I like to see the conversation going. Twenty or so replies is a nice target.
As for that whole Alamo thing - Mexico for the Mexicans. Unless they are Texicans, of course, or Tejanos. In which case it&#039;s pretty much every man for hisself...
What we call conservatism is actually a reactionary movement to make it the 19th century again.
For some reason I signed up for a year of The History Channel Magazine. There&#039;s an article this month about the Alamo. Not one mention of slavery as a primary reason Texas sought independence from Mexico.
I&#039;m having trouble reading the first paragraph because the reading voice in my head is just cold refusing to do the accent.
There are mornings when I just feel like forgetting the Alamo.
Texas: Time to appoint a federal receiver. Maybe Steve Ratner can do for Texas what he did for GM.