Y’all Don’t Fucking Mess With Texas!

The commissars of the O-ministration just don’t seem to get it. You mess with the fucking bull, you’ll get the horns. As we’re sure you know, the Ogabe regime, not in the least bit respectful of the separation of powers (or any other inconvenient part of the Constitution, for that matter), decided to utterly ignore the fact that they couldn’t get their Knee-cappin’ Trade bullshit through Congress and tasked the EPA with enforcing it anyway.

The Republic of Texas told them to go fuck themselves. Not at all happy about this lack of subservience to the Ogabe Politburo, the EPA then sent Governor Perry a nastygram stating that if Texas wouldn’t obey their un-Constitutional power grab, then the EPA would just take over the issuing of permits in Texas.

To which Governor Perry, undoubtedly getting a bit tired of DC and Ogabe’s regime’s inability to understand plain English, replied that they can, once again, go fuck themselves.

“The EPA’s misguided plan paints a huge target on the backs of Texas agriculture and energy producers by implementing unnecessary, burdensome mandates on our state’s energy sector, threatening hundreds of thousands of Texas jobs and imposing increased living costs on Texas families,” Katherine Cesinger, a Perry spokeswoman, said in an e-mailed statement.

The American Petroleum Institute chimed in as well:

“In unprecedented fashion, EPA is now coercing some states to relinquish their authority and is directly usurping state regulatory authority in Texas,”

Yeah, well. Ogabe and his commissars will just have to find out how well “coercing” works on Texans, won’t they? They could start off by asking Santa Anna, the “Napoleon of the Americas”, how fucking well that worked out for him.

Come and get ‘em, assholes. Here’s the thing, you puling socialist sucknozzles, y’all need us a whole lot fucking more than we need YOU.

We graciously let you yankee assholes join us in 1845, mainly because we felt more than a little bit sorry for you on account of what a bunch of effete, whining pussies you were and how much you were in dire need of a firm hand to stiffen up your non-existent spines, and we can sure as fuck throw you right out again unless you quit trying to mess with your betters.

Seriously, Governor Perry. You already once mentioned the word “secession”. We think it’s time you drag it out again to remind the worthless lemmings up north that you weren’t kidding. Let them fucking freeze in the dark while we down here enjoy the fruits of our labor and the land that G-d gave to us.

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30 comments

  1. 1
    LC Old Dog bloviates:

    Looking over from AZ, if we could get New Mexico involved could we say SUSA!

    A special Kewpie Doll to the first Rottie who can place that reference!

  2. 2
    angrywebmaster bloviates:

    Just so you know, not all of us up north are worthless commies. I, for one, support Texas and hope they do start a full blown constitutional crises. Succession is a ways off though. First, refusal to kowtow to Obama, then start pushing for a constitutional convention to start stripping away the powers the Feds have assumed for themselves. (Probably a complete rewrite of the commerce clause to start)

    If all else fails, then pull out, and take as many right thinking states with you as you can. (NH flipped back to Red State status big time last election) :em96:

    I would have moved down there some time ago if I could sell my house and convince my wife. (She’s an immigrant and has put down roots. She also learned to read/write English)

  3. 3
    Emperor Misha I bloviates:

    angrywebmaster said the following:

    Just so you know, not all of us up north are worthless commies. I, for one, support Texas and hope they do start a full blown constitutional crises.

    Oh, I know. We all know, and we certainly sympathize with your plight, living behind enemy lines like you do. We also know that ripping power away from the useless socialist swine isn’t easy up north (although NH certainly was encouraging) and that moving ain’t as easy as some might make it sound. We’re all with you, just as we know that you’re with us and we greatly appreciate the support from our brothers and sisters trapped in socialist hell.

    As to the moving bit: You know, it might actually be more useful to the cause to have you there behind enemy lines to cause, erm, confusion and the like. Let the socialist tyrants lull themselves to sleep thinking that everybody behind their iron curtain is a “friend”, then watch their discomfort and confusion when they realize that it just isn’t so.

    Not all citizens of the Soviet Union were enemies either. Quite a few of them turned out to be quite useful, as a matter of fact.

  4. 4

    I stand with Texas, I stand with Arizona…..I stand with any state that holds fast against this regime’s raping of our Constitution.

    Interesting, in that video at about 1:00 into it is an image of Confederate soldiers singing while holding the line in battle. The story behind that picture is this:

    During the Battle of Spotsylvania Courthouse, there was a salient or bulge in the line known as the Mule Shoe. This particular part of the Mule Shoe took a massed assault by Union troops and the troops tasked with turning back the assault were Stephen Dodson Ramseur’s North Carolina troops. During the battle, Ramseur went down wounded, temporarily breaking the chain of command….in the confusion of battle that followed Private Tisdale Stepp started singing “The Bonnie Blue Flag” and scores of his fellow Rebs joined in as they poured fire into their enemy. The North Carolinians pushed the Yankees back to their starting positions, sealed the breach in their lines and held the Mule Shoe in the most bloody close quarter fighting of the Civil War.

    a larger image is here

    What unbelievable courage and devotion to a cause. The question is:

    Do we still have that will today?

  5. 5
    DJ Allyn, ITW bloviates:

    Seriously, Governor Perry. You already once mentioned the word “secession”. We think it’s time you drag it out again to remind the worthless lemmings up north that you weren’t kidding. Let them fucking freeze in the dark while we down here enjoy the fruits of our labor and the land that G-d gave to us.

    I wouldn’t expect anyone to stop y’all. Take all of the other Gulf states with you if you want. It is bound to happen some day, so why not just pull the trigger on it now? It isn’t like the rest of the country couldn’t survive without you, and you certainly would feel much better off.

    Let’s do it.

  6. 6

    DJ Allyn, ITW said the following:

    I wouldn’t expect anyone to stop y’all. Take all of the other Gulf states with you if you want. It is bound to happen some day, so why not just pull the trigger on it now? It isn’t like the rest of the country couldn’t survive without you, and you certainly would feel much better off.
    Let’s do it.

    I’m in, just let me pack up first. And I think the first move should be to kick CNN out of Atlanta.

    Gulf ports, Gulf energy production, Gulf seafood industry, Southern sugar production, major industry like boeing relocating to business friendly states like South Carolina…..

    something tells me that the northern liberals WOULD miss us once the cost of sweetening their lattes costs as much as the MRI’s they can’t get under obamacare.

  7. 7
    LC Old Dog bloviates:

    Crap, no takers so far. HINT # 1: Ben Raines

    If necessary more to follow! :em41:

  8. 8
    Emperor Misha I bloviates:

    DJ Allyn, ITW said the following:

    It isn’t like the rest of the country couldn’t survive without you, and you certainly would feel much better off.

    Let’s do it.

    It may come to that and, if it does, it certainly is a better solution than the current situation.

    My perfect solution, however, would be to keep the Union intact and return it to what the Founders wanted it to be: A Union of equal states with no federal overreach. If the Northern states want to turn themselves into Europe then so be it, but don’t force the rest of us to finance it or follow you into oblivion.

    It’s time to rediscover States’ Rights.

    And thanks, Jaybear!. I didn’t know that and I always find it fascinating to learn more about that most ruinous conflict. You truly are a scholar as well as a gentleman!

  9. 9
    Emperor Misha I bloviates:

    LC Old Dog said the following:

    Crap, no takers so far. HINT # 1: Ben Raines

    I got it, but I ain’t spoiling it. It would be unfair, wouldn’t it?

  10. 10
    Emperor Misha I bloviates:

    Jaybear, Colonel of Imperial Ancient Artillery said the following:

    Gulf ports, Gulf energy production, Gulf seafood industry, Southern sugar production, major industry like boeing relocating to business friendly states like South Carolina…..

    You forgot the bit about where the majority of our service members come from. Without them, Canada could take over the Northern United States with a Girl Scout Troop. :em01:

  11. 11
    LC Subotai Bahadur, Lord Pao An bloviates:

    #’s 1 & 7 LC Old Dog

    Got to the thread late. William Johnstone’s “Ashes” series. I commend to the attention of all his recent books dealing with the southern border.

    And if I had the money, I would have some property in Texas, just so I could claim residency at need.

    Have to do something about the New Mexico version of the Danzig Corridor though, between Texas and Arizona.

    LC Subotai Bahadur, Lord Pao An

  12. 12
    LC Old Dog bloviates:

    Response to LC Subotai Bahadur, Lord Pao An @:
    I think a short conversation with cmblake6 could solve our corridor problem. He would not lack for flanking fire! :em95:

  13. 13

    a little trivia regarding the Bonnie Blue Flag:

    Today, the flag flies in most of the Florida Parishes of Louisiana, and is used on road signs along Interstate 12, which has been designated the “Republic of West Florida Parkway.”

    hear any calls of removing that “racist” symbol of the Confederacy by Sharpton and others? Of course not, they’re too ig’nant of our country’s history to know that

  14. 14
    Library Czar bloviates:

    Arizona has coal, uranium, natural gas, gold, silver, copper three to four growing seasons per year and grows more cotton than even California now. Which is to say we are the number one cotton producer in the country. As Texas goes so do we. NM could be a problem however. Ship enough ETOH to NM and they will follow.

  15. 15
    LC HJ Caveman82952 bloviates:

    Give ‘em hell, Misha!!!! :em69: :em04:
    From behind the lines here in Central Kalifornia. We have no luv for demorats here after what they have done to our economy. To be sure, they will seek to belittle you, to ridicule you, but one thing they will not do is fight you. I will stand in support, in word and deed. I’d be there now but for one detail, I married her thirty years ago…..we sit at Stanford now, she getting chemo but feeling OK. Tell bongo to go fuck himself, a lot of haughty lefites say let you go, use that to your advantage. :em04: The South is the future of this country, not the north.

  16. 16
    DJ Allyn, ITW bloviates:

    Emperor Misha I said the following:

    It may come to that and, if it does, it certainly is a better solution than the current situation.

    This has been a threat hanging over everything ever since Texas became a state, being able to secure the “right” to leave if they choose. I say choose already. Shit of get off the pot. As far as the rest of the country being able to get along without the Gulf States? I think we’d do just fine.

    My imperfect solution is to return to pre-Reagan. Stop the redistribution of our nation’s wealth to the top one percent, bring back serious tariffs, end the insane trade policies that benefit every other country but our own, and start moving back to a cash/carry economic system. But I think it is way too late now.

    Personally, I don’t have a problem with a sovereign states rights situation — only because I live in a state that could be self-sustaining if only the US Government wasn’t involved. But I can think of a fairly large number of states that rely on that government tit in order to survive, and without federal dollars being showered down on them on an annual basis, they would have dried up and blown away a long time ago.

    There are some states out there that wouldn’t have any roads, no power, no running water (or water period) without federal dollars. Even states like Alaska, which is rich in oil and timber would have problems galore if they didn’t get federal money.

    Here is the problem as I see it:

    People love to talk about “getting back to what our founding fathers intended”. I am sure that is quite the romantic image that doesn’t take into consideration that even during and after the ratification of the Constitution there were more disagreements than agreements. There were still mini-conflicts breaking out thirty years after the ratification of the Constitution. Heck, even the founding fathers who signed the Declaration of Independence were mostly reluctant to do so, because they really only represented a minority of the colonists at the time. Most had hopes that someday they might get back into the good graces of the Crown instead of breaking away from it. This whole school child image of our nation’s start is a sanitized and idealistic version of what happened.

    Some of our founding fathers had the mind of creating our own monarchy here in the colonies. George Washington would have nothing of it, when it was suggested that he be our king.

    Instead of us trying to get back to that magical “founding father’s intent”, why not forge ahead with a new Constitution, one that is updated for the 21st century that takes into consideration the experiences of our past 235 years? Reboot ourselves, so to speak. It gives us the chance to clarify explicitly, once and for all, the areas of conflict we have in our Constitution. Guns, immigration, social issues, governance, you name it. Wipe out any and all previous laws, rules, regulations, rights, and start with a new set.

    This whole “getting back” thing is never going to happen. We’ve opened pandora’s box 235 years ago, and trying to stuff it all back is impossible. Quit looking back, look forward. We need to think about the next 235 years, while keeping an eye on what we’ve learned so far.

    If it is state’s rights and limited federal government? Then I am all jiggy for it. But this is something that we all have to decide on using present day input. We are no longer thirteen tiny colonies clinging on to a tiny hunk of land surrounded by miles upon miles of uncharted territory on the other side of an ocean from the real wealth.

    That is just my thought.

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    Library Czar bloviates:

    Even states like Alaska, which is rich in oil and timber would have problems galore if they didn’t get federal money.

    Much of that federal money goes to tribes not the average Alaskan. The tribes are paid billions in federal dollars on top of the oil and timber money they get. Alaska has oil, timber, ocean products, coal, gold, silver, diamonds and much more. Stop the federal dollars and let them sell their products on the open market and they would do just fine. Make the Skimos work for their dollar rather than sit in their government provided home with government provided EVERYTHING. Otherwise they can just eat stinkheads and go back to the stone-age lives they had even as late as the 1920′s.

    You have it wrong, Alaska has problems because of the federal dollars. Do away with them and they would be just fine.

  18. 18
    BigDogg bloviates:

    Emperor Misha I said the following:

    Without them, Canada could take over the Northern United States with a Girl Scout Troop.

    Isn’t that the extent of Canada’s military? :em93:

  19. 19
    DJ Allyn, ITW bloviates:

    BigDogg said the following:

    Isn’t that the extent of Canada’s military? :em93:

    More than it needs.

  20. 20
    Light29ID bloviates:

    I do hate to be the bed wetter of the Empire but because, under certain conditions, talk/actions of secession can be “interpreted” as sedition and, unlike treason, the laws are a little more vague, therefore more prosecutable .

    Remember, we can/will/are/possibly watched on this, or any other site.

  21. 21
    LC Rabidfox bloviates:

    When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.

    Light 291D, we have a good prescidence to follow

  22. 22
    DJ Allyn, ITW bloviates:

    Response to Light29ID @ 20:

    Talking about such things is protected speech. It becomes prosecutable when you start taking words and turning them into action in some way. Conspiracy laws are much the same thing. You can talk all day long about different scenarios of a criminal act, but the instant you make plans to carry out such actions is when you are guilty of the conspiracy. That is the fine line, and it has gotten a LOT of people in trouble.

    For the past twenty years, federal prosecutors have been using confidential informants and the conspiracy laws to snag drug “kingpins”. All the CI has to do is trick some unsuspecting dupe into planning to buy or sell some large quantity of drugs and the conspiracy is there. There doesn’t have to be any drugs involved, just the plan.

    Typically, a conspiracy charge will get the poor sucker a mandatory ten or twenty years in prison. Some might even get thirty years. It all depends on what the conspiracy to commit crime actually is. They consider the conspiracy to commit to be equal to actually committing the crime, so if there is a conspiracy to commit murder, then the penalty would be for committing murder, except with a mandatory sentence. Basically, you can get less time for actually committing the crime than if you just conspired to commit it.

    That is how fucked up our federal criminal justice system is.

  23. 23
    Light29ID bloviates:

    Response to DJ Allyn, ITW @:

    Not to be an ass, but in just what state are you barred before the bench?

    We have a regime that takes free speech and twists it into Playdough. They have absolutely no compunction to drag someone into court and crucify them on trumped up charges of spitting on the sidewalk if they can get away with it.

    These asswipes don’t believe in the Constitution but THEY do believe in the subjugation of the population.

    If anybody doesn’t think that we’d be some of the first to be dragged in the “reeducation camps” by Janet Cuntlitano is dumb, ignorant or a fifth columnist.

  24. 24

    Response to LC Old Dog @:
    William W. Johnstone, “The Ashes”.

  25. 25

    LC Old Dog said the following:

    Response to LC Subotai Bahadur, Lord Pao An @:
    I think a short conversation with cmblake6 could solve our corridor problem. He would not lack for flanking fire!

    Indeed. :twisted:

  26. 26
    LC Patton bloviates:

    It may come to that and, if it does, it certainly is a better solution than the current situation.

    Nonsense. Secession would be an awful solution. The United States of America would never allow a state to secede, as the United States constitution does not permit it (Texas vs. White, 1869) and the US military is more than equal to the task of defeating any number of rebels. Furthermore, the military would side with the federal government, as soldiers are sworn to uphold the constitution, which as previously stated does not permit secession. Hundreds of thousands if not millions of Americans would die in the ensuing war, and whether or not this hypothetical Second Confederacy succeeded in its aims or not it would devastate the United States and likely end our status as a superpower forever.
    The solution to the current Obama administration is the same as the solution was to the Carter administration; at the next Presidential election, take back our government through the democratic process.

    bring back serious tariffs

    Any decent economists can tell you that tariffs always hurt consumers more than they benefit producers.

  27. 27
    LC Thresher bloviates:

    Response to LC Patton @:

    You seem to be assuming that the Second American Civil War will simply be a replay of the First with smart weapons in place of musketry and cannon.

    I strongly suggest you read Tom Kratman’s A State of Disobedience to see what another civil war would look like in this country. It will likely be a pronounced, highly visible constitutional crisis with some relatively light kinetic action thrown on top.

    Assuming things do go completely tits up and we settle in for the long fight, do you really think the Left has the stomach for it? I have no doubt they’ll fight to the last ATF agent or the last Oath-breaking soldier (and yes, it IS a violation of the Oath), but how many Congressmen, Senators, senior bureaucrats, sympathetic journalists and actors, traitorous Supreme Court “justices,” and White House staffers are they willing to sacrifice?

    There won’t be front any front lines. No true Patriot centers of gravity for the Enemy to destroy. Their enemies will be every American who loves their liberty and has the courage to acquire a weapon and use it. Fighting a 4th generation war against American patriots would be more than they could stomach, methinks.

  28. 28
    LCRedneckProgrammer bloviates:

    Hail Rotts :em04: :em04: :em04:
    @jaybear

    I found out recently that my Great Great Grandfather fought with the North Carolina 26th regiment.
    I don’t know if they fought at Spotsylvania, but I’m pretty sure they fought at Gettysburg.
    I do know one thing for sure, the Battle Flag flies over the fanily farm and has nothing to do with race.

    P.S. Happy New Year. I’ll toast you and all the Rott’s with an RC and a Moon Pie.

  29. 29
    NevadaSteve, Imperial Scrivener bloviates:

    DJ Allyn, ITW said the following:

    Stop the redistribution of our nation’s wealth to the top one percent, bring back serious tariffs, end the insane trade policies that benefit every other country but our own, and start moving back to a cash/carry economic system. But I think it is way too late now.

    Bring on the STOOPID!

    The top one percent gets about 25 percent of the income of this country and pays about 40 percent of the taxes. They pay their way, which is all that can be asked of them. Why should they have part of their money (That’s THEIR money, not yours.) stolen from them and given to someone too lazy to get off their ass and actually work for it. The government is not authorized by the Constitution to steal from one American just to turn around and give it to someone else.

    I actually agree with part of your post, we should reboot ourselves and get rid of all the ridiculous leftist judges decisions that have corrupted our system.

  30. 30

    Response to LC Patton and LC Thresher @:

    It would be relatively clean and nice if thd coming civil war were a replay based on classic board wargames, with two neatly organized and divided teams having a go at it. I expect reality will be so much messier and worse.

    Consider the developments in irregular warfare. Look to more recent examples such as (former) Yugoslavia, Lebanon, , or the North Caucasus. Or for that matter, Spain in 1935-36, before things settled into a “conventional” pattern. Or if you really insist on a rematch of Blue and Gray pay more attention to the Missouri theater. :em95:

    While all my current neighbors are decent sorts, there are several from recent past years that I was resolved to go eliminate in the event of civil unrest – or maybe greet them in ambush when they came to pop me. :em96:

    The coming war will be violent and very messy, with numerous “sides” and shifting alliances – Whites (Conservative vs Left), Blacks, Mexicans, Muslims. And it will get even messier when some of the local groups get crossed-up because they’re not nimble enough to keep track of the latest changes in their side’s alliances.

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