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  1. Ever since stationed in Texas in the Second World War, when I frequently heard Texans brag about their manifest superiority – largely because they were the “biggest” – I have often pondered how one might proceed to encourage them to secede. My pondering increased during GW’s tenure. It’s now out of control.

  2. US politics is becoming day by day a better comedy (naturally only for us non US citizens). USA has a collection of politicians who are so absurd that the worst European political populists are boring compared to them.

    Symptoms of the total collapse of US politics is this constant flow of political resolutions which US parliamentary system nowadays produces. What is the sense of Rep. Joe Walsh’s (R-IL) resolution to support Israel’s right to annex the West Bank in the event that the Palestinian Authority continues to push for vote at the United Nations. Palestinians and the rest of the world are laughing to these kind of threats.

    Somebody should ask this US political genius does that his right of annexing include the people living now in West Bank? Does Joe Walsh’s right to annex support that Israel kills and/or deports the Palestinians of West Bank or takes them to equal Israeli citizens. Astonishingly 30 collages are supporting this insane resolution.

    US president seems to be rather toothless in middle of these foreign policy resolutions and strange economical theories republicans produce. Well Soviet Union was destroyed by its political system/order, same seems to be happening in USA with its 2 party system which is now competing who can make the most absurd suggestions and is opposing everything.

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