"The United Nations scoffed on Friday at claims by a judge in Lubbock County, Texas, that U.N. troops could invade the southern U.S. state to settle a possible civil war, which the judge warned could be sparked if Obama is re-elected in November." [Via]
Hey, do we still prosecute for treason?
@Bridget Callahan Ask Bradley Manning. (Caveat: He doesn't know the answer yet, either.)
'I'm going to stand in front of their armored personnel carriers and say 'You're not coming in here,' he said. 'And if they don't like it? I'll put up my hands, palms out, just like this – just like I'm doing here, and I'll say it again, but louder and more slowly this time, because I don't know how many of them will speak English. Maybe they'll have a translator. I don't know. But I'll put my hands up, making it very clear that we – Texas, that is, by we I mean myself and all of the other citizens in Texas – didn't like it when Obama gave us to the U.N. and that they're not welcome here. I certainly won't invite them in the house or offer them anything, even though they'll presumably have traveled quite a long distance and would appreciate a sit-down and a cup of coffee. Won't even give them directions. Not even if they ask. Taking a hard line, I am.'
@melis "I don't know how many of them speak English." That's a problem the UN would have with the Texans, not the other way around.
I was pulled over for speeding by the League of Nations.
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