If you could get rid of any one of the fifty states… April 1, 2014 If you could get rid of any one of the fifty states, which would you choose? via To Share click →FacebookTwitterPinterestRedditTumblrWhatsAppEmailPrint
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Texas, Texas, Texas, and Texas!
Haters gonna hate..
I would probably pick Texas, although Arizona, Florida, and South Carolina keep trying hard to be my choice.
California and everyone in it. *what a glorious world that would be*
Danny S- let me know what state you live in and that’s my pick…
Kentucky, and have at it.
New York. I have never seen so many people with so much education that lack any common sense. No wonder they want governemnt to regulate everything. If we put buckets over all their heads there would be a huge meeting of people with buckets on their heads calling for the State to regulate buckets.I actully may try this.
Great comment! It can be true in a lot of major cities (never been to New York). Well said. So educated but absolutely no social skills, sometimes downright rude in fact!
California…at least the wacky southern part.
Whaaaa!!! I would say Arizona so then we could fill the hole with fresh water and end the drought.
Cuz all the cool things are happening there in the warm sunshine and you live in a sh!t hole?
Alaska, that way Texas would be the biggest state.
I can honestly say none.
AND that is why we loves you. <3 <3 <3
Even if DC is not a state,
Nuke it from orbit NOW!
Illinois, it just might clean up politics some.
Technically not a state but District of Columbia. Wed be getting rid of a lot of crooks.
Florida would be a good start.
I would say either Arizona or possibly Florida. Texas would be close behind as would Mississippi. Nebraska just plain sucks, so they would be a consideration.
Could we just turn down the intensity and only aim at Bieber and Cyrus?
Quite an incendiary question, Jonco. There’s good and bad in all 50 states, but if D.C. is in the running, it should happen when congress is IN…better yet, during the State of the Union.
I would get rid of North Dakota. Nobody lives there anyway. On the other side of the question, I would not want to get rid of Alabama. It keeps Georgia from having to border Mississippi…
Does anyone know it is a state? Anyone know the capital?
When you say get ride of the state, you mean just the land or just the people or both?
If the people do you mean, move them to others states or murder them all?
I think you are over thinking a kinda stupid question.
I just think these things are more fun if there’s more to it then people just shouting things like “Texas” or “Massachusetts” without some more context.
I agree with Texas! Only thing I like about it is seeing it in my rear view mirror.
Texas. It never should have been allowed to join the US. We have to keep Florida for bloggers to have a steady stream of ridiculous posts.
And a place for old Canadians to go to die.
I’d get rid of Kenya, you know, the state where our president was born.
Not sure if…
That was funny or stupid or a waste of typing
I’m going with stupid AND a waste of typing. Now I’ve wasted typing replying – I hate starting the day by being trolled!
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There are 50 states now? Did Obama get rid of 7 he didn’t like?
The State of Independence – so we could have access to all your resources 😉
Why all the hate for Texas? If you don’t love Texas, you don’t know Texas! Maybe you’re just jealous. I couldn’t choose to boot a state, because you’d have to throw out the good with the bad. I’d love it if I never had to hear the names Nancy Pelosi, Barbara Boxer, or Dianne Feinstein again. But would I miss San Fran? You bet. So I guess this question really boils down to: “What state’s politics do you hate?”
Illinois or California.
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