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Saturday, 18 April 2009

image for Texas to become Independent and reinstate Slavery: President Rick Perry
Mr. Perry to follow his favorite leader

Houston (New Texas Country): President Rick Perry announced that Texas is to become a new independent state as result of the economic and recession effect. He also announced that Texan who want to join Union will be prosecuted in full public view just like Taliban does in Afghan-Pakistan area. So he asked Texan to stay away from these people.

Critics of Mr. President Perry say that by asking people to keep distance from some people, he has virtually warned them in Taliban style.

Still, Opposition have pounced on the Perry the President, saying he is stirring up talk of states' people will to slave, Civil War, and Bushism. Under this new President, People have been given right to slave anyone they want, crack joke on Bussssh or anyone they chose to and drink oil as they wish.

However, critics have warned new president that by giving so many free-right to people, he will undermine his own power in future. They site an example of Bush becoming world wide joke topic.

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