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slidemansailor

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Re: "Stealth" Candidates
« Reply #15 on: December 12, 2006, 10:18:04 pm »

Back to New Hampshire...
by coincidence, today's Christian Science Monitor has an article on New Hampshire politics:
http://www.csmonitor.com/2006/1213/p01s03-ussc.html
This one speaks towards increased statism.
Perhaps the poles are rising and the middle is shrinking.  This could be interesting.  Maybe by 2010 there will be nobody left in the middle.  Won't that be fun to watch?
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Re: "Stealth" Candidates
« Reply #16 on: May 25, 2009, 09:37:45 pm »

ummmm,Slidemansailor the rio grande starts in colorado goes south thru new mexico then into texas along the mexican border.I think you mean the colorado river instead
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Re: "Stealth" Candidates
« Reply #17 on: October 29, 2009, 11:28:32 am »

Hopefully we can put enough in the Govt to affect real change in the right directions. Maybe even a President.
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Re: "Stealth" Candidates
« Reply #18 on: October 29, 2009, 12:07:42 pm »

ummmm,Slidemansailor the rio grande starts in colorado goes south thru new mexico then into texas along the mexican border.I think you mean the colorado river instead

Thank you for the correction/geography lesson. You made me do a little more research, and learn a bit more about both.  It is always fun for me to see threads that "young" forum members discover while investigating what The Mental Militia has to offer. So much more interesting than having a new thread start that may have been seriously hashed over a year ago.

In looking up both the Colorado and the Rio Grande, I think you may be correct, or I may have combined some elements of both rivers whose water has been over-consumed by Norte' Americanos with little regard to the entire ecosystem degradation... and no invitation for the Mexicans to join the party where power brokers divvy up the water rights.

Now that I'm three years older and wiser ;)
I'm wondering if the Mexicans cooked up a plan to restore their water rights.

First step is to emigrate to the seat of the water basin's political power until they become a political majority. Since it is hard for Mexicans to outnumber Anglos in the region, they will have to culturally embrace all South and Central Americans, also facilitating their relocations into the region. They have to retain a separate cultural identity via language, family loyalties, religion and other attributes to avoid being assimilated. Of course they will be facilitated in this by Ugly Americans who are happy to project "my way or the highway" to people with differences and exclude those little brown-skinned suckers from their society.

The next step ought to be fun to watch (from up north, anyway). Will they vote the water rights back, move the border north to include the river basins, make Spanish the only allowed language in the region or something else?
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