Texas, our Texas, oh how we love Her

Texas, our Texas, oh how we love Her

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Texas is a Nation

Some of us weren’t lucky enough to have been born in Texas, I am one of those not born here but still claim Texas as my HOME.

I was born about 20 miles across the Texas and Louisiana state line but I still got here as fast as I could. I was 6 months old when my folks moved to Odessa back in the days of  oil boom in the Permian Basin.

The die was cast and I have been, except for a bit of my childhood when I had no choice, a Texan tried and true, and I have spent the better part of my 61 years living in Texas!

Texas truly is a *State of Mind*, and sure, we get called a lot of names by Yankees, the Left, the Libs, you know who I mean, and surprisingly, a few of them claim to be native Texans, but I have some serious doubts about that Texas birthright they claim.

There are many, and I am one of them, that would love to see Texas proclaim its freedom and once again become a FREE Republic. It may never happen in my lifetime but I can still hope!

God truly DID bless Texas.

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6 Responses to Texas, our Texas, oh how we love Her

  1. Robert says:

    Well Fred, Texas is on my potential list. But the closer I get to retirement, the closer I get to wanting to be away from the HOT!

    On a side note, ya’ll might want to start building walls around Dallas and the border Democrats are moving in big numbers.

    • Bloviating Zeppelinq says:

      I’m with Robert. The older I get the less I can do heat and humidity. Wearing a dark uniform for 35 years was one reason. Water is another issue and it will be a larger issue in years to come. Wish I didn’t have to wait for my wife to retire.

      There is a movement to create the State of Jefferson here in Fornicalia and Oregon — of which I am a part. It’s actually beginning to gain a bit of momentum, which is surprising me.


      • TexasFred says:

        As much as I would love to see it happen I honestly don’t believe these rubber-legged bastards have the guts to stand and become The Republic of Texas… Damned shame too, we could secure the borders, run out the terrorists and illegals and make it just fine in life…

        I don’t worry too much about the heat in Texas, there’s going to be a hotter place than this one day…

        • the unit says:

          Wish for “like’ button. Just hit 97 here at 2:30 in N.W. Florida. But go outside for a few minutes, you can smell you are alive and still kicking. :)
          Of course I inside now, showered, paid my electric bill, had my A.C. checked in the spring. All’s well the American Way.

  2. mark says:

    Hope springs eternal they say. My hope would be for most of the union to seceed and leave dc to the dems but I’m just a little fish in a big lake. Couldn’t be that hard to take a few unwanted stars off the flag could it? Just a thought

  3. Eugene Kipp says:

    Texas has always been on my mind,, but I claim Georgia which is deep south. Ray Charles has proved that.
    I will always love texas and texans. Maybe I can claim to be an honorary Texan since I make a mean Texas style BBq sauce and wear a Texan hat.

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