Earlier this week, the League of the South erected a billboard in Tallahassee, right on Apalachee Parkway, just as your Republican legislature was winding its collective ass back to its collective leather chair of Tenther decision for the 2014 legislative session. And then the League (cough, Klan, cough) posted a video explaining their newest project-with-beards. With a dramatic and theatrical soundtrack that sounds kinda like Duck Dynasty ramped up on Last of the Mohicans, Michael Tubbs, the apparent spokesperson, explains the purpose of their latest billboard project, which is "promoting the independence of the state of Florida." Yup, this organization wants Florida to secede. BRING ON THE EARTHQUAKE, MAN. Dude, 1000 people move to the state of Florida every day. We'd have to erect a pretty huge wall to keep them all out.
The below video is brought to you by the Southern Nationalists. They are better than the Nazi Nationalists ... they hate more than Jews!
YouTube proves once again, anyone can make a video and reach a world wide audience... regardless of quality. Hey, at least they didn't use Comic Sans.
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