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#84 - dtcrawl
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(05/03/2012) [-]
I was actually told Peurto Rico was a state the other day


#112 to #84 - Marker
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(05/03/2012) [-]
Bush attempted to make it a state once. He failed miserably.
#118 to #112 - dtcrawl
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(05/03/2012) [-]
So have a lot of other presidents actually. But the citizens don't want to pay American taxes
#120 to #118 - Marker
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(05/03/2012) [-]
And yet they're still subject to plenty of our laws.
#121 to #120 - dtcrawl
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(05/03/2012) [-]
Because America owns them, and they haven't asked for their independence. Would you? They economic stability because they're a colony of a very strong nation, AND don't have to pay high taxes. Win win situation for them
#95 to #84 - flannelnleftpocket
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(05/03/2012) [-]




I'm glad it isn't, it would **** up the way our flag looks
#87 to #84 - dameush
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(05/03/2012) [-]
once when my class had to do an oral report about Maryland 4 of them (there were 24 in the class) said that "without Maryland there wouldn't be 51 states"
#86 to #84 - Das
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(05/03/2012) [-]
They were probably just mistaken, considering it IS owned by the United States. We just let Puerto Rico stay themselves though.