Friday, January 10, 2014

      If Texas ever should secede from the United States:

One would need a passport to visit Dealey Plaza in downtown Dallas, the site of Kennedy's assassination.

U.S. 71 in Texarkana would be among the more complicated international borders.  One would need a passport just to make a U-turn or to eat at a restaurant on the other side of the road.

Astronauts on manned U.S. spaceflights would radio back:  "Houston you have a problem.  You're now a foreign entity."

Celebrities like Willie Nelson, Kenny Rogers, and Selena Gomez would now need passports and work VISAs in order to perform in the U.S.

One would need a passport to visit the Buddy Holly memorial in Lubbock.

Texas authorities would be on their own when dealing with the mayhem between Ciudad Juarez and El Paso. 

A trip from Atlanta to Los Angeles would require a sharp detour to the north from Shreveport into Ft Smith then west into western Oklahoma, a sharp north into the western Oklahoma panhandle, then west on into New Mexico and Arizona---then on into L.A.

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