Austin isn’t Texas, it’s the ANTI-Texas, example xxx…

I’ve long said that Austin is an invasive cancer in the body that is the great state of Texas, and Austin constantly proves me right:

Austin mayor skipping Veterans Day parade over Confederate flag

“While Mayor Steve Adler announced he will not march in Austin’s Veterans Day parade Saturday “because that parade will include groups carrying the Confederate flag,” … Instead, Adler said he will honor veterans on Veterans Day weekend by volunteering at the Central Texas Food Bank, which he said serves a large number of the local veteran community”.

So not only does he insult Texans, the manages a concern troll AND virtue signaling in one stroke with the food bank comment. Texans should wall Austin off, Escape From New York-style, physically containing it the way you’d do a zoo full of dangerous animals.



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6 Responses to Austin isn’t Texas, it’s the ANTI-Texas, example xxx…

  1. Trinity WatersTrinity Waters says:

    Austin is the anti-Waco.

  2. TKC1101TKC1101 says:

    If Texas wanted to set back the trend of Austin, they need to remove state government from the city. Nothing moves a city towards progressivism like a surplus of government pensions.

    I suggest they distribute all state functions around the state. I think they have room.

  3. DevereauxDevereaux says:

    That’s actually a great idea. ALL states should decentralize their departments. Spread the wealth, so to speak. AND take away some of the power of proximity.

  4. BrentB67BrentB67 says:

    Austin as the state capital may be problematic, but the left wing looniness is rooted more in the combination of the University of Texas flagship campus and a strain of Texas flavored flower children that inhabited the lake areas in the 60’s. The Texas hippies had to actually work and get by and kept breeding.

    • TKC1101TKC1101 says:

      Like many things, it seems Texas actually bred Hippies who passed it down to succeeding generations. Many other places the children rejected the idiocy and really bad fashion sense.

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