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I would invade Georgia but ammo is expensive

Every so often, Georgia goes on about water rights and how Tennesseans took their land due to a surveying error. And their legislature tries to pass bills taking it back. Or something. And we Tennesseans do not accept that. Well, they’re at it again:

Georgia senators today passed a resolution calling for the correction of survey areas along the state’s northern border in a 48-2 vote, a news release states.

“The Tennessee Valley Authority has identified the Tennessee River as a likely source of water for North Georgia,” said Sen. David Shafer, R-Duluth, as he presented the resolution. “Yet the state of Tennessee has used mismarked boundary lines to block our access to this important waterway.”

Good thing for them ammo is real expensive or some Tennesseans might invade them instead of just waiting to repel invaders.

16 Responses to “I would invade Georgia but ammo is expensive”

  1. NUGUN Blog Says:

    If the Federal government had half a brain…

    It’d tell Georgia, California, and all these other twit states. No water for you…you have an ocean. Build some damn de-salinization plants.

    Seriously, I think Colorado should refuse water to California until they embark on building at least a couple dozen large desalinization plants along its coast.

  2. Divemedic Says:

    Georgia is in similar arguments with Florida and Alabama. Reminds me of Spaceballs. 100 years of fresh water? The way he runs things, it won’t last 10.

  3. Old NFO Says:

    Hatfield’s and McCoy’s redux coming up!!! :-)

  4. nk Says:

    It’s been done. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Army_of_the_Tennessee#The_Atlanta_Campaign

  5. Smince Says:

    The problem with your ammo logic there, is that we here in Georgia have almost 1.2 million more “cold, dead hands” gun owners than you boys. *And*, we don’t give a rats ass if Atlanta burns again. The city could use a reset and the surrounding areas could use the heat right about now. Now if you’ll excuse me I’m going to get a drink of water.

  6. comatus Says:

    See, there’s Georgia’s weakness: I’ve known Tennesseeans who could go for years without a drink of water.

    Exploit that as you will. You might try decoying them, too. I hear they always ride to the sound of the guns.

  7. erik Says:

    I would invade too. We don’t defend Memphis and they have all the water.

  8. Frank Says:

    Seriously, I think Colorado should refuse water to California until they embark on building at least a couple dozen large desalinization plants along its coast.

    And repeal all its gun laws…

  9. james Says:

    I like Georgia more than Tennessee,I’ll go with GA. and I don’t have a ammo shortage.Their whiskey sucks anyway.

  10. montieth Says:

    Hey, we’ll just declare it a park area and guns aren’t allowed and you Tenneseeans can’t go there. ;-P

  11. Kristophr Says:

    Those boundaries were set when Tennessee entered the union, sorry.

    Oregon has a similar issue with California … the border weaves like a retarded snake instead of follow the actual longitude line, due to surveyor’s errors.

    Eventually, both states were ordered by District court judges to stand down and stop acting stupid.

  12. Banjos & Paddles Says:

    Well come on if yur a comin’, cause we got banjos and paddles fer ya…….you shur got a perdy mouth, boy!

  13. Banjos & Paddles Says:

    I forgot, what’s yer name……Ned Beatty?

  14. Oldradartech Says:

    A friend in Atlanta told me that Atlanta wastes as much water as it uses – lots and lots of leaks in old-to-fricken-ancient water lines.

    Raised in Georgia, now a Tennessee resident, I fail to see why any Georgia boy would care less about Atlanta. I remember the bumper stickers – Sherman, where are you now Atlanta needs you?

  15. rahlquist Says:

    @NGUN Blog, as someone who moved to GA from CA a few years back I can tell you, if the Army Corps of Engineers didn’t insist on draining one of this states largest sources of drinking water to support both Alabama and Florida aquatic species it wouldn’t be such an issue. Even in times of extreme drought they insist on draining the lake to make sure some species (of shrimp I believe) survive in the rivers and coastal areas. People be dammed. So forgive the state if they are desperate for water but what we have, we dont have control over evidently.

  16. Fill Yer Hands Says:

    Part of my strategy would be to invade now before Linoge’s hand heals.

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