Will Alaska Return to Russian Territory?

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Maybe Alaskans are tired of “One-Man rule by Obama” and think that they’ll get a better shake from Vladimir Putin…

(Fox News) DATELINE: JUNO, AK – Thousands sign WhiteHouse.gov petition for Alaska to secede — to Russia

“Vote for secession of Alaska from the United States and joining Russia,” the petition says.
The petition, though strangely worded and difficult to understand, describes how Alaska was originally settled and populated by native Russians.
Secretary of State William Seward purchased Alaska from Russia in 1867 for $7.2 million, in a decision decried at the time as “Seward’s Folly.” The territory officially became the 49th state on Jan. 3, 1959.
Meanwhile back at the White House, Barack is still, Barack. And the only thing that all Americans can agree on and rally behind is the certainty that Joe Biden is just one tick dumber. Vlad is revered by his subjects as the return of Ivan the Terrible. Barack is revered for being half African and for his ability to read the words on a teleprompter written by whoever is really running the Republic (but we know for sure that it’s not Congress).

Sure, the Alaskan’s are having fun at Barack’s expense but he can take a joke, right? Or will the IRS be auditing everyone who signed that petition?

5 thoughts on “Will Alaska Return to Russian Territory?

  1. Odd, the mainstream media hasn't said much about the petition. Wonder why? Looks like news to me.

  2. I don't think that it fits in with the Obama Agenda, therefore, you won't see it on MSNBC.

  3. They might have more difficulty in rural Alaska than they'd have in an affluent (or effluent) suburb of San Francisco.

  4. LOL, Alaska petition is a joke, but what about the California to Mexico petition?

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