England To Become Our 51st State On July 4

I just had to reblog this!

The Return of the Modern Philosopher

England to Become Our 51 State | The Return of the Modern PhilosopherPresident Obama has chosen Independence Day Eve, Modern Philosophers, to make the shocking announcement that England will become out fifty-first state on July 4.

“Sure, our will flags look a little awkward now with a fifty-first star,” The President told the stunned White House Press Corps, “but think of all the jobs that will be created to make new flags and sew another star on the existing ones.  Plus, this is really good for our longtime allies, who needed to feel like they were part of a larger community again.”

Of course, President Obama was referring to England’s recent Brexit decision to leave the European Union.

Pretty much everyone was shocked by the announcement, its timing, and the rush to have England become a part of the United States.

“I just thought it would be incredibly ironic for England to join the Union on the very day that we celebrate…

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5 responses to “England To Become Our 51st State On July 4

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  3. Haha. Or will England become the 50th state, after Texas succeeds from the union again? Hugs.

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