I’ve renamed the states

Pennsylbama.   Floribama.  Virginiabama.  Coloradobama.  New Mexicobama.  Iowabama.

Thanks to the 12apostophes contingent, Minnesotabama.

Thanks to Kam and me, Ohiobama. We’ll tell you how we did it when we recover from pounding the pavement.  We’re going to recover by some intensive interval-type shopping.
Looks like there might also be a North Carolinabama and Indianabama.

I’ve decided to rename a red state, too.  In honor of its achievements in the preservation of openly expressed racism against blacks — here’s the results of a survey of Kentuckians conducted by my local newspaper:

http://www.kentucky.com/news/state/story/568306.html

Excerpt: A survey of 600 likely Kentucky voters, which was taken Oct. 19 to 21 and has a margin of error of 4 percentage points, . . .  asked respondents to react to two statements about race in general.

More than three out of every five respondents also agreed with a statement that said “if blacks would only try harder, they could be just as well off as whites.” One fifth of people polled said they disagreed with the statement while 19 percent said they weren’t sure.

The 61 percent of Kentucky respondents who said they agreed with that statement is well above the 35 percent who agreed when asked the same question in a national Associated Press-Yahoo poll taken in September.

— and because I live there, I’ve decided to rename Kentucky.  From now on, it will be referred to as “Hussein.” Former Kentuckians, now known as Husseinites, need to just get the hell over it.

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