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Saturday, February 22, 2014

CNN: 5 most miserable states

I didn't know there were just 5 most miserable states in our nation. If someone would have asked me, I would have replied that momentarily all 50 states are miserable to residence in. Yes, there are only 50 states and not 52 as many like to believe.

Besides being the capital of the United States, Washington D.C. is a federal district, not a state. Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, American Samoa, Guam, and the Mariana Islands are territories of the United States and the people born there are US nationals, but do not have the right to vote.

So much for the history lesson, although there still ought to be some states we are unaware of and haven't heard about yet. How else could the president have visited all the 57 states? As the head of the government he ought to know better than anyone else the number of states which are his to rule.

I can not imagine the ruler of our nation would be fibbing about this. Why should he? There is absolutely no reason for it. At least none that I can come up with, but then again I have fooled myself several times before where that is concerned.

Maybe he made an honest mistake and counted the federal district and all the above mentioned territories as states as well, but then there would still be one missing. Oh wait, I think I just discovered it. It is the state we all appear to be living in these days.

A sad state of affairs!



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