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4 th Generation Texan  
Sutherland Springs  
July 17, 2012 7:56am
 
"matilde"...that's a fine idea EXCEPT, South Texas would no longer have access to 40% of the oil refining capacity in Houston, Beaumont, Port Arthur. South Texas would no longer have access rail and highway to the largest user of petroleum products. South Texas would no longer have easy access to Universities that teach petroleum engineering. South Texas would no longer be able to easily get to areas where relatives are located. For generations, South Texas has been a drag on Texas as a whole. The State has had to spend a lot more in development, job training in South Texas than any other region.....get the drift? I suspect if Texas were divided into 4 regions, South Texas would come in in last place in just about any category you can name except for poverty. Without north and east Texas you would be without most of the petroleum industry, the world's 2nd largest seaport, the Largest Medical Center in the World, at least 2 major financial centers, NASA, all the major sports teams, headquarters to about 75 of the largest companies in the USA, 2 of the largest airports in the USA, most of the good high school football players, most of the highly regarded school districts, and on and on and on . Now, if you want to talk of Texas seceding from the USA, then I'm with you on that.
     
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