Greenwich Secession Petition

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The Greenwich Time reports that a few Greenwich residents want to shove off. Thirty four people have signed it.

\"\"The Town of Greenwich is quaint, prosperous town that wishes nothing more than to be left alone and to its own devices. The State of Connecticut, in addition to to the United States Federal Government, has imposed burdensome taxes and regulations that restrict the small businesses. Specifically, the new capital gains tax imposed by the state legislature and regulation \”reform\” from the federal government such as Dodd–Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act have destroyed jobs in our town. Through secession, the Town of Greenwich wishes to establish a Constitutional Monarchy, ruling through divine economic authority. A wall will be erected on the Kingdom of Greenwich\’s lands that border Port Chester and Stamford. The Bedford-Armonk border will remain open.

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4 thoughts on “Greenwich Secession Petition

  1. Da Troof

    If Democrats keep chasing away the golden geese, they’ll lay their eggs in states that actually care about taxpayers and citizens. Keep electing liberals and watch the state continue to circle the drain.

      1. Da Troof

        Who said anything about Wyoming or North Dakota. There are other states without state income taxes in which the rich will domicile for 6 months + 1 day. To think it isn’t happening for them and upper middle class taxpayers is to ignore reality.

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