Alec Baldwin Laughs at Southern Secessionists, Calling Them 'United States of Caucasia' (Video)
The "30 Rock" star says of those that want to leave the United States post-Obama re-election: "It’s amazing, because we actually agree on something for the first time."
Alec Baldwin, ever the Twitter enthusiast, has a new idea for a trending topic: #secession.
The 30 Rock star appeared on Late Show last night and discussed with host David Letterman the slowly-growing online petition movement run by southern citizens hoping to secede from the union now that President Obama has been re-elected. He was not very impressed with their numbers.
“They say that it’s 750,000 people out of 300 million people," Baldwin noted, "gosh darn it, that’s one quarter of one percent of the people of this country want to secede. It’s trending. Hashtag secession. It’s all over Twitter.”
But hey, Baldwin isn't totally against the idea, adding, "It’s so strange because I had many of those states on a list of states I would like to secede from the United States."
And if it'll help, he even has a few names for them: The United Flakes of America, or maybe The United States of Caucasia.
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