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flipper1966 flipper1966 56-60, M 11 Answers Nov 11, 2012 in Politics

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They can become a State if they wanted to now.

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Right- and they remain a commonwealth to avoid paying income tax

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I was under the impression that they voted "yes" on becoming a state last week.

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They did

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I know, I was trying to be diplomatic.

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I thought they should have been a state decades ago

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They've voted to become one, but that will take congressional approval. They should remain a commonwealth and enjoy the benefits. I'm thinking a move there would be good, then I don't have to pay income thievery tax.

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omg that would be awesome if they did but i dont know why they not already a state tho

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No. But, why don't we just put all the latin nations together in one big "bowl" because after all, all "latins" are the same and they all want to be Americans, right?

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Yep, I knew Spanish would come in handy one day.

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It depends who votes for it. The residents of P.R. or the Congress. Due to the great benefits that they get and the tax breaks, I am not sure they (P.R.) would want to do this.

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No. They get an amazingly good deal as a protectorate. Plus, I think they have something resembling a national identity. I think Hawaiians would like to go back to the good old days.

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No

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