Lol no I brought it up only because the House of Representatives, the Senate, and executive branch of Puerto Rico is controlled by their "New Progressive Party" which is mostly affiliated with the GOP, and is a center-right party. If it achieved its aim of statehood, they would fall in with the Republicans as they almost always do. That said, its policies are a mix of what Americans would consider conservative sort of like in Europe. It favors the privatization of the public sector and is ardently anti-abortion, for instance, but also favors statehood and some widening of the social safety net.lol no puerto ricans are hardcore democrats, they are degenerate af
If we're going to have to change the flag anyway, we might as well split up California while we're at it.Considering the root cause of their financial collapse is kinda our fault?
Yeah, fuck it, why not.
We can keep it at 50 states, we'll just get rid of one of the shit ones nobody likes, like Florida or North Carolina.
Alright, are we finally going to get Jefferson?If we're going to have to change the flag anyway, we might as well split up California while we're at it.
I don't think Puerto Rico's political parties translate very well into Dems or Reps tbh. Its Dem leaning but its a rather socially conservative place.lol no puerto ricans are hardcore democrats, they are degenerate af
You want to trade one out of the three of America's cash cow's in exchange for a broke island that can't even grow bananas right?California, get rid of cali.