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Best Reader-Submitted Name for Arizona's (Imaginary) New Government?

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If there's one thing all of the secession talk has provided, it's awesome names for Arizona's new government when it becomes a nation (which is never).

For those who missed it, roughly 18,500 people who signed a petition on the Internet, asking the White House to let Arizona secede and start its own government, and it's pretty clear they didn't really think things through.

See also:
-Obama Haters Are So Upset That They're Asking the White House to Let Arizona Secede
-Attention Arizona Secessionists: Some Considerations for Your Brilliant Plan

For this morning's poll, select the best New Times reader-submitted name for Arizona when it becomes a new nation, again, which is never. Ever.

Cast your vote below (reader handles in parentheses):



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