I’m of the opinion that in order for both to have the govt they want that a division between the two is the right and only true solution. Sentiment aside for the common roots and symbols, we are and remain two people with very different visions of America. Had the Fed remained chained to the Constitution these differences could have been expressed at the state level with little consequence, but that has not been done. Secession is not the death of the Republic, but rather an effort to preserve, even if in part, all that made us America!
BLOGGIN' BAD w/Gunny G ~MAKE AMERICA "AMERICAN"! AGAIN!!!!! BRING BACK AMERICA's HAT! (THE BAD ASS DEPLORABLE FEDORA!) ~ SH!TCAN THE STAIN, STIGMA, STENCH AND SHAME OF "THE PRINCE OF FOOLS"~ "FINALLY" ~ BRING THE POF TO JUSTICE!, EXPOSE! AINOs (AMERICANS IN NAME ONLY), AND FLUSH THE SWAMP~POWER-FLUSH "TWICE!"-("FLOATERS") -POTUS .45 TRUMP COCKED and LOCKED!.....-ONE RIGHTEOUS MAN--IF WE CAN KEEP HIM! ~ Illegitimi non carborundum..!
For decades, it has been obvious that there are irreconcilable differences between Americans who want to control the lives of others and those who wish to be left alone. Which is the more peaceful solution: Americans using the brute force of government to beat liberty-minded people into submission or simply parting company? In a marriage, where vows are ignored and broken, divorce is the most peaceful solution.
Similarly, our constitutional and human rights have been increasingly violated by a government instituted to protect them. Americans who support constitutional abrogation have no intention of mending their ways.
Since Barack Obama’s re-election, hundreds of thousands of petitions for secession have reached the White House. Some people have argued that secession is unconstitutional, but there’s absolutely nothing in the Constitution that prohibits it. What stops secession is the prospect of brute force by a mighty federal government, as witnessed by…
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