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Who do you think would be the first to secede from the Union?

txDON'TMESSw/GOVRickPerry! 2012/06/26 04:30:02
By Carl Manning


The only solution
left now is Secession. In fact, it is long overdue.

When over 130 kangaroo
courts refuse to try Obama for High Treason; when the US Congress will not
impeach Obama or investigate Obama for fear of riots and rebellion by blacks;
when the US military refuses to take action in a coup d'etat to protect the
Constitution, which is required by their military oath; and when the States will
not muster enough judicial or legislative courage or integrity to take on the
High Treason in the District of Criminals at the Executive level, it is time for
State legislatures to adopt Articles of Secession to end the Compact with the
federal government known as the US Constitution and for Sovereign States to
either go it alone or confederate as they see fit.


Everything this federal
government does now and has been doing for decades opposes the American People
and the US Constitution. These are mandatory grounds for Secession. The Founding
Fathers committed the first act of Secession in the Revolutionary War in that
they seceded from England. They called for "dissolution" of any government which
has outlived its usefulness, which implies Secession by its very meaning. The
Compact under which the States entered the Union was a contract. Anyone familiar
with basic contract law knows that when one party no longer cares to abide by a
contract, the other party has all the right to nullify the contract.

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How would you feel if your state started the proceedings for secession.

Stay put?

Move away?

Move to another country?





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  • Soojin 2012/06/26 19:51:14
    Soojin
    Wow, hello alarmism.
  • txDON'T... Soojin 2012/06/26 23:50:54
    txDON'TMESSw/GOVRickPerry!
    Wrong word there Soojin - Hello reality.
  • Soojin txDON'T... 2012/06/26 23:51:50
    Soojin
    +1
    Heh. Shall we have a bet over how many states will secede because of Obama?
  • txDON'T... Soojin 2012/06/27 00:14:07
    txDON'TMESSw/GOVRickPerry!
    What's the conditions?
  • 9th of 9 2012/06/26 19:38:40
    9th of 9
    +2
    I would support them all the way.
  • txDON'T... 9th of 9 2012/06/26 23:51:28
  • 9th of 9 txDON'T... 2012/06/27 10:01:43
    9th of 9
    +1
    How would you feel if your state started the proceedings for secession?

    Who do you think?
  • txDON'T... 9th of 9 2012/06/27 18:24:47
    txDON'TMESSw/GOVRickPerry!
    +1
    Since Houston is a recognized sanctuary city, so goes the entire state. Perry wants to educate the children of the illegals with money for education. What about all the Mexicans and Asians that did it LEGALLY??? It pisses them off and I don't blame them.

    Why should all the present illegals in our country get carte blanche without going through the 7 year requirements like the others did?

    My ex-husband has asked me to remarry him and we are planning to go back to his home in Tennessee, the country life in the Smoky Mountains, I can't wait.

    If Tennessee should decide to go that route then we will support that decision. Great Smoky Mountains Great Smoky Mountains Great Smoky Mountains Great Smoky Mountains
  • 9th of 9 txDON'T... 2012/06/28 00:04:34
    9th of 9
    +1
    The wife and I will be a few miles north of you. No road in so bring your trail boots.

    calahan swamp western maryland yough river western maryland
  • txDON'T... 9th of 9 2012/06/28 03:13:24
    txDON'TMESSw/GOVRickPerry!
    +1
    Sounds G R E A T !!! Wine or beer?
  • 9th of 9 txDON'T... 2012/06/28 09:29:11
    9th of 9
    +1
    We don't drink, but we are one that would not care if you did.
  • txDON'T... 9th of 9 2012/06/28 17:52:03
    txDON'TMESSw/GOVRickPerry!
    +1
    We only do once in a blue moon. Just wanted to be hospitable. :D
  • 9th of 9 txDON'T... 2012/06/28 21:23:08
    9th of 9
    +1
    :) Well then, maybe just one. lol
  • txDON'T... 9th of 9 2012/06/28 23:58:35
    txDON'TMESSw/GOVRickPerry!
    +1
    One cask of wine or one case of beer? :D
  • 9th of 9 txDON'T... 2012/06/29 09:01:45
    9th of 9
    +1
    We might as well tap a keg. If I'm going to wake up in the morning feeling like a truck ran over me, the bigger the truck the better. :-)
  • txDON'T... 9th of 9 2012/06/29 20:25:29
    txDON'TMESSw/GOVRickPerry!
    +1
    Sounds GOOD. You guys can swill the beer, us ladies will sip on wine. If you've been in the military, you and Tom could tell stories all night! :D
  • TerryAgee 2012/06/26 18:30:30
    TerryAgee
    +1
    My friend, I would stay put. Carl Manning can move to another country. Say bye Carl!
  • txDON'T... TerryAgee 2012/06/26 23:52:18
    txDON'TMESSw/GOVRickPerry!
    Thank you Terry.:)
  • TerryAgee txDON'T... 2012/06/27 00:14:25
    TerryAgee
    +1
    Most certainly my friend!
  • Striker 2012/06/26 18:04:21
    Striker
    +3
    It will begin in the Southwest. After all the crap we're getting from FedGov/Obama, Arizona SHOULD lead the way. OK and then Texas would follow quickly, then NM may surprise us. CA might become a state of Mexico, good grief!

    Tennessee and Kentucky won't be far behind.
  • txDON'T... Striker 2012/06/26 18:22:30
    txDON'TMESSw/GOVRickPerry!
    +2
    Sounds reasonable! Thanks for your input!
  • Jazzy 2012/06/26 15:08:48
    Jazzy
    +1
    Either Arizona or Oklahoma.
  • txDON'T... Jazzy 2012/06/26 17:23:31
    txDON'TMESSw/GOVRickPerry!
    +1
    Thank you Jazzy!
  • Dagon 2012/06/26 13:13:31
  • txDON'T... Dagon 2012/06/26 17:24:56
    txDON'TMESSw/GOVRickPerry!
    +3
    Good post! I'm thinking it will take just ONE state to secede and others will follow, that would put a ferret in their longjohns!
  • Dagon txDON'T... 2012/06/26 18:46:16
  • txDON'T... Dagon 2012/06/26 23:55:17
    txDON'TMESSw/GOVRickPerry!
    +1
    That's where ole Perry would have a ton of fun. He would apply pressure where they would rather he didn't.

    We and he have not forgotten the federal aide that was denied last summer during the raging wildfires we suffered.

    Two can play Obama's game. Perry would be the one to do that jest rite!
  • DeeB 2012/06/26 12:56:37
    DeeB
    +3
    I'm thinking it would be either Oklahoma or Texas. And if they did, I would really think about moving there.
  • txDON'T... DeeB 2012/06/26 17:27:10 (edited)
    txDON'TMESSw/GOVRickPerry!
    +1
    Okalahoma has two votes now, Texas has been playing with that concept for at least 5 years. Don't think Perry won't do it, cause he WILL.

    Don't know much about Oklahoma but since they are Texas' northern neighbor, we might, together make a huge impact.

    Thanks DeeB for your thoughts.
  • DeeB txDON'T... 2012/06/26 18:32:49
    DeeB
    +1
    I do believe that Oklahoma was in the news recently for passing something in their state against the federal government. But for the life of me I can't think of what it was!! Information overload, if you know what I mean!! Your welcome txtumlin, have a good day.
  • txDON'T... DeeB 2012/06/27 00:07:36
    txDON'TMESSw/GOVRickPerry!
    +1
    I do know what you mean about information overload, sheesh, I have post-it notes all over da' joint! :D

    Get food, water, batteries, defensive weapons and ammo stocked up honey, the handwriting is on the wall. I feel so badly for the ones in denial. denial
  • DeeB txDON'T... 2012/06/28 11:29:39
    DeeB
    Yup, I'm already on that, took my money out of the bank and am buying goods. It ain't going to be pretty. Mostly because of the ones in denial, they'll be breaking down our doors.
  • Waldorf 2012/06/26 12:25:24
    Waldorf
    +1
    Border states as a block (Texas, Arizona, New Mexico, Southern California). I think California would split in two as part of the process. They would be followed by the Old South.

    The immediate confrontation would come about when highlighting that the US is held together by force.
  • txDON'T... Waldorf 2012/06/26 17:29:31
    txDON'TMESSw/GOVRickPerry!
    That's an idea Waldorf, seceding as a block, yes, I should have thought of that!:D
  • JanHopkins 2012/06/26 11:32:14
    JanHopkins
    +2
    Lol. My state would never do that.
  • txDON'T... JanHopkins 2012/06/26 17:31:14 (edited)
    txDON'TMESSw/GOVRickPerry!
    +1
    Unfortunately Jan, I believe you are right. Your state does have a large Muslim population, correct?

    That might complicate matters for Dept. of Homeland Security.

    Thanks for your opinion. :)
  • JanHopkins txDON'T... 2012/06/27 05:05:10
    JanHopkins
    +1
    Yep. Can't count on Michigan (except for the militia) for anything. I'm betting on Texas.
  • txDON'T... JanHopkins 2012/06/27 06:18:35
    txDON'TMESSw/GOVRickPerry!
    +1
    Thanks for the confidence you have in the 2nd largest state in the Union. Heck, I remember when Alaska was a COUNTRY! Anyway, Sam Houston came from Tennessee to fight at the Alamo, you know the rest.

    Brave men in the face of ever-increasing odds. Men were braver then, not afraid to get dirty or sweaty, but GIT "ER DONE!

    Then you can relax and enjoy the family and Mom.
  • angelbaby 2012/06/26 05:23:11
    angelbaby
    +1
    I'd stay put ..
  • txDON'T... angelbaby 2012/06/26 17:33:45
    txDON'TMESSw/GOVRickPerry!
    +2
    Why angelbaby? You have preferred that we SodaHeads not know what state you reside in for reasons of your own, which is fine, but I hope you have given this a lot of thought, for your own safety.

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