Eleven of them tried this around 1861 over the right to own black people. Now they want to do it because we went and let one be president, not once, but twice. Let's also keep in mind these states went red in the first place when LBJ signed the Civil Rights Act.
_________________________ We are STILL what we repeatedly do - insists Aristotle
Heard from and AARP volunteer: a few years back when Gov Perry was talkin' this trash, a AARP volunteer was talking to some bonehead in the Texas Legislature and they wanted to succeed like Perry was planning. The AARP volunteer said "Great you know what this means? " the Legislator looked puzzled and asked "no what?" "We'll need an income tax (Bad words in TX) !! " Shocked the Legislator said " NO, why?" AARP volunteer said how else you going to pay for a navy... and army, and Air Force.. to protect the borders ?? The Legislator was stunned... course not thought 1 inch past home plate.
"Pin heads" is an over estimate of their intelligence !!
Citizens from 20 states have filed petitions on the White House “We The People” website seeking to secede from the union and form new state governments, The Washington Post reports. (Under the program, launched last year, the White House will respond to any petition that receives 25,000 or more signatures within 30 days.) Some of the signers may have been inspired by a Republican Party official in Texas who last week called for his state to secede from the United States and the “maggots” who re-elected Obama.
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