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Texas Secession to be Reviewed by White House

The_Nerd_Warrior Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 12:12 AM
It's not ONE man. It's a whole lot of men (and women) who've been violating the Constitution. Have you bothered to check the list of offenses that brought our country to rebellion in the first place? Our government has been checking them off like a shopping list. They're fast running out of rights they can violate further. It's not the loss of an election that loosens loyalty; it's the loss of government of, by, and for the People. If you honestly believe it to be unpatriotic to respectfully request dissolution of political bands with those who commit a long string of offenses against you, you might want to brush up on your history.
The_Nerd_Warrior Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 4:29 AM
Tell me, exactly, what does extrajudicial assassination have to do with a petition for secession.

Tell me, exactly, how not immediately condemning such a petition makes me more of a traitor than the men who founded our nation.

READ the Declaration, you ignorant fool. Out of the 27 complaints lodged against King George III, our government has already CLEARLY committed 17. If you can't be bothered to find out how yourself, you're certainly not going to be persuaded by logic, so I won't waste my time.

I'm not even signing the petition - and I'm Texan. Yet I at least have enough clarity of vision to see that it is not entirely unjustified - nor is it treacherous to respectfully request separation from those who disregard the law.
ruralholiday Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 12:38 AM
Nerdly, let me be as gentle as I possibly can: you are an IDIOT!

How about you list all them "constitution violations" you imagine Obama's behind?

I've got one to get you started - Extrajudicial Assassination.


The idea of Texas seceding from the Union is a long time joke, but a secession petition on has received enough signatures to be seriously reviewed by the White House.


This isn't quite the equivalent of the Declaration of Independence, but in the digital age, you could say it's similar.

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