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Secession and Other Fantasies

The Obama Timeline author Wrote: Nov 21, 2012 2:57 PM
Anyone who believes Marco Rubio can save the nation is naive and a fool. The United States is doomed to fiscal collapse regardless of who is in the White House. It is better to get out as soon as possible and start building a new nation from scratch. Republic of Texas/Alaska/whatever, here I come. The Coming De Facto Secessions: http://www.colony14.net/id687.html
Roy-WV Wrote: Jun 02, 2013 9:08 PM
The Obama-Alaska was, in fact, a Territory when I first went there in 1968 and I don't think for a microsecond they would like to return to that status! I'm tempted, just a TAD- to explore your Link but my commonsense tells me NO-So PRESS ON BRO!
HondoReb Wrote: Nov 21, 2012 4:32 PM
Marco Rubio does not meet Constitutional muster as a presidential candidate any more than the current one. If you do not believe in the Constitution, as written with its legal amendments, then you cannot justify the continued existence of the United States. No Constitution means no lawful govt.
Mark1369 Wrote: Nov 22, 2012 2:00 AM
Get off of it, his eligibility has been established by the Supreme Court and its decisions for more than 100 years. It may not match up with your ideas but that doesn't make your ideas the law of the land. I believe in the Constitution and it establishes that a President must be a natural born citizen. You just want to disagree with what a natural born citizen is because the rest of us aren't trashing the Constitution no matter what you say.
Brian953 Wrote: Nov 21, 2012 4:23 PM
So, refute some of Michael's points, especially those regarding a stronger America on the worlds stage...

A version of this column appeared originally in THE DAILY BEAST.

Some fringe conservatives seem perversely determined to turn a stinging electoral defeat into an epic, sweeping disaster. That’s the deeper meaning of current talk about impeachment, secession, third parties, civil disobedience, and onrushing apocalypse.

The Conservative Majority Fund has announced a new robocall campaign to build support for impeaching President Obama over mishandling of the affair in Benghazi, Libya, and alleged malfeasance on a host of other issues. Meanwhile, petitions demanding the secession of Texas, Alabama, and at least a half dozen other states have already gathered tens...