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Should Texas be allowed to secede from the union?

Should Texas be allowed to secede from the union?

CNN’s Jack Cafferty writes:  Texas Gov. Rick Perry does not support a petition for the Lone Star State to secede from the union. But a lot of people do. Supporters suggest that secession would protect Texans’ standard of living and “re-secure their rights and liberties.” Even though the number of signatures far surpasses the 25,000 required for a White House response, none has been made. And Texas isn’t alone here. Petitions calling for secession of more than two dozen states – including Louisiana, Pennsylvania, Florida and Delaware – have been filed.

Read more @ http://caffertyfile.blogs.cnn.com/2012/11/14/should-texas-be-allowed-to-secede-from-the-union/?hpt=hp_t3

The Texas Secede Organization for an Independent Texas Republic asks: How would Texas—and Texans—benefit from secession? Answer:  In many ways.  Over the past century-and-a-half the United States government has awarded itself ever more power (but not the lawful authority) to meddle with the lives, liberty, and property of the People of Texas (as well as those of the other States). Sapping Texans’ wealth into a myriad of bureaucratic, socialist schemes both in the U.S. and abroad, the bipartisan despots in Washington persist in expanding the federal debt and budget deficits every year.  Texans would indeed gain much by reclaiming control of their State, their property, their liberty, and their very lives, by refusing to participate further in the fraud perpetrated by the Washington politicians and bureaucrats. By restoring Texas to an independent republic, Texans would truly reclaim a treasure for themselves and their progeny.

Read more @ http://www.texassecede.com/

Oh my! There is no way that the US government or any modern government would ever allow any one of the states to voluntarily secede from the union. Simply put, that would cause the collapse of the United States of America and cause a new dark age of bickering Republics. There would be no Federal Government, no Federal organizations and no US military. It would become the Un-Integrated Segregated Separated Republics of America (USSR of A… it has such a nice ring to it don’t you think?) Joking aside, there would have to be a military coup to cause separation on such a scale, and that would only mean bloodshed on a massive scale and many thousands of domestic casualties and deaths. It would become a media propaganda battle and acts of terrorism would be blamed for the definitive military retaliation that destroyed the organization behind the secession. There would be no arrests made, or court cases! It doesn’t bare thinking about really… Texas! Ya’all in it until the end. Can you imagine how long it would take for the politicians, lawyers and bureaucrats to agree on the paperwork. Who would be responsible for what? And how much of the deficit belonged to each state?

In my opinion Texas (and Texans) need to step up and set the example, and prove to the leadership that they have a solution to unite a nation and help bring it back from the precipice. It’s not time to get all pissy and self-righteous and declare your independence!

Don’t mistake me for being a Texas-basher. Far from it… I have worked a bunch in Texas and I love it all… north to south, east to west. I’m just telling it like it is!

Meanwhile, north of the border… if Quebec wants to go ahead and declare it’s independence from Canada… go ahead! It’s got nothing but debt to contribute to Canada, and I’m sure that there would be no objections from anyone… you can have it all back!!! Laugh My Ass Off!

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