Oh yeah, that worked real well last time.
It didn't work last time because the seceeding states were motivated by a desire to perpetuate an immoral institution. As much as it has been claimed by some that the Civil War was fought over the issue of state's rights, the right they sought to preserve was the right to enslave other human beings.
I see this topic as completely different and with solid moral standing. How else but something like this will those of us who decry the pathetic "European" direction liberals wish to take this country in stand up for what we believe?
In an age when our children and young people are constantly bombarded with a liberal, European agenda, how, other than something as radical as this, do we counteract what our children hear on television and in our universities every day. Certainly, talking to each other in venues like this has done little to stem the tide.
I believe that should such a movement gain a foothold in any one state there would be a strong momentum in states with like-minded populations much as the populations of the old Confederacy quickly fell in line after South Carolina seceeded. I could imagine Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi and Texas and maybe Florida following on quickly. Out west, Colorado, Wyoming, Idaho and Utah. If that happened would Kansas and Oklahoma be far behind? It may be a wild notion right now, but seriously, does anyone truly know of any other way to really stem the seemingly inexorable descent towards a radically secularist, European-style country.
We are all guilty if we sit back, watch it happen and do nothing.
If at first you don't secede, try, try again.
(As my Union Army greatgreatgrandfather rolls over in his grave...)