To: ForGod'sSake; MamaTexan
posted on 04/17/2009 12:38:06 PM PDT
(Government is essentially the negation of liberty.)
Yeeeehaw, Socialism ain't bad, we still getta go line dancin' ...
posted on 04/17/2009 12:40:25 PM PDT
I thought the right to secede was part of Texas’ agreement when they entered the Union ... not subject to opinion. Do I have this wrong, or are they really saying 69% of Texans don’t know their rights?
posted on 04/17/2009 12:41:27 PM PDT
(Just when did the Constitution become an extremist document?)
My thinking is that if a state really was able to succeed from that Union, that state would become a powerhouse economy. All the clients of the Federal Gummit would high tail it out of the state, and producers and entrepreneurs would flood the place. Instant Singapore.
posted on 04/17/2009 1:34:21 PM PDT
(Mares eat oats, does eat oats, and little lambs eat ivy)
In Texas, 31% Say State Has Right to Secede From U.S., But 75% Opt To Stay
LOL! I've been wondering exactly where 'in Texas' this poll was taken....in big liberal enclaves of the metro areas or way out here in flyover country.
posted on 04/17/2009 5:03:17 PM PDT
(~ The People of the several States are not 'subject to the jurisdiction' of the United States ~)
Thanks djsherin. From most accounts Rasmussen does a pretty decent job of polling but something doesn’t ring quite true about these numbers. Not saying they’re wrong necessarily but I’d sure like to get a look at his sample.
posted on 04/17/2009 7:06:11 PM PDT
(You have two choices and two choices only: SUBMIT or RESIST. Have I missed anything?)
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