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Can States Say No to the Feds? Cities Show the Way of State Sovereignty
Posted By: William Robertson
3/11/2013 2:13:39 PM


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Our situation as a 'Nation'...a collection of states...has become untenable. The corruption and the debt of the Federal Government has the probability of the restoration of America rapidly approaching a state of impossibility. Answering the original question is "Yes, they can say No", but with the impossibility of restoration and the limitations of nullification(s) due to the states being financially beholding to the Lords of Mordor on the Potomac the only hope for a state to retain its sovereignty is to secede from the Union.

Secession is being more forcibly and realistically discussed within many of the state’s governments and citizenries. Secession IS constitutional despite the popular belief that it is not. The problem with our administration and its propensity to ignore said Constitution and the refusal to uphold and enforce existing laws along with police-state tactics that would make Stalin and Mao green with envy in their graves, I am very afraid that secession would not be viewed as a legal issue, but as a act of aggression and would result in another civil war.