Nuclear Option?

9 25 14 Folks,
War or the pretext of war notwithstanding, we must not be distracted from resisting the fundamental change the nation is undergoing. The war effort will not slow the transformation; if anything it will accelerate the process. We must remain dedicated to the cause of reversing the changes, or as a last resort start fresh by seceding from this union in an organized well planned movement.
An America where government representatives, local or higher, decide who, where and when we can fly the American flag, whether or not our children can recite the Pledge of Allegiance, where we can pray, how to display and when not to display religious icons, on and on, is not the land of liberty our forefathers fought and died for.
Over three years ago I suggested to Congressman Allen West and others that we prepare for this exigency and was told it could never happen and given a litany of reasons. Today the idea is not so far-fetched. The important thing is to maintain a Constitutional Republic on this continent and avoid unnecessary loss of life in the process. Will it be an all out revolution or a soft revolution? Many now believe one or the other is inevitable unless Barack is removed and a determined, powerful administration, determined to restore this nation at all costs, takes the initiative. We must vote with that in mind and equally as important we must see to it that the process is not corrupt.
A nation where the order of authority is from the people down is our God given birth right. It is not reversed as Barack Obama told us. It is being reversed by edict and outright defiance of the Constitution. We the people have the only legitimate authority to take the country back.
Please read on.
Secession: No Longer a Nutty Idea
Posted on September 20, 2014
The failed Scottish vote to pull out from the United Kingdom stirred secessionist hopes for some in the United States, where almost a quarter of people are open to their states leaving the union, a new Reuters/Ipsos poll found.
Some 23.9 percent of Americans polled from Aug. 23 through Sept. 16 said they strongly supported or tended to support the idea of their state breaking away, while 53.3 percent of the 8,952 respondents strongly opposed or tended to oppose the notion.
The urge to sever ties with Washington cuts across party lines and regions, though Republicans and residents of rural Western states are generally warmer to the idea than Democrats and Northeasterners, according to the poll.
Anger with President Barack Obama’s handling of issues ranging from healthcare reform to the rise of Islamic State militants drives some of the feeling, with Republican respondents citing dissatisfaction with his administration as coloring their thinking.
But others said long-running Washington gridlock had prompted them to wonder if their states would be better off striking out on their own, a move no U.S. state has tried in the 150 years since the bloody Civil War that led to the end of slavery in the South.
(For the rest of the article, click the link.)
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