posted on Feb, 24 2009 @ 02:54 PM
To whom it may concern,
I appreciate the link to the counting of states regarding this issue. I was very pleased to see Arkansas is on the list of those who have done the
same! Very exciting...
Also, I can't believe the cowardice I am observing here.
Do you people think that our Founding Fathers were telling folks to "not rock the boat?" HELL NO! They had decided enough was enough. They declared
their independance it was BRITAIN who decided that they couldn't handle that. Guess what, here we are today at an impasse.
This is how things work. First the entity tells their masters that they've had enough and they won't take it any longer (this is what has happened
now in 27 states, and lets not forget that Hawaii has already taken steps to declare complete and total sovereignty of the United States, meaning that
they are trying to officially secceed the Union). Then comes the phase of the crackdown, if there is one. Sometimes people declare sovereignty
without bloodshed. If the Fed realizes that they are between a rock and a hard-place on this issue it may be peaceful. Now we wait and see how and if
the Federal Government reacts. If they don't react, we will begin to see more laws passed like the California Marijuana Decriminilization Act that
they are trying to pass.
Basically, if the Gov doesn't step in and tell the States to step down, the Federal Government will lose its legitimacy. If they do, they may very
well have a war to deal with. I say bring it on. It is about time...
However, it is my hope that this will resolve itself with a splintering of the Union. As much as I regret to say it, this would be the most peaceful
resolution, for all involved.
From here on out the ice gets very thin.
Don't expect much from the MSM on this unless things actually start to ramp up considerably. For now, like others have said, it is a pony show. But
wait until states start passing laws in contradiction to ones that the Fed holds. Then we'll see things develop.