posted on Nov, 14 2012 @ 07:34 AM
A lot of people on here are thinking too much about 'this and that CAN'T happen today!" just because they have lived in a country where they have felt
comfortable and the government was in control.
This warm, fuzzy feeling can change in a matter of days!
Revolution and discontent can make strange bedfellows. What did Obama mean on an open microphone when he said to the president of Russia "well after
the 2012 election I will have a lot more flexibility!" what kind of plot were they hatching?
Some people also assume the military would naturally side with the US government, this was not the case in the 1st secession, as most (who have read
history books know) Robert E. Lee was given the chance to lead the Union Army and after a night of walking the floor decided to join the Confederacy.
Jefferson Davis told his wife when he was asked to be the new President was the most depressing day of his life, a lot of people don't know he voted
to NOT succeed!
Most of the National Guard units would most likely support their state (as did some of the Federal army units in Southern states). Finally there are
many military soldiers and leaders that feel they are 'soldiers of the people' and many would side with the secessionists. Not all but many soldiers
that have faced an enemy I have found, finds religion and becomes a lot less liberal! I know this first-hand.
I think there would be a lot less of these people making dumb, broad statements about this being impossible should take a few hours and dust off the
history books, remember the cliche "those who don't learn from history are doomed to repeat it!"
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