Back on May 9, 2009, I posted the following:
New State Sovereignty Movement Mobilizing
May 9, 2009
I'm sure that most people who read that blog entry dismissed it as nothing worth noting.
Now flash forward to April 5, 2010 and we read the following from economist Dr. Walter Williams:
|Ten years ago I asked the following question in a column titled "It's Time To Part Company":|
"If one group of people prefers government control and management of people's lives and another prefers liberty and a desire to be left alone, should they be required to fight, antagonize one another, risk bloodshed and loss of life in order to impose their preferences or should they be able to peaceably part company and go their separate ways?"
The problem that our nation faces is very much like a marriage where one partner has broken, and has no intention of keeping, the marital vows. Of course, the marriage can remain intact and one party tries to impose his will on the other and engage in the deviousness of one-upmanship. Rather than submission by one party or domestic violence, a more peaceable alternative is separation.
If those words don't sound ominous to you or you don't see how they tie into a "State Sovereignty Movement" then you are clearly not listening nor are you taking note of what is happening right here in your own nation.
|There is no evidence that Americans who are responsible for and support constitutional abrogation have any intention of mending their ways.|
Americans who wish to live free have several options. We can submit to those who have constitutional contempt and want to run our lives. We can resist, fight and risk bloodshed and death in an attempt to force America's tyrants to respect our liberties and human rights. We can seek a peaceful resolution of our irreconcilable differences by separating.
I don't see how this could be any more clear. We may very well be witnessing the laying of foundations upon which many states will finally say "Enough!" to the Socialists who currently control Congress and the White House. The Union might very well be dissolved once again, only this time, those who seek to be free of Washington D.C. will be seeking greater freedom for the people rather than trying to keep people dependent on the government.
You can access the complete article on-line here:
Does The U.S. Need To Split Along Political Lines?
Dr. Walter Williams
April 4, 2010