I Guess This Means The Civil War Was All Lincoln’s Fault

1 comment April 16th, 2009at 10:40pm Posted by Eli

According to Rush, Rick Perry’s talk about seceding from the Union is a reflection on the Union, not Rick Perry:

Now this is not insignificant when the governor of Texas talks about “we could secede. I don’t think it’s going to happen. I hope it doesn’t, but we could.” When the governor of Texas starts talking about this because of the abuse of government on his citizens and on his state, and forcing his state to take federal money when he doesn’t want it.

….I’m wondering at some point how much of the excesses of the media are going to finally start causing other people to have lights go on in their head and say, “Hey, something’s not quite right here when you have the governor of Texas start talking about the possibility of getting out of all of this because of the abuse of government.” That’s going to cause — ’cause this guy is not a fringe kook. This guy is nowhere near a kook in any way, shape, manner, or form.

Nope, totally not a kook at all, talking about secession is perfectly reasonable and normal, it’s just a sign of how badly Obama has fucked up America in three months.

Entry Filed under: Media,Politics,Republicans,Wankers

1 Comment

  • 1. Ron  |  April 17th, 2009 at 8:24 pm

    For once, Texas Governor Rick Perry is correct. Many conservative and libertarian Americans agree that the right of peaceful, democratic secession by state convention is a legitimate constitutional right of every state in the union.

    There are only two solutions to the massive Washington national debt now threatening the economic future and prosperity of every productive American. One is peaceful secession on the state level from the Washington Empire leaving the illegitimate federal debts with the Washington and Wall Street interests who created the debts. The second alternative is a constitutional amendment by the states to cancel the Washington national debt. The cancel the Washington Debt by 12/21/2012 Constitutional Amendment is now online at http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=67594690498&ref=ts

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