Professor Glenn Reynolds, University of Tennessee, School of Law, puts the kybosh to the silly secession chatter and gets to the heart of the matter: the federal government does too much, return to the Constitution.
We are off the map and headed for parts unknown at great loss of many things, time to dig the map out of the glove box.
Column: A solution to secession fever -- federalism
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I like it but fear the only way to get the central gov. to relinquish it's control is to first dissolve it via secession or some other similar method. Those with power don't tend to give it up willingly.
Ya gotta like those guys from Tennessee
Not after the recent election, no I do not.At this point do you expect the federal government to yield the powers it has aggrandized unto itself?
That is the flaw in this idea. Most of us would be happy with true Federalism but I don't see the Washington machine having ANY incentive to give up any of the power and control it has gained. On the contrary I see the Fed looking to continue on the current path leading to a near totalitarian end.
"Government is not a solution to our problem, government is the problem." - RR
Last edited by Bobby; 11-19-2012 at 16:28.
this is great as long as they don't mention gun.
Didnt we give federalism a try. That's when people solved their differences with duels.
Society is so much better now than back then. Now I can just use swating to solve my problems because I am a coward.
...they may take our lives, but they'll never take... OUR FREEDOM!