I dont know how well this will hold up but it is nice to see states trying to retain their rights rather than just surrendering to the federal machine
Only one little thing standing in those backwoods rednecks way.....and that the constitution of the united states.
In my 60 years... I have seen at least 3 times the Fed govt tried to railroad the states (illegal under the Constitution)...
Each time the States pushed back and the Fed govt had to give in (as the Constitution specifies they MUST)... See the 10th amendment above.
IMO it is just human nature to lust for power... and there has to be someone to draw a line in the sand and tell the luster to back off.
Our country seems to work better when there are lots of 'line drawers' in the states... and the Feds are kept 'corralled'.
The great state of GA tends to watch these things carefully and jumps on the wagon when the movement has momentum. I expect GA will be on board in a few weeks if, say, 12-15 states step out.
Personally... I would like to see BHO and his crowd become the laughing stock of the world over this... :)
Nice to know they are standing up for the people in their state
Now if you want to talk about folks who see themselves as royalty... just observe the behavior and attitude of our elected POTUS... this guy totally thinks of himself as the king of America.
The TRULY learned would have known or at least researched before tasting their shoe leather. :) And I am sure you are smart enough to sort out between a true patriot and a selfish wanna be king.
Well at least it is a state large and empty enough to have all the hard core folks move in without being crowded.