Apr 9, 2010

Mandatory Succession: Tossing failed states out of the Union

We don't need no stinking civil war, no treason trials or impeachment hearings to stop the progressive wave. Elections are not enough or soon enough. It may be high time to think the ‘unthinkable’ – that of downsizing our country into a more conservative, efficient, and Constitutionally-based nation of decent, hardworking, and patriotic Americans. There...I said it!

With only the approval of thirty-eight states – we can amend the Constitution of the United States. What this means is that we can toss out those states that are bankrupt – morally and financially – and save our “One Nation under God” by divesting ourselves of, say, California, New York, Oregon, Illinois, Wisconsin, and just about any other state that is broke and whose progressive slant is destroying our nation. And let's not forget: the District of Colombia. We can call for immediate elections with 60 day campaigns, meanwhile letting the States govern themselves under peaceful martial law of sorts, until a new constitutional Judicial, Legislative and Executive branches of These United States as opposed to singularly known as The United States, is seated.

Think of it folks. Do we really need California to pull our nation down? Is not tossing out Washington, D.C. a much more effective way of getting rid of all politicians en masse? Wouldn’t you just love to slice off the Progressive treehugging left coast and the blue-blooded North East? To stop this, the progressives would need to muster thirteen states to come to their rescue and I bet that they cannot come up with more than six or seven – tops. We the People can finally take our rightful – and responsible – place in the books of American history. We would be laying down the law that it is NOT alright to put your State in fiscal jeapardy by imposing radical progressive junk laws and taxes, then expect the rest of the responsible States to come to the rescue. No State is too BIG to fail either.

The most important part of this is that it is completely Constitutional unlike Obama buying General Motors on our credit or ramming nationalized healthcare down our throats. If we can add states, we can certainly remove them through a simple addendum to our Constitution. Who could stop us? Nancy Pelosi? Her state would be the first one tossed into the shitter. President Obama? Before his teleprompter queued the next sequence, he would be the sitting president of the progressive junkyard, trying his damndest to tax the few supporters he had left. His world would quickly die under social justice, endorsing abortions and social medicine, and allowing Islamic terrorists to run free.

Our nation “Of the people, by the people, and for the people” refounded upon “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness” would become the beacon of Freedom as the rest of the worlds leaders will realize that we have finally decided to do something about our future. The Gulf and the Rockies (and Alaska) certainly have enough natural resources to fuel our growth. We would disband the EPA, the IRS, HHS, Dept of worthless Homeland Security, the FDA and our ties to the UN and most foreign treaties ...just to name a few. Every industry will set their own guidelines and mandates to be approved before Congress. Unions will be abolished. Banks will be localized. We would fully back our US Militaries home and abroad to step up our security. The Federal Reserve would be history.

We can finally possess a nation where all citizens are free to work, succeed and prosper, have a right to defend their families and properties, and no longer need to pay personal income taxes. If this leaner, meaner (to terrorists) nation sounds a bit familiar, it is because this is precisely the country that existed before progressives screwed the pooch. Wouldn’t it be nice to give them what they have coming to them?

(footnote: In Washington, Oregon, and British Columbia, there are political groups that seek independence from the United States and Canada and hope to form the Republic of Cascadia.)

1 comment:

  1. Wow, what a concept. You've obviously given this much thought, and think it is an avenue that can be pursued constitutionally. Not knowing your background, have you by any chance discussed with a "constititional" lawyer or judge? I like this idea than any "succession" plan. I'm copying this to everyone I know, and placing on FB. I hope you don't mind.


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