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Listen folks, it’s not going to happen. As much as I am in sympathy for people’s angst over the loss to Obama, the notion of self rule, representative government, and worried over the slide of America into Ameritopia, the break up of the union is not going to happen through a petition, the Civil war decided once and for all any quest for a separation. It’s simply not going to happen.

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  1. OK . . . so it’s not going to happen. But what does it say about the state of “Old Glory”.

    It says that a lot of people are pissed off with the current socialist government and its muslim buddies (no capital letters for this bunch), and were it possible, would love to get the heck out of the absolute mess and morass that the USA now finds itself in, via cessession.

    The USA cannot continue along its current path. The country’s fault lines are too firmly set for there to be a coming together of conservative working people and those who depend on food stamps and government largesse.

    And the Federal Reserve can’t continue to print money to cover government bonds that Obasma et al decide to issue to keep the leaky ship afloat.

    When the creditors come knocking – and they will – it will be everyman for himself – and lower the life boats.

    Obama hasn’t got the credentials to govern in a fiscally responsible manner.

    Heaven help the USA.

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