Sunday, November 11, 2012

Has the American Union Outlived Its Usefulness?

This article was posted at my other blog, Confederate Gray.  I am cross-posting it here as I think it has facts we should all consider.

Update:  Nineteen states have now filed petitions with Washington to secede from the Union.


Peter Morrison is a business man in Texas and has concluded that our "sacred union" is not so sacred anymore, that our political alliances with other states have outlived their historical purpose and usefulness, and it is time for the states to go their own way.

He writes:
I think Romney saw the polls last week and decided on a risky strategy of playing for Pennsylvania as his only way out. Just as it was 149 years ago, the fate of the nation was decided in Pennsylvania. The Romney campaign may be remembered as the Pickett's Charge of the conservative movement, a last desperate effort to stave off the cruel arithmetic of superior numbers overcoming principle and valor.
Others have noted the same analogy, noting that the 2012 election may have been "the high water mark" of conservatism -- and it's all downhill from here.

Morrison has concluded what I also did in a prior post:
It would be nice for Republicans if the facts were different and we could build a multi-ethnic, colorblind, conservative America, but the evidence is quite to the contrary.
The awful truth is that non-whites are largely biased against whites and will even vote against their own best interests (as Asians did) in order to punish whites.  Fifty years of slander of whites, in schools from kindergarten to the university, has emphasized the evil of white people, and how we (as a group) are responsible for all the world's ills.  Many whites have become self-hating as a result, and are paralyzed by the cultural bugaboo against "racism" that says whites can never act in their own self-interest.

However, Morrison thinks we should resist to the bitter end, and I agree.  He says:
Like the remainder of Lee's army after Gettysburg, it is our duty to keep fighting to the bitter end, in hopes that Providence might shine upon our cause before it is too late. We must contest every single inch of ground and delay the baby-murdering, tax-raising socialists at every opportunity. But in due time, the maggots will have eaten every morsel of flesh off of the rotting corpse of the Republic.
The long-term solution?  Secession, and again I agree.  Morrison writes
The bond between a husband and wife is sacred. National borders, once they have exhausted their historical purpose, are not.
It is time for an amicable divorce.  Read it all here.


Chrysichthys said...

The brutal fact of the matter is that strongly Republican states with small populations, such as Mississippi (the most impoverished state in the USA by most standards), would tank immediately if they got the small government they SAID they wanted, so an independent Texas would need to prop them up financially. I'm not saying it's impossible, so long as Texas is willing to finance the burdens of its surrounding states when the map of the USA is redrawn and the Confederacy rises again. But it's not exactly something I would count on.

Stogie Chomper said...

I don't think secession would occur without the US suffering severe financial ruin, in which case Mississippi may be better off seceding. The problem is that many foresee such ruin coming, with the US following Greece into insolvency.

emanymton69 said...


“The long-term solution? Secession, and again I agree.”

Please. This is going no where. USA is a strong people capable of functioning together.

one is going to seceded from USA. It really is time to get back to
reality based commentary. ‘Saber Point’ needs to start talking about what
is really happening; not what is ‘not being done’.

As for
‘forming a more perfect union by seceding,’ try this. A number of reports surfaced
post-election that Canada is offering up a deal to Conservatives in
America who just can’t handle an America governed by Barack Obama. So
far these reports have yet to go beyond internet rumor and have not been
confirmed by the Canadian government, but given that actual facts bear
little significance in their worldview, there’s some buzz that some
Conservatives are already looking into this refuge offer as an
alternative to secession and another Civil War.

According to this
so-called deal for disgruntled Americans, Canada is opening up its
northern-most province of Nunavut to anyone from the states who just
can’t stomach another four years of President Obama’s ruthless,
tyrannical, moderate rule. Each immigrant will receive 40 acres of land
conveniently located near open water. And Canada is also generously
offering a used snowmobile and a sled to any newcomers as well. There’s
no doubt that life in Nunavut, fending for yourself without any help
from the Nanny State, will take some getting used to, especially for
those Southerners who hail from states that receive far more government
benefits than they pay in tax revenue. Not to mention, the weather is a
bit different in Nunavut than it is in Florida.

But hey; yo’ll can do it. So go for it.

Do you think any one in USA will miss you? Keep in touch, let us know how it is going for you.

Ema Nymton

Stogie said...

i don't think Obama will let us down at all...but the republicans are doing excess and we have to admit it.thanks for the post.Tax Lien.