SchwartzReport: Texas Republican Talks Secession

Civil Society, Corruption, Ethics, Government


Texas Republican Wants State To Leave U.S. Over Obama Wins

A Republican official in Texas called for his state to separate from the United States and the “maggots” who reelected President Barack Obama in a newsletter he sent out this week.

Peter Morrison, who serves as treasurer of the Hardin County Republican Party, wrote in his post-election newsletter that there was a clear solution to the problem of Obama’s re-election.

“We must contest every single inch of ground and delay the baby-murdering, tax-raising socialists at every opportunity,” Morrison wrote. “But in due time, the maggots will have eaten every morsel of flesh off of the rotting corpse of the Republic, and therein lies our opportunity.”

Read full article.

Phi Beta Iota:  Anyone who talks secession is not a real player — the real players thrive on owning the government regardless of which of the two parties are in power.  Secession, notably of Vermont, Hawaii, Alaska, and Texas, is one answer (Puerto Rico and others are waiting in the wings to join the United STATES of America, a flag-neutral switch out is not inconceivable, especially is Long Isalnd and other internal secession movements are encouraged).  A better answer is to change the game so that every state and every region is represented, restoring the legitimacy of the government over all.  There is nothing wrong with America the Beautiful that cannot be fixed, and fixed quickly, by restoring the integrity of the electoral system and thence of the government.  Combine that with the Automated Payment Transaction Tax and The Chicago Plan Revisited, and you have a new era of prosperity and security for the USA.

See Also:

Worth a Look: Book Reviews on Conscious, Evolutionary, Integral Activism & Goodness

Worth a Look: Book Reviews on Dialog for Truth & Reconciliation

Worth a Look: Book Reviews on Diversity of Voices & Values (USA)

Worth a Look: Book Reviews on Self-Determination & Secession

Financial Liberty at Risk-728x90