"You're the only person that decides how far you'll go and what you're capable of." - Ben Saunders (Explorer and Endurance Athlete)
- Abide by the Court
- Legally challenge the ruling (through a lower court case leading back to the Supreme Court)
- Change the law (Constitutional Amendment, in this case)
- Civil Disobedience
- Armed Revolution
At one point, we've done them all in this land.
So what's your next move, and how do you plan to get there?
Now when it comes to the constitution, who is closer to it ...the court or the founders?
iam not advocating anything like seccesion...what i advocate for is .....rights.......which is always the center of my arugment.
Anti-Democracy advocate, Mixed government is the only good government
THE second point to be examined is, whether the [constitutional ]convention were authorized to frame and propose this mixed Constitution.
I support the right for Texans to secede, they can all just walk south into the Gulf of Mexico. The land, however, and most things on it belong to the United States, they are not free to take it with them. Their personal belongings are theirs. The land, the infrastructure, etc. are not.
Now if you asked about Florida, hellyeaz.
Make the whole state the Conch Republic.
united states does not give up real estate...sorry we already had a war because of this
I find the lack of logic in humans most disturbing...
In a larger sense, there is some credence to the argument that a government which is closer to home is better able to service the needs of said population, and one can rightly question at what point a nation of 300+ million that encompasses an entire continent becomes too large to govern in a way that protects the interests of each of those 300 million dwellers.
We're a diverse country with diverse histories and divergent ideals. Perhaps rather than continue on our present course of infighting and polarization, it would be wise to consider alternative ways to divide up governance in such a way that all parties can have their interests fairly represented.