31 States Declare or Propose State So...

31 States Declare or Propose State Sovereignty

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Lehi

Oneida, TN

#1 Feb 26, 2009
Got this from another site and thought it was interesting.

Here's a list of the States so far.

Arkansas, Arizona, California, Georgia, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, New Hampshire, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Washington, Alabama, Alaska, Colorado, Florida, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Maine, Nevada, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, Hawaii.

These states have either passed this into law or is being proposed into state legislature and is affirmed by the rights of the 9th and 10th amendment. This list was only 22 last week. You can check these for yourself on the state web sites. I have included a link of New Hampshire's below.

http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/legislation/2 ...
God Bless America

Columbia, SC

#2 Feb 26, 2009
Ship ,em to Iraq.
Lehi

Oneida, TN

#3 Feb 26, 2009
"The TenthAmendmentCenter.com reported today that Kentucky State Rep. and Majority Whip John Will Stacy (D) introduced HCR168 (status page):

Declare state sovereignty over powers not given to the the federal government by the U. S. Constitution; demand the federal government to cease mandates beyond constitutionlly delegated powers; prohibit federal legialtion requiring state passage of laws under threat of penalties or sanctions; direct the Clerk to distribute copies of the Resolution."

Pretty soon Obama will only be the president of DC as all 50 states will eventually declare sovereignty.
Patriot

Oneida, TN

#4 Feb 27, 2009
I'm all for it. The sovereignty of the states is a Constitutional RIGHT. The feds have usurped their authority over the states for way too many years. This is not the way our founding fathers intended. I'll dang sure support HCR168. Only problem is, last time the states declared their constitutional rights, the Union (federalists/socialists) went to war with them (i.e. the Civil War).
Patroit

Columbia, SC

#5 Feb 27, 2009
You better learn to speak Chinese. United We Stand Divided We Fall.
Confederate

Oakdale, TN

#6 Feb 27, 2009
The South Will Rise Again!
Abe Lincoln

Port Saint Lucie, FL

#7 Mar 3, 2009
Confederate wrote:
The South Will Rise Again!
Oh hush up, no it will not. You do, you'll get your slaves freed or I ment, Mexicans.
Confederate

Oakdale, TN

#8 Mar 3, 2009
Abe Lincoln didn't free the slaves. The North took credit for it of course like they took everything else from us that was any good. Abe did say the words, but he didn't have any jurisdiction over the South. That would be like the U.S. President saying, "Mexicans no longer have to pay taxes in Mexico." No, the South was wanting slavery to be over and we freed the slaves ourselves. It was just a bad business that was picked up from the blacks that was selling slaves in Africa.
john

London, KY

#9 Mar 4, 2009
Abe Lincoln wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh hush up, no it will not. You do, you'll get your slaves freed or I ment, Mexicans.
do you know what actually started the civil war? no you say? from your statement didnt think so.
John

Greer, SC

#10 Feb 19, 2011
Civil war was started over the 3/5ths law.
Buckwheat

Oliver Springs, TN

#11 Feb 19, 2011
Considering the bozo that is in the Whitehouse and the way he is running this country (into the ground) that may not be a bad idea!
rockets red glare

Wartburg, TN

#12 Feb 19, 2011
Cry for sovereignty, we all will cry to when everyone loses their federal benefits and welfare
Rocky Top

Oneida, TN

#13 Feb 19, 2011
I think Tennessee should annex kentucky.
Jerry

Whitley City, KY

#14 Feb 19, 2011
Buckwheat wrote:
Considering the bozo that is in the Whitehouse and the way he is running this country (into the ground) that may not be a bad idea!
Bush & Dickie are the BOZO's! Get over it!!!!!!!
Politico

Wartburg, TN

#15 Feb 19, 2011
Patriot wrote:
I'm all for it. The sovereignty of the states is a Constitutional RIGHT. The feds have usurped their authority over the states for way too many years. This is not the way our founding fathers intended. I'll dang sure support HCR168. Only problem is, last time the states declared their constitutional rights, the Union (federalists/socialists) went to war with them (i.e. the Civil War).
It seems like it will be the only way to be stay afloat. This president is spending money that even our grandchildren ahve not made yet and destroying the American dollar. Only jobs he has created in federal jobs. I guess his pay grade has not educated him enough to realize private jobs are what pay the taxes to pay their salaries. They just do not get it. Greed or destruction.

“My Hometown”

Since: Feb 08

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#16 Feb 20, 2011
Rocky Top wrote:
I think Tennessee should annex kentucky.
See, Rocky Top Loves Kentucky! Wants it for his very own, just a closet WILDCAT! For the record though, Kentucky's official southern boundary is somewhere in the area of Scott county's Oakgrove territory! Some say Kentucky's governor never signed off on the present day state line. Then that would mean Scott Co. owes us alcohol tax revenues or be slapped with a judicial ruling of illegal alcoholic sales! Won't that knock yer hat in the crick!

“True Blue”

Since: Dec 07

Location hidden

#17 Feb 21, 2011
That's a fact! Also Scott co. seceded from the state during the civil war beginning and although the powers that be claim to have rejoined the current Union no complete documentation at state level was ever filed and accepted. I wonder how many others there are still floating around as legal counties in other states that are in the same official condition? That have never rejoined the Union from that day forward.

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