James Madison, Rick Perry Quash Seces...

James Madison, Rick Perry Quash Secesh Talk

There are 1 comment on the American Thinker story from Nov 17, 2012, titled James Madison, Rick Perry Quash Secesh Talk. In it, American Thinker reports that:

It was said of the royal Bourbon family of France that "they forget nothing; they learn nothing." Have some of the fringers on our own side become Bourbons? Or have they just been hitting the bourbon since Election Day? What is this nonsensical talk of secession? Now people are wasting their time drafting and, worse, signing petitions calling for ... (more)

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Waco, TX

#1 Nov 17, 2012
Texas is not going anywhere! Even Rick Perry is telling people to shut up on the subject.

The last time secession was tried, 630,000 young Americans died. An entire region of the country was laid waste and did not really recover until the 1970s. That was also the time when segregation ended. See a link?

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