NH sovereignty, more states possible?

Discussion in 'The Club House' started by supergus, Mar 26, 2009.

  1. supergus

    supergus New Member

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    Good video of Glen Beck:
    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I36vH_uTbic&feature=related]YouTube - GlenBeck: NH Sovereignty - over 20 states aboard now! Civil War?![/ame]
     
  2. dunerunner

    dunerunner New Member

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    Misses GB this afternoon, thanks for the post!! Very interesting stuff going on right now.
     

  3. mrm14

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    California declaired sovereignty under the 10th Amendment this morning. So far I believe 20 States have done this.
     
  4. SGT-MILLER

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    Montana is one of the states declaring sovereignty also.


    "I do solemnly swear that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States and the state of Montana against all enemies foreign and domestic."

    P.S. That is part of the oath of enlistment when joining the MT Guard (Air and Army).
     
  5. McNabb11b

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    That is one of the things that originally attracted me to the guard.
     
  6. WDB

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    I'll hold my thoughts but no state has sovereignty that I can find. Yes some mouth peices have said the great state of blabla has claimed sovereignty but there are no states that I could find that are not accepting federal/national $$$. No state that has requested the removal of the US military or other federal goverment departments (FBI, NCI, ATF, DEA, Fema or SSI) in there soverent state. So much about nothing, at best shock jocks claiming sovereignty to whip up ratings.

    Making it simple I will believe a state has claimed sovereignty when they give up the the few things I mentioned above and I expect there are several hundred other services I didn't mention.

    Enough of the hype show me something or shut up. Sovereignty show it in action, it isn't more than a rant.
     
  7. SGT-MILLER

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    All states are sovereign according to the Constitution (10th Amendment). That's the whole concept behind the United States of America. These states are just re-clarifying that fact for the current administration.

    They are not trying to break away from the union or anything. They are just stating what has already been in place since the Constitution first was put into effect. The current administration seems to have forgotten that.

    Please don't hold your thoughts. Speak up or shut up. :)
     
  8. roosterjuicer

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    i think its interesting that california has said they are sovereign because they are more dependent on the federal government than anyone else out there.
     
  9. WDB

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    I guess I don't see the difference, what are they doing diffenently than other states? From what I read they are doing the same so claiming sovereignty is for media hype or does it offer a value I'm not understanding?

    Speaking up:D
     
  10. Cnynrat

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    When California does this you have to question their motives. In the case of California it's certainly not because they are fed up with the Feds trampling individual rights. More likely, folks in Sacramento are fed up with all the unfunded mandates flowing down from D.C.
     
  11. mrm14

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    Yes! I believe you are correct Sir.
     
  12. supergus

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    You are correct. These states are just subtly reminding the Gov. that their powers are limited and to watch their step.