Once again the DC gang is pulling a major flanking action?
Taking your eyes off of the very very close Electoral Collage Process; and
as such will there be a Representative and Senator who will file the needed Objection
to raise the issue of the Incumbents Natural Born Status. There is still time to contact your
representative to demand such an objection (United States Code allowable) where by a demand
of proof before the congress to establish the credibility of the incumbent in meeting the
requirement of the Rule of Law. Amazingly in the weeks leading up to the 2012 November General Election
untold big Buck$ were spent telling you how Obama must be defeated! Where are the voices now especially
when the possibility of actually unseating and undoing so much of the damaging executive actions of the past 4 years.
Look at what is happening to the Hobby Lobby folks...is Chick Filet next and oh yes how about the congregation down the street
what is the next surprise...it's time for a Congressional Objection to be filed ASAP.
What will you do to make it happen?
To the front....Tweet...E-mail...call do something!!!
Lean on DC!
Form the Line!
The Economic Power of The Southern States
by Cole Cleburne
Although GDP is not a perfect measure of economic power, the number can be used as a matter of comparison between states or in this matter, comparing southern states to other nations.
Many southerners simply cannot see themselves as separate from the union. This notion is based in part on the economic power of the current United States. No matter the fact our nation is in fiscal shambles, the current union still remains an economic powerhouse. How long this continues is a matter of debate, but as it deteriorates, the promise for a free south will continue to rise.
The image above (as taken from The Economist) using 2009 statistics, gives a comparison between U.S. states and nations of the world in economic output. If we look at this list this is where each southern state would rank (also using 2010 data, numbers displayed in millions, and world rank):
1. Texas 1,158,194 (13th) comparable to Russia
2. Florida 734,727 (17th) comparable to the Netherlands
3. Virginia 406,798 (22nd) comparable to Sweden
4. North Carolina 400,483 (22nd) comparable to Sweden
5. Georgia 396,177 (22nd) comparable to Sweden
6. Tennessee 246,669 (34th) comparable to Finland
7. Missouri 239,649 (34th) comparable to Finland
8. Louisiana 206,525 (38th) comparable to Ireland
9. Alabama 169,459 (43rd) comparable to Nigeria
10. South Carolina 158,487 (48th) comparable to the Phillipines
11. Kentucky 155,734 (48th) comparable to the Phillipines
12. Arkansas 102,219 (55th) comparable to Kazakhstan
13. Mississippi 96,135 (55th) comparable to Vietnam
14. West Virginia 60,491 (64th) comparable to Libya
If the newly independent south were to choose to band together in a new confederation the economic output and power of the south would be enough to rank it as the 4th largest economy in the entire world, just slightly behind Japan and China. As this site progresses I will further break down each state and look at it's economics as a standalone nation.
It is time to Get Off THe USS Titanic!