Principled Resistance in Oklahoma

House bypasses governor’s veto to claim Oklahoma’s sovereignty

 
Oklahoma’s congress has taken a stand against the counterculture activists who currently dominate Washington – and hence, our nation.

Oklahoma is the second state, after Texas, to rise up in protest and resistance against this abominable triumph of 60’s radicalism.

Of course, you don’t see this reported in the mainstream media. Why ever could this be?

My hat is off to these courageous resisters against the resurgence of the Weather Underground.

I am not a secessionist. I believe that the lesson of the Civil War is that right will prevail, even in the face of overwhelming evil. But I am grateful to see that the resistance is not limited to rank-and-file Americans. Apparently, there still remain some principled men in government. Surely, that is cause for hope!

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4 comments so far

  1. Realist on

    I’ve looked at the following and can’t tell if Texas’ sovereignty victory in the House will nevertheless languish due to apparently inadequate activity in the senate?

    http://www.tenthamendmentcenter.com/2009/02/23/state-sovereignty-resolutions/

    • allgoodmen on

      Realist – I see the sovereignty movement as largely symbolic. I am not against it – indeed, I am one of those who wondered what ever happened to the Tenth Amendment. But State Sovereignty makes for a lousy rallying cry. On the one hand, it is too easy to mistake it for secession. On the other hand, there’s very little one can do to make sovereignty stick – without swamping a basically unsympathetic Supreme Court with cases. I appreciate the principle of the men who are making this stand, but look elsewhere for real answers.

  2. Jereme on

    down with the feds! take their power away

  3. David Gabler on

    It’s so awesome. I know Gov. Perry is not a secessionist, either. It’s sad to see how the media uses its influence to push their agenda. It’s not just what they say, it’s what they don’t say. And it’s not just the stories they cover, it’s the ones they leave uncovered. Truly, if the mainstream media doesn’t cover it, it must not have happened.

    Most Americans seem to think if it wasn’t covered in the media, it must not be important. I even had a conservative friend tell me, “The media doesn’t cover the right to life march in Washington because they know nobody cares about it.” In fact, it’s the other way around. Nobody cares about it because it’s not covered in the media. In fact, most people probably don’t even know it’s happening.


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