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Did you see where some politicians in Oklahoma want to start a state militia to defend their rights against the federal government. I thought we settled all that in 1865. Do they want to secede from the U S? I think we should take all the tea Party and other  right wing crazies and put them in Oklahoma. Build a big fence around it and put Tom Coborn in Charge. export all the guns and conventional explosives to them that they request. Just don't let them have any way to get out and bring harm to the rest of the good old USA.

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Don't worry about well-armed minorities, they'll be dealt with swiftly and surely. Like Darroll said, there are federal law enforcement officers keeping a close eye on things. We need something to keep the 24/7 news media going, something to keep the worry warts occupied.
These people claim to be constitutionalists, it seems they might do well to read the whole document. I find this to be a little ironic.

Section 2.

The President shall be Commander in Chief of the Army and Navy of the United States, and of the Militia of the several States, when called into the actual Service of the United States
But, instead of being called into actual service of the United States, they would be called into actual service against the United States.
Section 8: of the Constitution includes, Congress shall have the power to: raise and support armies; to provide and maintain a Navy; To make rules for the government and regulation of the land and navel forces; to provide for calling forth the militia to exercise the laws of the Union, supress Insurrections and repel invasions; To provide for organizing, arming, and disciplining the militia.

The above is an excerpt from Section 8 of the Constitution. If you desire to know more, I suggest you read the whole thing.
Robbie I have, that is one of the things that makes it such an interesting document.
The best document ever. A lot of great minds poured a lot of thought into it.




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