I get it George. It just makes me so very angry that tolerance is a one way street in this country now. It wasn't meant to be that way. One would think there would be lessons learned from the past but it seems it's just not being studied. Now, we have the campaigns with lies slinging right n left. Bill McCollum of Fl said last week we would NEVER have a bill like Arizona's. Well, TODAY, he said he's introducing one that goes a step beyond Arizona's. Guess he read the poll numbers on his earlier comments. Naw, I ain't voting for him. Wasn't before the first comment. Is there any public office holder in this entire country who will just do the 'right' thing? No, they take a left turn every time. The only ones I even think I like are Barbour, Jyndal, Brewer and Perry. At least they can tell their state they tried. Our Charlie got the hug that turned him into a tuna. He probably shouldn't have done that. After watching that and hearing him change his stand on a couple of issues he said he was firm on when he ran for Gov., he's toast.
I am so understanding the frustration and the anger at the 'big' government our ancestors felt every time they went to war. Do I want to go to war? No. I do think I'm interested in the land values in Bora Bora right now. Sounds like a nice place. Heck, I'd take a cruise with Gilligan and the Skipper, at least we know they were ok.
Where in the Constitution does it say one group/person/entity has the entire power to remove another from the face of the earth? I don't believe I saw that when I read it, but it's been a while and I'm not that good at those big words. The reasons for the states leaving the union takes on a whole other perspective now, at least for me. It makes sense. It didn't before. Guess I'd not been angry enough or seen enough corruption to believe it was the only way out. Bless their hearts, our ancestors did try. They didn't just sit n stew.