Just flipping through the channels last night, and the topic of Texas secession caught my eye. Unfortunately it was on MSNBC, but they made it sound like it was an abonimation to even think of it. F'ing liberals dont even know how good they have things. They think that the U.S. government is just going to hand things over to them on a silver platter. Texas is making a statement, telling the rest of the country, and the world, for that matter, that shayte isnt right over here in the U.S. and that someone needs to make the first drastic move to prove this point. DOHbama has ruined this country, with his health care plan, apoligizing to terrorist, and maybe not saying it outright, but basically saying that anyone against him is a racist. I am only racist against stupidity and ignorance, not against the color of your skin. I cannot stand by and not voice my opinion, to watch a socialist preach to our country about how things should and will be without saying something about the great sacrifices that our fallen brothers have made, to try and regain the peace and fortitude that this country has so desperately tried to hold on to. I am a Texan by birth and right, and will lay down my life to hold on to the freedoms that I hold near and dear to my heart. I pray that my children can live and prosper in the same freedoms and morals that were instilled upon myself by my forefathers that lived and worshipped the same wonderful lives that we so greatly take for granted. There will be blood letting in the future so that those freedoms will continue, and you can almost certainly guarantee that. The days are upon us to let our voices ring, to sound loudly about the sorrows that have been placed on our shoulders. The weight of our future needs to be carried now, to the end of the line, without complaint, without fail. God bless our State, our Texas, and God bless all of you, our fellow Texans who feel the negligance that has been placed upon us by our United government. To the new Republic of Texas I extend my gracious hand in freedom... :texas: Brad L.