|Texas Judge Warns Obama May Spark “Civil War”|
Most Days I'm proud to be a Texans, but when some of our "slow to enter the twenty first century" elected officials make the national news, I must admit I cringe a bit. Here in Texas, we know that some our people in positions of power are not as evolved as the rest of the thinking world, but we try to keep our "house business" here in Texas. Well, somebody left the door open and our secrets keep coming out.
We knew what Rick Perry was like, but then he left home and went to the national arena and now EVERYBODY knows what Rick Perry is like. Everybody knows that he agrees with Todd Akin on the abortion issue. And now everybody knows about a little known conservative Republican judge in Lubbock, Texas -Tom Head....
If Obama were to be reelected, Head warned, “he's going to try to hand over the sovereignty of the United States to the UN. What is going to happen when that happens? I’m thinking worst case scenario now,” he explained during an interview with FOX 34 in Lubbock. “Civil unrest, civil disobedience, civil war — maybe. And we’re not talking just a few riots here and demonstrations, we’re talking Lexington, Concord, take up arms and get rid of the guy.”
This Woman's Words on this situation are that this guy should be watched very closely if not detained, by the Secret Service. Am I the only person that has a problem with an elected official telling civilians to get a gun "get rid" of the President of the United States of America? When did that become acceptable?
I grew up hearing the phrase "The South shall rise again". It wasn't until I was a teenager that I understood what my world view would be if the South did indeed go back to the times that my fellow southerners yearned for so desperately. Today I can say with confidence... get over it, it's time to move forward. There will be no Civil War. The South will NOT rise again. Not in the way of the old confederacy.
We are moving forward with diversity, acceptance, and mutual respect. With that the South will SOAR.