Thursday, January 21, 2010

Alabama enacts state sovereignty resolution

Alabama yesterday became the eighth state to fully enact a state sovereignty resolution, reports WAFF-TV 48 in Huntsville. Here was some citizen reaction:

"You're supposed to be quiet in the gallery but everybody was cheering," said Angela Laughlin, a member of a patriot group near Huntsville.

Laughlin doesn't believe Alabama will ever attempt to leave the United States, but she believes the foundation is there in case such a move was ever warranted and leaders in Washington should take note.

"You don't kick a tenant out without serving them notice first," said Laughlin. "So we are serving them notice."

It's about time.

1 comment:

Old Rebel said...

It's more symbolic, but it's a great start, isn't it?

Something is definitely in the air ...