Monday, July 26, 2010

Republican Candidate in Tennessee: Elect Republicans or States Will Secede

Conservative Republicans are more and more anti-American. They seem to put state interests over the national interest, which strikes us as bad for the United States.

At least that's one conclusion that can be reached from the words of Tennessee Rep. Zach Wamp, a candidate for governor in the Volunteer state.

Judge for yourself. Here's the story:
Rep. Zach Wamp suggested [Tennessee] and other states may have to consider seceding from the union if the federal government does not change its ways regarding mandates.
"I hope that the American people will go to the ballot box in 2010 and 2012 so that states are not forced to consider separation from this government," said Wamp during an interview with Hotline OnCall.

1 comment:

Tulsan said...

Wamp is getting stiff competition in the Lunatic Department.

Josh Marshall:

"...Tennessee gubernatorial candidate Ron Ramsey saying that Islam may not be entitled to 1st Amendment religious freedom protections because it's a cult. It occurs to me that this is another example of the fierce competition for the crazy is races around the country -- but apparently some races more than others. Ramsey is currently running in third place in the GOP governor's primary in Tennessee. And the guy who's running in second is Rep. Zach Wamp..."