4.12.2011

Today Is the 150th Anniversary of the Bombardment of Fort Sumter

Today Is the 150th Anniversary of the Bombardment of Fort Sumter
The south declared their independence from the northern aggressors on this date. The bullshit slavery arguement is just that and is null and void here so skip it. The Corwin amendment Lincoln offered the south or "cotton states" proves the slavery bullshit.
My question to you is the 14th amendment constitutional? Think hard about it before you just throw something out there!
I will give you a hint: RATIFICATION
If the southern states where considered the enemy and war was waged as such. If the north blockcade of southern ports (that the Constitution deems as war). And after the war the southern states sent their representatives to Washington (the north's representatives refused to seat them) then ratification could not have been complete without a united count.
So I ask you again, is the 14th amendment constitutional?

4 comments:

The Griper said...

good question my friend. seems as when we dig deeply into history all kinds of important information akeeps getting revealed bringing up questions that isn't taught in history, doesn't it?

LandShark 5150 said...

Griper - if the 14th was never properly and constitutionally ratified, then all the tyranny that it rains upon us would cease correct? Or should I say a harder avenue to pursue!

Bungalow Bill said...

Here's some additional information about the controversy surrounding the 14th Amendment. http://bungalowbillscw.blogspot.com/2011/04/controversy-over-ratification-of-14th.html

BB-Idaho said...

Must have been something important for over 600,000
Americans to die for. Perhaps the US general who
showed respect fot the surrendering confederates at Appomatox by having his
troops come to attention as they marched by to stack their arms said it
best ....
..and perhaps we need reall the words of General Robert E. Lee..."Abandon your animosities, and make your sons Americans.”