Is another US Civil War Possible?
Your argument has turned circular and thus, fallacious. Once again, you're inaccurately assuming that the absence of language in the Constitution equals a right to secession. You can ask the same question over and over again if you feel the need. Doing so though does not make your point valid or factual.
Originally Posted by Greg
Case law is every bit as legally binding as a statute and I listed the relevant case law, the Federalist Paper to which you requested, etc. in this matter. It's on you that you keep ignoring it in favor of *just* written statute.
In post #95, I spelled out the legal argument against your position. Many legal scholars agree with that assessment.
I'm happy and confident to continue this debate should you offer up something new.
Last edited by HoustonRaven; 06-30-2014 at 08:00 PM.
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