How does Texas plan to proceed to secession not that Rick Perry is against it?
- ELv 67 years agoFavorite Answer
I don't think even Texas really knows, but those idiots that have voted to secede haven't really thought about what they are going to do without, including:
--Federal government assistance in any form
--Disaster area assistance
--Federal checks, including social security; disability, etc.
--Electricity, unless paying high fees for importing--unless relying on rubbing two sticks together
--Vehicles, except high import fees
--Food, grow their own or experience high import fees
--Money--have to make their own; probably use rocks as money
--Income tax returns--None
--FHA Housing loans--None
--FEMA disaster assistance--None
--Clothing--high import fees
--National Guard assistance--None
--Forest fire assistance--None
--Highway repair assistance--None
--US Mail--Not part of US; pay higher fees for mailing to other countries within the US; develop own system within state
--Cable--pay higher access fees
--Phone--pay higher access fees; will be roaming for all calls outside state
--Unemployment compensation--None from US; only state assisted (meaning hardly none)
--Medicare, Medicaid--None; develop their own
--Jail inmates released--must stay in Texas; other states will not allow entry
--Banks insured--Questionable; pay higher fees to ensure country wide coverage
--Federal marshals, FBI, TBI, Highway patrol assistance--None; develop your own
--Travel to the states--obtain a passport and obtain approval or visa before entry (must wait years like any other person from other countries)
--Defect to the States--no way; send them back
If they are allowed to secede (which I doubt), they should be refused any US loans, assistance, and not allowed to re-enter the US until after 10 years have passed (to teach them a lesson). If they want to be treated like a country then we will treat them like one--stay out of our United States and stay out of our way of progression!!!!
- ChetLv 77 years ago
It's not a plan or an attempt. All it is is a way for the people to let those in charge know that however many people in Texas are fed up with the over reaching power of the federal government.
- Anonymous7 years ago
It can't happen, they just need time to whine and cry.