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 Posted: Thu Apr 27th, 2006 07:12 pm
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Indy,

For something to be illegal does not a law have to be broken? Since the Constitution does not forbid secession what law did the Southern States violate when it seceded? To agure that nothing in the Constitution allows secession would be pointless since you do not need a law to allow something.

Why would South Carolina apply to the Federal government over something that was a States Right? Secession is a states right to make a law regarding since it was not a right given to the Federal government. The Federal govt.can only rule on what is in the Constitution they were given right to.

How would South Carolina "apply for secession"?

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Shadowrebel

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