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Chuck Jackson November 8, 2012 at 7:58pm
"...it is the UNITED States of America...."
snydergal, your subject and predicate nominative don't agree in number. It should be "they are the United States of America." "States" is plural. How could you miss that? Could it be politics of language?
The states are to have their sovereignty. When the federal government doesn't act in accordance with the Constitution, the states have every right to dissolve the relationship. Jefferson encouraged that.
These u. S., as such, are ridiculous.
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