Ron Paul: First President of New Texas?

by Russell D. Longcore

reprint from 12-13-09

When Texas inevitably secedes from the United States, it will need a President. I nominate favorite son Ron Paul, of Lake Jackson, Texas as the first President of the new nation.

There is no other person that has the credentials of Dr. Ron Paul. Doctor Paul ran a successful ob/gyn medical practice before entering politics, so he knows small business. He served as a flight surgeon in the U.S. Air Force during the 1960s. He has been a US Congressman for Texas’ 14th District since 1997, returning to Congress after previously serving in the same capacity in the late ‘70s and early ‘80s. He knows the Washington culture and the Washington games from the inside. His record of voting against pork-barrel spending has gotten him the nickname “Dr. No.” Congressman Paul has often been the lone voice on Capitol Hill for compliance with the Constitution of the United States. Paul enjoys a national reputation as the premier advocate for liberty in politics today. Dr. Paul is the leading spokesman in Washington for limited constitutional government, low taxes, free markets, and a return to sound monetary policies based on commodity-backed currency.

Recently, Paul sponsored HR 1207, the Federal Reserve Transparency Act, designed to regulate and audit the Federal Reserve. On December 9, 2009, he introduced the Free Competition in Currency Act in Congress, which if enacted, would get the government out of the money business.

He is known among both his colleagues in Congress and his constituents for his consistent voting record in the House of Representatives: Dr. Paul never votes for legislation unless the proposed measure is expressly authorized by the Constitution.

No other person in Texas can show a lifelong commitment to liberty like Ron Paul can proffer. No governor, Senator or other Congressman can compare their voting records and legislative records with Congressman Paul. All others would be proven to be big-government spenders and friends to tyrants…or tyrants themselves.

I heartily encourage Ron Paul to voice his support for Nullification and eventual Secession in a prepared statement delivered in an open session of the United States House of Representatives. That would throw an ideological hand grenade into the Washington political culture that would reverberate from that moment forward into the history books. That one speech would mesmerize and captivate the Main Stream Media. Paul, his speech and Texas would be the Number One headline for weeks. The line of media interview requests for Rep. Paul would be as long as the Rio Grande…and just about as shallow.

Few events could bolster the cause of nationhood for Texas as the unflagging support of Ron Paul. I dare to say that few events could galvanize the support of Texas citizens as much as Ron Paul’s support of the concepts of Nullification and Secession.

Not since John C. Calhoun’s advocacy of Nullification in the 1830s, and the formal secession of South Carolina in 1860, would Washington’s applecart be up-ended like a simple statement of support of Nullification and Secession from Ron Paul.

But please note: I am not recommending that ANY ACTION toward secession be taken any time soon. The national political events that will precipitate secession have yet to occur. And Timing Is Everything.

Just as George Washington was swept into the Presidency after the 1776 secession, so too would Ron Paul be the logical and emotional choice for Texas.

Perhaps Dr. Paul could convince Judge Andrew Napolitano to relocate to Texas and become the first Vice President or Chief Justice of the New Texas Supreme Court?

The Texas Nationalist Movement is the current driving force for the secession of Texas from the United States. The TNM is presently reaching out to Texans across the state and telling the story of the many reasons that nationhood is best for Texas…and Texans.

The TNM is currently spearheading a petition drive to collect signatures from Texans who support the concept of secession. TNM leaders want to be able to present thousands of signatures to the Governor on January 11, 2011, the opening day of the next Texas legislative session. The petition requests that a straight up or down referendum be scheduled so that the people of Texas may vote themselves whether or not to secede from the Union.

Fore more information about the Texas Nationalist Movement, go to: A basic membership is a mere $20.

DumpDC. Six Letters That Can Change History.

© Copyright 2009, Russell D. Longcore. Permission to reprint in whole or in part is gladly granted, provided full credit is given.


8 Responses to Ron Paul: First President of New Texas?

  1. Hear, Hear! Even from The Hill.

    “Texas Republican Rep. Ron Paul, chairman of a major House subcommittee and a man with serious ideas and a significant base of support, deserves far more respect than he is getting from the media and pundit communities.”

  2. Billy Yank says:

    I know I’ll be skewered for saying so, but I’m afraid that Texas does not only belong to the Americans who currently live there – it belongs to ALL Americans. Even if you were to somehow pay the rest of us back for ALL the federal money of ours that has been invested there over the past century-and-a-half, the answer is still NO. I can’t even understand how you people think that this idea is even possible, but please go ahead and try if it makes you feel better – we do have a free country, despite what gets said on sites like this.

    • dumpdc says:

      Dear Mr. Yank- No skewering will happen here. I simply would like to direct your attention to the US Constitution. Please read it and discover that it is the states that created the Federal Government, not the other way around. All Americans do not “own” Texas, any more than all Americans own you. Russ

      • Billy Yank says:

        dumpdc, you are correct that we are not individually owned – which is why you have the right to go live wherever you’d like. Go ahead and renounce the USA if it pleases you to do so. However, you don’t get to take a part of our country with you when you leave. Nobody blames you for being dissatisfied with what the Federal Government does, because we ALL go through that (it’s impossible to please everybody in ANY nation, or even a third of the people). Regardless of how you view Texas, though, it is not yours to take. The rest of your fellow Americans – whom you insult every time you talk of sedition and treason – will enforce our majority upon you as many times as you’d like, one way or another. It’s okay if you disagree with me, and I would defend your right to do so with my life, but I am 100% confident that any effort of yours to take Texas away will be met with overwhelming stopping power. You are free to turn in your individual citizenship, but while you are an American you are under the jurisdiction of The United States and you shall obey her laws – no cherry picking. JFK is still asking you to do something FOR your country instead of asking “what have you done for me lately?” You and your like-minded friends have options available to you that are much more honorable and faithful.

      • dumpdc says:

        Dear Mr. Yank-

        We must agree to disagree for now. About five years ago I still thought as you do today. But I am confident that at some point in the future, you will realize that DC and the American people do not own your state, or my state, or Texas. Washington is not sovereign over the states lawfully. It usurped the sovereignty of the states. When TSHTF and DC has no more money and power, The USA will go the way of the Soviet Union…only much more quickly. Thanks for writing. Russ

    • Rick Masey says:

      Sir, if you do not believe in the Republic feel free to relocate now. We believe in the Republic of Texas, if you do not agree IH 10 & IH 20 lead east & west, IH 35 & IH 45 will take you north. Please take the highway that best takes you out

  3. […] article by Russell D. Longcore  (reprint from 12-13-09)  on When Texas inevitably secedes from the United States, it will need a President. I nominate […]

  4. Russ:

    Billy Yank is a perennial Collectivist whose main claim to fame is his continuing attempt to infiltrate Southern boards in order to feed his overpowering need to argue.

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