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Sean Hannity vs Daniel Miller on Texas secession

November 14, 2012
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‘Respectable conservative’ talk radio host and television personality Sean Hannity, who now supports amnesty for millions of illegal immigrants, recently interviewed Daniel Miller, the president of the Texas Nationalist Movement. Hannity asked Miller about the secession petitions which have flooded the White House and generated so much media coverage. The petition in support of independence for Texas has gotten over a hundred thousand signatures as of the time this article is being written and posted. Hannity argues for the status quo and asks Miller if it is not possible to ‘work within the system’ to achieve more liberty and restore conservative values. Miller replies that ‘that ship has sailed.’ Check out the video below:

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  • Anti-Federalist

    Work within the system? What was it someone said about doing the same thing over and over again while expecting a different result as being insane?

  • Michael

    Exactly, Anti-Federalist.

  • Anti-Federalist

    A few notes:

    1. When Hannity discussed sacrificing freedom for security, I wish Daniel would have asked Sean if he is in favor of abolishing the TSA.

    2. I wish Daniel had not made it solely about Obama. What he implied (unfortunately) is that if Obama was replaced with Romney we would be on the path to a Constitutional Republic (that’s false). There is hardly a nickle’s worth of differences between Obama and Romney. In truth, even though I loath both candidates I saw Obama as marginally preferable because a war with Iran is less likely with him in office than it would be with Romney. A genuine independence movement cannot be about a grievance with one person. My grievances against the Federal government did not begin on 1/20/2009. I have grievances against the entire government, all of its presidents, congressmen, senators, bureaucrats, czars, law enforcement officers, agencies, departments, generals, dignitaries, etc. This point needs to be stressed.

    3. Someone needs to explain to Hannity and other conservatives that they should not speak about the peoples within the US as “the American people” as though we are all a single monolithic people. At the end of the interview Hannity said that “the American people” would in the end turn against socialism. This is just wishful thinking on his part. There is no single “American people.” There are people within the Federal empire who will continue to lurch leftward no matter how much big government/socialism fails. Other people will want to move in the other direction. If we want to gain our independence we have to work on changing the language. Whenever people speak to others in their community or if they are calling in to a Rush Limbaugh, Hannity, Levin, etc show we should actively insist that they not refer to everyone in the Federal empire as “the American people” and explain the differences between a nation of people and the inhabitants within the US nation-state.

  • Virginian Secessionist

    For all his flaws, I will say this about Mr. Hannity. He treated Mr. Miller with respect, and unlike a Fliberal, he did not ridicule him or our cause simply because he disagreed. That’s at least worth a few brownie points in my book.

  • The New Silence Dogood

    Daniel Miller is well spoken.

    Great interview.



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