Personally, I think Mr. Leffew needs to learn how to spell "ludicrous" if he is going to use it in a sentence, unless, of course, he is referring to the rapper, in which case it should begin with a capital "L" but would actually make no sense at all. A capital "I" when referring to himself wouldn't hurt either.
I understand one of Tennessee's lawmakers recently said we should just settle all this on the football field. I think that is an excellent idea! We'll even play at your place. GO DAWGS!!!
In truth, Georgia attempted to reconcile this error back during the Carter administration. In 1974, the U.S. Court of Appeals suggested to reserve the decision on the border until a later date. Apparently at the time there wasn't much of a push to pursue. But, if the land according to original establishment does belong to Georgia, the argument that it simply has been too long shall not suffice. If it is Georgia, it is Georgia's.