About time they got it right. In fact most states wouldn't even sign the Constitution until indvidiual rights were included and addressed. Only five states signed the Constitution after much heated debate, and it wasn't until then they wrote up the first ten admendments, then all states ratified these along with signing the Constitution.
So without a guarentee of individual rights including a 2nd admendment there wouldn't have been a USA formed as we know it. It is a shame to see the country collapse from a few dangerous political people with other motives, and not really caring about protecting the people they serve.
Just play the sensitivity game for votes, and collect as much money from them before they die as our laws kill them is the DNC goal it appears.
You can tax the american taxpayer out of existance, but it would not make up for China's next 50 year commitment to coal and the fact that there are 5000 coal plants under development with two new ones coming on each week for the next ten years.
I think the world should look at providing cleaner coal scrubbers to the rest of the world at a reduced cost, and to look at geo-engineering since it's a proven solution. Sure it's nice to conserve as I belong to numerous conservation orgs, but what other countries do is out of our control. So I felt we need to look at geo-engineering besides conservation since the USA cannot conserve enough for the rest of world's actions.
Congress approved it years ago, and just like all other laws that passed, its now history. So get over it, GA should have disputed it before it passed.
Now if you want to talk about selling GA water that can be discussed. As I would like to see it as a commodity that TN can offset taxes from.
Why not sell Georgia water? It can help keep taxes low for TN residents. And then maybe TN wouldn't have to raise taxes against it's citizens.
TN places a pipline to the border and sells water at a fair market price. Could probably even get GA to foot the bill.
No one that I know who is an intelligent person in TN wants to be a GA resident, that much is very clear.
We still have flooding in southeast TN, as this spring like all others water is standing for days and all you have to dig is a foot down for a well.
Maybe a method to store or hold more water from the spring downpours are needed in GA. I do not understand why TN or TVA ever claimed a drought since the river is massive and there are many dams.