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Trust me I was sober and really was doing nothing more than repeating my earlier post. The AoC had a secession clause that required unanimous consent of all the states for one of the members to leave. The document that "formed a more perfect union," is silent on the issue of seccession. I think it is curious that the AoC would have a higher standard for secession than the Constitution forming a "perfect Union." Which in itself says something to me becasue a Union that could be busted up by the whim of one party is NOT a "perfect Union."