Yeah, right. The Constitution is an agreement amongst equals and does not contain a secession clause.@Oceander
As has been pointed out to you already, the Constitution also does not contain a right-to-vote clause. According to your logic, anyone voting is in open rebellion against the Constitution.
If the Constitution was intended to legally bind States under it's rule for eternity, then it would have stated as such. Similar language can be found in the Articles of Confederation, but was pointedly removed from our Constitution. It was done so for a reason, so that States would not be bound for eternity, but would always retain their right to self-determination above and beyond the power of the remaining States.
The Declaration of Independence came before the Constitution, not after, so the Constitution trumps the Declaraton.
The Declaration of Independence is a treatise of intent. It demonstrates that our Founding Fathers believed that each colony should not forcibly be bound by government rule, but should have the right to self-determination. That right did not die when the Constitution was ratified, given the only constraint being that each state have a republican form of government.
Union was a one-way door
Your basis? Simply repeating the claim does not make it true.
(See: Logical fallacy - begging the question)
The only way out with honor is with the consent of the other states - a so-called Velvet Revolution
Again, your basis.
otherwise, it's just a violent rebellion.
Ah, violent. Funny you should add that qualifier, because in the case of the Commonwealth of Virginia, the only violence that ensued was when it was invaded without provocation by a hostile army from the North.
There is no right, legal or moral, to unilaterally secede from the Union.
Yet Virginia was allowed to secede from the Articles of Confederation. Go figure.
Again, you have zero legal basis for your claim. None. Zip. Nada. And the fact that you falsely portray it as such removes any claims of morality upon it. Moral right? Seriously? That's funny.