The new Hatfields & McCoys
Apparently Georgia state legislature just passed a bill to invade TN?!
"Us good Tennesseeans will take our long rifles up to Lookout Mountain and fire when ready," said Justin Wilson, a Nashville attorney and former deputy governor.
A mile to the north of the GA-TN border is the Tennessee River which is like texas tea to solve drought issues and allow Atlanta to drain the river like the West has done with the mighty Colorado.
The crux of Georgia's complaint revolves around "a flawed survey conducted in 1818 and never accepted by the State of Georgia," according to the resolutions. Some surveyors, politicians and attorneys on both sides of the border agree that the state line runs too far south.
I guess that future scenario about wars over fresh water instead of oil are going to be sooner than later.
Georgia has been battling Florida and Alabama in federal court for about 18 years over water rights. Last summer, Lake Lanier, which supplies Atlanta's water, shriveled to historic lows.