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BorderC (Fearless Blue)

Monday, November 24, 2008 - 06:18 pm Click here to edit this post
Ok, I understand that but I don't see how things under the theoretical point would be any different than they are now. That's just how democracy works. It's not practical to divide up the country into political ideologies. The only example of that of which I can think of is the Mason-Dixon line and it just cause more separation in the union.

I can't say I can relate well to the dilemma because I am a conservative in a red state but lets face it, our federal government is a lot more liberal right now than we want it to and there's nothing we can do about it. We can just hope that they make the right decisions and if they don't they get elected out of office.

And one last note. I don't think you'd have as big of a problem as you think anyways. As I said previously, if we divided the states by population then Cali would be split in two. Your half of Cali would most likely be separate from the LA and SF side because of the population distribution of the state. You'd still have Portland and Seattle, but I don't know that they compare to the previous two.

And on a side note, do the people of that area really believe in this Jefferson State? Being from the southeast, I have limited knowledge there. The first I've heard of it was a few months ago. Besides, I've always been anti-Jeffersonian.... well, more like pro-Hamiltonian in that I believe in a strong (which does not necessarily mean bigger) centralized government. That's a completely different topic though.

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