Here we are forcing 320 million people to “get along.” But we’re not getting along. And we’re not going to get along. And we should just go our separate ways, and that will allow us to get along…
We’ll get along better when we go our separate ways. It will be more peaceful when we’re not at each other’s throats trying to force our agenda. That’s why we need secession.
And all we basically need for that is to make sure that the federal government doesn’t come in guns blazing and say, “Nope. You’re gonna fund us whether you like it or not.”
I hope that in this day and age if there was popular support, they wouldn’t be able to do that.
And there is something to suggest that they wouldn’t react violently…
In this video, I go into why the political climate would be better if states seceded. Competition between the states would give us real options to shop around for the best government. By voting with our feet, we could actually hold power over what kind of government we want… moving to a new state is easier than moving to a new country.
I give plenty of examples of the benefits of government competition, as well as when and where secession worked.
Let me know in the comments if you enjoyed hearing my thoughts in a video as opposed to the typical written article.
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You don’t have to play by the rules of the corrupt politicians, manipulative media, and brainwashed peers.
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