Might there actually be a good reason to let California file for divorce? One guy thinks so.
Take Hillary Clinton, Nancy Pelosi and Barack Obama, for example. Are there any meaningful areas of agreement you have with them politically as conservatives? Do you agree with them on abortion, gay marriage, Obamacare, the Constitution, controlling the border, taxes, states’ rights, spending, judges, school choice, etc., etc.? Those disagreements might be mostly irrelevant if liberals were content to live how they want in states they control while leaving everyone else alone. Instead, liberals have worked incessantly to create an all-powerful centralized government that they believe should marginalize and prey upon people who don’t share their political beliefs. The idealized liberal world is one where you do the work, they take your tax dollars and give that money to people who don’t work as hard as you in exchange for keeping the Left in power. That unworkable liberal philosophy is inexorably marching the country towards bankruptcy and ruin.
That was only the beginning of an article spelling out the reasons John Hawkins was making his case for letting California exit.
Could it be America’s our own best interests to let them walk?
They would stop being the center of our universe. They would be cut off from calling the shots for the rest of America. Their tedious big-government experiments for the slow takeover of flyover country with their own agenda would come to an end.
There are some caveats, some fine details to be worked out, for sure. But it may be time to tell them to get the hell out. Then their policies can make them implode.