That isn’t civil war so much a dissolution of the union, which doesn’t have to be violent.
I cannot imagine a state in which half the counties seceded and the other half remain. You wouldn’t really have a state, would you?
posted on 03/06/2019 3:31:38 PM PST
(Don't mind me. I'm just a contrarian.)
California, New York, and Washington all have counties that would walk away from their Metro counties tomorrow.
They’re like a boil on the state.
That isnt civil war so much a dissolution of the union, which doesnt have to be violent.
That's kinda like the civil war began. Declaration of secession, or a break up.
I cannot imagine a state in which half the counties seceded and the other half remain. You wouldnt really have a state, would you?
I can't either, but, each state is composed of many counties, and each county and city/town have their own separate governments, which don't all coincide in party lines or politics. Should counties within a state have to suffer the consequences of being trapped under ideologies which don't match?
In fact, that would be the better formula for the electoral college, where counties determine the presidency instead of the electoral college.
posted on 03/06/2019 6:32:54 PM PST
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