The Project is the only hope for rolling back years of liberalism. Unfortunately it is not possible for the country as a whole. We should be grateful there is still a chance in a couple of states.
Do you think that if enough states could roll back liberalism within their own borders we could give secession another shot? ;-)
Personally I don't think it is possible to roll it back in most places. In the couple of states on the list of candidates for the FSP it is possible because it does not have an established stranglehold yet. For everywhere else there is no reform possible, only a collapse. California is an interesting test case. Will it begin to reform now that business if fleeing, the middle class is hard pressed and the budget is 38 billion in the red? or will it have to totally collapse before liberalism can be seen for unworkable aberration of nature it really is? Any bets?
As for the secession bit, well there are two futures for the country. One is the nation is incorporated into a North American Union with Canada and Mexico and eventually into a hemisphere long block of the United Americas or it will become so balkanized that it dissolves into regional ethnic enclaves who then secede. Both options are possible. Total reform and preservation of the nation in the tradition of the founding fathers - a long shot with chances next to nil. One or two states holding out is the best we can hope for.
I think if enough of the rot is stopped and reversed, secession may well not even be necessary.
Do you figure the liberals counted on this to occur: