Some people were suggesting that conservatives move to red states. I think that could help, we are about to lose Texas and that’s a lot of EV’s. California would be nice to have but it is too far gone. Maybe if they collapse there is a chance to take it back?
I don’t know but that’s the only chance that I see. Pick the big EV states and take them over...consolidate. Take the schools back, network homeschooling and get very involved with local politics. That’s all I can think of. But we really are at the end. It’s not hype.
It's a mid-term idea, but it is a holding action only, and it requires people have jobs to move to.
IMO we need Texas or it’s game over. The takeover state is Florida. One might think of Florida as the Italy of a thousand years ago.
IMO, Texas is Park Place and Florida is Boardwalk because there’s so much coastline and international tourism, even without the rat in Orlando.
On this game board there are properties in between we already own: N’orlans, Miss, Alabama.
Those five states are geographically capable of housing and employing every one of roundly 100 million conservatives in the US, and we could let in millions more (vetted) conservatives every year, of all income and skill levels, from every corner of the earth.
Property values would rise steadily, making it difficult for poor and middle income people to make it except the cure for that will be prosperity, charity, and property taxes inside of 1% of value.
If there’s no minimum wage the rich business owners who pay seven bucks an hour can be shamed. There’s many a dirtbag on “our side” paying as little as possible because they want their employees showing up early in kneepads begging for a 5 cent per hour raise. They will literally rape their employees if they can get away with it. Of course these people aren’t really on “our side.” They’re RINOs. I even knew a “Republican” like that who put a sign up in front of his megagun store for a Democrat who was “pro-Second Amendment.” Then when he was doublecrossed he felt like a victim and vowed to never put up another sign for that candidate ever again.
(He had plenty of employees to take it out on.)
Contiguous states to the north and next past them are almost all “Republican” states.
A state like Indiana, where I moved when I worked at Tony Rezko’s bank, represent the new frontier. It might become dangerous and scary to live there (a police state as it is) because it’s landlocked on three sides but if it holds, we keep it. If it goes, it goes. We don’t need it. I have a vested interest in Indiana holding and still I say that.
It would be nice to have a port on the Pacific. It’s probably not going to happen. We give up New Mexico, Arizona, and the entire West Coast.
This is off the top of my head—the board might play out quite differently except I’m about sure that all five Gulf Coast states are fully necessary.
[Some people were suggesting that conservatives move to red states...]
The trend we are seeing is liberals are migrating to red states to escape the crushing laws enacted by the politicians they elected.
It happened here in SC and is still happening, it’s how we got the likes of Leslie Graham. However, there may be a ray of optimism in this trend.
Things will become worse in the coming years and these liberals will realize, there is no state left to run to anymore because they have corrupted them all.
It’s then and only then that they will being saying to themselves...’what have we done’?