No. Let's trade out Leftists who hate our country with Hong Kong protesters and others who understand what it means to live under totalitarian regimes. Both get what they say they want. Protesters of totalitarianism get freedom and our Leftist get the government control they seem to crave. It's a win-win
Yeah and we've done such a great job of stopping abortion from continuing
Maybe this court case could change things, but splitting would actually let us stop it in half the country, as opposed to letting it continue in the whole country
I feel like it already has, which is sad. If you mean secede yea, I'm game. The left can have their communist, socialist every ist nation free of every offensive statue, religion and history fact that offends them and their gazillion pronouns and the conservatives can keep their roots and traditions.
Split into what? If you mean Dems and Reps, it already has. It would be hard to get everyone to move to one side of the country or another. It would be easier though to say one could keep the west coast and New England, while the other keeps the south and Midwest. Though if California alone wanted to secede from the nation, I wouldn't stop them...
Yes, but at this point, any further division could push us closer to a real civil war. Which would make it easier for other nations to attack. Or the UN to step in and take over. We are at a very delicate period of time...
Yes, let the two political factions carve up the USA and then people can decide if they stay where they are or go somewhere else. I have been thinking this is the best course of action for several years now. Good question!
That is debatable. I've already had this debate in my head numerous times. Unfortunately, I believe WI would go to the liberal idiots, so I'd have to move to Texas or some shit like that. Perhaps we would have to split it down the middle and then coin toss for Hawaii/Alaska. Or, we could coin toss for every single state. Fragmented nations would most likely be a problem, but it could work like that too.
yeah, the Midwest could be complicated. I'm from Michigan, so I have my biases. It's not so clear cut. It's generally rural enough though that I'd say it should go to the conservative side, the only issues are a few big cities.
I think the Rockies are a pretty good dividing line in the west, and the east I think that definitely New York/New Jersey and everything north would go to the libs, and probably Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Delaware going as well.
Alaska I'd definitely say goes to the conservative side. Hawaii is a little more complicated because it's useful as a military base in the Pacific, and it probably isn't the best idea for the conservative side to have Alaska being our only presence on the Pacific.