I had a good laugh reading this one.
It seems like we all perceive the same problem.
“Why do I bring all of this up? Because given what I’m about to say I want to make it clear that I’m not trying to rehash the Civil War. On the contrary. My ancestors came to New England in the 1630s. They fought for the Union, and I’m proud of their service. I’m not a “neo-Confederate” by any stretch. And neither are the 47 percent of Americans who agree with me.
Yes, 47 percent. According to a University of Virginia poll published this September, 41 percent of Biden voters and 52 percent of Trump voters say “it’s time to split the country, favoring blue/red states seceding from the Union.” No poll has caused the pundit class so much anxiety since the denizens of NoVa voted to rename their football team the Washington Palefaces. Yet it’s a perfectly sensible solution to a problem that’s been dragging on far too long now. By the time North and South got to fighting, the civil war in New England had already been raging for 200 years.
I’m a citizen of New Hampshire. Ask me if I want to break with Texas or South Carolina and my answer is no. Long live the Union, etc. But ask me if I want to secede from Massachusetts and you can call me Johnny Reb. …
And here we come to our second point. There’s too much freedom of movement within the United States. As we speak, thousands of Boston commuters are moving to New Hampshire, not because they love the Granite State but because they can’t afford the Bay State. The North Shore of Massachusetts is too expensive, and the suburbs are too dangerous. They come here, where property is a bit cheaper and taxes are much lower (especially for renters). …
These days, Massachusetts isn’t just browbeating New Hampshire. It’s colonizing us. …”
In an ideal world, there would be a massive earthquake which would split off the Acela Corridor and the Left Coast from the continental United States and the lunatics who live there would become independent nations. No one in the South is raging against, say, Nebraska or Wyoming these days. It is Libtardia on the East Coast and Shitlibistan on the West Coast who cause all of our problems.
If we can’t get there though, we are going to have to try to incite all the normal people in the country against the Elizabeth Warren crowd. We need a cultural and political containment policy.