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The United States Of Polarization (November 1, 2021)

Posted in Blue States / Red States, Civil War on November 1, 2021 by e-commentary.org

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K          “If one side pronounces tomato as ‘tomato’, the other side pronounces it as ‘tomato’.”

J          “If one side pronounces vase as ‘vase’, the other side pronounces it as ‘vase’.”

K          “In the United States Of Polarization, everything is polarized.”

J          “Put the tomatoes in the vase.”

. . .

K          “Eastern Washington and Eastern Oregon will not stay with the Cascadia and will instead go with the New Confederacy.”

J          “Georgia was an exception in the most recent election and will stay with the New Confederacy.”

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J          “Now is time to rent the experiment in twain.”

K          “Appomattox may preclude a unilateral departure, but a mutual agreement is not precluded.”

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J          “There are a few original copies of the Constitution.  Each new country gets an original version.”

K          “The First, Second, Third, and Fourth Circuits go with New New England.  The Seventh Circuit goes with the Greater Uplands.  The Ninth Circuit less Eastern Oregon, Eastern Washington, Idaho and Montana goes with Cascadia.  The Fifth, Sixth, Eighth and Eleventh Circuits go with the New Confederacy.  The Tenth Circuit may need to be divided and include Eastern Oregon, Eastern Washington, Idaho and Montana with a few states being transferred to the Ninth.”

J          “Michigan may need to decide if it wants to stay in the Sixth Circuit or go with the Greater Uplands.  These divisions can be sorted out in due course.”

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[See the discussion at America’s Grim Future” in “andrewmtanner.medium.com” dated October 20, 2021 by Andrew Tanner and “Three Reasons to Start Taking Secession Seriously” in “Mises Wire” dated October 28, 2021 by Ryan McMaken.]

[See the e-commentary at “Civil War II.  Coming To A Country And City Near You (November 26, 2018)” and “The Great National Dissolution: Resolving The Great Civil War (April 18, 2011)”.]

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