Sub title: Be careful What You Wish For.
I see a recent opinion poll in California has 53% in favour of the state seceding.
President Trump might do well to assist these people by 'reaching across the divide' to help them on their way. He should ask his mates in Congress to introduce fast track legislation removing California from the Union, citing the wishes of a majority of Californians.. Of course, this would mean residents of Califor-whatever would need visas to enter the US; no more federal funding for the state; hefty tariffs on manufactured goods sold into the US etc etc.
Such a move would be enormously helpful to the United States and give a boost to the Republican Party. Just think about it.
1 All those puffed up self styled 'celebrities' shilling for Clinton would no longer be US citizens. They said they'd bugger off if Trump won and then they reneged. This will give them back a little credibility.
2 The Republican majority in the hoouse will increase by 24 and in the Senate by 2.
3 Best of all, Crooked Hillary's popular majority in the election came
almost entirely from California so the Democrats remaining in the US
could be guaranteed twenty years in the political wilderness.
Adolf remembers well the strong secessionist movement in Western Australia during the 1970s. It had it's genesis in widespread resentment among Western Australians over the fact that their 10% of the country's population generated 50% of the country's tax income, only to see it doled out in Sydney and Melbourne where there were more votes to be bought.
On the downside?
Why, President Trump would have to build a wall along the Arizona border to keep Meryl Streep and Woopi Goldberg out.
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