is a great idea. Yeah.
this is the way things are going.
When I recently told a physician friend that I would again see patients but would not accept insurance, he said that this was the case with most people in my specialty. He was far from surprised.
With things as they are, there are many of us looking to escape the insurance crap. It will only snowball.
The real issue is that no one would care if taxes were low. While I fully understand that theft with threat of violence for non-compliance is an unavoidable part of life (and in some ways can be justified), I think that most of us get upset about the scale of things. 5% is a necessary pain. 50% is just unconscionable.
you are a supporter of nuclear energy. These stupid things just don’t work, and people are starting to wisen up. Finally.
I have a hard time seeing how this would be a bad thing. What are the arguments against it? Other than hide-bound adherence to tradition, is there a reason to not split up the state? It is just too big to be governed well. The way it is, there are too many disparate ideas. There will always be a large portion of people who are disenfranchised. It is just foolish to think that those who live in San Francisco and those who live in San Diego will have the same ideas.