only one noticing this.
But yes, over and over in history, when a group of people get divided enough, they can no longer live together and they separate. And it is just this phenomenon that Federalism was meant to remedy. But I’m sounding like a broken record…
But there already is a separation taking place. People are fleeing places like California, Oregon, Chicago, and New York and are moving to “free” states such as Florida and Texas.
The trickle has become a big ditch, and the strategy of a RINO-esque straddle is just no longer logically or morally defensible. And soon (if not already) the gap will be too big to straddle at all.
… none of this is going to work out for the Democrats the way they think it will. Their rabid partisan hatred has made them myopic. They can’t see that their blood lust for Trump is going to haunt them long after he is out of the picture.
But it WILL alienate normal people, and thus increase the divide even more.
And it’s NOT a “National Divorce.” It’s far more organic than such a formal division. It is a “normal” drifting apart, and the first stages were not at all so vulgar and obvious, nor so so obvious as a “National Divorce.” It is only further down the line that the chasm becomes to large to ignore.
But at first it is a rather natural, “Gee, I never see that person anymore…” Yes, that person is no longer in their orbit.