Mike Lorrey wrote:
> Samantha Atkins wrote:
> > This is nearly a declaration of war. Any one got any suggested
> > new homes for ex-US citizens? If this passes there will be
> > little reason to be here.
> I think that the best option is secession of some small population US
> state. Look at the Free State Project (http://www.freestateproject.org),
> which seeks to get 20,000 libertarian minded people to move to one state
> to tip its political balance toward libertarian policies if not outright
> secession. Current top candidates are New Hampshire and Alaska, among
> others like Wyoming, etc. Note that the secessionist party in Alaska
> allegedly got 25% of the vote in the last election, and New Hampshire
> has elected more libertarian state legistlators (25) in the last ten
> years than any other.
Hahahahaha hehehehe! We can barely get 20,000 people to attend
a protest rally on these subjects and you want to get them to
lay their lives, fortunes and citizenship on the line to
actually seceed from the US? It is a fun dream but I think it
is really dreamland right now. Assuming you can find these find
Libertarian brave souls, do you think they will have the means
or the will to develop a strong enough Defense to survive? Or
are we talking major technology breakthrough that throws a
forcefield around the entire state?
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