Demand Intensifies – Will CA Citizens Choose Divorce?

Posted by Tina

The effort to divide California into six states died for want of support so, according to an article in The American Thinker, it’s author, Tim Draper, hired a few experts and came up with an alternate 3 state plan, Cal 3. This plan supposedly would divide California along geographic, cultural, and political lines. The only politics involved however are Democrat politics since it would further nullify the votes of the unrepresented in California and secure and solidify at least two more Senators for the Democrats, possibly four! Should Democrats win big in November, a Democrat controlled Congress would love the idea and push for ratification.

There’s no question that a great many counties in California are not represented in the current state legislature. (The very reason the nation’s electoral college was created.) We in the North State are being governed by a single party whose politics and policies are detrimental to our survival and our values. Those of us who think of the North State as separate from the Bay Area over politic and policy will stick with the Jefferson map, thank you very much.

I want the divorce but I would not support this highly partisan 3 state plan.

Your thoughts?

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8 Responses to Demand Intensifies – Will CA Citizens Choose Divorce?

  1. Pie Guevara says:

    As long as Northern California includes Sacramento and San Francisco, screw it. We’ll be stuck with the disease.

  2. Peggy says:

    Thanks, but not thanks. This doesn’t resolve any problems and like you said only benefits Dems by giving them four more senators in congress.

    I’m sure Draper knew this when he drew the lines and didn’t intend to solve the representation problem. Dems don’t think about equal representation, just power and control. The end justifies the means, always. Being fair and doing the honorable thing is not in their DNA.

  3. J. Soden says:

    3 states is too many. 2 might be better – with the border between the two right along the San Andreas Fault . . . . That would put LA and SF together for when the Big One comes . . . .

    • Post Scripts says:

      In concept I like the idea of splitting the state to reflect the conservative values found in the north and let the south go bankrupt. From the volumes of data that I’ve read NorCal is very capable of supporting itself without SoCal and its waste, fraud and lavish spending. However, this is hard sell to most people who don’t understand the economics and the fairly simple tweaks necessary to make it fly.

  4. Tina says:

    California is experiencing a rolling red quake over immigration, border, regulation, taxation and other issues. Why can illegals go to college in state run institutions more cheaply that kids born and raised here, for instance? The Democrats in charge of this state may have sealed their fate with policies that burden and restrict citizens and businesses alike. Could be the Dems just aren’t all that popular anymore…we’ll see.

  5. J. Soden says:

    Related – Friday noonish

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