You did everything but mention the ultimate rule everything has to conform to here, the Constitution.<quoted text>
I do, certainly. But, frankly, leaving anything to the decision making abilities of Mississippi or Alabama or Kansas seems a fool's errand at best. there are simply some folks who are incapable of taking care of themselves, I'm sure you would agree. Plus, there's that whole Civil War thingy you lost. Must we revisit your humiliation daily?
You have no qualifications to determine anyone else's decision making abilities. You expose yourself as indoctrinated with Marxist communist ideology.
If the condition of the country is anything to go by, the decision making capabilities of people from California, Illinois, Massachussettes,(any state that elects a Democrat to the Senate) that produce a government that has to borrow a trillion dollars just for its day-to-day existence every year, and is so ignorant it doesn't know the certain bailout of the insurance companies participating in ObamaKare will be the biggest expenditure in the history of the United States, and can't answer the question of where the money will come from to pay for Obama's government, is a lot worse than those states you reference.
There's that Constitution thingy you have to get rid of to do what you want. Must we revisit your treasonous rebellion daily?
I'm wondering how difficult it would be to get a bunch of volunteers from, oh, say, Georgia to go bring all those Democrat states rebelling against the constitutional republic back into the union.
Do you think it would be difficult to get a lot of volunteers from Georgia for that?... General Cornpone's march to Lake Michigan comes to mind.