When someone constantly asks for a divorce, says the union is a fraud, asks for war, and stockpiles assault rifles, you gotta let them go.
It’s the honest next move—and a merciful one—by Flight 93 Republicans. Michael Anton, The Claremont Institute, etc.
Sure, sometimes one party in a divorce has a better shot at independence than the other. Texas might get some capital in the arrangement, earmarked for people who want to leave. But Texas is also not ENTIRELY dependent on the federal government:
And it’s done an almost okay job getting off the US power grid.
Let Texas go. Without a war. Texit 2022.