I think we should just cut a few under-performing states. Is it a right to be a part of the United States or a privilege? I mean, really, is it fair to the other states that some don't pull their weight but get more tax dollars per citizen?
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I mean honestly I agree. Feel like adding states is more politically feasible though.And once there's a more equitable split of senators we won't have to pander to the Midwest as much
And once there's a more equitable split of senators we won't have to pander to the Midwest as much
Hey we Michiganders are reasonable people.
Ok maybe just West?Whatever North Dakota is. Their 800k population is sure worth a lot more than Cali's 40,000k
Whatever North Dakota is. Their 800k population is sure worth a lot more than Cali's 40,000k