USA: Time for two nations?

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We are at a tipping point in this country.

Abraham Lincoln said that “a nation divided against itself cannot stand.”

When Britain, as a colonial power, pulled out of the Indian subcontinent in 1947, Muslims and Hindus refused to live together in peace; 50 million people moved.

Now, in America, particularly the Left Coast and the upper Midwest and the New England and middle Atlantic states, only liberals have First Amendment rights. Left wing loons, in alliance with inner-city unemployables, could have their own socialist country. Here in the former USA, middle America, from the Cascades and Sierras to Appalachia, could have our country back, with values based on our Constitution.

Millions of Americans might move, but so what? Freedom-loving Americans would still have a country free of vermin-like Schumer, Pelosi, Waters, Warren, Obama, Brown, Clinton, Franklin, etc.

BOB RIDOUT

Coeur d’Alene

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