Comment: Perhaps we just aleviate the central tyranny...

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Perhaps we just aleviate the central tyranny...

...and try something new. Why do geographic areas need to be united with some type of governing body. Why can't people just be free? We live in a 'globalized world' now right? We do not rely on our neighbors necessarily for anything anymore. So why do we have to 'belong' to any of it? If we go to a place to do business why not simply sign a contract with them? We can pay gas tax to continue to maintain our transportation infrastructure. We pay our utility bills to maintain that infrastructure. We can pay for the education of our children independently. Can't we just forgo the institutionalized 'government'? If a person wants that type of service (collective murder of different colors and cultures that will very soon come back to haunt them, 24-7 surveillance apparatus, robbing the working poor to feed the super rich and enslave the super poor) than by all means one can participate voluntarily in that kind of system. But a consensus would be really good just 'not' to have.

By the way, where is the bright yellow area going to get there water? Colorado should be the only independent state in your map. They grow everything and have more water than they know what to do with, without the bright yellow area taking it, that is.