Keith: No, (hmm…) you clearly don’t understand what is meant by virtually impossible. It means that the situation while possible is so impractical that success is very unlikely. The interconnected nature of our states is a key element of that impracticality that didn’t exist in the last secession. I pointed this out to further weaken your historical perspective comment.
Yes, we are the most itinerate society in the world. Since you think that the “if you don’t like it, you can leave” answer is so acceptable, I suggest you try it and get back to the rest of us on how that works out for you.
Isn’t it nice the way it’s wrong when someone does it to you but fine when you suggest doing the same to others? That hypocrisy is really convenient