Over One Dozen Oregon Counties Preparing To Secede To Idaho

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One of my favorite states in this great nation of ours is Idaho.

When I was in my teens, I had the chance to spend about two months visiting relatives near Boise and it is probably the most beautiful place I have ever been to.

Being able to wake up in the morning and look at the mountains is never a bad way to start a day. The people in Idaho are good, hardworking people who will help a stranger at the drop of a hat but don’t want anyone messing with them.

They just want to live their lives without interference. A lot of folks in their neighbor Oregon are the same way. We would drive to Oregon to spend some with some friends every weekend while I was there and there is a significant part of the eastern part of Oregon that is basically “Idaho West”. Pretty much the same culture and the same attitude.

The problem with Oregon is that the two biggest cities of Portland and Eugene are liberal cesspools. To put it simply, these two cities control the general way the state moves in terms of governmental policy.

The issue at hand is that the vast majority of the cities in the state of Oregon don’t abide the liberal policies that make living in the state a great big pain in the butt for anyone of a conservative persuasion.

And as everyone in this country knows, if you have a problem with the way things are going in the government…you make a change.

Sick and tired of not being properly represented by the state of Oregon as a whole, thirteen counties in Oregon have voted to begin talked to secede from the state and become part of the state of Idaho.

The plan itself called to move the Idaho/Oregon border about two hundred miles to the west. This is something that many political pundits say will allow these fourteen or so counties to be more in tune with the conservative policies of Idaho; which unlike the liberal bastion of Oregon is decidedly right leaning in its policies.

I personally wish them the best of luck and hope they succeed because what they are planning to do is something we all do in other aspects of our lives. If we don’t like a situation, we endeavor to change it.

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