Counties in rural Oregon have voted to break away and become a part of Idaho.
This plan will not work. But it shows how much non-urban people hate these urbanite policies.
Thousands of people in eastern Oregon voted Tuesday for their elected officials to consider ditching their state and becoming part of Idaho.
Voters in Sherman, Lake, Grant, Baker and Malheur counties all voted for ballot measures that would lead to them becoming Idahoans. People in Union and Jefferson counties had already voted in favor during the November election.
The vote is only the first step of the “Greater Idaho” project, which would allow some Oregon counties to join a state that advocates say more closely aligns with their political preferences.
I support the Greater Idaho project.
I would like my state of Ohio to become a part of Idaho.
Anything would be better than living under the reign of the Masked Governor.
No one has been able thus far to confirm the identity of the Masked Governor, but we did confirm that he turned his vaxx scheme into a game show with cash sweepstakes.
These cultural differences between rural and urban are getting bigger, not smaller.
We need to start thinking about what kind of future we want, instead of just reacting to the loony behaviors of the urbanists.