The State of Colorado should secede from a United States "led" by a President
who did not win the popular vote and who has, in disturbing psychological
leakage, expressed praise for dead and living dictators around the world.
Allow me to remind Colorado voters that our President-Elect has:
Consciously quoted the Italian Fascist dictator Benito Mussolini.
Praised Saddam Hussein for killing terrorists ("They didn't read them the rights").
Praised Vladimir Putin for being "very much of a leader" before citing Putin's
approval ratings among Russians not free to express their true opinions to pollsters,
then dismissing the possibility that Russia could have been responsible for
cyberhacks on the DNC and other institutions in the US.
In light of these past remarks and inevitable future catastrophes instigated by the
new "American" President, it is incumbent upon the State of Colorado to begin to
prepare to secede from the United States, should the States of New Mexico and
California agree to do the same and also agree to form a new Union with the Mexican
states of Baja California, Baja California Sur, Chihuahua, Durango, Sinaloa and Sonora
(whether those Mexican states like it or not) in order for Colorado to obtain unfettered
access to vital seaports (Topolobampo in Sinaloa is the second largest natural deepwater
port in the world) and enough territory to defend those seaports.
As an alternative to secession, Colorado could propose a new US Constitutional Convention
with the abolition of the Electoral College and the US Senate on the agenda along with
a term-limited, anti-gerrymandered US House, a one-term Presidency, a Balanced Budget
Amendment and other proposals praised by the People. As a symbol of this New Era, D.C.
should finally be granted statehood and the national capital should be moved to a more
secure location here in Colorado, near DIA and with limited territorial concessions to
a new Federal District solely for Federal property and not an entire region like D.C.