I am not well versed in law, politics, or civics, so I would love to have a dialog about this because my comments may sound naïve. I have heard other examples of relegating decisions to the states in the case of the Amtrak subsidy Bush wanted to cut out of the budget. The states would have to pick up the slack. Well what if they decided not to then let Amtrak use their tracks because they don’t want to cough up the cash? Or do Amtrak trains not offer stops in states that don't want part of the deal? The issue of gay marriage is being debated from state to state in an effort to not have such unions recognized.
So what happens if and or when this type of federalism gets to the point where “red states” truly become red states? Anyone who wants to own a machine gun, and hates gays and taxes can go move to ____ (insert red/conservative state of your choosing) while gay and lesbians,
Anyway that’s all. LOL as if that isn’t enough.