...Well, where does that phrase come from? Gouverneur Morris who penned that phrase didn't invent it. He’s borrowing it from the union of Scotland and England. And in that phrase, he’s actually trying to signal to folks, "Listen, once we the people agree to this union, it’s going to be just like the union of Scotland and England," which is an indivisible union. Once you’re in, you’re in. We have to be indivisible in order to achieve fundamental purposes of national security; of secure borders; of defense. If the system were divisible—if at any time South Carolina could break off, for example, well they would never agree to fortify South Carolina against external enemies if South Carolinians, at any time, could turn those guns around.