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the only bad thing is they have to move somewhere

States that lost the most residents.

15 Responses to “the only bad thing is they have to move somewhere”

  1. Bobby Says:

    Ha, #2!

    I’ll be one soon enough, but Im leaving for a state that thinks like me, not to tyr to force my thinking on the state, so I’d like to think I am not part of the problem…

  2. Number9 Says:

    And they will come here. First thing they will say is, “It is so beautiful, and the people are so friendly. But they are a little ignorant so we will have to help them”.

    And help us they will. And they will try their best to turn East Tennessee into Cleveland, Berkley, or whatever Hell they just fled from. Their first goal will be to raise taxes as much as possible and put the money into education. Because that is what they are programed to do. Then new laws and restrictions to help us save ourselves from ourselves.

    Locusts are easier to deal with. And more reasonable.

  3. Shootin' Buddy Says:

    One would think the pollen in Knoxville would keep them out?

    Detroit is a glimpse of Future America.

    *shudder*

  4. Dan Says:

    I think I see the same thing from Nashville.

  5. Jay Says:

    At least yall don’t have to deal with Austin(,TX). It’s already a hot bed of wackos, and it’s only getting worse.

  6. Paul Says:

    Wacko’s? Well at least they are not Waco’s.

    I hope the ones leaving the states are the smart ones, but I doubt it.

    I’m thinking ND, SD or WY.

  7. workinwifdakids Says:

    I’m thinking good riddance. We have the collectivist bastards on the run in California, and we’ve lost over a million illegals in this state since the recession hit. Good thing, too, since it’s the so-called conservative states’ reps who refuse to demand the enforcement of immigration law, and then also refuse to allocate money to reimburse CA for money spent jailing the illegals that the feds won’t stop.

    Now, is CA a socialist paradise? Sadly, still yes, but like I said – we spray here, you smash there, and soon the communist bugs will be gone.

  8. B Smith Says:

    Number9: Yeah, I used to live in Western NC. Lots of retirees from FL. Ugh.

  9. skylark Says:

    One of the best/funniest arguments I’ve read on the internet in the past 10 years involved a dispute between neighbors in a state like Idaho and a newly transplanted “liberal.” It seems the liberal wanted to get a road paved and the others were upset about that “liberal” idea. They didn’t want to spend money on paving the road. The transplant didn’t want the unpaved road to tear up his car.

    Are paved roads really liberal ideas?

  10. Chas Says:

    “Are paved roads really liberal ideas?”

    They are, when no one else want to pave that particular road, but a liberal starts pressuring the government to do it anyway.

  11. BillH Says:

    Dumb ideas are dumb ideas no matter who thought them up… in Idaho, the folks who are Idahoans put a blade attachment on their 4×4 and grade the dirt road themselves. The transplants want the government to do it. The liberals want to set aside a percentage of the project cost for a public art piece. One of the local small towns just went through the “local improvement district” game, forcing all the owners to pony up for a sewer project. Now, none of them can sell their properties for anywhere near what market value is… go figure.

  12. Azul Says:

    I’m jealous. I’m still stuck in #4 for awhile.

  13. Number9 Says:

    At least yall donít have to deal with Austin(,TX). Itís already a hot bed of wackos, and itís only getting worse.

    It is simple. Someone has to assimilate to the others culture. We were here first and for a long damn time. The new folks can change. Because change it good. The President says so.

  14. DirtCrashr Says:

    The thing is, from what I can tell, the ones leaving California are the GOOD ones, folks we might want to stay and help fix things – but they can’t afford to. Meanwhile the rich and entrenched trust-fund Communist millionaires (like Pelosi, Feinstein & Boxer) with houses on the Peninsula and in the Hollywood Hills won’t go the f* away…

  15. Xrlq Says:

    Whether their leaving is good or bad depends on who “they” are, and why they’re leaving. If the good guys are leaving the states that are lost causes, they’ll improve the landscape in the state they move to and effectively “vote” for the state they left to have one less Congressional district and one less electoral vote. It’s a win-win.

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