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Red states under attack.

11 Responses to “Invasion”

  1. wizardpc Says:

    Great. They move here, then vote for the same type of people they voted for before.

    We’re doomed.

  2. Sebastiantheguywithnoblog Says:

    Hey, they’re just chasing their tax dollars south, since that’s where they all seem to be going :).

    Actually I’d say it’s about self defense, crime, and gun rights as much as anything–you’ll notice IL, MD, NY, etc are the states bleeding out, and they’re also the places where the law gives the criminals the upper hand.

  3. Sean OH Says:

    Oddly enough they are also the states that manufactured a number of my firearms, strange….

  4. Guav Says:

    The OP says “It’s called tax flight.” He’s just making that up—how would he ascertain that without polling people about WHY they’re moving? It could just as easily be called “Cold flight,” as it’s largely a movement from northern states to southern states.

  5. SayUncle Says:

    Could be lots of things, nanny-state flight, unfriendly business environment flight, they took our jobs flight.

  6. ATLien Says:

    i notice that a lot of a certain demographic that comes here is from maryland. then they start turning parts of atlanta into baltimore.

  7. TheOtherLarry Says:

    We have had so many Kalifornia Hippies invade our state, and are now transforming Washington into Kali-North. We’re moving back down South to get away from the high-tax, nanny-state, you’re-living-wrong libtards. Gotta get these idiots outta my pocket!

  8. Guav Says:

    We’ve been considering moving from the NYC metro area to Texas because the cost of living and housing is so much cheaper—taxes never even crossed our mind, actually.

  9. Pol Mordreth Says:

    Taxes (and what business taxes do to consumer prices) are a large driver of cost of living and housing. Difference in land value is scarcity related, but a vast majority of the difference in the construction cost of a building is directly driven by taxes.


  10. SayUncle Says:

    Guav, our friends in Houston have a comparable house to ours. But we were talking about property taxes. They paid like 8 times what we paid in property taxes. I was amazed.

  11. Sebastiantheguywithnoblog Says:

    Housing in NYC is expensive because of demand. Lowering property taxes a few points isn’t going to change the fact that 8mil people want to live on an island.

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