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People will continue to flee HIGH TAX states, and states bad for business. NJ, NY, MA, CA, IL, MI are typical liberal states. Productive people (people that work) will continue to FLEE these states so they can keep more of their paychecks, rather than support the parasitic democrats. People have no interest in PAYING to keep democrats on the government plantation.
Texas should EXPORT all their democrats. Show them how much more they can collect in NYC, Obamaville, LA, etc. Give them a one way bus ticket. And send all of Obama's dreamers (illegal aliens) there too. Pack them up and let the liberals support them. America does not need more illiterate, poor, lazy people to support (even if they vote democrat).
Working people and business is welcome in Texas, but we don't want anymore lazy democrats.
Michigan may seem to be rebounding, but sadly it is not. The auto sector lost much of it's engineering talent, and who wants to come back to that miserable grind. The roads are destroying folks vehicles, and no one in the MI government did anything about despite surplus revenue.
What a crying shame Michigan.
Looks like most of the fast states are from recent booms... Where were they five years ago and where will they be five years from now????
ACTUALLY....the economy SHRANK 3% last quarter....
the libtards try to blame it on the cold winter....duh. Winter is cold by definition, plus...and think about this. It wasn't the first cold winter.....LOL.
Obozo tries to blame some of it on Obozocare. He really said that. Question Mr President. The economy is gauged by how many dollars change hands...the GDP, right? Sooooo....you also said that MORE people have insurance now than ever before...correct? Sooooooo....MORE dollars should have changed hands. WHICH is it then...MORE people which is MORE dollars in the economy....or LESS people covered which is LESS dollars in the economy? Please President Obozo...tell us how both can be...lie to us like you always do. Libtards, get your bibs on so you can lap this up.....
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