On 5/28/2012 11:15 PM, email@example.com wrote:
Heck, here in Alabamastan we finally got the Democrats out of control of
state government after more than 100 years. Heck, politicians are
politicians and I don't trust any of them. We have tornadoes that tear
the place up on a regular basis but no regular earthquakes. I actually
experienced a quake back in the 70's in Tuscaloosa, Alabama when the
toilet in my apartment started rocking which made me think the pizza I'd
eaten the previous evening was fighting it's way out. It turns out
it was an earthquake, a mild one but an earthquake nevertheless. There
is an actual fault line a few miles from me here in Birmingham and there
was a 5.1 magnitude quake there back in 1916, a lot of chimneys were
lost according historical records. The last earthquake was a 1.8
in the North West corner of the state March 9th. Folks there probably
thought a big truck drove passed their homes. ^_^
A big reason to leave is taxes.
"A total of 48,877 people moved to Texas from California between 2009 and
2010 alone, totaling $1.2 billion in income. Another 28,088 from California
relocated to Nevada and 30,663 to Arizona, a loss of $699.1 million and
$707.8 million in income respectively."
This exodus was second only to New York (NY to Florida).
When are the Commiecrats gonna get it through their thick skulls that
people vote with their feet? The same thing happens in commerce, if you
don't treat customers right, they go someplace else. o_O
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