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Jun 10, 2015
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People don't move to Texas necessarily because of the Texas laws. Many relocate to Texas because companies they work for relocate to Texas because of things like taxes that drove them away from places like California. Unfortunately, those people relocate for that purpose also bring their politics. That's why the bigger cities, in Texas, where these companies relocate to are so infected with anti-Texas beliefs.


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You ever read some of the crazy shit lefites post on Reddit and their "blogs" - plus in the mainstream? They have been calling for decades for lefties from Cali, Illinois, New York, etc to move to less populated, more conservative areas in order to flip them and gain control. The lefties want all of Texas' reps, they want Texas' senate seats (bad enough with Cornhole, but at least he can be bullied or shamed into voting like a Republican from time to time)

My ultra lib photog Professor former sis-in-law, who was married to my Bernie Bro brother, recently moved from Santa Ynez CA to somewhere in TX, I'll bet Austin, to follow her liberal gene tech son.

I'm so sorry!

The left coasties love Idaho because Idaho had cheaper properties, lower taxes, more freedom - but Idaho has fewer people total population than Harris County last I checked. It'll flip blue a lot faster than Texas, because of the sheer numbers needed to flip Texas. But be sure, Texas, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, Montana, Wyoming - all are targets for lefties to colonize.

Montana is already blue, Georgia is hard at it, and Boise was lost years ago. The mayor is an uber lib socialist anti-American, anti-white, queen bitch. Sandpoint is lost. McCall is a tourist trap, so yah. Twin Falls is following suit, and so is Couer d'Alene. It's only a matter of time before the only conservative places in ID are Ruby Ridge and the like. My stepdaughter just fled Nampa, near Boise, to live in a town of 150 near the Snake River. She's not even retired yet but can work from home.
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