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  • libsrwimpy3 libsrwimpy3 Jan 11, 2013 10:36 AM Flag

    Sane People fleeing Blue States

    The St. Louis based moving company United Van Lines is reporting that Illinois leads the nation alongside New Jersey with the nations highest move out rates.

    United Van Lines spokeswoman, Melissa Sullivan told CBS affiliate KMOX in St. Louis, 60.5% of their business comes from individuals and businesses leaving Illinois. She also said, “Illinois has seen more outbound movement every year since” they have been keeping track, beginning in 1977.

    Perhaps Illinoisans are finally fed up with the rampant corruption and abuse of those who hold the power in their state. On Wednesday, the state general assembly swore in three legislators currently facing criminal charges.

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    • How can you stay if you are a business, or a middle class American that is being driven into BK? You are not the govt. You can't just run the printing press,, and make more dollars. And that is where the standard of living will be drawn. Those living in blue states will eat dirt. Those living in Red States will have a good standard of living.

    • are all you baggers living in cloud cookoo land?? United Van Lines is in the geographic demographic business?? In the first place the Blue states are growing faster than the Red states and its very doubtful sane people want to return to the red state wastland that exists in places like the deep south. The red states are all living in the 7th century along with the Taliban and the other militant Islamic countrys

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