They're moving to Florida

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PensacolaKid
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Thu Aug 15, 2019 9:29 am

Reading another article on the influx of people from the north particularly, who are moving to the South and specifically Florida for tax purposes and other reasons. The good news, the Florida Panhandle is NOT on the top five list. THANK YOU! Tampa is the number one destination followed by further south. Orlando (why I haven't a clue), St. Pete, Fort Myers, etc. Y'all keep on going down there. There is nothing in the Panhandle for you and IT GETS COLD IN THE WINTER! Wave as you go by.
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Thu Aug 15, 2019 11:13 am

Yea, if they find the panhandle and stay liberal - may have to move to AR or OK - especially if the big-city libs take over state offices and legislature. Got a lib (D) elected Commissioner of Agriculture last election - gun stuff falls under ag and she is trying to make it harder to get CW carry permits and other such "gun control stuff. Fear legislature could shift - to include governor - as more and more libs come to state.
Would have included TX - but just read an opinion that TX is at risk of becoming a CA due to changing demographics. That CA was fairly conservative 30+ years ago, now can't find a conservative in office anywhere - even Orange County. Says that with immigration and increasing numbers in the cities - TX will be the same in about 20 years.
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