The top 2 states people are fleeing?

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    I am not surprised.
     
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    They also happen to be two of the highest taxed welfare states.
     
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    Sea levels are going to rise. Didn't you get the memo?
     
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    Hey stupid IF that is the criteria for people leaving then Florida should be a ghost State. It is the lowest elevation State of all. Not to mention all the other Coastal States.
     
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    Knew MI would be third, surprised it wasn't 2nd, you see those numbers?--10mil!?omG
     
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    The “Invisible Hand” givith and the Invisible Hand taketh away.
     
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    Meanwhile the Chinese buy up the US mortgage using good, old fashioned mercantilism.

    I do not praise this, I weep at the spectacle.
     
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    I really hope I am really wrong here, but I suspect the late 20th century, and the early 21 century will be titled by historians, ‘How free market economists helped America commit economic suicide.”

    That is if any real history is allowed under a Chinese hegemony?
     
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    I hate the Invisible Hand. It's really hard to slap when it grabs one's ass.
     
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