In a recent artical I came across shown here, we see a true physical illustration of why what I and most of my fellow conservative friends say is right and why what liberals do and think is wrong.
Americans hunker down in a recession, they normally do not move and stay put where they are. If they do move during slow economic times, they do so with purpose and prejudice. We are in a very slow economic time right now and the Census Bureau is telling us some very relevant information about how America thinks and what it wants.
The Bureau tells us Americans are moving out of certain states and moving into others.
Americans are moving out of:
Americans moved into:
In fact the state with the largest population growth last year is the state nobody lives in, except Dick Cheney, is Wyoming.
Ok… So the question is: In bad times people moved to Texas, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Utah, Wyoming and South Dakota because______________
Is it low taxes?
Yes, these states have low and in some cases no income taxes, but that’s only part of the equation.
Is it cost of living?
Yes, it’s true these states have lower living costs, but again that’s just a small part of the answer.
What’s the biggie here?
Why would people pick up and move to these states when they can least afford to?