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Old 01-04-2016, 10:24 PM
 
Location: Citrus countyFL
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We dont have to wait 20 years. Lets look at florida in the past. Historically the state was very democratic. And nobody wanted to live here. There were no jobs, taxes were high, the schools were lousy, and quality of life was bad. Then came the Republican leadership. And 20 years later, everyone wants to live here. Population boomed, taxes are low, cost of living is lower than national average, schools are consistently in the top tier, and the quality of life is admired by the rest of the country (hence the reason everyone rushes to live here.)
And RPOF does fight for us, we are the ones who actually create regulatory environments that create jobs, so people can provide for themselves and their families. The other party just wants to give handouts so you can just barely get by every week.
Florida rocks! And it only getting better! If you dont like it, move. Accept the fact that your state has changed
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Old 01-04-2016, 10:29 PM
 
Location: Florida
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We dont have to wait 20 years. Lets look at florida in the past. Historically the state was very democratic. And nobody wanted to live here. There were no jobs, taxes were high, the schools were lousy, and quality of life was bad. Then came the Republican leadership. And 20 years later, everyone wants to live here. Population boomed, taxes are low, cost of living is lower than national average, schools are consistently in the top tier, and the quality of life is admired by the rest of the country (hence the reason everyone rushes to live here.)
And RPOF does fight for us, we are the ones who actually create regulatory environments that create jobs, so people can provide for themselves and their families. The other party just wants to give handouts so you can just barely get by every week.
Florida rocks! And it only getting better! If you dont like it, move. Accept the fact that your state has changed
Florida does rock. It is my favorite state, in addition to being my home state. And it can be even greater.

And people have been flocking to Florida since the invention of air conditioning in the 1920s. Politics had nothing to do with that.
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