I have no problem with this. You can choose to live in any state you want. I used to live in California and then I left because it was becoming a total toilet and I never looked back. But to try and game the system where you really still essentially live there but are bullshitting that your vacation home in a lower tax state is your primary residence - well that's fraud and frankly they need to start criminally prosecuting more of that as well. I haven't set foot in California in 14 years so I think I am safe.
Broke Dick Socialist shitholes. Once you're gone, tell them to fuck off
What's been left out of this article is that NY state audits people who leave, trying to grab as much as they possibly can from those who sold their property and left.
There's always a tension between authoritarians and freedom lovers. What happens if a state decides it doesn't want to be a part of the "union" anymore?
New York has become a cespool. I left years ago and although I miss my family terribly, they know I'm not coming back.
Just walk away.... https://youtu.be/lKxUfdv_U00
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That's not going to backfire at all, will it?
Yes, friends, it appears as though the political establishments of those states are following the self-destructive spiral their standard bearers in the MSM, Hollywood, academia, and DNC are accelerating into.
It would be interesting to see what's happening with party registration in those places. There's been a long-term trend toward choosing 'independent' as a party affiliation, but I wonder if that has picked up as well.
They aren't making it difficult if you actually move out of the state, but that's not addressing the issue of why people are leaving.
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