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    101 Reasons to move to New Hampshire

    http://www.freestateproject.org/file...Move-to-NH.pdf

    With over 8,000 members already signed up, there is little argument against this cause. In fact the only good argument is the cold weather.

    But that will be taken care of soon enough. Until we take over more regions, just how Liberty-minded are you?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Benaiah View Post
    Time, money & energy spent in New Hampshire = TONS.
    Time, money & energy spent in Montana = NONE.

    Vote % in New Hampshire = 8%
    Vote % in Montana = 25%


    Imagine if how much % of the vote would have went for Paul in Montana if we sent NH's resources there. Look at this map, http://www.ronpaulgraphs.com/donors.html
    The west is freedom territory. I have nothing against New Hampshire... it just seems like Montana would be waaaaaay easier to take over.
    I plan to organize a similar thing for Montana rather soon, but NH is first on the list because it has already been organized and there are many people ready to move once the list reaches 20,000.
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    The Free state project is a failure, if New Hampshire is no better than the rest of the united states. Idaho and Montana see like the best candidates for a real free state project.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelD View Post
    The Free state project is a failure, if New Hampshire is no better than the rest of the united states. Idaho and Montana see like the best candidates for a real free state project.
    Read '101 Reasons'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelD View Post
    The Free state project is a failure, if New Hampshire is no better than the rest of the united states. Idaho and Montana see like the best candidates for a real free state project.
    It has barely started, and you're already calling it a failure? Change takes years. NH has the best foundation to build on.

    Technically the FSP pledge is for everyone to move after 20k signatures are reached, but hundreds have already moved, and have made a bigger difference than I would have thought possible which such a small group. And we're expected to double or triple in size this year with the arrival of the First 1k pledges.

    If you don't value liberty enough to move to NH (I moved from Los Angeles), that's fine, but don't insult the tremendous accomplishments the FSP members are making. And the best is yet to come!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OferNave View Post
    It has barely started, and you're already calling it a failure? Change takes years. NH has the best foundation to build on.

    Technically the FSP pledge is for everyone to move after 20k signatures are reached, but hundreds have already moved, and have made a bigger difference than I would have thought possible which such a small group. And we're expected to double or triple in size this year with the arrival of the First 1k pledges.

    If you don't value liberty enough to move to NH (I moved from Los Angeles), that's fine, but don't insult the tremendous accomplishments the FSP members are making. And the best is yet to come!
    That's awesome that you moved!

    I'll be joining you soon enough!
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    I was thinking Maine...

    Maine has fewer gun restrictions than New Hampshire. Maine also has a law that prohibits the implementation of REAL ID.

    On the other hand Maine taxes are very high and the size of government is about twice as big as New Hampshire. Now that the Democrats have taken over in New Hampshire that may change.

    "Energy and persistence conquer all things"
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    The biggest thing that the FSP didn't take into account was the influx of filthy, aggressively-driving Massholes across our southern border. They move to NH for no state income, no sales tax, cheaper alcohol, etc. but then they say, "Hey! We used to do it THIS way in MA!" and change our state. As such, NH is becoming Northern Massachusetts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10thAmendmentMan View Post
    The biggest thing that the FSP didn't take into account was the influx of filthy, aggressively-driving Massholes across our southern border. They move to NH for no state income, no sales tax, cheaper alcohol, etc. but then they say, "Hey! We used to do it THIS way in MA!" and change our state. As such, NH is becoming Northern Massachusetts.
    All the more reason to move.

    The socialists are manageable, it's guaranteed that if hard times come they won't be the ones with guns.

    Please don't knock something so many have sacrificed so much for and are working hard on day in and day out unless you have thoroughly researched NH yourself.

    Paulites who want to make a difference after the election should be researching NH now. If we're going to take our country back it will be one state at a time and our success there will domino. Vermont and Maine will quickly follow our example.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 10thAmendmentMan View Post
    The biggest thing that the FSP didn't take into account was the influx of filthy, aggressively-driving Massholes across our southern border. They move to NH for no state income, no sales tax, cheaper alcohol, etc. but then they say, "Hey! We used to do it THIS way in MA!" and change our state. As such, NH is becoming Northern Massachusetts.
    Actually, those people increase liberty in NH by moving to NH and voting for liberty candidates for office, on average. Well, that's the ones that move. The ones that don't move tend to spend a lot of money in NH thus helping fund the government (so people in NH pay low taxes) and support the economy.
    Lifetime member of more than 1 national gun organization and the New Hampshire Liberty Alliance. Part of Young Americans for Liberty and Campaign for Liberty. Free State Project participant and multi-year Free Talk Live AMPlifier.

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    I noticed this thread, and it uses the old 101 Reasons. Well, there is a new version of the 101 Reasons. So here you go
    http://freestateproject.org/101Reasons
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    I support the idea of the free state project. I just don't know how you can do it when Mass. is invading the state faster than the free staters.

    Slutter McGee

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slutter McGee View Post
    I support the idea of the free state project. I just don't know how you can do it when Mass. is invading the state faster than the free staters.

    Slutter McGee
    They cant. HOWEVER, voter outrage gave our government Republican veto proof power in both houses. These are not your avg Republicans, 2/3 could be considered Ron Paul types and very fiscal conservative.

    Big things are about to happen in New Hampshire.

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    Is there anywhere I can go to get a weekly/monthly update from our recently elected friends in the NH House?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slutter McGee View Post
    I support the idea of the free state project. I just don't know how you can do it when Mass. is invading the state faster than the free staters.

    Slutter McGee
    Because while it's true that some people from MA are moving to NH, that is a good thing. The majority of the people that leave MA for NH do it for increased liberty/lower taxes/less statism. And when they move to NH they tend to vote for Republicans. We just need to try to work towards getting pro-liberty Republicans to run in those districts. If it wasn't for the MA movers, NH wouldn't be as free as it is today.

    I just said this in a previous post "Actually, those people increase liberty in NH by moving to NH and voting for liberty candidates for office, on average. Well, that's the ones that move. The ones that don't move tend to spend a lot of money in NH thus helping fund the government (so people in NH pay low taxes) and support the economy."
    Lifetime member of more than 1 national gun organization and the New Hampshire Liberty Alliance. Part of Young Americans for Liberty and Campaign for Liberty. Free State Project participant and multi-year Free Talk Live AMPlifier.

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    Im in mass but the fact that new hampshire is polling for romney is $#@!ing scary. I live 10 min from nh i would have no problem moving there. I need to see legitimate potential though not just a catchphrase on a license plate
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    John Adams, Thoughts on Government, 1776

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    Blah didn't realize this was an old topic. Evil old bumps from hades.
    Last edited by ChaosControl; 11-30-2010 at 05:50 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CurtisLow View Post
    I was thinking Maine...

    Maine has fewer gun restrictions than New Hampshire. Maine also has a law that prohibits the implementation of REAL ID.

    On the other hand Maine taxes are very high and the size of government is about twice as big as New Hampshire. Now that the Democrats have taken over in New Hampshire that may change.
    Although ME (like VT and NH) is known for having less restrictive gun laws than most states, I've never heard anyone say it's laws are better than the laws in NH before. Anyway, gun laws in NH should change for the better over the next two years. Maybe it will have the least restrictive laws in the nation soon.

    REAL ID and all similar laws are banned from NH. In fact, NH made national headlines by starting the national REAL ID resistance movement in this country.

    The GOP not only took back NH, but now it has more control than it used to have
    Last edited by Keith and stuff; 07-10-2012 at 12:07 PM.
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    I saw how NH voted in the primary and my first thought is that they need to retire the "live free or die" motto.



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    Quote Originally Posted by TakeThePowerBack View Post
    I saw how NH voted in the primary and my first thought is that they need to retire the "live free or die" motto.
    The primary was amazing in NH. Libertarians (running as GOPers) won again and again. And the general election, well, more liberty lovers were elected in NH than the next several states combined.

    If you are talking about 2008, this article suggests that Ron Paul did better in NH than anywhere else when you consider all of the factors, http://www.acsu.buffalo.edu/~jsorens/rpvotes.pdf
    Last edited by Keith and stuff; 10-26-2011 at 12:41 AM. Reason: added info about 2008
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    How are you guys doing all these New Hampshire Necropostings when I can't see any post I've made before the update? I've got 1,000 posts MIA.
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    I am in Canada, so I have no objections to the winter :P

    Sadly, though, they don't entirely accept Canadian medical licenses, so I can't go.
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    I kinda think North Dakota would've been a good choice for this. We have half the population of NH, so you're votes would carry much more weight. The suck is that we have brutally cold winters and no scenery like NH.

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    Hopefully they make some changes. It shouldn't be to hard to get the legislatures on board to vote for pro-liberty legislation if it is only 3k per rep. It would be cool to see a gold as money bill, take out the property taxes, privatize the alcohol stores, and lower the drinking age.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric21ND View Post
    I kinda think North Dakota would've been a good choice for this. We have half the population of NH, so you're votes would carry much more weight. The suck is that we have brutally cold winters and no scenery like NH.
    It was one of the 10 states that the voters looked at but it got 10th place (last) in the vote because no one could think of any decent reasons why it was the best state. Maybe the worst weather in the US, no scenery, no mountains, no oceans, no major metros near-by, lack of a major airport and other things contributed to almost no liberty activist supporting the state in the 2003 vote.
    Last edited by Keith and stuff; 10-26-2011 at 12:44 AM.
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