Last edited by Benaiah; 02-29-2008 at 04:25 PM.
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"
Benjamin FranklinThe greatest sins are those who remain silent in the face of evil.
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.
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.
“Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.”
The Lorax, by Dr. Seuss
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
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.
Is there anywhere I can go to get a weekly/monthly update from our recently elected friends in the NH House?
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."