Published: Friday, March 29 2013 12:00 a.m. MDT
I think its great and I'm sure it will continue. The RED states are
advertising with a welcome mat as the blue states are...well just blue since
they continue to see companies leave for better business environments. I loved
Rick Perry of Texas over in California pitching the business friendly
environment of Texas to Silicon Valley companies who are getting straggled by
liberal debt and taxes. I suspect all of these gun manufacturers will pack their
bags for friendlier confines elsewhere.
Maybe some other countries far, far away will be able to woo them overseas.
Cheap labor, no safety rules, no unions, and tax havens galore.Yeah,
take your guns and go away.
The more I watch The Walking Dead Marathon--the more I see who the hordes of
"walkers" represent----Namely, the dead inside people of America---like
this ghoulish man from New Hampshire--who seek only to feed off the corpses of
their fellow man.
Amazing how people are fleeing the all caring regulating/liberal states, and
their high taxation.Unfortunately, their liberal philosophies are
following them, and contaminating states like Colorado.
I wonder what Perry says to people who ask about little things in Texas -
schools, crime, political balance. Maybe to gun makers it just doesn't
matter as long as the bottom line is served enough.
It's time fot the gunmakers on the east coast to get out of there along
with most other progressive, enterprising companies. Move to the west folks,
where your products are appreciated and used. Less trouble with the unions also
here in Utah.I would welcome more gunmakers in Utah personally, like
the Barnes Bullet Co. in Nephi. There are quality jobs to be had by a gun
friendly citizenry here in Utah. Utah has a history of being friendly to
gunmakers like the pioneer Browning Family of Ogden, Utah.
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