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Given current unconstitutional gun grabs, where is the best state to relocate to?

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February 9, 2013 in Economics

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Please help me with information about the best places to relocate to. I am sick of California politics.

I have Strategic Relocation ordered to help me figure it out, but things are changing rapidly with the current unconstitutional gun grabs. States are standing up to the feds and passing laws to protect it.

Please any information concerning the current changes in these states would be very helpful.

Thank you


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5 responses to Given current unconstitutional gun grabs, where is the best state to relocate to?

  1. New Hampshire, Idaho, Wyoming, Utah, Montana or VERMONT

  2. warm climate or cold?city or rural? to answer your question ,one would need to know your skills and capability’s.can you skin a buck and run a trout line,or garden? east coast and west coast,no good,Ozarks(ark,mizz,la)no good,new Madrid fault line.Id think Arizona,Nevada,Utah west. Oh,Indy,east Tenn,Bama,Georgia,east

  3. Any state other than New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, California, Massachusetts, Illinois….and I’m sure some others too. These are the craziest dumps though. I moved from one of them 21 years ago, and never looked back. I still have friends and family on each coast, in the worst states. They either can’t see it, or feel trapped by employment. I always tell young people I meet, to move out of those states while they are young and free.

  4. On the surface it sounds great! Relocate to Texas, Wyoming or Idaho. However, the goal of the banker elite is to come after all of us, Texas, too! New York and California have crossed the line! They have proven that their laws should not matter anymore. We are in fact so close to all out civil war, that is what we need to plan for.

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