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Okay, Californians! (Original Post) Mr.Bill Nov 2020 OP
ARIZONA!!! mr_lebowski Nov 2020 #1
I can't leave my beautiful oceanfront town, my dear Mr.Bill! CaliforniaPeggy Nov 2020 #2
Message auto-removed Name removed Nov 2020 #10
Georgia needs 100,000 of us stat lapfog_1 Nov 2020 #3
Right answer! nt Shermann Nov 2020 #5
Property values are actually increasing in San Diego. BigmanPigman Nov 2020 #4
Back to my Western New York hometown on the Erie Canal. Nate McMurray's doing heavy lifting there, NBachers Nov 2020 #6
Come on back ..... CatMor Nov 2020 #8
Of course this thread is in jest and for fun, Mr.Bill Nov 2020 #7
Texas Auggie Nov 2020 #9
 

mr_lebowski

(33,643 posts)
1. ARIZONA!!!
Mon Nov 9, 2020, 09:23 PM
Nov 2020

Still too close here ... and you can buy a beautiful, big newer home here on a nice parcel of land for like 300K ... and be only like 30 min drive from Downtown Phoenix.

Better hurry though ... places have gone up a LOT lately, and I get like 10 calls a week from people wanting to buy my house for cash.

Response to CaliforniaPeggy (Reply #2)

BigmanPigman

(51,541 posts)
4. Property values are actually increasing in San Diego.
Mon Nov 9, 2020, 09:31 PM
Nov 2020

People still want to live here, not flee. You couldn't pay me enough to move to a red area. I value my health, mental as well as physical. CA will take better care of my needs than a Red state would.

NBachers

(17,056 posts)
6. Back to my Western New York hometown on the Erie Canal. Nate McMurray's doing heavy lifting there,
Mon Nov 9, 2020, 09:43 PM
Nov 2020

and I'm ready to be part of it. I already am with contributions, but my vote would make a bigger difference there than it's making here in San Francisco.

Mr.Bill

(24,196 posts)
7. Of course this thread is in jest and for fun,
Mon Nov 9, 2020, 09:51 PM
Nov 2020

but I have always wondered how many democratic votes we could lose and still stay all blue and how many states those votes would have put in the blue column. I'm betting we had enough spare blue votes in 2016 in San Francisco alone to put Hillary in the White House.

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