Henry Payne for May 26, 2023

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    Will?  4 months ago

    Couldn’t be a coincidence that baby boomers are the largest generation in the country and are retiring in droves, could it?

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    Al Fresco  4 months ago

    The taxed oppressed are voting with their feet — or cars, or moving vans. And DeSantis projects a message of sanity amidst a nation enslaved by the gospel of Woke-ism. There are good paying jobs in Florida.. Just the opposite of what the Tinkerbelll fairies are telling you.

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    dorotheac928  4 months ago

    there are several more – click back

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    GOGOPOWERANGERS  4 months ago

    Hey look payne correct this time

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    VegaAlopex  4 months ago

    If half of American had moved to Florida, then there’d be no need to vote for DeSantis.

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    dnie  4 months ago

    The last unindoctrinated Genreation……………….

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    The Nodding Head  4 months ago

    You can’t legislate weather.

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    NeedaChuckle Premium Member 4 months ago

    Thank god they are being quarantined there!

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    NeoconMan  4 months ago

    Ah, yes; Florida. Also known as “Heaven’s Waiting Room.”

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    piper_gilbert  4 months ago

    Pretty sure they didn’t move there for DeSantis.

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    Stephen Runnels Premium Member 4 months ago

    Math isn’t Henry Pane’s strong point.

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    ChristopherBurns  4 months ago

    Florida has 150 million people in it?

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    Radish the wordsmith Premium Member 4 months ago

    Republicans want to turn the USA into a fascist dictatorship.

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    Dapperdan61  Premium Member 4 months ago

    And the other half moved out

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    GiantShetlandPony  4 months ago

    Can we build a boarder wall along Florida instead?

    Under DeSatan Florida has become the place freedom goes to die.

    Anyway, at this rate, Florida will start losing their best and brightest, as they aren’t going to want to live in the State of Oppression, that Florida has become. About the only ones that will have an extra freedom will be white guys that get scared at a shadow and murder a black man doing nothing wrong, but being black, screaming their right to stand their ground. I stopped going to Florida in 2012, and have no plans to visit anytime soon.

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    StackableContainers (offline EOD 8/25/23)  4 months ago

    I know 6 people over 55 who have moved to Florida in the last few years. I didn’t know they were part of such a drastic migration. Though one couple is moving back this summer. They say it’s fun place to visit on vacation, but living there isn’t as great as they imagined.

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    Cerabooge  4 months ago

    Moving to Florida for the cheap housing (not any more, and insurance gets more expensive by the day)), low taxes (and even lower infrastructure maintenance), less traffic (hah!), and great weather (if you’re a mosquito).

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    Radish the wordsmith Premium Member 4 months ago

    Florida will go under when the oceans rise.

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    Radish the wordsmith Premium Member 4 months ago

    Mor people are moving to my blue state than are moving to Florida.

    The 10 States With The Biggest Population Increases

    1 Arizona

    2 Idaho

    3 Utah

    4 Washington

    5 Colorado

    6 Florida

    7 South Dakota

    8 Texas

    9 Nevada

    10 South Carolina

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    1BlackLivesMatter Premium Member 4 months ago

    Fake news^

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    Radish the wordsmith Premium Member 4 months ago

    LGBTQ+ people are leaving Florida. They blame the Legislature.

    “I spent 30 years in the closet,” one Floridian said. “I won’t be going back now.”

    One bill proposed this session would create harsher penalties for businesses that admit children into “sexual performances,” which critics say is meant to target drag shows. Another would limit bathroom use for transgender people. A third would make it a third-degree felony to provide medical interventions to treat children with gender dysphoria in Florida.

    The same day, the Florida Board of Education approved a ban on teaching about sexual orientation and gender identity in all grades, expanding the Parental Rights in Education law that critics have called the Don’t Say Gay law.

    LGBTQ+ residents who are packing their bags say they no longer feel safe living in a state with legislation that they believe will harm members of their community, particularly transgender kids.

    “One wonders, how bad is it going to get?” asked Tampa Bay area resident Clare Dygert.

    ‘I can’t afford the risk’The Riverview house was supposed to be their forever home.

    It was where Dygert and Simone Bouyer planned to celebrate their retirement years, surrounded by a community of chosen family.

    But the couple spent their recent date night planning their next move — quite literally.


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    ragsarooni Premium Member 4 months ago

    They did? They have? They are? Hmmmm……

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