Fleeing The Communist Insurgency

I’m starting to think seriously about moving across the border to Cheyenne, Wyoming.

They don’t have any income tax in Wyoming, they don’t encourage drug abuse and they respect the US Constitution. Plus they allow fireworks and the cost of housing is much lower. Between tax savings and housing, I can probably save an extra ten to fifteen thousand dollars per year.

The PRK (People’s Republic of Kolorado) is starting to make me ill, with their James Holmes, their Ramseys, their Ward Churchills – what a totally messed up place.

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20 Responses to Fleeing The Communist Insurgency

  1. NikFromNYC says:

    “Prohibition will work great injury to the cause of temperance. It is a species of intemperance within itself, for it goes beyond the bounds of reason in that it attempts to control a man’s appetite by legislation, and makes a crime out of things that are not crimes. A Prohibition law strikes a blow at the very principles upon which our government was founded.” – Abraham Lincoln

    • NikFromNYC says:

      Oops: It was investigated by a Lincoln scholar at the request of Ollie Steinberg of the Minnesota Grassroots party. Like Mark, he found no record of any speech by Lincoln on the alleged date (Dec 18, 1840).


    • Ben says:

      Yea, right. I have his journal digitized before me and it reads…

      Journal of March 26, 1842, In it Lincoln used these
      prophetic words: “And when the victory shall be com-
      plete — when there shall be neither a slave nor a drunkard
      on the earth — how proud the title of that Land which may
      truly claim to be the birthplace and the cradle of both
      these revolutions, that shall have ended in that victory.”
      He also uttered this bold statement which remains un-
      challengeable: “Whether or not the world would be vastly
      benefited by a total and final banishment from it of all in-
      toxicating drinks seems to me not now to be an open
      question. Three-fourths of mankind confess the affrma-
      tive with their tongues, and I believe all the rest acknowl-
      edge it in their hearts.”

    • Ben says:

      But don’t take my word for it. Download it yourself from Library of Congress digital archive.


  2. gator69 says:

    What could possibly be holding you back? Run, don’t walk.

  3. Wyguy says:

    We would be proud to have you as a neighbor here Steve.

  4. LLAP says:

    Borders give you choices. Your town has a crummy grade school? Move ten miles north and there’s a better one. Sick of Massachusetts taxes? Move to New Hampshire, as thousands do”
    – Mark Steyn (March 28, 2009)


    P.S. Go for it Steve! 😉

  5. gator69 says:

    Letter to POTUS from a Columbine survivor, who was shot…

    “Let me ask you this: Why would you prefer criminals to have the ability to out-gun law-abiding citizens? Under this policy, criminals will still have their 30-round magazines, but the average American will not. Whose side are you on?”


  6. SMS says:

    Steve, I’ve lived in Wyoming and Colorado. Dislike the Colorado left wing bent but enjoy the view. As for Wyoming, I like the politics but hate the wind. You may find riding a bicycle a bit more difficult in Cheyenne or Laramie than where you are in Ft. Collins. If you do make it to Wyoming you might want to take up parasailing. It is a much easier and faster way to get to Nebraska.

    I’ve often thought that western Colorado, Wyoming and eastern Utah should break away and make one state. We, here on the west slope of Colorado, have much of our ways of living dictated by the masses on the front range. They know nothing of our culture but think we need to accept theirs without question. Colutaming, Wycolotah, Utawycolo?

  7. miked1947 says:

    I do not plan to be traveling through Colorado again! I will either bypass it on 80 or 40 when I travel west!

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