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ideaminer Wrote: Mar 24, 2013 11:41 AM
As lifelong resident of Colorado (65 yrs), I'm stunned and disheartened by the changes in this state. At a family event a couple weeks ago, I mentioned to my kids that if it weren't for them and my grandkids, I'd be moving to Wyoming or Texas. I was a little surprised when they said they are also considering getting out of this state. Of course, with young families, their own businesses, and homes that would have to be sold, it's not as easy for them to pick-up and go. I've joked that I'm now a believer in fences for border control--put a fence around Calif.! Those residents chose to foul their state with high taxes and excessive regs, so they should stay there and clean up their own mess, not flee to feed off the productivity of others

As the Unofficial Goodwill Ambassador Plenipotentiary from the State of Utah to Western Colorado, I, in my unauthorized capacity do hereby extend the offer of asylum to any Coloradoans seeking same in the Beehive State, as their state slides toward Californiacation.

As someone who lives within a figurative chip shot of the border, my wife and I occasionally make forays into the Centennial State for day trips and weekend getaways. It is very beautiful. It has picturesque towns with fascinating shops that have things like wine tastings and display exquisite artwork. Believe it or not, we actually bought some...