Thursday, January 21, 2010

Elections Have Consequences, Part II

Goes to show what can happen when you elect someone who isn't a natural born citizen of the US into an Executive Office*.

Every day thousands of Americans vote with their feet on the best places to live and work, and these migration patterns can tell a lot about state economies -- and economic policies, says the Wall Street Journal. United Van Lines has released its annual report for 2009, based on those the moving company has relocated across one state line to another, and the winner is . . .

But first the biggest loser, which was Michigan for the fourth year in a row.

*I'm talking about Canadian born Jennifer Granholm. Who did you think I was talking about?

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