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Texas AG pokes New Yorkers

 
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Attorney General Greg Abbott Wednesday launched a Google web ad campaign inviting New Yorkers who feel their gun rights are threatened by a new law just signed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, to move to Texas where they will have the right to bear arms, and, with lower taxes, more money to buy ammo.

The provocative web ads, paid for with Abbott campaign funds, will appear as a pop-up on screens on a variety of media web sites, including that of The New York Times, for those accessing the sites in Manhattan and Albany.

“Is Gov. Cuomo looking to take your guns? Sick of the media outing law abiding gun owns? Are you a lawful NY gun owner seeking lower taxes?” reads one of two pop-up ads.

A second reads: “Wanted: Law abiding New York gun owns looking for lower taxes and greater opportunity.”

Click on either and you are directed to a Facebook second amendment petition page with the greeting: “You’ll fit right in here in Texas!”

It reads: “Here in Texas, you will have the liberty and the opportunity to achieve your dreams. On top of that, we have no income tax, yet still manage to have a multi-billion dollar budget surplus. We have right to work laws and a reasonable regulatory environment. Texas has created more than 275,000 jobs in the last year alone! And we’ll fight like hell to protect your rights.

“You’ll also get to keep more of what you earn and use some of that extra money to buy more ammo.


[link to www.statesman.com]
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Attorney General Greg Abbott Wednesday launched a Google web ad campaign inviting New Yorkers who feel their gun rights are threatened by a new law just signed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, to move to Texas where they will have the right to bear arms, and, with lower taxes, more money to buy ammo.

The provocative web ads, paid for with Abbott campaign funds, will appear as a pop-up on screens on a variety of media web sites, including that of The New York Times, for those accessing the sites in Manhattan and Albany.

“Is Gov. Cuomo looking to take your guns? Sick of the media outing law abiding gun owns? Are you a lawful NY gun owner seeking lower taxes?” reads one of two pop-up ads.

A second reads: “Wanted: Law abiding New York gun owns looking for lower taxes and greater opportunity.”

Click on either and you are directed to a Facebook second amendment petition page with the greeting: “You’ll fit right in here in Texas!”

It reads: “Here in Texas, you will have the liberty and the opportunity to achieve your dreams. On top of that, we have no income tax, yet still manage to have a multi-billion dollar budget surplus. We have right to work laws and a reasonable regulatory environment. Texas has created more than 275,000 jobs in the last year alone! And we’ll fight like hell to protect your rights.

“You’ll also get to keep more of what you earn and use some of that extra money to buy more ammo.


[link to www.statesman.com]
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not a bad idea too bad im in no position to move
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Attorney General Greg Abbott Wednesday launched a Google web ad campaign inviting New Yorkers who feel their gun rights are threatened by a new law just signed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, to move to Texas where they will have the right to bear arms, and, with lower taxes, more money to buy ammo.

The provocative web ads, paid for with Abbott campaign funds, will appear as a pop-up on screens on a variety of media web sites, including that of The New York Times, for those accessing the sites in Manhattan and Albany.

“Is Gov. Cuomo looking to take your guns? Sick of the media outing law abiding gun owns? Are you a lawful NY gun owner seeking lower taxes?” reads one of two pop-up ads.

A second reads: “Wanted: Law abiding New York gun owns looking for lower taxes and greater opportunity.”

Click on either and you are directed to a Facebook second amendment petition page with the greeting: “You’ll fit right in here in Texas!”

It reads: “Here in Texas, you will have the liberty and the opportunity to achieve your dreams. On top of that, we have no income tax, yet still manage to have a multi-billion dollar budget surplus. We have right to work laws and a reasonable regulatory environment. Texas has created more than 275,000 jobs in the last year alone! And we’ll fight like hell to protect your rights.

“You’ll also get to keep more of what you earn and use some of that extra money to buy more ammo.


[link to www.statesman.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24782026


I like it. He isn't so much poking fun as telling the truth.

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You can have BIG GULPS in Texas too.
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You can have BIG GULPS in Texas too.
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now how do you think all those texans are going to feel with the sudden influx of rude-ass new yorkers they're about to receive?
Liberal Logic - Demanding that the government stay out of their bedrooms while insisting on taxpayer funded birth control.
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Attorney General Greg Abbott Wednesday launched a Google web ad campaign inviting New Yorkers who feel their gun rights are threatened by a new law just signed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, to move to Texas where they will have the right to bear arms, and, with lower taxes, more money to buy ammo.

The provocative web ads, paid for with Abbott campaign funds, will appear as a pop-up on screens on a variety of media web sites, including that of The New York Times, for those accessing the sites in Manhattan and Albany.

“Is Gov. Cuomo looking to take your guns? Sick of the media outing law abiding gun owns? Are you a lawful NY gun owner seeking lower taxes?” reads one of two pop-up ads.

A second reads: “Wanted: Law abiding New York gun owns looking for lower taxes and greater opportunity.”

Click on either and you are directed to a Facebook second amendment petition page with the greeting: “You’ll fit right in here in Texas!”

It reads: “Here in Texas, you will have the liberty and the opportunity to achieve your dreams. On top of that, we have no income tax, yet still manage to have a multi-billion dollar budget surplus. We have right to work laws and a reasonable regulatory environment. Texas has created more than 275,000 jobs in the last year alone! And we’ll fight like hell to protect your rights.

“You’ll also get to keep more of what you earn and use some of that extra money to buy more ammo.


[link to www.statesman.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24782026


Recruitment has begun. Battle lines being drawn.

:way...:
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now how do you think all those texans are going to feel with the sudden influx of rude-ass new yorkers they're about to receive?
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They'll come around to an appreciation of southern politeness. One way or another.
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Attorney General Greg Abbott Wednesday launched a Google web ad campaign inviting New Yorkers who feel their gun rights are threatened by a new law just signed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, to move to Texas where they will have the right to bear arms, and, with lower taxes, more money to buy ammo.

The provocative web ads, paid for with Abbott campaign funds, will appear as a pop-up on screens on a variety of media web sites, including that of The New York Times, for those accessing the sites in Manhattan and Albany.

“Is Gov. Cuomo looking to take your guns? Sick of the media outing law abiding gun owns? Are you a lawful NY gun owner seeking lower taxes?” reads one of two pop-up ads.

A second reads: “Wanted: Law abiding New York gun owns looking for lower taxes and greater opportunity.”

Click on either and you are directed to a Facebook second amendment petition page with the greeting: “You’ll fit right in here in Texas!”

It reads: “Here in Texas, you will have the liberty and the opportunity to achieve your dreams. On top of that, we have no income tax, yet still manage to have a multi-billion dollar budget surplus. We have right to work laws and a reasonable regulatory environment. Texas has created more than 275,000 jobs in the last year alone! And we’ll fight like hell to protect your rights.

“You’ll also get to keep more of what you earn and use some of that extra money to buy more ammo.


[link to www.statesman.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24782026


Recruitment has begun. Battle lines being drawn.

:way...:
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Also as people from N.Y leave. So will their revenue...
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now how do you think all those texans are going to feel with the sudden influx of rude-ass new yorkers they're about to receive?
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Like this
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now how do you think all those texans are going to feel with the sudden influx of rude-ass new yorkers they're about to receive?
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Like this
fuckyoukitteh
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naaa. that's not rude.

i'm from jackson heights. believe me i know rude.

it's also why i moved to the south.
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now how do you think all those texans are going to feel with the sudden influx of rude-ass new yorkers they're about to receive?
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Speaking as a Texan who married a Jersey Girl - which is nearly the same thing as a rude-ass new yorker - and brought her back to Texas with me, I'd say that at least in some cases it can be truly wonderful.
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Attorney General Greg Abbott Wednesday launched a Google web ad campaign inviting New Yorkers who feel their gun rights are threatened by a new law just signed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, to move to Texas where they will have the right to bear arms, and, with lower taxes, more money to buy ammo.

The provocative web ads, paid for with Abbott campaign funds, will appear as a pop-up on screens on a variety of media web sites, including that of The New York Times, for those accessing the sites in Manhattan and Albany.

“Is Gov. Cuomo looking to take your guns? Sick of the media outing law abiding gun owns? Are you a lawful NY gun owner seeking lower taxes?” reads one of two pop-up ads.

A second reads: “Wanted: Law abiding New York gun owns looking for lower taxes and greater opportunity.”

Click on either and you are directed to a Facebook second amendment petition page with the greeting: “You’ll fit right in here in Texas!”

It reads: “Here in Texas, you will have the liberty and the opportunity to achieve your dreams. On top of that, we have no income tax, yet still manage to have a multi-billion dollar budget surplus. We have right to work laws and a reasonable regulatory environment. Texas has created more than 275,000 jobs in the last year alone! And we’ll fight like hell to protect your rights.

“You’ll also get to keep more of what you earn and use some of that extra money to buy more ammo.


[link to www.statesman.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24782026


Recruitment has begun. Battle lines being drawn.

:way...:
 Quoting: Tanarus


Also as people from N.Y leave. So will their revenue...
 Quoting: Tanarus


pretty sure the number of representatives & senators is based on population also...maybe theyll lose some representation if enough people bail.
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now how do you think all those texans are going to feel with the sudden influx of rude-ass new yorkers they're about to receive?
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Speaking as a Texan who married a Jersey Girl - which is nearly the same thing as a rude-ass new yorker - and brought her back to Texas with me, I'd say that at least in some cases it can be truly wonderful.
 Quoting: Shelgeyr


good for you!

i'm an nyc boy, married to a chicago girl and have settled happily in the south since 1980.

and neither one of us would even consider the possibility of moving back.
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now how do you think all those texans are going to feel with the sudden influx of rude-ass new yorkers they're about to receive?
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We got practice 20 years ago when Michigan moved to Texas.
We'll just dust off our skills again.
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now how do you think all those texans are going to feel with the sudden influx of rude-ass new yorkers they're about to receive?
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Like this
fuckyoukitteh
 Quoting: MartianPrincess


naaa. that's not rude.

i'm from jackson heights. believe me i know rude.

it's also why i moved to the south.
 Quoting: Dr. Lecter


Lol

Actually I know some Yankee natives here and they're funny and friendly. At least the ones I know!

Now, let's talk about all the Chicago transplants who pollute the city of Houston. They bring their horrible attitudes, their foul language, terrible driving skills (Houston has idiotic drivers to begin with, we don't need your IL-brand of road rage!) and their worship of the Cubs/WhiteSox/Bears/Bullls is lame! I have always wondered, why do so many of them move down here, when they claim they hate it here?
Occam's Razor, morans!
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You can have BIG GULPS in Texas too.
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Salt,too.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


the AG should invite Colt and Remington down to Texas too with tax breaks

They were ready to flee Connecticut and New York even before this. Now that their home states have gone full retards, time to move down to a non-slave state

[link to www.foxnews.com]

Let's hope all the "smart" states vote to kick Texas out of the union

will save Texas the trouble of a fight
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How about forcing all Libtards to live on Coney Island?
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now how do you think all those texans are going to feel with the sudden influx of rude-ass new yorkers they're about to receive?
 Quoting: Dr. Lecter


Speaking as a Texan who married a Jersey Girl - which is nearly the same thing as a rude-ass new yorker - and brought her back to Texas with me, I'd say that at least in some cases it can be truly wonderful.
 Quoting: Shelgeyr


good for you!

i'm an nyc boy, married to a chicago girl and have settled happily in the south since 1980.

and neither one of us would even consider the possibility of moving back.
 Quoting: Dr. Lecter


NYC and CT here

moved to Texas and we often find ourselves more conservative than many here in Dallas, anyway, but maybe that's not too hard, lol

we try and be good transplants, do as the natives do, don't want to change anything, don't talk about how great things were "back home". If it was so great "back north" we never would have left...

I agree with the conerns tho...I have never understood people whose home states have imploded due to decades of crappy voting habits, who then move to a state whose economy WORKS but insist on bringing the same rotten voting habits which helped destroy where they came from

holy moly, are they really that stupid?

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i'm moving my software engineering company to texas within the year, from maryland.
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i'm moving my software engineering company to texas within the year, from maryland.
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we moved a software business and a financial consulting group to Texas, and I only can't believe we didn't do this years ago

Get yourself a good accountant and an attorney. I know a great one in Dallas if you need

Texans don't have reason to worry about small business people who move here. We have seen our home states destroyed by idiots, and we work like hell to make sure it won't happen here

and we help bring jobs :)
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now how do you think all those texans are going to feel with the sudden influx of rude-ass new yorkers they're about to receive?
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Like this
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:Canadian F::State of Texas:

"Misunderestimating is only 5/4 th's of the problem"!

"Some choose to hear, few decide to listen".

"Question what you know and know why you question".

"GLP will never be the sane...uhhh...same".

"The markets will determine the fate of government intervention, not government intervening in the market".
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whaTs northern texas like? i need forrest and trees. and i cant do 110 degree heat with no shade.
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Yeah New Yorkers move out so the europeans can take more control. They own NY's main business anyway - the banking industry. You think wall street, nyse, goldman sachs run things there? Wake up to your real masters, the european banking establishment, the modern day east india co.

Go and move to texas where you replace your 6 figure bank slave job for a minimum wage bar-be-cue servant and if your lucky can be a slave to the only money in texas, the energy bizness, which is also servant to the european masters.
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Yeah New Yorkers move out so the europeans can take more control. They own NY's main business anyway - the banking industry. You think wall street, nyse, goldman sachs run things there? Wake up to your real masters, the european banking establishment, the modern day east india co.

Go and move to texas where you replace your 6 figure bank slave job for a minimum wage bar-be-cue servant and if your lucky can be a slave to the only money in texas, the energy bizness, which is also servant to the european masters.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16045504


Wow! You have no "right" side of the bed, do you?

You must be one pissed off person 25 hrs. a day.
:Canadian F::State of Texas:

"Misunderestimating is only 5/4 th's of the problem"!

"Some choose to hear, few decide to listen".

"Question what you know and know why you question".

"GLP will never be the sane...uhhh...same".

"The markets will determine the fate of government intervention, not government intervening in the market".
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Yeah New Yorkers move out so the europeans can take more control. They own NY's main business anyway - the banking industry. You think wall street, nyse, goldman sachs run things there? Wake up to your real masters, the european banking establishment, the modern day east india co.

Go and move to texas where you replace your 6 figure bank slave job for a minimum wage bar-be-cue servant and if your lucky can be a slave to the only money in texas, the energy bizness, which is also servant to the european masters.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16045504


lmfao

I remember when I was 13 and thought I knew everything
too

You need to get out of mom's paneled basement and get some air. That backed up toilet is releasing dangerous fumes and interacting badly with your ADHD meds
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Yeah New Yorkers move out so the europeans can take more control. They own NY's main business anyway - the banking industry. You think wall street, nyse, goldman sachs run things there? Wake up to your real masters, the european banking establishment, the modern day east india co.

Go and move to texas where you replace your 6 figure bank slave job for a minimum wage bar-be-cue servant and if your lucky can be a slave to the only money in texas, the energy bizness, which is also servant to the european masters.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16045504


lmfao

I remember when I was 13 and thought I knew everything
too

You need to get out of mom's paneled basement and get some air. That backed up toilet is releasing dangerous fumes and interacting badly with your ADHD meds
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