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    Well maybe Vermont is the place to go in retirement then. Except you guys probably get more cold and snow than Ohio does:)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Player_To_Be_Named... View Post
    Well maybe Vermont is the place to go in retirement then. Except you guys probably get more cold and snow than Ohio does:)
    It is now, but I wonder how long it will stay that way. If the influx of people from very Liberal states continues, I suspect its character will change and gun rights will be in jeopardy. LRM19k no doubt has a better sense for this than I. Vermont is a gorgeous state and if their were more jobs there, I'd move their in a heart beat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Player_To_Be_Named... View Post
    Well maybe Vermont is the place to go in retirement then. Except you guys probably get more cold and snow than Ohio does:)
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    It is now, but I wonder how long it will stay that way. If the influx of people from very Liberal states continues, I suspect its character will change and gun rights will be in jeopardy. LRM19k no doubt has a better sense for this than I. Vermont is a gorgeous state and if their were more jobs there, I'd move their in a heart beat.
    Although VT is a blue sate, many people don't realize we have the best gun laws in the country. We do get an influx of liberal transplants who have in the past tried to change our gun laws, but failed on all accounts, even with all the funding by Bloomberg. Our sate has strong 2A roots, and we will continue to push back ANY new gun laws these liberal flatlanders try to jam down our throats.

    Fortunately, our last Governor, who was a democrat had no intention of making any changes to our state constitution, and now that we have a Republican pro 2A governor, things look even better for the foreseeable future. The facts don't lie, we have the least amount of gun laws in the nation, and we are also the safest state...liberals hate those facts.

    I was born an raised here and wouldn't want to live anywhere else, but as veritas said, we don't have a lot of jobs and I think that's why more people don't move here. Also, the winters can be pretty brutal, so If you don't have any winter hobbies, you might be pretty miserable...although these last two winters have been the worst (as in lacking snow) that I can remember.

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    Awesome, congrats to all NH residents. I hope Michigan does the same, and does away with "pistol free zones"
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    Maine did the same recently too. It's nice, but we're still trapped up here with NY and MA as border states to VT and NH.

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