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Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Best places for business and jobs in 2015 (red states win big, Maine loses out again)

The big government once again shows its failure. As we can see on the list, conservative states like Utah prosper while the left wing commie states that support Obama and communism are the worst. California and Maine among the worst.


Utah, the most conservative is not surprisingly out on top. Salt Lake city is overwhelmed with homeless vagrants but in a good way! Homeless so called bums fed up with the failure of programs and being let down by a failing government are moving in droves to Salt Lake city. Rather than socialism and anti-vagrancy laws the city responds with help and compassion. The Mormon chruch of Jesus Christ of Later day Saints leads the charge. New private charities are providing the homeless with their own homes only on the condition that they work. NO PROBLEM! They want work! And there's lots of it! They don't want no hand outs anymore! They want the American dream! Not only does Utah prove that Socialism fail economicaly but socially! Christian charities are superior to the welfare state and it shows

Meanwhile rural and left wing states are at the bottom. West virginia is dead last again. The decline of the coal mining industry and a lack of business sector in this unpopulated rural wasteland is the cause. The same for mississippi which contrary to popular belief is not the most conservative state. It is a state run by a top heavy socialist government that pretends to be conservative. Add to this rural poverty and misery.

The communist states of Maine, Rhode Island, New Jersey Michigan and the homestate of Socialist candidate Bernie Sanders Vermont are also among the worst along with California Connecticut and Illinois. Several states that join the ash heap surprisingly is New Hampshire. The state has taken a hit by communist freedom hating democrats with the free state movement in decline. New Democrat leeches moving in from the failing states of Vermont Maine and Massachusetts and New York are to blame. They out number the producer freestaters. New Hampshire is becoming more and more like Massachusetts. Higher taxes and regulations and a new class of freeloaders and moochers and communists make for a bad place to live. This speaking as a resident of the once great state.

Ohio, once a socialist backward state is now improving with a growing Bio-technology sector and high tech boom in the Columbus area but still struggles with high crime poverty and a somewhat socialist government
Wisconsin, homestate of the great Scott Walker has improved but marginally. Although Scottt walker succeeded in destroying the communist labor unions, Democrats still run the state and tax the state to death.

Massachusetts sees small improvement with a small conservative catholic resistance and some resistance from libertarians. The city is home to many corporations but the main reason for improvement is that America has caught up  with Massachusetts by implementing communist health care. So now were all even.

And despite being the most liberal and anti-christian state in the country after Oregon, Washington joins the list. This is mainly due to the presence of large corporations like Microsoft and Expedia and there are sensible politicians in the state house and city legislature that restrain the liberal piggies squealing at the trough for more of the hard working people's hard earned money. The money is plentiful but is still running out. Despite this the state has high living costs and high rents that hurt the state. A tax increase and a communist prop established by the transit unions and the far left threatens the state however.

So there you have it! Capitalism is a success socialism is a failure. The conservatives are victorious as well but despite this fact many Americans are ignorant of the dangers of socialism and the need more than ever for Ron Paul or Scott Walker or a conservative president who will make america's government like our founders intended christian and free with few government hassles and small taxes. Its up to the American people.








#1 Utah 5 3 6 6 1 21 2,963,000
#2 North Carolina 5 9 4 22 10 16 9,992,000
#3 Nebraska 9 19 3 13 30 7 1,887,600
#4 North Dakota 13 6 10 3 12 36 744,600
#5 Colorado 39 1 12 4 6 9 5,397,200
#6 Texas 10 8 21 1 8 31 27,187,700
#7 Virginia 30 2 1 32 19 5 8,355,200
#8 Indiana 12 42 2 15 16 6 6,608,900
#9 South Dakota 1 12 19 30 20 27 856,200
#10 Washington 17 4 30 14 2 34 7,108,400

#11 Georgia 23 13 9 21 11 32 10,160,200
#12 Oregon 8 14 36 15 4 26 3,995,000
#13 Minnesota 35 17 22 7 24 1 5,474,100
#14 Iowa 11 35 8 19 39 11 3,112,900
#15 Ohio 18 47 5 9 36 2 11,604,900
#16 Oklahoma 4 31 15 10 26 37 3,891,000
#17 Delaware 7 11 23 41 17 44 941,600
#18 Massachusetts 50 5 39 8 15 3 6,769,500
#19 Tennessee 25 30 7 12 21 41 6,579,700
#20 Florida 38 21 16 17 3 35 20,082,800

#21 Kansas 34 23 13 27 27 15 2,914,700
#22 Idaho 24 33 17 24 9 28 1,645,900
#23 Arizona 26 15 20 34 7 40 6,804,400
#24 Montana 22 16 37 18 22 29 1,028,000
#25 South Carolina 32 20 14 26 13 45 4,867,500
#26 Missouri 15 38 11 37 37 25 6,075,500
#27 Wyoming 19 24 26 47 18 33 584,700
#28 Kentucky 14 46 32 20 23 23 4,424,000
#29 New York 39 28 27 5 42 19 19,773,900
#30 Michigan 37 48 18 2 43 10 9,916,000

#31 Wisconsin 36 39 25 23 28 8 5,768,700
#32 California 42 17 48 11 5 30 38,992,100
#33 Maryland 33 7 40 35 33 24 5,994,900
#34 Nevada 16 32 29 43 14 47 2,865,200
#35 Arkansas 3 44 38 33 32 38 2,969,300
#36 Pennsylvania 30 40 31 25 41 18 12,791,100
#37 New Hampshire 47 22 33 31 31 22 1,330,100
#38 Illinois 29 34 43 29 38 14 12,885,800
#39 Connecticut 45 25 41 44 29 4 3,598,500
#40 Louisiana 2 41 35 46 40 48 4,657,800

#41 New Jersey 49 26 46 39 35 13 8,947,700
#42 Vermont 46 26 42 36 45 20 626,500
#43 Hawaii 47 10 49 28 48 39 1,424,900
#44 Alaska 44 29 28 45 25 50 738,800
#45 Alabama 28 43 24 42 44 49 4,861,600
#46 Rhode Island 43 37 47 38 46 12 1,056,900
#47 New Mexico 27 45 33 49 34 43 2,085,300
#48 Maine 41 36 45 50 49 17 1,331,600
#49 Mississippi 21 49 44 48 50 46 2,995,700
#50 West Virginia 20 50 50 40 47 42 1,849,900





5 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'd rather be unemployed for life than live in Texas or Georgia. That's the herp derp capitol of america

mainestategop said...

Okay, starve and remain homeless and shirt tail poor while the poor who I support thrive and get better. Let me guess, you live in California right?

Anonymous said...

I live in Boston actually. We might not be the best place to live in but at least im not poor and miserable like in Mississippi or Georgia. I gladly pay taxes and pay dues to live in a community that is tolerant and enlightned rather than live in a hell hole like Texas or Utah where there is racism. I don't mind seeing homeless on the streets at least we try to take care of them unlike in Places like Florida or Tennesee where they are persecuted jailed and left to die so they are not seen.

You miss the big picture sir...

mainestategop said...

All the laws against homeless are mainly in Democrat areas or Rino areas. There are some in places moderately conservative but that has to do with the cold climate. I don't agree with it. Just give them a greyhound ticket to San Francisco. problem Solved. the real Reason homelessness is rare in conservative towns and states is because there are jobs available for them.

Anonymous said...

All the states with higher population and job growth are conservative! The blue states are either losing population and losing jobs or hardly budging a f***ing inch! When you expect those of us who work to float the cheese wheel were not gonna be able to spend as much on the economy we normally would!

It used to be that in this country you went for it you got it! THe land of the free the right to life liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Now when you go for it and you succeed they're all like F**K YOU! Pay your taxes! They take it away from you! And we wonder why we are having all these problems!