Friday, January 26, 2018

Blue state pension blues: Rhode Island, Connecticut and Illinois are the "worst possible states to live in"

What do Illinois, Connecticut, and Rhode Island have in common? All three are deep-blue states with massive public pension problems brought on by the Democratic party's organized labor wing, public sector unions.

From the Daily Mail:
If you live in Illinois, Connecticut or Rhode Island, the chances are you know someone who is not happy. Not happy at all.

Around a quarter of the population living in these regions have described them each as the 'worst possible state to live in', according to a Gallup survey.
Of the top ten "happy" states, six voted for Donald Trump in the last election. Of the remaining four, Trump came very close to winning New Hampshire and Minnesota, and he won an electoral vote in Maine after gathering a majority of the vote in one of two of that state's congressional districts.

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