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Re: [NHPorcupines-announce] Digg it! Man behind Ron Paul "money bomb" is 500th Free State Project mover

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  • Tim Condon
    This is wonderful! 500 is indeed a milestone. We are 1/40 of the way to our ultimate goal. And although some may say the migration is going too slow, the
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      This is wonderful! 500 is indeed a milestone. We are 1/40 of the way to our
      ultimate goal. And although some may say the migration is going too slow,
      the reality is exactly the opposite: The Free State Project migration to New
      Hampshire is going exactly as it should. It took migrating socialists 30
      years to take over Vermont and utterly change it. Our migration is exactly
      the opposite: Free State Porcupines are moving to assist the native freedom
      fighters in New Hampshire, to help keep the state the way it has
      traditionally been, a polity of small government, low taxes, and individual
      freedom. Those natives true to the spirit of New Hampshire and its history,
      assisted by the migration of incoming Free Staters, will keep New Hampshire
      the beacon of freedom it has always been...and indeed will ultimately create
      the most free, most creative, most desirable, most prosperous state in the
      USA. Mark my words: You heard them here first! ----Tim Condon


      On Nov 23, 2007 3:07 PM, Denis Goddard <denis.goddard@...> wrote:

      > *Digg It!!!*
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      > http://digg.com/politics/Man_behind_Ron_Paul_money_bomb_is_500th_Free_State_Project_mover
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      > Trevor Lyman, the man behind Ron Paul's record-breaking Nov 5th "money
      > bomb" moved last week to Manchester, NH, from Miami, FL. He is the 500th
      > activist who has moved to New Hampshire as part of the Free State Project.
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