Blue wave

The News & Observer - - Opinion -

In 1982 I left my home state of New Jer­sey be­cause I got tired of liv­ing in a blue state de­fined by taxes and cor­rup­tion. To­day, New Jer­sey is still a blue state, taxes are still through the roof and politi­cians are still cor­rupt.

When I moved to the com­mon sense state of North Carolina, lit­tle did I know what would hap­pen. The Yan­kee wave fol­lowed me, and I mean the blue Yan­kee wave. Be­cause of this wave, North Carolina will never be the same.

Repub­li­cans lost in North Carolina for two rea­sons. First, Demo­cratic Yan­kees who are flood­ing our state in record num­bers, and the in­doc­tri­na­tion of our col­lege stu­dents. North Carolina is no longer a great place to live. – Wayne R. Muller Angier

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