Hannity announced on his radio show today that he’s preparing to leave the highly-taxed liberal mecca of New York, and he’s taking all his money with him. After all, as he pointed out, as a conservative he’s no longer welcome in the state of New York according to Cuomo. So he’s gonna pack up ship and head out:
“Now I want to tell you something – I was born and raised in New York,” Hannity said. “I want you to know that and I can’t wait to get out of here. I really can’t. I don’t want to pay their 10-percent state tax anymore. I live in the second-highest property taxed county in the entire country in Nassau County. I can’t wait to sell my house to somebody who wants it. I can’t wait to pay no state income tax down in Florida or Texas. I haven’t decided yet, but I’m leaning Florida because I like the water and I like to fish.”
You go Sean!
Anyone that has any money in New York should get out as fast as they can.
Good for you, Mr. Hannity. I am sure you will be a welcome addition in whatever state you choose.
We should establish a checkpoint at the NY border and only allow the conservatives to leave. That way we can quarantine what's left of the state to prevent contamination.
I am all for that, keep the liberal Marxists in New York!
YES!!! My husband and I got out 9 months ago. Relocated to Tennessee. No state income tax and the property taxes are 1/3 of what we were paying on a 60 year old house in NYS- here we have a brand new house - yes, at 1/3 the property tax. And NO SNOW!!.
Don't hold your breath, Merissa! I moved to Kentucky thinking there would be no snow, and got very surprised! Yes, it DOES snow in Tennessee--just not in the amounts you are used to in New York!
SC is a good state and very rarely snow ! Of course gets chilly here and there ...due to global warming !
All you have is salt water.
There is plenty of fresh water fishing available in Fla. I applaud Sean Hannity for finally making the decision to get out of NY.
Some of the largest fresh water tournaments in the country are held in Florida, every year.