Why Red States Are Better Places to Live, in One Sentence

November 3, 2015

NRO’s Kevin Williamson remarks,

Driving along Interstate 10 in Houston last week, I saw a wonderful inversion of the familiar urban scene of a sad homeless fellow standing in an underpass with a “Will Work for Food” sign: Houston’s version is guy standing in an underpass holding a placard reading: “General Labor Wanted,” handing out fliers to passers-by looking for work.

You can read the rest of the piece here:

“With Its Bathroom Ordinance, Houston Takes Leave of Its Municipal Senses”

It’s actually a great piece, but it’s not really a piece about that.

2 Responses to “Why Red States Are Better Places to Live, in One Sentence”

  1. Snoodickle Says:

    Houston, strangely, has no zoning laws, which means you can take your family to the local brothel after Sunday service. Maybe it is better to live in red states.

  2. infowarrior1 Says:

    Indicates the progs are invading the Red States as well.

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