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It's possibly true, except for the fact, that if they're okay with high taxes, they'll just stay
where they are. 

Most of them, NYC metro migrants to NC excepted, understand the impact of doing it the way we did it
in ____. So, they eschew some of the things that bloated their tax bills. 

Since moving won't help them offload their tax burden on others, maybe they'll just stop asking for
higher taxes.