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Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott has a message for New York gun owners: Come to Texas, and bring your guns with you.

(Reuters) - Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott has a message for New York gun owners: Come to Texas, and bring your guns with you.

"Texas is better than New York, and New York just gave us another excuse to say that," Abbott, a Republican, said on Thursday, after ads extolling Texas appeared on several media websites.

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, a Democrat, signed sweeping gun-control legislation earlier this week expanding the state's ban on assault weapons and putting limits on ammunition capacity in the wake of last month's school shootings in Connecticut.

Abbott, a possible candidate for governor of Texas in next year's election, used campaign money to buy ads on websites of news organizations in New York City and Albany.

One ad says in classic Western script: "WANTED: Law abiding New York gun owners seeking lower taxes and greater opportunities."

Clicking on the ad leads to a Facebook page touting the virtues of Texas, including the fact that the state has no income tax so "you'll be able to keep more of what you earn and use that extra money to buy more ammo."

http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/01/17/us-usa-guns-texas-idUSBRE...

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No offense meant but Because of the high cost and taxes Many have left NY & NJ, I would never want to live in those liberal states

Fortunately, those who do choose to take that offer seriously share the same mindset that most Texans do.  Why do I get the feeling that the Republic of Texas may be the last bastion of freedom in our coming future?

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