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In reality, Rick Scott has already given us a good look at the true state of New York. He did it in Tallahassee on Tuesday when he made a direct pitch to New Yorkers.

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We want you to keep more of the money you make, because we understand its your money, Scott continued. We want your businesses to grow and succeed. We want to compete globally and win. Over the next four years, I will be traveling to your states personally to recruit you here.

I have a message today to the people of New York, Illinois, California, Pennsylvania and others: Move to Florida! said Scott.

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Not yet a year into his first term, Andrew Cuomo put it this way: You are kidding yourself if you think you can be one of the highest-taxed states in the nation, have a reputation for being anti-business and have a rosy economic future.

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Lets hope we see the return of this Gov. Cuomo in his second term so New York can give Gov. Scott a run for our money.

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There was a time when our governor also spoke about the dangers of growing government, crushing taxes and an anti-business environment.

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Recent Census numbers showing Florida has just passed New York in population suggests increasingly the answer is No!

At his second inauguration ceremony, Florida Gov. Rick Scott, right, is congratulated by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Texas Gov. Rick Perry.

This isnt the first time. Scotts been here several times in the last four years, asking business owners, Do you like paying higher taxes to do business in New York?

Technically, Gov. Cuomo will deliver the annual State of the State Address two weeks from now.

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