Because most konservatives run at the first sign of trouble, only to find it waiting for them where ever they go.
The populations in these ideal states are already too high and therefore can't be changed politically by a few thousand free-staters.
So you are saying a few thousands free staters are going to change Delaware? Don't be silly!
However, the weather in Delaware isn't nearly as bad as the frozen wastelands of NH, AK, and VT.
LOL, compared to where I'm sitting, Delaware's climate resembles that of a climatically hostile, frozen world....No offense though.....
I pointed this out on another thread, that they wouldn't even be able to do this. However my point is not to agree with them, rather I'm trying to explain to you why they're putting a higher priority on a small population state than one that has good weather. If you don't understand this than perhaps you should just shut up instead of calling others stupid in your posts.
Around the corners of Wyoming I expect to land if that state is chosen, you'll find some houses built with a door on the second floor as a means of dealing with winter drifts.
It's not that way all the time, or even every Winter. But if you do resettle there, you do need to keep the possibility of such things coming your way at times in mind.