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June 16, 2011

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Matthew Reynolds

In the recent past Texas has created 38% of all of the jobs in the USA.They have measures in place to keep taxes & spending low with light regulatory burdens and to keep law-suits down to a minimum.These do not change incessantly and thus make for a stable economy.

In short the USA should become en-mass more like Texas so that economic growth can be fostered.President Obama has the exact opposite policy agenda to that which Governor Rick Perry is following in Texas.It is scary just how the USA is facing a Second Great Depression thanks to the hard-left policies of this administration.

If Gov Perry can manage massive job growth at the state level then perhaps he can do it all across the USA ?

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