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Just Because California Is Terrible, that Doesn’t Mean Texas Is Perfect.

Fooling Wrote: Jan 22, 2013 3:17 PM
Recently moved to The Lone Star. There is a very scary possibility of radically liberal change in this state. Middle and further South Texas are leaning Democratic, and there is a large population of Hispanics which will soon (if not already) comprise the majority of Texans. We will, I predict, lurch Left so quickly it will make your head spin. Hell is coming throughout the United States, and it's going to be on wheels : )
talltexanoilfieldtrash Wrote: Jan 22, 2013 6:10 PM
I work with a lot of Hispanics. The ones who work for a living are predominately Conservative, while the ones who can't, or won't keep a job, are more likely to either get drunk and stay home on election day or be too ignorant to know how to vote.

Texas is in much better shape than California. Taxes are lower, in part because Texas has no state income tax.

No wonder the Lone Star State is growing faster and creating more jobs.

And the gap will soon get even wider since California voters recently decided to drive away more productive people by raising top tax rates.

But a key challenge for all governments is controlling the size and cost of bureaucracies.

Government employees are probably overpaid in both...

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