Rick Perry Explains How It’s Done

Post by Gregory of Yardale

Post by Gregory of Yardale

While California considers issuing IOU’s to the suckers who it owes money and faces crippling unemployment and loss of middle class taxpayers, it’s important to remember not all states are basket cases. Half of all new jobs created in the USA in the last decade were created in a single state, Texas. Texas is also running a balanced budget with $9 Billion in the bank. Governor Rick Perry explains the Texas way.

“You keep your taxes low, keep your regulatory climate fair and predictable, a legal system that doesn’t allow for oversuing, and keep a skilled workforce in place. Then get out of the way and let the private sector do what the private sector does best and create jobs and wealth.”

Or, you can do things the Obama/Schwarzeneggar way: Raise taxes high, regulate the hell out of everything in sight, bend over for the plaintiff’s bar, siphon off billions in taxes for unions and other special interest groups, drive skilled workers to lower tax states, and otherwise meddle in the economy in every conceivable way.

Yes, Arnie and Bam-Bam, the secret to economic prosperity is not raising taxes so you can lavish benefits on illegals and unionized public employees.

"They TERKERJERBS!"

"They TERKERJERBS!"

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3 responses to “Rick Perry Explains How It’s Done

  1. cylarz00

    At the risk of bringing up the name “Bush” to a Bush-weary populace (why is that, anyway?)….I hereby nominate Rick Perry for president in ’12. (For the uninitiated, you will recall that Perry replaced Bush when the latter headed off to the WH in 2001.)

    That is, if Palin isn’t running, or prefers to stay on the lower half of a ticket for another cycle.

  2. cylarz00

    Greg…by the way I love your blog. It’s so much more down-to-Earth than some of the other unnamed blogs I frequent…where blogger and regular posters alike indulge far too much in that fancy diction. (It’s like trying to read eighteenth-century writing. Intelligent yes, but also difficult to process.) I can also do without the smarmy sarcasm found on said blogs. I’m really not impressed that some tool has evidently spent a lot of time reading Kant or Chesterton.

    Teh Resistance also is remarkably free of the hate-fest, ignorance, and calls for civil war that I find at yet other unnamed blogs.

    Frankly, I wish you had more readers. Your posts are usually interesting & profound and it would be nice to see 40 comments on the typical post, instead of four. You’ve got to look into ways to get more traffic over here.

    Oh, one last question. Where is “Yardale?”

  3. Aw, thanks Cylar. You make me blush. I envisioned this blog as being more of a collective effort with myself and smart commenters from other blogs. But it’s been hard to attract writers.

    “Gregory of Yardale” was the character in South Park: Bigger Longer and Uncut who led the Resistance. Yardale is a portmanteau of Yale and Harvard.

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