I smell old people.I found the stunt.
I saw him claim Rasmussen was the most accurate pollster in 2008 -- they weren't, CNN was.
I saw him claim Texas employed more people over the last ten years than the rest of the country combined -- they didn't. Texas: 1,224,663; rest of the country combined: 1,466,014.
So what "facts" are you talking about?
Last edited by Sheik Yerbuti; 08-21-11 at 09:14 AM.
Oh, my, the shame of it all, by your numbers Rasmussen was number two and I obviously lied by posting other analysis claiming it was number one, i.e.
Then on the jobs number, you posted data showing TX creating 1.223 million jobs and the rest of the country combined, that would be 49 other states creating 1.466 million or 243 thousand difference.
The shame of it all, a true gotcha moment from our resident liberal here who demonizes anyone that dares challenge him. My sincere apology for "misleading" all here by "lying" about Rasmussen being number one as I didn't use Sheik's source, and for my gross error in claiming that the 1.223 million was more than the 1.466 million created by ALL the other states combined. That gross error is absolutely incredible and shows that Perry doesn't deserve to be President. There is no room in this country for anyone that has job gains of that small magnitude.
We all know how much better off we are today than we were when Obama took office. Higher unemployment, net job losses, fewer people employed, meager economic growth. 4 trillion added to the debt, a higher misery index all add up to the Obama utopia that liberals promised when he was elected. Don't know about you but I wish the election were tomorrow so I could go out and vote for Obama just to admit that even though his resume was accurate and showed what he would do, I was wrong in casting my vote for the alternative.
Last edited by Conservative; 08-21-11 at 09:24 AM.
Last edited by Sheik Yerbuti; 08-21-11 at 09:28 AM.
Second the jobs creation in TX has been huge compared to the rest of the nation yet you want to focus on the numbers showing that your source indicates that TX didn't create more jobs than the rest of the nation combined by about 243 thousand. Instead of recognizing the successes in TX you always want to demonize anything that refutes your support for the empty suit in the WH.
The job creation in TX is huge compared to the rest of the nation and that is the point. The population growth in TX is huge compared to the rest of the nation. The number at minimum wage is the highest in the nation which would be the case since the labor force in TX is over 12 million and that puts the percentages within the percentages of the nation. The uninsured in TX is irrelevant because of all the programs available to those without insurance because people in TX have a choice and that seems to bother you and other cult followers. The education system in TX isn't the lowest in the nation but again those kind of polls vary depending on who does the polling. I have seen no data that TX ranks 50th in the nation, but regardless that doesn't seem to be a factor in Fortune 500 companies coming to TX.
So, Sheik, carry on demonizing TX while ignoring the positive that is happening in TX, a positive not duplicated in your state or at the national level. Your empty suit doesn't have numbers to be proud of nor numbers that can be defended thus the best you can do is demonize anyone that points that out.
And when are you going to keep your word? You said you were not going to post to me anymore. What happened to your "divorce agreement?" Did it fall through?
Last edited by Sheik Yerbuti; 08-21-11 at 09:52 AM.
The bottom line is Obama's followers are terrified of Perry
Perry standing there next to a visual showing unempleyment claims trends over the past 3 ****ing years. Just pointing....Perry does not have to say anything. just point at the graphics
Obama is history
Anyone wondering what I'm talking about start here:
The Psychology of Persuasion