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    Re: Texas Trumps Governor Moonbeam

    Quote Originally Posted by head of joaquin View Post
    California has the 11th largest economy on the planet, and the highest GDP of any state, by a long shot. Texas is a distant and fading second -- its policies of disenfranchising millions of hispanics and denying basic public education in order for Republicans to eek out a few more elections before the GOP goes extinct there, has doomed it to second rate status.
    Yes, witness the flow of hispanics on interstate I-10 leaving Texas seeking refuge in Calyfornee,the single greatest financial catastrophy in the union (with no way out by the way) and the gang capital of the nation.
    It's nothing more than X's and O's.

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    Re: Texas Trumps Governor Moonbeam

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    Texas Trumps Governor Moonbeam - John Fund - National Review Online



    I wouldn't count California out just yet. Although it seems that they have truly painted themselves into a corner they have proven to be agile and inventive in the past.

    Nevertheless, it does the heart good to see the blue model of state government trashed in such a straightforward fashion.
    If California was being trashed, why is Texas the one trying to convince businesses that have already willingly choose to operate in California to leave for Texas? Seems like the real successful state wouldn't need to advertise.

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    Re: Texas Trumps Governor Moonbeam

    Quote Originally Posted by Wiseone View Post
    Seems like the real successful state wouldn't need to advertise.
    That's not true, advertisement for ANY industry, company, or state is key regardless if they are successful or not. The key is not only to be the top, but to stay on top as well. Advertisment is a big portion of that.

    Just take a look at how many successful companies out there pay millions for Super Bowl commercials, although I will say most of those commercials sucked this year.

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