Obama Going To Texas To Talk About Job Creation; Ted Cruz Offers Advice; Cruz’s Great Tweet On Obama’s Job Creation Past

Do you really think President Obama is capable of learning anything about job creation by a trip to Texas? Republican Senator Ted Cruz is offering some advice. From TDC:

Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz welcomed President Obama to Texas Thursday, where Obama is scheduled to begin his “Middle Class Jobs and Opportunity Tour,” by highlighting Texas’ job record in comparison with the administration’s.

“America is stuck with high unemployment and low GDP growth, so it’s encouraging to see the President coming to Austin to talk about jobs — perhaps he will learn how to create some from the folks who know how,” Cruz said in a statement.

“Texas is leading the nation in economic growth and job creation because of principled, conservative leaders who understand the keys to economic success are lower, flatter taxes, limited government and restrained spending,” he added. “Texas has shown the country how it’s done, and we hope the President will take some of these lessons back to Washington to bring true economic recovery to our nation.”

Here in California we see what the Democrat solution is and it is not helping. Obama would probably like to turn Texas into California and make more people dependent on the government.

UPDATE:

About President Obama's visit to Texas today... http://t.co/KE0tNrpB6H
@SenTedCruz
Senator Ted Cruz

Ted Cruz Jabs Obama

Ouch.

 

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One thought on “Obama Going To Texas To Talk About Job Creation; Ted Cruz Offers Advice; Cruz’s Great Tweet On Obama’s Job Creation Past

  1. No doubt obummer is really going down there to see what those Texans are doing to try to ruin this nation, and then he'll go back to DC to pass a law that "them thar Texans can't do that ther kind of stuff to my liberal agenda"

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