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DWS: Ten year incumbent Governor Perry deserves no credit for job creation in Texas

Of course, that distinction belongs to President 39%, who deserves all the credit:

“There is a dramatic contrast with the governor of Texas” when it comes to his record versus the president’s on job creation,” Wasserman Schultz said. “Not the least of which is that it is extremely difficult for him to deserve credit for that job creation when you have rising gas prices that created oil jobs that he had nothing to do with, when you had military spending as a result of two wars that created military jobs that he had nothing to do with, when you have the Recovery Act championed by President Obama that created jobs in Texas that he had nothing to do with.”

[…] “So it is way overblown to suggest that the job creation in Texas is squarely on the shoulders of [Perry’s] policies.”

Democrats, apparently, are born liars.  If the Democrat party wants to campaign on the stimulus bill to scream about all of the wonderful jobs they have created, then so be it.  Try selling that to the American people for the next 15 months.

Meanwhile here’s Ms. Shultz  in Iowa this past weekend, preaching to getting booed by the Democratic faithful:


If I was a Democrat, with unemployment over 9%, a historic downgrade of our country’s credit, a stalling economy with little or no growth, I wouldn’t exactly be too confident in my party’s outlook right about now.    And having this uninspiring moonbat representing the party wouldn’t be helping matters.

[H/T: Memeorandum]

  1. Scott Kalbach
    August 23, 2011 at 7:53 PM

    What kind of economics did this lady learn? “Rising gas prices created oil jobs”? Really? The last time I sat in an economic class, we clearly learned that supply and demand fuel jobs. If prices climb, demand tends to fall. When demand falls, jobs are diminished. I would love for DWS to explain how higher gas prices results in jobs. But then of course, this is the same bunch that argues food stamps add a buck eighty to the economy for every dollar spent. Bad logic when there is no consideration fro how much it cost the public to get that dollar of food stamp the the person’s hand.

  2. August 24, 2011 at 12:01 PM

    Thanks for posting Scott. Your last sentence says it all. The left doesn’t deal in logic, especially with regards to economics.

  1. August 17, 2011 at 7:05 PM

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