Skip to comments.Gov. Rick Perry on KFI Los Angeles - luring businesses from California to Texas
Posted on 03/18/2014 3:16:23 PM PDT by doug from upland
After 330pm Pacific Daylight Savings Time, Gov. Rick Perry on with KFI's John and Ken.
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It’ll turn blue
Yes, it is a fools errand, he will end up with Liberal Locust. Sometimes it is better when people come into the church if you will on their own, not being out on the stump trying to sell your wares is a better way to go. IMHO Ohio, Michigan, or Indiana would be much more fertile ground without the risk of Locust....
While he’s out there, he can tell everyone to support Boxer & Feinstein just like he did with McConnell...
Rick, your slip is showing...
You Rick, be careful who you invite to Texas they may be contagious. Next ting you know this guy will be endorsing Mitch McConnel... oh wait he already did....
Perry is advertising heavily in the San Diego market. I see him on commercials during Fox news and I hear him on local conservative radio talk shows. He is aiming at business owners who want to expand. He is targeting the productive class of Californians.
Impossible, they all left and only illegals and whackos are left. He's just looking for businesses, any business who'll pay more taxes to state government.
The bigger and more crowded ya get, the more taxes and control government wants. And it's never enough though.
In reality, CA should have the lowest taxes of any state...But the more populated the state gets, the greedy in government want more and more of the pie....History shows, for governemnt at all levels, this is nothing new. They more they get, the more they want....Human nature.
Big biz attracts everything...No just good little workers who go to church and have neatly kept front yards....
Yeah, he’s been paying for ads on KFBK (Rush’s original station in Sacramento) for weeks now!
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