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Thanks, Governor Daugaard! South Dakota is a great place for business and families.
Liberal politics are the sure way to bankruptcy, you only have to look at California and New York
HHHHHHHHHHHhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhmmmmmmmmm...common theme here...ALL have Republican Governors and if I'm not mistaken are also pretty heavily represented by Republican legislatures.
So much for all those idiot loud-mouths from Califckya trying to tell us how "great" their sewage pit is for businesses! LOL!!!
The red states are the ones recovering (or the ones that suffered least) from this mess created by Bawney Fwanks, Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi and their feeble attempts at "leadership"! Take note America...and make the necessary changes!
Remember...BEFORE Reid & Pelosi took over the Congress...unemployment was BELOW 6% across the country, and in some places was BELOW 4%! Further...the improvements in the job market we have had so far...did NOT begin until the Republicans took control of the House of Representatives.
Don't take my word for it...look it up! Those are FACTS!
Proof Obama and the Democrats have no plan for job Growth. Just Unions! and More Food Stamp Voters, It's like Jackson and Sharpton, only come out of their hole in the ground when they can put a racist twist on something. They keep it alive so they'll have a say in their little world. Obama and the Democrats are the same with food stamps, welfare and cell phones. Buy voters and keep them dependent on government support paid for by the hard working American trying to get ahead.
Unions and Obama need to go.....
What do all have in common, forget the Republick and Dumbocrat thing, yea that is important. But they don't have the hug single moms windfall welfare payments, and the tons of lack of public service workers union members. Here in the once great state of NY, our teachers, cops make over 100k per year, the single moms make around 80k in benefits if she had to work full time. So if your in those states don't fall for the line more police will make you safer, no it will not. More teachers making phat stack of cash will make your kids smarter, nopt, just visit NY city to see it doesn't. And pay single moms to pop another kid out, all along as her man lays up in the crib waitin on her to bring that booty home so he can lay more pipe, will also make your state broke. Hopw this help the rest of the country, to late for NY, we are dead broke.
Isn't it pretty interesting, each of these 6 states are run by Republicans. The Democrats could not run a popsicle stand without adding a huge business tax and scaring away anyone just thinking about it.
I love living in Texas. South Dakota is a very beautiful state as well. In fact, Iv'e been to all the states on the list and enjoyed everyone of them.
Side Note: I love the replies to the comments by the obama-supporting idiots. No matter the facts, they just have to try and defend the left wing.
All the best states for business ( and attracting JOBS) are REPUBLICAN run states! This country could benefit with Republican leadership. All Democratically run cities are going bankrupt here, and so is this country. Vote the Dems out!
Wake up America...
Politics can block a punt...
They take money... ( and print it )
Capitalist earn it...
ONLY they make touch downs...
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