States with the slowest recoveries
While much of the focus has been on unemployment, jobs are not the only factor determining how states have fared since the recession.
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COME TO TEXAS WHERE THE PEOPLE ARE FRIENDLY AND LOVE TO SEE EVERYONE MAKE MONEY. WE DO NOT CARE WHAT COLOR YOU ARE OR YOUR RELIGION. WE HA A LOT OF OIL AND NEED A LOT OF HELP GETTING IT OUT. YOU WILL BE TREATED LIKE A HUMAN AND APPRECIATED IN TEXAS. THIS COUNTRY HAS
GONE TO HELL IN A HAT BASKET. OBAMS IS A TOTAL IDIOT WHO SUPPORTS ONLY THE ISLAM COUNTRIES
AND THE BLACKS. YOU CALL THIS A FAIR PRESIDENT? IF WE DO NOT DO SOMETHING TO STOP THIS IDIOT, WE CAN KISS OUR **** GOODBYE. HE HAS ALREADY DESTROYED OUR COUNTRY, I CAN ONLY IMAGINE WHAT THE TOTAL IDIOT PLANS TO DO IN THE NEXT FOUR YEARS. SOUNDS ,LIKE BETTER LEARN HOW TO SPEAK ISLAM, HE HE PROBABLY TRY TO CHANGE THIS TO THE COUNTRY LANGUAGE. THIS COUNTRY IS IN SAD **** SHAPE AND IF WE THE THRU AMERICAN PEOPLE DO NOT TAKE A STAND AND DO IT QUICK, WERE SCREWED TO THE WALL. DO NOT BELIEVE ME, LOOK AT HITLER AND STALIN. YOU BETTER OPEN YOU EYES AND SEE WHAT IS HAPPENING.
bullcrap! where is all the democrat run states that are broke and in debt and have high crime and unemployment and big unions?????
msn is as bias and obama loving with it's left side propaganda stories than pmsnbc!
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