Rick Perry To Andrew Cuomo: You Wish New York’s ‘Economic Climate’ Was Like Texas: via HuffPost

Rick Perry To Andrew Cuomo: You Wish New York’s ‘Economic Climate’ Was Like Texas: via HuffPost http://huff.to/VzL4rh

Yeah I’m sure there’s nothing that Cuomo would like more than a state of minimum wage workers and illegals driving the economy.

Nobody would have any money so housing prices would plummet to affordable levels.

Somehow though I think that destroying New York’s economy so that it would be as weak as Texas would get people really stoked.

Being governor of Texas is the easiest gig in the world. 

It was the only thing ever that Bush Jr didn’t screw up.

First Bush, now Perry- it’s like the republican’s special olympics farm team to the white house.

New york is the financial center of the world.

Texas is huge, heavily populated, but is lagging badly except to the extent it is propped up by oil.

That’s an unearned windfall.  You can’t credit a disproportionate amount of oil in the ground to your superior management ability.

New York has SFA and it’s the financial center of the world.  How’s that for having your s–t together?

True, most of the jobs created in the country in the past few years have been minimum wage, below poverty line, below subsistence jobs with no benefits, in Texas.

I’m missing something here.  Unless you’re a sadistic psychopath that’s reason for pity or horror, not envy. 

Millions of lives destroyed.  Senselessly.  In what should be the richest state in the nation.

Maybe we should go easy on him though, he might be the only governor who can’t count to three.

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