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Debbie Wasserman Schultz claims that Rick Perry doesn’t deserve credit for creating jobs in Texas

August 15, 2011

  Barack Obama is still refusing to accept any responsibility for the continued economic woes of the United States even in light of the fact that everything he has tried to do has not only failed but has deepened the recession. He is crossing the country on the campaign trail trying to blame the Republicans and George Bush for the fact that the United States economy is still in a funk.

  One state which has felt the effects of this recession less than most is Texas; 40% of all the jobs created in the country since 2009 have been created in Texas alone. Now that Rick Perry has entered the presidential race the Obama regime is quickly moving to discredit Rick Perry while also trying to take credit themselves for the success of Texas.

  Here is what DNC Chair, the “charming” woman with the “dazzling smile” Debbie Wasserman Schultz, had to say after Rick Perry made his candidacy official:

It’s 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 have 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 job creation in Texas is squarely on the shoulders of his policies.

    First, why isn’t Barack Obama taking credit for the rising gas prices since his drilling moratorium and energy policies have led to what is now being credited as a job creator in Texas? And why isn’t he touting his escalation of the war in Afghanistan, as well as his military involvement in Libya as jobs creators? And then there is is stimulus plan which stimulated nothing and turned out to be a giant slush fund to his donors, except apparently in Texas where it was successful if the charming one is to be believed.

  So to sum up the official Democrat position: Barack Obama deserves no blame across the country for today’s economic problems because it is all George Bush’s fault, yet he deserves all the credit for the turn around in Texas. Is it any wonder why his approval rating is now under 40% and nobody takes him seriously anymore?

  Barack Obama wants to have it both ways but I think the American people see through this.

21 Comments leave one →
  1. LD Jackson permalink
    August 15, 2011 8:57 pm

    That figures. The President wants to take the credit for something he had nothing to do with. Why does that not surprise me?


    • August 15, 2011 9:15 pm

      No, it isn’t surprising is it? And I think people are beginning to realize that Barack Obama is a fraud.


  2. August 15, 2011 9:48 pm

    “the “charming” woman with the “dazzling smile”. LOL 🙂
    As I’m sure Perry would say to Obama: “That dog don’t hunt”. And, as the good ol’boys in Missouri were prone to say: “Boy, you can wish in one hand and ffffft in the other and see which one fills up first.”


    • August 16, 2011 6:05 am

      Funny how nobody in the media cared when Obama made that statement about Schultz, isn’t it?
      Obama’s presidency is proof of which hand fills up first.


  3. August 15, 2011 10:09 pm

    That’s amazing those things benefit only Texas.


    • August 16, 2011 6:05 am

      I know huh? And Perry deserves no credit?


  4. August 15, 2011 10:13 pm

    So then, the Porkulus only created jobs in Texas?

    What a moron!


    • August 16, 2011 6:06 am

      It is obvious that these people do not think before they speak. They just throw everything out there knowing that something will stick.


  5. Otis P. Driftwood permalink
    August 15, 2011 10:44 pm

    Every time DWS opens her mouth it makes me ashamed to be from Florida. At least we still have Marco Rubio and Allen West, although lately West has been flirting with the Dark Side.


    • August 16, 2011 6:08 am

      Yeah, you guys are doing pretty well down there; two out of three ain’t bad, right? West’s vote on the debt ceiling is disappointing, but other than that he has done well.


  6. August 16, 2011 12:13 am

    Their back is up against a wall here. The one thing Obama doesn’t want to talk about is the economy because it’s a losing hand. Now he faces a governor whose state has been able to withstand the assault his policies has had on the nation as a whole. When you’re holding a losing hand you have two options to fold or bluff. Wasserman-Schultz has decided to bluff, The problem for her is that most people can see she and her party has a losing hand and they’re calling her bluff. Not good for Obama or the Dems.


    • August 16, 2011 6:09 am

      Any time the economy comes up during this campaign it is going to be a negative for Obama; he simply cannot run on his record here, he will run away from it. Perry makes this very interesting because of the economic success of his state and the Obama regime is very nervous.


  7. toldya permalink
    August 16, 2011 11:00 am

    Please tread carefully concerning Perry, folks. This guy’s past is pretty shady. He issued an executive order to make the vaccine, Gardasil, mandatory in Texas. This vaccine has been causing some devastating neurological damage and even death in young girls. This was all known when he issued the order. He’s been to Bilderberg meetings. If you know anything about these freaks of nature, then you know they’re bad news. Texas has been stealing people’s land to build the (NAFTA) superhighway and selling Texas roads to foreign interests. He was Al Gore’s campaign manager. I strongly believe Perry is a globalist in conservative clothing. I don’t want anybody who tries to force vaccines and sells US property to foreigners getting into the white house. Just my feelings.


    • August 16, 2011 3:57 pm

      OK, *toldya*, I am forced to assume that you possess at least *some* reading skills, take a look at this and try not to pass out at what a fair and balanced report on Perry looks like…

      Seventeen (17) things that critics are saying about Rick Perry

      It’s LONG, and I know your attention span will be challenged but give it a try..


    • August 16, 2011 5:41 pm

      I have some concerns about Perrys past, but being less than thrilled with the current candidates I am going to take a look at him. I am still undecided though.


  8. Lou222 permalink
    August 16, 2011 11:31 am

    Don’t you think you can take pity on those of us from Illinois? The majority of us did not vote for this president. Of course the media has their talking points given to them, they are no longer “real” journalist that report unbiased. Ha! What a laugh they are. Let me say that the people from Illinois are not ALL liberal, in fact most of us “downstaters” are very conservative. The problem is the Chicago Machine and all the voter fraud that takes place. Add that we have Gov. Quinn that just put out the welcome mat for the illegals (yes, I said that nasty word) with the signing of the Illinois version of the Dream Act…what better way to invite them to our beautiful state, along with all the welfare perks you can stand. Back to Obama and what Debbie had to say…yes, give him credit where it is due, but I see very little to be proud of. The other side is what he should take the responsibility for that went bad, there is plenty there, but we won’t see that happen, that is where the media comes in for cover. Don’t you wish for the days when the media held people accountable for their actions? I think that is over and done. I doubt we will ever see that again. Again, good article.


    • August 16, 2011 5:46 pm

      It sounds like Illinois is quite a bit like my southern neighbor, Massachusetts. I will try to have pity on you guys because I can understand what you are up against having watched Massachusetts for so long.


      • Lou222 permalink
        August 21, 2011 9:57 pm

        It is never ending! The corruption in Northern Illinois (Chicago) is massive. The voter fraud has become old hat to them. Now we add in Rahm Emanuel and it gets even worse. Take Mayor Daley out of the picture, send his brother to the White House to replace Rahm and well, it is kept all in the family. Thanks for the understanding, most out of staters just think we get what we vote for, but when you can find boxes of votes in trunks and basements to make up a few extra to win the vote, well, what do you do? Election judge and poll watchers are becoming something that alot of people are getting involved in, which is good, but Chicago is a lost cause. So, we get more of the same-o-same-o. Democratic Governor and looks what happens, we tried to get Bill Brady in, but just a bit short on votes, that is not how it was polled, so, you tell me what happened! All crooks, I tell you.


  9. toldya permalink
    August 16, 2011 7:07 pm

    Thanks for the article, Fred. There’s a lot of opposing information out there concerning some of these subjects. I used to go to RED STATE for news but found them to be lop sided after a while. Sort of an establishment republican apologist site, so to speak. I’m not interested in establishment republican candidates anymore. The writers of any piece that throws around the phrase “conspiracy theorists” (as name calling) pretty much has zero credibility. Anybody who has attended meetings with folks like the Rockefellers, Clintons, Kissinger, Rumsfeld, Bill Gates etc has been in the presence of criminal conspirators. Period. Further more, the attendees don’t just show up to hang out with power players and eat caviar. Think Bill Gates is a good guy for employing all the people he does? Here’s a link for you.

    I don’t want my president hanging out and “eating lunch” with folks like this. It’s pretty much that simple. He’s a globalist. If you support the same types that are Agenda 21 advocates than that’s your choice. Don’t resort to insults because you disagree with me.


  10. November 23, 2011 5:40 pm

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