Re: Michigan leads the nation
posted at 12/11/2012 3:04 PM EST
In response to UserName99's comment:
In response to Sistersledge's comment:
Of the ten states with the HIGHEST POVERTY RATES, eight of them are so-called right to work(for less) states already. They are as follows: Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama, Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Arizona,Tennessee. They fall in the order of highest to lower poverty rates.
Thank you Michigan's gop for firing up the democratic base AGAIN and SO SOON! We won't stand by and watch Michigan freefall to the bottom of that list!
SOLADARITY BROTHERS AND SISTERS of MICHIGAN!
And their neighborhoods and communities suffer from the worst schools in the nation, the most toxic air, soil and water, the worst roads, the most abject poverty. Not coincidentally, these mudholes are the reddest states in the nation.
You really believe these Southern stereotypes spoon fed to you? The "most toxic air"? Really?
"The most abject poverty" is found in the Northern inner cities ruined by decades of failed liberal Democratic policies.....Detroit, Boston, Cleveland, Chicago.
The real mudholes are states like California, Illinois, New York, whose economies are in shambles thanks to liberals looting the public treasury.
Millions have moved from failed liberal states like California, New York and Illinois, and Massachusetts, to move to places with real economic growth.
Right to work state like Texas are booming with ambitious Northern transplants, leaving behind snooty public sector liberals who delude themselves with the idea the South is like it was in 1960...