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DerekWills July 8th, 2013 12:52pm

An article in Forbes (link in comments) has suggested that the Texas Miracle is not only real, but when compared to Texas' counterpart, California, it proves just how real it is. Do you think Texas is an ideal model for the nation?

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DerekWills Lone Star Gun Rights
07/08/13 10:09 am

Texas pays out more money than it takes in from the Federal government unlike California which takes in more than it pays out...

DerekWills Lone Star Gun Rights
07/08/13 6:20 am

Sweet dreams Doopy! homo.

mabbou Omaha
07/08/13 10:15 am

Interesting read. Although I think every state needs to create their own model to follow. Texas' might fit some states better than others and its apparent that its working there, but not every state has its qualities and advantages.

duey in a fools paradise
07/08/13 8:02 am

Comparing California to Texas shows what happens when government thinks that everything evolves around it. It unsustainable and you tax yourself out of prosperity. But hey the weather is great in California thats about all thats left.

MadCow Kansas Proud
07/08/13 10:54 pm

When you're comparing yourself to the rest of the country, you don't have complete information. So, you're wrong either way.

MadCow Kansas Proud
07/08/13 11:25 am

It's not an economic analysis, it's a tourism editorial.
Surprising: Texans blindly pimping Texas.

Doopy Remedial Americanism
07/08/13 6:04 am

Well, there's always room for improvement. I'd go into it, but I work nights, and now it's time to sleep.

Squidboy Snarkapottamus
07/08/13 7:35 am

Really good story, thx for sharing. I believe!

MadCow Kansas Proud
07/08/13 9:42 am

It's a biased article: the guy is hawking his book and is vice president of policy at the Texas Public Policy Foundation.

It completely ignores 1) the federal grants and subsidies that allowed the "miracle", and 2) the quality of life comparison.

rightway101 the thought provoker
07/08/13 12:11 pm

I see the approach texas is taking as not perfect but better than most, especially compared to the liberal California approach.

DerekWills Lone Star Gun Rights
07/08/13 3:28 pm

Who is more in depth with knowledge about Texas? Texans or the rest of the country?