New York (CNNMoney) - Texas Governor Rick Perry says he would kick start economic growth by unleashing the energy industry.
His plan, unveiled Friday, calls for creating 1.2 million jobs by tapping unexplored supplies and loosening regulations on oil and gas producers.
But of course we can screw up the environment immediately....
What a tall Texan tale Perry is spinning here and of course most of it is outright lies. There is nothing leashed that needs to be unleashed. It is the oil companies that have to pull the trigger on investing more money not the President.
What a shock! His energy policy is to drill for more oil and eliminate regulations protecting the environment. A cynical person might think he was obligated to the oil industry... Way to go Rick! Show some innovative spirit and insight! Moron.
"Perry energy jobs may take years to create"
Well duh...there's not a single Republican or Teatroll in office who wants anything to do with anything that would create jobs NOW. I mean, don't be freekin silly...anyone who thinks the GOP is at all interested in doing anything remotely effective for job creation and economic growth prior to November 2012 probably just escaped from a psych ward.
Perry would ruin every acre of land, and make the air so filthy even the animals couldn't breathe it. Any and everything for Big Business. This sounds more like his Tx. Trans Corridor.
Just watched on CNN that presidents, as far back with Nixon, '74 Ford, '75; Carter, '79 Reagan, 85; and HW Busch, '89 and NOTHING has been done yet!! Therefore, Perry, you're talking CRAP along with Cain because you are making empty promises!!
how about tapping your wife's head to see if it echoes? My guess is that it is. After all, she did make an outrageous stement about little Perry losing his job because of Obama. What a joke she is and to this Texas blowhard who doesn't stand a chance of wnning an election against Obama.
I don't care whose jobs plan eventually gets adopted, it's gonna take years to get this stale economy roaring again. And if Congress and the president don't get their act together sooner than later, it will take twice as long.
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