Texas, Liberals, and Truth Twisting in the Wind

Posted on January 11, 2011. Filed under: Conservative, government, Politics | Tags: , , , , , |


The 2010 elections saw many changes in the political landscape of Texas.  Liberals moved en masse to Texas.  This was a dedicated effort to make inroads for the Democrat party in a large conservative state.   Liberal blogs sprang up by the dozens.  Social groups were formed in an effort to influence people to be angry toward their state government.  There was a lot of deception used to change conservatives to a rabble rousing crowd. Speakers appeared all over the state working to convince the public, the liberal choices were the best for them.  Disgruntled losers in the primaries became useful tools for the left.   People in Texas had become both scared and angry by the disregard for fiscal responsibility in Washington and these people and groups played upon those emotions for their own gain.

So, what were some of the most egregious symptoms, and how do we combat these groups?

The tactics first became apparent during the 2010 elections.  Washington was in disarray, there was economic uncertainty, high unemployment, and what did the liberals in Texas say was the priority?  Property taxes!   The Titanic is going down and the liberals managed to get tens of thousands in Texas to believe this was the priority.  Yes, let’s argue about the price of the stateroom as the ship is sinking.  This was far from a joke.  Dozens of articles sprang up all over the state, gatherings were held to ratchet up the people’s passion and to distract them from the work at hand.   Don’t I believe property taxes are horrible?  Yes.   Do I believe they are out of control?  Yes.  However, none of this will matter if the Federal Government takes away all of my rights and I am taxed at a Federal Level which causes an inability to pay for the basics such as food.

After the elections, the subterfuge continued by the liberal left.  There were some interesting additions to the propaganda around the state in the late fall.  The next addition of innuendo indicated Texas was not truthful about their unemployment numbers.  The latest diatribe makes allegations that the debt of Texas is much greater than has been reported to the public.

In an effort to put the latest smear campaign to rest, I have spent time investigating the rumor about the debt.  The time had come to discredit these unworthy assaults on our Texas government.   I found an article that perfectly describes how the numbers were obtained for the correct number and gives more information on our budget.  You can access this information at the Texas Public Policy Foundation. This is a non-partisan foundation that focuses on research created by some of the best minds in the country.    The link is here:  http://www.texaspolicy.com/legislativeupdates_single.php?report_id=3460

The leftist bloggers and organizations have tried to tar the reputations of our State Comptroller and others who are instrumental in the operations of our state government. We must boldly question all efforts by the few to destroy the integrity of our state.  What are they after?  The answer is clearly the Texas voter!

“Truth lives on in the midst of deception”  Friedrich Von Schiller

 

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