Thursday, August 13, 2009

Texas, Our Texas. . .

Found the chart above on Andrew Sullivan's The Daily Dish (August 3, 2009).

No surprises at all.

We see the reality back of the data.

Texas is really a great place to live and work. . .for some of us.

For others, well, it's definitely a tale of "two states," worked out, at least 1from our perspective, in the cities.

We must find ways to change the trajectory of our public policy with a clear view to the sufferings of our low-income neighbors.

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