Get Yours Free! (Picture of the Day)

by | Dec 26, 2009 | Headline News | 4 comments

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      1. Comments…..That is sooo sweet!!  Gotta love Texas!

      2. As I’ve said before, I do give Obama some credit for at least seeming to be embarassed by the award – i.e., he knows it total BS.

        That being said, this photograph makes me want to move to Texas.

      3. The way things are going in AZ with the govt being broke and all, it might not be a bad idea 🙂

        Arizona Governor Jan Brewer: “We face a state fiscal crisis of unparalleled dimension”

        Of course, Houston, TX is broke too, and I’m pretty sure there are going to be more cities and states that follow.

        Businesses are broke, consumers are broke, state governments are broke, cities are broke… the only entity that seems to have an unlimited supply of cash is the federal govt…

      4. Leave it to a Texan. There is a reason they say “Don’t mess with Texas.” I believe that Texas is the heart and soul of The Union States.

        The reason the federal government isn’t broke is because they’re in bed with the Federal Reserve, a private bank that has been stealing from the citizens of The Union States since its inception. Stop the bleeding: End The Fed.

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