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Graph of the Day

"Of the top 20 states in population, Texas is the only state to have added jobs over the past four years," the Willisms blog notes:

Some of the smaller states have added jobs, as well-- those states are almost entirely not just Republican red states, but governed by actual conservatives, too.

There's a blueprint, folks. Don't expect Democrats to follow it.

Indeed™. As Jonah Goldberg asked with tongue firmly in cheek last month, "if Obama’s policies are responsible for job creation, shouldn’t we be seeing some more uniform job growth across the whole country? Why is the job-creator-in-chief so playing favorites in Texas?"

Heh. No wonder the president works so hard to disguise his obvious loyalty towards Texas Gov. Rick Perry.

(H/T: Maggie's Farm.)