10.07.11

Carter continues to push false economic argument

Posted in Around The Nation, District 31, The Economy at 10:17 pm by wcnews

While we continue to suffer through long-term unemployment Rep. John Carter (R-Round Rock) continues to insist on attempting to waste Congress’ time on a non-issue.  Carter would like us to believe that after three plus decades of government regulation rollbacks the problem with our economy is too much regulation. Economists on the right, Misrepresentations, Regulations and Jobs, and left, Regulatory uncertainty: A phony explanation for our jobs problem, agree that Carter is way off base.

2 Comments »

  1. mdulaney said,

    October 9, 2011 at 8:52 am

    “Judge” Carter accepts a legislative salary, staffing budget, travel expenses and will, upon his retirement, enjoy a generous, additional pension, to function as a Republican Party “Operative”. He has pledged to his supporters (two out of every three voters in the Texas 31st District) to use his office (and taxpayer funded staff) to work to create a “Permanent Republican Majority” in the House of Representatives.

    Pretty sweet deal.

  2. wcnews said,

    October 10, 2011 at 8:51 am

    That’s right between the gument dole (worked his whole life for the it) and his Exxon-Mobil stock (received from his parents) Carter will have a pretty sweet retirement.

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