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And the chalk talk tonight a red state blue state confrontation if you will the Wall Street Journal reporting this week that.
Only fourteen of the country's 100.
Fourteen out of a hundred of the country's largest cities.
Have more jobs now then before the recession now that's that's extraordinary we've got a ways -- -- don't -- Well we've -- out those cities where you're here and you don't want.
This is pretty amazing six of those fourteen cities are in the red state of Texas.
There -- Austin San Antonio.
Let's just check -- as we go.
I don't know if you can tell but that's supposed to be red Austin though San Antonio.
El Paso and McAllen.
Dallas Texans Houston.
I'd be pretty impressive what about the rest well.
Omaha Nebraska Oklahoma City Salt Lake City Pittsburgh Knoxville.
And every once -- a -- around.
Don't even -- blue state governor gets it right Democrats probably sweating this why don't worry San Jose cal.
We've got that to work where San Jose California in a state with a democratic government that's kind of exciting.
And of Washington DC made the list -- -- has a democratic mayors are we we're giving them to.
Border states meanwhile.
Are also reports -- a growing number.
Of states are ending this fiscal year with not deficits and -- it's hard to imagine.
But with surpluses.
Now home -- them of course is the state of Texas Texas is projecting an eight point eight billion.
Eight at eighteen billion dollar surplus it has.
-- Republican governor.
-- and I think what is it Perry Rick area through.
And North Dakota it's projecting a one point six billion dollar surplus -- oil and gas boom there.
About energy independence.
North Dakota has a Republican governor.
It's expecting a billion dollar surplus for the current fiscal -- it has a Republican governor Wisconsin a very famous Republican governor projecting almost a half million dollar.
Budget surplus government Scott Walker there.
I don't know projecting an 800 million dollar surplus and yes another Republican governor tennis city.
Little over half a billion dollar surplus.
And in the state of Tennessee.
-- -- Republican governor of Florida.
Not quite half 437.
Million dollars in surplus again a Republican governor.
And you know I just wanna give them the shy about it -- -- state of California the only blue state.
On track in the year are you ready with a surplus.
Now EU it's only 36 million dollars but you know while.
-- surpluses a surplus and the state auditor says California has a negative net worth though.
Of a 127.
Billion dollars but you don't want a negative network -- 127.
Billion in California.
And I know it's only 36 million dollar surplus.
But you know you've got to give them credit for trying and they tried that kind of actual surplus.
It but if you can see that red blue thing.
And isn't working out so well for fiscal responsibility.
And job creation is it.
I think the red states -- more than just a little.
If -- point.
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