Jobs? Sorry, no, we're busy with this abortion stuff

Having doubled down on his lie of the year, Guvnor Pat keeps trying to insist that he didn't break his campaign promise about abortion. The trouble is, everyone knows he's lying. And the Democrats called him out on his lies.

Democrats have wasted no time jumping on Gov. Pat McCrory’s decision to sign the abortion bill, which triples the required waiting time.

An advertisement is going up on Facebook on Friday claiming that the governor went back on his word by deciding to sign the bill, because when he campaigned for governor he said he would not sign any new abortion restrictions into law. It also says he broke the promise by signing another abortion bill in 2013.

In a failed attempt to shift attention somewhere -- anywhere -- else, the incompetent Little Ricky Diaz would actually prefer that people instead focus on the NC GOP's miserable economy:

"It's clear that the Washington Democrat attack machine wants to discuss anything else except the Republicans’ remarkable success in making North Carolina a top place to do business, cut taxes and turn the state around after failed Democrat leadership," said Ricky Diaz, North Carolina GOP spokesman.

First of all, Ricky, the NC Republican economy continues to swirl downward in the porcelain bowl; and second, it's the NC GOP loons who are focusing all their attention on extremist social issues rather than jobs and the economy.

Nice try, though.

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Hey Ricky!

You did get one thing right: the Republicans certainly have turned the state of North Carolina around.

We're now facing backwards and moving at full speed.

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"I will have a priority on building relationships with the minority caucus. I want to put substance behind those campaign speeches." -- Thom Tillis, Nov. 5, 2014

Ricky Diaz is a ponce

The economy in North Carolina is at best anemic, and a big reason why is consumers simply do not have the income or low enough debt burden to engage in commerce. We're not investing in people or economic development, and we're strangling the public services that might attract outside investment.

It's a recipe for failure, and anybody who thinks we're doing the right things doesn't know jack about growing the economy.

NC economy

Pat brags every time he adds 2 or 3 jobs. The vast majority of jobs added in the last year have been very low paying jobs -- some barely above poverty level wages.

The NC economy is going 'round the bowl and down the hole.

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"I will have a priority on building relationships with the minority caucus. I want to put substance behind those campaign speeches." -- Thom Tillis, Nov. 5, 2014

Did McCrory lie, and break a

Did McCrory lie, and break a campaign promise?

You bet your cookies he lied.