Jasper Wrote:"More people were injured in the Texas fertilizer blast and that was more recent, but I guess the news media don't live in a world where that matters as much because there wasn't an OJ Simpson-esque police chase going on."And I have to ask are the state of Texas and her citizens to blame? And are the news media outlets saying the state's governance is to blame? Or are Texans thinking so what if it happens again and again? What is the response out of Texas? Other than what should be respected as grief by us common folks. Let me make it clear that it is sad to me that those people died. And anger provoking that little or nothing is being done about it. In other words will Governor Perry actually do something about zoning problems in Texas? And other regulatory problems in Texas? Or do you guys insist on calling such things police state tactics and run interference for the rich to get richer at the average family's expense?Dave
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