Job creation the Texas way vs. the Illinois way

President Barack Obama (D) and his staff have been rightly praised for their effective use of various new social media to get their views out to the public their way.  Slowly, slowly politicians from across the spectrum are also learning to adapt to the new media, to control their narrative.  One of them, Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) is a quick learner.  In four pictures and 20 words he tweeted a summary of Obama's "Middle Class Jobs and Opportunity" traveling carnival road show upon its arrival in Cruz's home state of Texas. 


Cruz later expanded on "the Texas way" of job creation. 

"America is stuck with high unemployment and low GDP growth, so it's encouraging to see the President coming to Austin to talk about jobs -- perhaps he will learn how to create some from the folks who know how," Cruz said in a statement.

"Texas is leading the nation in economic growth and job creation because of principled, conservative leaders who understand the keys to economic success are lower, flatter taxes