Top CEOs Rank the Best and Worst States to Do Business In

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    Who better to know then CEOs of top US companies where the best places to do business in? Not even liberals can refute that point.

    The Top Five (shocker they are all conservative states):
    (1) Texas - Has been at the top forever.
    (2) North Carolina
    (3) Florida
    (4) Georgia
    (5) Tennessee

    The Bottom Five (Shocker they are all liberal Hell Holes):
    (1) California - The Greece of America! The worst place to do business in America!
    (2) New York
    (3) Michigan
    (4) New Jersey
    (5) Massachusetts
     
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    If liberal polices worked so well, then why won't CEOs rank blue states as the best to work in.

    I mean creating jobs is the key correct? Would any liberal argue against that? Heck all I hear from every Democrat running for political office right now, is my focus will be on job creation. However, Democrats follow the tax, spend and regulate policies of the bottom feeders listed in the OP! Therefore, their focus won't be on job creation!

    I am not sure how any liberal can honestly say that liberal ideology creates prosperity and job growth, when most liberal states are the bottom feeders in job and economic growth and the most conservative states are at the top in job and economic growth.

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    Don't forget to look at criteria number 2 - Workforce quality. Are liberals in general more lazy than conservatives? One could make the inference! :lol:
     
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    I'd be interested in seeing the UE rates of the states listed...
     
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    Arkansas ranked #35. Go Arkansas! :lol:
     
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    What a moron, seriously? Why would any business love more regulation? All these companies want less regulation. CEOs are biased and prefer places where they can make the most money.
     
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    (11) IN - Red
    (12) DL - First Blue state, however, this is the incorporation capital of the US. More states in INC in DL then any other state, so its not that blue on corporate matters.
    (13) SD - Red
    (14) AL - Red
    (15) UT - Red
    (16) ID - Red
    (17) ND - Red
    (18) NH - Purple (Mixed), some might include it as blue
    (19) IW - Red
    (20) WY - Red
    (21) KS - Red
    (22) OK - Red
    (23) KY - Red
    (24) OR - Second Blue State - Bravo
    (25) AK - Red

    Whats the tally here 21 of top 25 are RED, 2 Purple, 2 Blue (unless you consider NH Blue then 3 blue and 1 purple)!

    I think the thrend is clear. Job and economic growth is clearly favored by conservative policies!

    US Best and Worst States For Business - 2009, CHIEF EXECUTIVE
     
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    See the liberal thinking is always corporations and businesses are bad. What is good for them must be bad for us. However, corporations equate to JOBS. Jobs equate to economic prosperity. Its not too hard to understand that the best states to do business is a very POSITIVE THING!
     
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    Obama liberal-hell-hole home state of Illinois just missed the bottom 5 by 1 coming in at 46! Ouch!
     
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