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Posted: 9/29/2011 5:17:08 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 9/29/2011 5:20:19 PM EDT by Melvinator2k0]
For those of you who think Perry is ultra popular among Texas Republicans, you are misguided. Perry's performance as Governor has been less than impressive among Texas Republicans. This was realized last year in the Texas Republican Primary, where Perry barely held onto a majority despite running against piss poor candidates. This wasn't always the case in previous primaries, however.

In 2002 Perry received 100% of the votes in the gubernatorial primary, and in 2006 he received 84% of the votes. Contrast that to the 2010 primary where he only received 51% of the votes, while Kay Bailey Hutchison got 30% and Deborah Medina got 19%. Hutchison voted for the bailout bills in late 2008 and was considered to be a RINO. Medina admitted to questioning the official 9/11 story on Glen Beck. Perry should have destroyed these candidates in the primary, but he narrowly missed a runoff election.

In my opinion, this is concrete evidence Perry's image as a good conservative candidate will not last much longer. He isn't as popular in Texas as some outsiders might think.
Link Posted: 9/29/2011 5:18:01 PM EDT
Yep, stick a fork in him.... he's done.
Link Posted: 9/29/2011 5:19:20 PM EDT
Link Posted: 9/29/2011 5:21:14 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 9/29/2011 5:22:36 PM EDT by RhinelandArms]
I think you are reading that wrong.

Kay Baily is very, very popular. It was a tuff choice but the state is still solidly standing behind him. Considering we have by far the best economic climate at this time, I have no intention of knocking him. Hes not perfect, but who is?
Link Posted: 9/29/2011 5:21:43 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Bama-Shooter:
Originally Posted By Melvinator2k0:
For those of you who think Perry is ultra popular among Texas Republicans, you are misguided. Perry's performance as Governor has been less than impressive among Texas Republicans. This was realized last year in the Texas Republican Primary, where Perry barely held onto a majority despite running against piss poor candidates. This wasn't always the case in previous primaries, however.

In 2002 Perry received 100% of the votes in the gubernatorial primary, and in 2006 he received 84% of the votes. Contrast that to the 2010 primary where he only received 51% of the votes, while Kay Bailey Hutchison got 30% and Deborah Medina got 19%. Hutchison voted for the bailout bills in late 2008 and was considered to be a RINO. Medina admitted to questioning the official 9/11 story on Glen Beck. Perry should have destroyed these candidates in the primary, but he narrowly missed a runoff election.

In my opinion, this is concrete evidence Perry's image as a good conservative candidate will not last much longer. He isn't as popular in Texas as some outsiders might think.


Wasn't she the Ron Paul/Alex Jones endorsed candidate?
I'm not sure. Despite her 9/11 moonbattery, she was the only candidate I could stand to vote for.

Link Posted: 9/29/2011 5:24:47 PM EDT
Link Posted: 9/29/2011 5:27:12 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Bama-Shooter:
Originally Posted By Melvinator2k0:

Originally Posted By Bama-Shooter:
Originally Posted By Melvinator2k0:
For those of you who think Perry is ultra popular among Texas Republicans, you are misguided. Perry's performance as Governor has been less than impressive among Texas Republicans. This was realized last year in the Texas Republican Primary, where Perry barely held onto a majority despite running against piss poor candidates. This wasn't always the case in previous primaries, however.

In 2002 Perry received 100% of the votes in the gubernatorial primary, and in 2006 he received 84% of the votes. Contrast that to the 2010 primary where he only received 51% of the votes, while Kay Bailey Hutchison got 30% and Deborah Medina got 19%. Hutchison voted for the bailout bills in late 2008 and was considered to be a RINO. Medina admitted to questioning the official 9/11 story on Glen Beck. Perry should have destroyed these candidates in the primary, but he narrowly missed a runoff election.

In my opinion, this is concrete evidence Perry's image as a good conservative candidate will not last much longer. He isn't as popular in Texas as some outsiders might think.


Wasn't she the Ron Paul/Alex Jones endorsed candidate?
I'm not sure. Despite her 9/11 moonbattery, she was the only candidate I could stand to vote for.



Yeah, I'm pretty sure she was endorsed by Ron Raul and made a lot appearance on Alex Jones.


Well birds of a feather and their supporters and all that.
Link Posted: 9/29/2011 5:28:15 PM EDT
Yup stick a shovel in him it's over..I heard his cellphone ringtone is the Mexican national anthem..I also heard he dated Nancy Pelosi when he was in college. Stick a coke can in him it's over. He also is secretly plotting to turn America into a socialist nation..
Link Posted: 9/29/2011 5:28:21 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Melvinator2k0:
For those of you who think Perry is ultra popular among Texas Republicans, you are misguided. Perry's performance as Governor has been less than impressive among Texas Republicans. This was realized last year in the Texas Republican Primary, where Perry barely held onto a majority despite running against piss poor candidates. This wasn't always the case in previous primaries, however.

In 2002 Perry received 100% of the votes in the gubernatorial primary, and in 2006 he received 84% of the votes. Contrast that to the 2010 primary where he only received 51% of the votes, while Kay Bailey Hutchison got 30% and Deborah Medina got 19%. Hutchison voted for the bailout bills in late 2008 and was considered to be a RINO. Medina admitted to questioning the official 9/11 story on Glen Beck. Perry should have destroyed these candidates in the primary, but he narrowly missed a runoff election.

In my opinion, this is concrete evidence Perry's image as a good conservative candidate will not last much longer. He isn't as popular in Texas as some outsiders might think.

Hard to believe, but around his hometown, he's despised by many (my wife is from there). Now for perspective, consider that those folks are primarily ranchers and farmers who like their gubmint subsidy checks. Out there, once a Democrat changes to a Republican, he'll become as popular as a child molester in the eyes of those receiving those checks. As my mother in law will say, it's just plain ugly the things some of those folks will say about Rick Perry, and I'm sure many that in many other rural parts of the state, they say those things, too.

Link Posted: 9/29/2011 5:31:24 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Bama-Shooter:
Originally Posted By Melvinator2k0:
For those of you who think Perry is ultra popular among Texas Republicans, you are misguided. Perry's performance as Governor has been less than impressive among Texas Republicans. This was realized last year in the Texas Republican Primary, where Perry barely held onto a majority despite running against piss poor candidates. This wasn't always the case in previous primaries, however.

In 2002 Perry received 100% of the votes in the gubernatorial primary, and in 2006 he received 84% of the votes. Contrast that to the 2010 primary where he only received 51% of the votes, while Kay Bailey Hutchison got 30% and Deborah Medina got 19%. Hutchison voted for the bailout bills in late 2008 and was considered to be a RINO. Medina admitted to questioning the official 9/11 story on Glen Beck. Perry should have destroyed these candidates in the primary, but he narrowly missed a runoff election.

In my opinion, this is concrete evidence Perry's image as a good conservative candidate will not last much longer. He isn't as popular in Texas as some outsiders might think.


Wasn't she the Ron Paul/Alex Jones endorsed candidate?



Granted that all occurred last year so my memory may be getting a bit fuzzy right now but, IIRC, you are correct (at least about jones––-I'm not sure about paul because I don't remember the details all that well).
Link Posted: 9/29/2011 5:37:03 PM EDT
Originally Posted By NAKED-GUNMAN:
Yup stick a shovel in him it's over..I heard his cellphone ringtone is the Mexican national anthem..I also heard he dated Nancy Pelosi when he was in college. Stick a coke can in him it's over. He also is secretly plotting to turn America into a socialist nation..


I'm sure he's our Saviour and Messiah, just like George W. Bush was.

Yeah, that worked out real great.
Link Posted: 9/29/2011 5:37:20 PM EDT
How many of that 49% do you think hated him so much that they voted for Bill White in the general election?
Link Posted: 9/29/2011 5:38:39 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Dragracer:
Yep, stick a fork in him.... he's done.


Unfortunately I think the first post wins again....

The guy has been a disappointment lately in debates.
Link Posted: 9/29/2011 5:39:29 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 9/29/2011 5:39:38 PM EDT by Melvinator2k0]

Originally Posted By NAKED-GUNMAN:
Yup stick a shovel in him it's over..I heard his cellphone ringtone is the Mexican national anthem..I also heard he dated Nancy Pelosi when he was in college. Stick a coke can in him it's over. He also is secretly plotting to turn America into a socialist nation..

Herman Cain is a better conservative and he is leading Perry by 10% in the latest poll. What exactly is your attraction to Perry?
Link Posted: 9/29/2011 5:41:00 PM EDT
Originally Posted By geegee:
Originally Posted By Melvinator2k0:
For those of you who think Perry is ultra popular among Texas Republicans, you are misguided. Perry's performance as Governor has been less than impressive among Texas Republicans. This was realized last year in the Texas Republican Primary, where Perry barely held onto a majority despite running against piss poor candidates. This wasn't always the case in previous primaries, however.

In 2002 Perry received 100% of the votes in the gubernatorial primary, and in 2006 he received 84% of the votes. Contrast that to the 2010 primary where he only received 51% of the votes, while Kay Bailey Hutchison got 30% and Deborah Medina got 19%. Hutchison voted for the bailout bills in late 2008 and was considered to be a RINO. Medina admitted to questioning the official 9/11 story on Glen Beck. Perry should have destroyed these candidates in the primary, but he narrowly missed a runoff election.

In my opinion, this is concrete evidence Perry's image as a good conservative candidate will not last much longer. He isn't as popular in Texas as some outsiders might think.

Hard to believe, but around his hometown, he's despised by many (my wife is from there). Now for perspective, consider that those folks are primarily ranchers and farmers who like their gubmint subsidy checks. Out there, once a Democrat changes to a Republican, he'll become as popular as a child molester in the eyes of those receiving those checks. As my mother in law will say, it's just plain ugly the things some of those folks will say about Rick Perry, and I'm sure many that in many other rural parts of the state, they say those things, too.



That's what I've heard also....sad too, I though farmers were ~not socialists....

Link Posted: 9/29/2011 5:41:41 PM EDT

Originally Posted By felrom:
How many of that 49% do you think hated him so much that they voted for Bill White in the general election?

Probably a quite a few. I voted for Perry in the general because Bill White is a fucking sleazebag extraordinaire. I would rather vote for Satan himself than even consider voting for Bill White.
Link Posted: 9/29/2011 5:53:02 PM EDT

Originally Posted By RJGatling:
Originally Posted By NAKED-GUNMAN:
Yup stick a shovel in him it's over..I heard his cellphone ringtone is the Mexican national anthem..I also heard he dated Nancy Pelosi when he was in college. Stick a coke can in him it's over. He also is secretly plotting to turn America into a socialist nation..


I'm sure he's our Saviour and Messiah, just like George W. Bush was.

Yeah, that worked out real great.

Outed. Were you one of those "we can't afford four more years of Bush" voters?

Link Posted: 9/29/2011 5:53:54 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 9/29/2011 6:16:56 PM EDT by 1Bigdog]
Just another empty suit politician who is in love with himself.

I must be a heartless bastard.

Link Posted: 9/29/2011 5:56:45 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Super_Duty_John:
Originally Posted By geegee:
Originally Posted By Melvinator2k0:
For those of you who think Perry is ultra popular among Texas Republicans, you are misguided. Perry's performance as Governor has been less than impressive among Texas Republicans. This was realized last year in the Texas Republican Primary, where Perry barely held onto a majority despite running against piss poor candidates. This wasn't always the case in previous primaries, however.

In 2002 Perry received 100% of the votes in the gubernatorial primary, and in 2006 he received 84% of the votes. Contrast that to the 2010 primary where he only received 51% of the votes, while Kay Bailey Hutchison got 30% and Deborah Medina got 19%. Hutchison voted for the bailout bills in late 2008 and was considered to be a RINO. Medina admitted to questioning the official 9/11 story on Glen Beck. Perry should have destroyed these candidates in the primary, but he narrowly missed a runoff election.

In my opinion, this is concrete evidence Perry's image as a good conservative candidate will not last much longer. He isn't as popular in Texas as some outsiders might think.

Hard to believe, but around his hometown, he's despised by many (my wife is from there). Now for perspective, consider that those folks are primarily ranchers and farmers who like their gubmint subsidy checks. Out there, once a Democrat changes to a Republican, he'll become as popular as a child molester in the eyes of those receiving those checks. As my mother in law will say, it's just plain ugly the things some of those folks will say about Rick Perry, and I'm sure many that in many other rural parts of the state, they say those things, too.



That's what I've heard also....sad too, I though farmers were ~not socialists....


You know, Rush has said frequently that a person's vote should reflect how they live their lives, and not how they feel. In Haskell County, where Perry is from, everyone is either a member of a Southern Baptist church or Church of Christ. It's an area that is arguably the "buckle of the Bible Belt," yet they proudly voted against George Bush and Perry both. My brother in law and I were talking about this the other day and I asked him, what in the hell do these people have in common with Barack Obama and Nancy Pelosi? How can they in good conscience support the Democrat Party? But of course I know the answer, and it's spelled S-U-B-S-I-D-Y. What a disgrace for any conservative Texan.

Link Posted: 9/29/2011 5:58:58 PM EDT
No great love for Rick myself but remember most of what is being said about him by Texans now was being said by those same folks about W as he prepared to run for president.
Link Posted: 9/29/2011 5:59:07 PM EDT
If Perry doesnt win NG will have to change his sig line.
Link Posted: 9/29/2011 5:59:41 PM EDT
Originally Posted By NAKED-GUNMAN:
Yup stick a shovel in him it's over..I heard his cellphone ringtone is the Mexican national anthem..I also heard he dated Nancy Pelosi when he was in college. Stick a coke can in him it's over. He also is secretly plotting to turn America into a socialist nation..


Wow. You really want to stick some things in Perry huh? Anything else you wanna stick in there?
Link Posted: 9/29/2011 6:02:24 PM EDT
Jesus, you dems and paulbots are pathetic....
Link Posted: 9/29/2011 6:03:35 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Melvinator2k0:

Originally Posted By Bama-Shooter:
Originally Posted By Melvinator2k0:
For those of you who think Perry is ultra popular among Texas Republicans, you are misguided. Perry's performance as Governor has been less than impressive among Texas Republicans. This was realized last year in the Texas Republican Primary, where Perry barely held onto a majority despite running against piss poor candidates. This wasn't always the case in previous primaries, however.

In 2002 Perry received 100% of the votes in the gubernatorial primary, and in 2006 he received 84% of the votes. Contrast that to the 2010 primary where he only received 51% of the votes, while Kay Bailey Hutchison got 30% and Deborah Medina got 19%. Hutchison voted for the bailout bills in late 2008 and was considered to be a RINO. Medina admitted to questioning the official 9/11 story on Glen Beck. Perry should have destroyed these candidates in the primary, but he narrowly missed a runoff election.

In my opinion, this is concrete evidence Perry's image as a good conservative candidate will not last much longer. He isn't as popular in Texas as some outsiders might think.


Wasn't she the Ron Paul/Alex Jones endorsed candidate?
I'm not sure. Despite her 9/11 moonbattery, she was the only candidate I could stand to vote for.


Despite, or because of?
Link Posted: 9/29/2011 6:05:44 PM EDT
Originally Posted By hughjafj:
Jesus, you dems and paulbots are pathetic....


Just because someone thinks Perry is a loser doesnt make them a dem or a paulbot. Your boy is full of it. Sorry dude.
Link Posted: 9/29/2011 6:07:00 PM EDT
His debate performance was hideous and his stance on illegal immigration all but disqualifies him in this election cycle where the Tea Party will most certainly flex their muscles. That debate in Orlando, fuck me I was embarrassed for him. And to think people make fun of Ron Paul.
Link Posted: 9/29/2011 6:07:27 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Super_Duty_John:
Originally Posted By geegee:
Originally Posted By Melvinator2k0:
For those of you who think Perry is ultra popular among Texas Republicans, you are misguided. Perry's performance as Governor has been less than impressive among Texas Republicans. This was realized last year in the Texas Republican Primary, where Perry barely held onto a majority despite running against piss poor candidates. This wasn't always the case in previous primaries, however.

In 2002 Perry received 100% of the votes in the gubernatorial primary, and in 2006 he received 84% of the votes. Contrast that to the 2010 primary where he only received 51% of the votes, while Kay Bailey Hutchison got 30% and Deborah Medina got 19%. Hutchison voted for the bailout bills in late 2008 and was considered to be a RINO. Medina admitted to questioning the official 9/11 story on Glen Beck. Perry should have destroyed these candidates in the primary, but he narrowly missed a runoff election.

In my opinion, this is concrete evidence Perry's image as a good conservative candidate will not last much longer. He isn't as popular in Texas as some outsiders might think.

Hard to believe, but around his hometown, he's despised by many (my wife is from there). Now for perspective, consider that those folks are primarily ranchers and farmers who like their gubmint subsidy checks. Out there, once a Democrat changes to a Republican, he'll become as popular as a child molester in the eyes of those receiving those checks. As my mother in law will say, it's just plain ugly the things some of those folks will say about Rick Perry, and I'm sure many that in many other rural parts of the state, they say those things, too.



That's what I've heard also....sad too, I though farmers were ~not socialists....



Govt titty like a born and bred Detroit UAW union worker. They just say "Aw shucks" though and all is forgiven.
Link Posted: 9/29/2011 6:07:57 PM EDT
Medina should have been Governor.

Link Posted: 9/29/2011 6:11:28 PM EDT

Originally Posted By hughjafj:
Jesus, you dems and paulbots are pathetic....

Da Fuck? Just because someone doesn't like this RINO POS Perry means they are a Dem or a Paul bot? A bet you were first on the McCain bandwagon
Link Posted: 9/29/2011 6:11:47 PM EDT
Geez, Perry might as well change his name to Obama the way some conservatives/republicans are trying to out him in anyway possible. Just like anything else, the mob loves to build up a hero and then see him fall. Perry was never going to be our savior and neither are the others candidates. None of them are perfect and they never will be. So pick your poison. Maybe instead of just finding all the faults in the candidate you obviously dislike you should try telling us some of the good things about the candidate you so love. Oh wait, they have faults too and talking about the candidate you like might risk people talking bad about them so it's easier just to bash Perry. Meanwhile Obama is enjoying himself as the Republican candidates tear each other up. And no, I'm not a Perry fan so I'm not defending him.

By the way, I agree Perry shot himself in the foot not once, but twice in the debates. He got outed in the one debate, had time to prepare better responses to those issues for the next debate, but then made himself sound even worse. I don't know if his people thought he could just coast through the debates with the momentum he had or what, but they failed to prepare him for those debates they way they should have.
Link Posted: 9/29/2011 6:11:50 PM EDT
Originally Posted By althor:
If Perry doesnt win NG will have to change his sig line.


It's ok, he's used to putting out false predictions.
Link Posted: 9/29/2011 6:13:39 PM EDT
Originally Posted By fxntime:
Originally Posted By Super_Duty_John:
Originally Posted By geegee:
Originally Posted By Melvinator2k0:
For those of you who think Perry is ultra popular among Texas Republicans, you are misguided. Perry's performance as Governor has been less than impressive among Texas Republicans. This was realized last year in the Texas Republican Primary, where Perry barely held onto a majority despite running against piss poor candidates. This wasn't always the case in previous primaries, however.

In 2002 Perry received 100% of the votes in the gubernatorial primary, and in 2006 he received 84% of the votes. Contrast that to the 2010 primary where he only received 51% of the votes, while Kay Bailey Hutchison got 30% and Deborah Medina got 19%. Hutchison voted for the bailout bills in late 2008 and was considered to be a RINO. Medina admitted to questioning the official 9/11 story on Glen Beck. Perry should have destroyed these candidates in the primary, but he narrowly missed a runoff election.

In my opinion, this is concrete evidence Perry's image as a good conservative candidate will not last much longer. He isn't as popular in Texas as some outsiders might think.

Hard to believe, but around his hometown, he's despised by many (my wife is from there). Now for perspective, consider that those folks are primarily ranchers and farmers who like their gubmint subsidy checks. Out there, once a Democrat changes to a Republican, he'll become as popular as a child molester in the eyes of those receiving those checks. As my mother in law will say, it's just plain ugly the things some of those folks will say about Rick Perry, and I'm sure many that in many other rural parts of the state, they say those things, too.



That's what I've heard also....sad too, I though farmers were ~not socialists....



Govt titty like a born and bred Detroit UAW union worker. They just say "Aw shucks" though and all is forgiven.

Yup.

Link Posted: 9/29/2011 6:15:22 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Jarhead08:

Originally Posted By Bama-Shooter:
Originally Posted By Melvinator2k0:

Originally Posted By Bama-Shooter:
Originally Posted By Melvinator2k0:
For those of you who think Perry is ultra popular among Texas Republicans, you are misguided. Perry's performance as Governor has been less than impressive among Texas Republicans. This was realized last year in the Texas Republican Primary, where Perry barely held onto a majority despite running against piss poor candidates. This wasn't always the case in previous primaries, however.

In 2002 Perry received 100% of the votes in the gubernatorial primary, and in 2006 he received 84% of the votes. Contrast that to the 2010 primary where he only received 51% of the votes, while Kay Bailey Hutchison got 30% and Deborah Medina got 19%. Hutchison voted for the bailout bills in late 2008 and was considered to be a RINO. Medina admitted to questioning the official 9/11 story on Glen Beck. Perry should have destroyed these candidates in the primary, but he narrowly missed a runoff election.

In my opinion, this is concrete evidence Perry's image as a good conservative candidate will not last much longer. He isn't as popular in Texas as some outsiders might think.


Wasn't she the Ron Paul/Alex Jones endorsed candidate?
I'm not sure. Despite her 9/11 moonbattery, she was the only candidate I could stand to vote for.



Yeah, I'm pretty sure she was endorsed by Ron Raul and made a lot appearance on Alex Jones.


Well birds of a feather and their supporters and all that.


BwaHaHaHaHaHa
Link Posted: 9/29/2011 6:17:51 PM EDT
Originally Posted By hughjafj:
Jesus, you dems and paulbots are pathetic....


Ayup
Link Posted: 9/29/2011 6:29:21 PM EDT

Originally Posted By nukldragr:
Originally Posted By hughjafj:
Jesus, you dems and paulbots are pathetic....


Ayup

I have NEVER voted for a Democrat. I have NEVER supported Ron Paul. I have voted ONLY for Republicans. I support Herman Cain for the nomination (who is currently the top contender).

Explain to me, using sentences and logic, how I am either of those things.
Link Posted: 9/29/2011 6:30:23 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 9/29/2011 6:30:33 PM EDT by Melvinator2k0]

Originally Posted By motown_steve:

Originally Posted By Melvinator2k0:

Originally Posted By Bama-Shooter:
Originally Posted By Melvinator2k0:
For those of you who think Perry is ultra popular among Texas Republicans, you are misguided. Perry's performance as Governor has been less than impressive among Texas Republicans. This was realized last year in the Texas Republican Primary, where Perry barely held onto a majority despite running against piss poor candidates. This wasn't always the case in previous primaries, however.

In 2002 Perry received 100% of the votes in the gubernatorial primary, and in 2006 he received 84% of the votes. Contrast that to the 2010 primary where he only received 51% of the votes, while Kay Bailey Hutchison got 30% and Deborah Medina got 19%. Hutchison voted for the bailout bills in late 2008 and was considered to be a RINO. Medina admitted to questioning the official 9/11 story on Glen Beck. Perry should have destroyed these candidates in the primary, but he narrowly missed a runoff election.

In my opinion, this is concrete evidence Perry's image as a good conservative candidate will not last much longer. He isn't as popular in Texas as some outsiders might think.


Wasn't she the Ron Paul/Alex Jones endorsed candidate?
I'm not sure. Despite her 9/11 moonbattery, she was the only candidate I could stand to vote for.


Despite, or because of?

Now I'm a 9/11 truther.

Why do I even bother?
Link Posted: 9/29/2011 6:42:12 PM EDT
When you have the Republican talking heads saying it's over on Fox.

It's over and good riddance . Not surprised in the least . It just took a few weeks.

Link Posted: 9/29/2011 6:45:22 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Melvinator2k0:

Originally Posted By nukldragr:
Originally Posted By hughjafj:
Jesus, you dems and paulbots are pathetic....


Ayup

I have NEVER voted for a Democrat. I have NEVER supported Ron Paul. I have voted ONLY for Republicans. I support Herman Cain for the nomination (who is currently the top contender).

Explain to me, using sentences and logic, how I am either of those things.


Who said you were?
Link Posted: 9/29/2011 6:46:47 PM EDT

Originally Posted By twistedcomrade:
His debate performance was hideous and his stance on illegal immigration all but disqualifies him in this election cycle where the Tea Party will most certainly flex their muscles. That debate in Orlando, fuck me I was embarrassed for him. And to think people make fun of Ron Paul.


He shoots AR's , Also look at his hair. .......wait he wears cowboy boots also!

Those three qualifations were enough for some here.


Link Posted: 9/29/2011 7:45:05 PM EDT
Originally Posted By twistedLV:

Originally Posted By RJGatling:
Originally Posted By NAKED-GUNMAN:
Yup stick a shovel in him it's over..I heard his cellphone ringtone is the Mexican national anthem..I also heard he dated Nancy Pelosi when he was in college. Stick a coke can in him it's over. He also is secretly plotting to turn America into a socialist nation..


I'm sure he's our Saviour and Messiah, just like George W. Bush was.

Yeah, that worked out real great.

Outed. Were you one of those "we can't afford four more years of Bush" voters?



When, in 2004? No, I still believed the fucking moron was going to do right by the country, despite Medicare Part D and him doing nothing to seal the border.

In 2008? Sure. By then the entire financial world was falling apart (despite what Sherrick and GunLuvrPhD burble). Bush had done fuck-all to stop or fix it during his term. He bent over backwards to suck the cocks of the banksters with TARP in the hope that he could get another Republican elected. He even appointed Bernanke, the insufferable shithead who is utterly destroying our economy now. That fucking stupid jackass.

inb4"oh, the financial crisis all began on Obama's watch, Bush had nothing to do with it". Yeah, right, look up the dates on TARP.

So far the only good thing I've seen about Perry is the report today on ZeroHedge that Perry has stated he will NOT reappoint Bernanke. Unfortunately, that leaves seven other retards on the FBOG whom he might put in Bernanke's place, none of whom should be running anything more than a prison laundry machine. If Perry is willing to say who he WOULD put in place, I might actually support the illegal-loving sonofabitch.
Link Posted: 9/29/2011 7:52:55 PM EDT
I think Rush said it well today. He said he was glad Perry was sticking to what he believes, like in state tuition for illegals. And that most people are realizing that when they get to know the real Perry they aren't liking what they see.
Link Posted: 9/29/2011 7:55:43 PM EDT
Oh good another bash Perry thread.......
Link Posted: 9/29/2011 8:07:53 PM EDT

Originally Posted By felrom:
How many of that 49% do you think hated him so much that they voted for Bill White in the general election?

did not like rick perry, but sure as shit i did not want bill white as governor.
Link Posted: 9/29/2011 8:08:26 PM EDT
Originally Posted By saigamanTX:
Oh good another bash Perry thread.......


Yeah, these threads were kind of bugging me too until I realized that we really should be hashing out what we like or dislike in our "perfect" candidate. The primaries will sort all of this shit out. And that's great and all, but in the words of Speaker Boehner, come next year y'all better "get your asses in line" and vote for the (R), whomever that may be.

FBHO, he gotta go.

Link Posted: 9/29/2011 8:18:20 PM EDT
Originally Posted By oldschool63:
Medina should have been Governor.



Yeah, because a troofer would be good for the state.
Link Posted: 9/29/2011 8:21:42 PM EDT
Man I am lost now.

First everyone was rooting this guy now hang em up.

Guess I should be doing a bit more reading.

Cliff's notes?
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