Friday, November 5, 2010

Texas State of Mind

Whenever Rick Perry decides to talk it's as if the ghost of Stonewall Jackson took a giant dump and let it spew out of his mouth. The man is a serial killer of logical statements. And I'm starting to wonder if he is from the present or the 1800's. Texas this is who you voted for, a real winner.

From the mouth that spews Stonewall Jackson's dung, Josh Marhsall of TPM explains:

Right after the 1994 midterm you had a bunch of Republicans come out of the woodwork with really wild eyed proposals on various policy fronts. And it seems like deja vu all over again. Newly re-elected Gov. Rick Perry (R-TX) says states should be able to secede from the Social Security program. Wonder how many Texans agree with that.

I don't think they will take too well to that idea, *Hackandspit, considering that 92% of Texans 65 or older receive Social Security. Call me a librul, but I'm not so sure those citizens will appreciate their Social Security checks being gambled away by the corrupt, evil and Un-American Wall St. Aw heck, who am I kidding? Rick Perry for Supreme Leader of Texasssss!

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Anonymous said...

Exactly! Why doesn't anyone ever bring up the fact that Perry's talk about secession is UN-AMERICAN? If you wanna secede, fine, but you can't take Texas with you. If you don't like it, leave. America, love it or leave it, Perry. And Texas belongs to the UNITED States of America. So take your merry band of a-holes and leave the US.

For people who claim to be patriots and strict constitutionalists, they sure don't like to adhere to the Constitution the way they keep talking about making amendments to it (14th and 17th). Oh, so it's patriotic only if it fits in your warped view of America? F YOU, you bunch of whack jobs!

Paddy K said...

Wall St is evil?

Asian-American Pundit said...


You said it! It's honestly a hypocritical stance to be claiming you're a patriot while floating the idea around of secession. They want to re-write history and it's sad they are succeeding at some level.

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