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Okay! May As Well Bring On Another Clown

“I stand before you today as a disciplined, conservative Texan, a committed Republican and a proud American, united with you in the desire to restore our nation and revive the American dream,”

Holy Cow Rick! No kiddin’? A disciplined, conservativeTexan! I think not. Be still my hyperventilating cardiac event!!!

Rick Perry???!!!…,…the same Rick Perry who endorsed and supported America’s Mayor Rudy Guiliani, a sometimes Republican, sometimes Democrat, in 2008?

On immigration, a critical isue founded upon our sovereign right as a nation to establish and protect OUR OWN BORDERS.., he’s a RINO populist  (That would define him as a politician, NOT a statesman).

He…

recently revived a bill that would crackdown on so-called “sanctuary” cities — localities where the government prohibits police officers from asking about the immigration status of legally detained residents.

Perry, it seems, knows which way the wind is blowing: His immigration stance is a 180-degree turn from his criticisms of Arizona’s draconian immigration law SB-1070 last year. At the time, he questioned the law, saying, “Some aspects of the law turn law enforcement officers into immigration officials by requiring them to determine immigration status during any lawful contact with a suspected alien, taking them away from their existing law enforcement duties, which are critical to keeping citizens safe.”

Considering that Perry also signed the Texas DREAM Act into law in 2001 — a precursor to the national bill that’s been struggling for congressional support — his movement to the right is quite the contrast. In a statement to the conservative Washington Times, Perry now says, “We need to, as a country, address border security before we tackle any immigration issues.”

Source: http://colorlines.com/archives/2011/07/rick_perry_positions_himself_for_gop_field_by_flip_flopping_on_immigration.html

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On education for ILLEGAL aliens, in May of 2001, the then Governor Perry signed House Bill 1403, lovingly embraced by the left then as the Texas DREAM Act. This legislation allowed illegal aliens who graduate from a Texas public high school to attend a Texas college at the in state tuition rate.

Source: SECTION 1. Section 54.051(m); SECTION 2. Section 54.052 (amended by adding Subsection (j); SECTION 3. Subchapter B, Chapter 54 (by amending Section 54.0551); SECTION 4. Section 54.057(a); SECTION 5. Section 54.060(b),; SECTION 6. Sections 1 through 5 and Section 7 of the Texas Education Code

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On an education roll he starts off his remarks, long-winded that they were, to the Southwest Voter Registration Education Project (that would be cutresy-speak for the Latino Voter Registration Education Project) as the clown confirms by his titular description of Cisneros, the ex-Clintonista Wandering Penis Poster-boy, on Friday, June 22, 2001 as follows:

Thank you Antonio. Mayor Garza, Latino Vote 2001 Chairman Henry Cisneros, fellow elected officials, friends in San Antonio. It is my great honor to be with you this evening. Before I begin, let me introduce someone very special to me. She spent 17 years as a nurse providing health care to those in need. Just a few weeks ago, the University of Texas San Antonio Health Science Center named her a Distinguished Alumni and created a nursing school endowment in her name. She’s the mother of two great children, and the first girl I ever had a date with. Please welcome my wife and a great First Lady for the State of Texas, Anita Perry.

My fellow citizens, the face of Texas is changing, and tonight, as I look out into this audience, I see many of the faces that represent that change. The Texas of tomorrow is in this room today, a Texas of boundless energy and fresh ideas, a Texas committed to safe communities and good schools, a Texas that is more and more diverse with each passing day. For Texas to prosper beyond our own time on this earth, there are things we must embrace now. We must embrace our growing diversity as a source of strength and cultural enrichment, not a source of division. We must welcome more Texans of differing backgrounds to the table of ideas, and to positions of leadership. And we must stand united behind an agenda of opportunity for every citizen regardless of their financial means, or the sound of their last name. We do have differences, but there is more that unites us as Texans than could ever divide us. Who among us does not yearn to be successful and to live the American Dream? Who among us is not worthy of a good education, and a future as bold and vivid as our capacity to dream? Who among us does not long for a Texas where our children can thrive, and accomplish things greater than ourselves? Yes, we may be Hispanic, African‑American, Native American, Asian and Anglo, but we are all Texans, and we are united in our common humanity.

Note: It went on similarly, ad nauseum, as he stroked the audience with the keywords of RINO dumming-down and borrowed demonRATIc “target group” strategy. He did fail to note the difference between illegals and legals being embraced in the name of growing diversity. A finger-in-the-wind POPULIST ALL THE WAY.

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On Little Georgie-boy Bush’s SHAMNESTY…Governor Perry issued this press release (of which I’ll only bore you with an opening excerpt only, on Wednesday, January 07, 2004 :

“During my visit with President Fox last November, I reaffirmed my support for a guest worker program that balances our two countries’ economic realities along with the need for homeland security. President Bush’s proposal reflects those goals.“As a former governor of this state, President Bush understands well the huge impact that immigration has on Texas, ..

Source: http://governor.state.tx.us/news/press-release/4310/

Note: Again no mention of any distinction between leagl and illegal is ever made as te wind blew on.

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In December of 2006, Governor Perry…sensing a shifting in the winds in Texas attitude building against illegals  he released a press statement noting his views on securing the border. He states that he opposes amnesty for illegal aliens as it rewards illegal behavior, but that he opposes enforcement of US laws through deportation OR EVEN punishment for those who violate the laws as that would harm the US economy. Do you see what he did? He split the issue into what could be operceived as two EXTREMES and why? So he can jump right in the midddle and bullsh*t you that his position is a true compromise, which it is not. !The CLASSIC finger-in-the-wind politician at work, the root cause for much of our problems now comes to the fore and he proposes a guest worker program to allow those here illegally to continue that work on a legal basis but without citizenship. Of coiurse, because he knows that conveying them citizenship can be done by SEPARATE LEGISLATION. It’s the old fast-shuffle to confuse you…THE VOTER.

Then in August of 2007 in blistering heat our hero ventures forth to hump for legalizing illegals, SHAMNESTY REVISITED! ON the OTHER SIDE of the Texas border. How about them apples?

MEXICO CITY — Leading a large delegation of Texas executives trying to drum up business in Mexico, Gov. Rick Perry on Tuesday criticized the U.S. Congress for failing to pass an immigration bill that would legalize millions of workers.

“I don’t think this is that difficult an issue if Congress would have the maturity to sit down and really discuss it and cut out all the mean rhetoric,” Perry said during a break in the third day of meetings with Mexican officials and business executives.

“We need those individuals to continue to grow our economy,” he said of Texas’ undocumented workers, most of whom hail from Mexico. “The vast, vast majority of those individuals want to come and work and take care of their families.”

Perry made the remarks in Mexico City, where immigration is nearly as big a hot-button issue as it is in Washington. He spoke at a press conference shortly before meeting with President Felipe Calderon who, like past Mexican presidents, has lobbied for changes in U.S. immigration law that would include a guest-worker program.

Perry’s statements seemed to put him at odds with many in the Republican Party’s base who regarded the immigration overhaul bill that collapsed in the Senate in June as nothing more than an amnesty for illegal immigrants.

Source: http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/front/5090944.html

I could go on with many other positions, but at this critical time Rick Perry is NOT the conservative we need to wrest leadership of the Republican Party from those like him who would piece-by-piece sell us all down the river. I still back Bachmann.

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  1. WillofLa says:

    Yeah, yeah, yeah, Latino’s, Latino’s, Latino’s, blah, blah, blah.

    All I have to know is how he stands on American sovereignty, and his record stinks. Of course look at fricking Texas. If it’s not half Mexican then I don’t know what I’m talking about. Also, isn’t Texas the state that was choosen for the Transnational, International North American Union Highway blah, blah, blah? The Larado super doper illegal highway to Amero heaven? And I’ve heard that construction was haulted on this highway to hell?

    Rick Perry is a open borders globalist traitor who doesn’t know which side of his White bread is buttered on. He figures that since you can’t deport ten million Mexican’s back through the Texas border then you might as well join them. And boy, hasn’t he. He has abandoned the American citizens who probably didn’t put him in office, but pay nearly all the taxes to keep him in office, and keep all those nice juicey state benefits going out to all those cheap labor advocates and the cheap labor that keeps sending the money they make in place of American’s who don’t want to work(well that’s what Texas son George Bush said), and wasn’t it on the Texas border where Ramos and Compean were arrested and Bush’s “good friend” state attorney Johnny Sutton who kept evidence that could have freed these two patriots, but instead knew that family of the dope dealer who later was given a “gold card” to come and go freely by Perry, so that he could drive more dope into the US while testifying against the two border agents who were just doing their job.

    Perry I wouldn’t vote for you if Obama handed the election to you freely if you would get one vote, mine, I wouldn’t vote for you! Take a hike Mexican lover!

  2. docford says:

    If only I had discovered this gift earlier in life. During my high school prom I would have walked up to Judy Phipps and said “The next thing you will do is accompany me to the back seat of my 1966 Chevy Caprice and then follow my every command.”

    • doctorhugo says:

      And Judy would have replied…”I hope this isn’t going to be a replay of last time when you begged me to make some red teardrop shaped pin-striping around those triple chrome-plated window crank handles!”

  3. docford says:

    Sacrilege! Heresy!

    The teeming masses of Republican pundits have awaited the coming of the fourth or fifth messiah (I lost count after McCain) who would lead us out wilderness. They were reminded by those who remind people that Texas was prophesied as the birthplace of the One. Then, they read in the Book that the next messiah would be a convert, perhaps someone who once served as chairman of the Al Gore campaign in Texas. They found an ancient text that he would be known as the Man from Paint Creek.

    You who present us with facts that contradict the myth perpetrated by the GOP kingmakers shall be punished severely. The next thing you will try to tell me is that Mitt Romney is not a fiscal and social conservative.