Sunday, May 17, 2009

Governor Perry Says He's Not A Rebel, No, No, No

Rick Perry's Texas Tea PartyImage by Mike Licht, via Flickr

Now Rick Perry writes that he never advocated for secession. And he never will. It was just a case of twisting his words. He's clearing it up now. He's just understandably upset over Democratic deficit spending, as opposed to Republican deficit spending which is just fine.

My only question is whether this is something he'll have to apologize to Rush Limbaugh for. Or is it Hannity who's in charge of secession related apologies?
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  1. Perry is a doofus.

    The D's have an outside shot against John Cornyn in the Texas Senate race. Bill White -- the popular and highly regarded mayor of Houston may run against him.

  2. Damn, I was really hoping Texas would secede. Maybe there's still hope for Alaska.

  3. The only reason Perry's backing off from what he actually said (and he did say secede) is because the majority of Texans don't want to secede and Perry wants to get re-elected. It's all for votes. Plain and simple.

  4. Grandpa Eddie hit it.. It was an attention getter, all for votes.. He will drag it out if he needs to over and over, Just as Palin will do what she has to, when she has to.

    I think it is amazing that all the GOPers who yelled about the money in the Recovery Bill and said they weren't going to take it and complained about the spending, Perry is the 1st one to accept it, the 1st one to take ALL of it, and is the one who is yelling the loudest, and Palin is the ONLY one who didn't take all of it.. she actually turned down about 29 billion .. lol for weatherization. Of all things, in