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Rick Perry SLAMS Texas A&M Over Election Of Gay Student Body President

Rick Perry SLAMS Rick Perry Texas A&M Over Election Of Gay Student Body President


The Houston Chronicle reports:

U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry, a former Texas governor and Texas A&M University Aggies Yell Leader, said Wednesday the election of the first openly gay president of the institution’s student body was “stolen” and that the student who had the most votes was disqualified through a process that “made a mockery of due process and transparency.”

In an extraordinary submission to the Houston Chronicle’s Editorial Board, the energy secretary also suggested that Bobby Brooks’ victory was engineered by the Student Government Association in a quest for diversity on the traditionally conservative campus.

Brooks was declared the winner in the campus election by the SGA even though he came in second in the vote count to Robert McIntosh, who is white and was disqualified by student election officials. McIntosh was disqualified on charges that he did not provide receipts for glow sticks used in a campaign video. He also faced charges of voter intimidation, which were later dismissed on appeal.

The student body’s Judicial Court, Perry said, “admitted that the charges were minor and technical, but incredibly, chose to uphold the disqualification.” “The desire of the electorate is overturned, and thousands of student votes are disqualified, because of free glow sticks that appeared for eleven seconds of a months-long campaign,” Perry wrote. “Apparently glow sticks merit the same punishment as voter intimidation.”

Perry: “Made a mockery of due process and transparency.”

Gee, don’t you just hate when that happens in an election.



Rick Perry Wants $100 Million Dollars Worth of Obamacare Even Though He’s Against It

Rick Perry Hypocite

Texas Governor and failed GOP Presidential candidate Rick (I’m not gay. – Yes you are.)  Perry who not only stands for small government and has steadfastly opposed President Obama’s Affordable Health Care Act must have balls as big as his state because he is currently asking the White House for more than $100 million in order to help expand a Texas program called Community First Choice.

ThinkProgress reports:

“The Affordable Care Act grants state funding to expand a program called Community First Choice, which aims to improve the community-based medical services available to disabled and elderly Americans. The wildly popular program is administered through Medicaid and could prevent thousands of disabled and older Americans from being uprooted from their homes and into a long-term care facility for their treatments. Approximately 12,000 Texans could take advantage of it in the first year alone.”

And what is Rick Perry defense.  Its okay its for the old people and disabled.  The poor can just go screw themselves.

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Is it really an “action” figure if you have to keep it in the closet?

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Mitt Floats To The Top In New Hampshire GOP Primary, Santorum Gets Flushed In 5th Place

Mitt Romney cruised to victory last night in the New Hampshire primary with many news organizations declaring him the winner within minutes of the poll’s opening.

“Tonight we celebrate,” Romney told his supporters. “Tomorrow we go back to work.” (Meaning cookies and milk and then he’ll probably fire a few people in the name of the “heavenly father”.)

In order of finish — Mitten was first,  Ron Paul was second, followed by Jon Huntsman in third, Newt Gingrich lied his way to fourth place and Rick Santorum who has been protested, booed and just destroyed  by the good people of New Hampshire came in a frothy mess in fifth place.  And good ole girl Rick Perry hardly made a showing in 6th garnering only 1 percent of the vote.

Expect Perry to be returning to Texas shortly if not this week, next week after the South Carolina primary.  (To which the bar businesses and adult bookstores are looking forward to for return of his income)

And ass for “Roll Over Rover”  Rick Santorum he better hope that he can return all those commemorative sweater vests he’s selling to campaign contributors.

The Moral Majority Resurrected At The 165,273rd GOP Presidential Debate In New Hampshire

Last night at St. Anselm’s College in New Hampshire the dwindling GOP Presidential nominee candidates met to have their 165,273rd GOP debate hosted by ABC. 

And what a  sniping lie ridden debacle it was with such vile statements hurled about LGBT equality and the refusal to separate church and state one would have thought it was 1980 and Jerry Fawell and the Moral Majority was in full swing once again.

At one point in the evening Diane Sawyer finally after all these debates read a question from a Virginia man about what sort of relationship recognition outside of marriage the candidates would support.

Romney, Perry and Santorum said they back a federal constitutional amendment that would define marriage as between a man and a woman. WMUR Political Director Josh McElveen pressed Santorum on the fact that the Federal Marriage Amendment would invalidate the marriages of 1,800 same-sex couples who have taken advantage of New Hampshire’s marriage equality law since it took effect in Jan. 2010. 
“If the constitution says marriage is between a man and a woman, marriage is between a man and a woman,” he said. “That’s what marriage is – and would be in this country. And those who are not men and women who are married -would not be married. That’s what the Constitution would say.”
But the most surreal moment of the night was when the question was passed to Newt Gingrich expressed his opposition to marriage equality and invoked “the sacrament of marriage.” and did so with a straight face as his third wife, Callista, sat in the audience and applauded and then went into a barage of accusations about the “the left media” and “anti-christian bigotry”
We want to make it possible to have those things that are most intimately human between friends. It is a huge jump from being understanding and considerate and concerned, which we should be, to saying we therefore are going to institute the sacrament of marriage as though it has no basis. e sacrament of marriage was based on a man and a woman, has been for 3,000 years,”
Gingrich specifically knocked a question about whether the assembled  candidates would allow gay couples to adopt.
And there’s a lot more anti-Christian bigotry today than there is concerning  the other side. And none of it gets covered by the news media.  Should the Catholic Church be forced to close its adoption services in  Massachusetts because it won’t accept gay couples, which is exactly what the  state has done? Should the Catholic Church be driven out of providing charitable  services in the District of Columbia because it won’t give in to secular  bigotry? Should the Catholic Church find itself discriminated against by the  Obama administration on key delivery of services because of the bias and the  bigotry of the administration?”
Romney agreed with Gingrich also bringing up Catholic Charities in Massachusetts which closed its adotion services.  But what they didn’t say was that it was a result of the Catholic hierarchy in MA who wanted an exemption from civil rights laws. The board of Catholic Charities voted unanimously to continue performing adoptions and to comply with civil rights laws, but was overruled by the Catholic hierarchy and they forced them to close.
Not to be outdone  Rick Perry took the opportunity to reiterate his support for a Federal Marriage Amendment and his belief that the Obama administration is conducting a war against people of faith.  Among the policies changes to which Perry took exception was the Obama administration’s decision to no longer defend the Defense of Marriage Act in court.
“That is a war against religion, and it’s going to stop under a Perry administration,” the candidate said, receiving applause from the audience.
Jerry Fawell and Ronald Reagan are smiling in Hell.
You can watch the lowlights of last nights GOP debate by clicking here.

GOP Presidential Candidate and Texas’ Village Idiot Rick Perry: “Lawrence v. Who?”

THIS is exactly why ALL politicians running for public office should be foreced to take an I.Q. test

At a meet and greet in Cedar Falls, IA,  Rick Perry was asked by a voter to “defend his criticism of limited government” in the Supreme Court case of Lawrence v. Texas — the 2003 case which, resulted in Texas’s anti-sodomy law being struck down as unconstitutional.

ABC News:

“I wish I could tell you I knew every Supreme Court case. I don’t, I’m not even going to try to go through every Supreme Court case, that would be — I’m not a lawyer,” Perry said at the Blue Strawberry Coffee Shop here. “We can sit here and you know play I gotcha questions on what about this Supreme Court case or whatever, but let me tell you, you know and I know that the problem in this country is spending in Washington, D.C., it’s not some Supreme Court case.”

Other than the FACT that Perry was Texas’s governor at the time of the ruling and whoever the ghost writer was on his last wrote his last book referenced the case you’d think he’s know this one.

You can bet your sweet ass that Rick Santorum knows about Lawrence v. Texas!

Rick Perry Loves Beards! – “I’d grow one but I’ve got too many”

Yes kids thats right!  Coming out of Rick Perry’s own mouth the admission that he has “too many” beards. (One probably being his wife.)

According to ABC News  at  a campaign stop at Sisters Mainstreet Café in Spencer,  Iowa during day three of his statewide bus tour perry saw a man with a full long white beard and approached the man.

 I like your beard,” Perry said as he greeted one voter and expressed a touch of jealousy that he can’t grow one of his own. “I’d grow one but I’ve got too many” — Then adding. “I’d look like an old mangy dog.”

Freud would have a field day with that slip!

14 Year Old Bisexual Teen Confronts Rick Perry Over His Anti-Gay Agenda

Rebecka Green, a 14 year old high school student in Iowa who identifies as bisexual confronted Rick Perry yesterday over his anti-gay agenda and most specifically why he is so against gays serving in the military.

Perry responded:

“Here’s my issue. This is about my faith, and I happen to think, you know, there are a whole hosts of sins. Homosexuality being one of them, and I’m a sinner and so I’m not going to be the first one to throw a stone,” Perry said. “I don’t agree that openly gays should be serving in the military. ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ was working and my position is just like I told a guy yesterday, he said, ‘How would you feel if one of your children was gay?’ I said I’d feel the same way. I hate the sin, but I love the sinner, but having them openly serve in the military, I happen to think as a commander in chief of some 20,000 plus people in the military is not good public policy, and this president was forced by his base to change that policy and I don’t think it was good policy, and I don’t think people in the military thought it was good policy.”

Rebecka later on an ABC news interview about her questioning of Perry said:

I’m openly bisexual and I don’t want to be told that if I wanted to serve in the military that I couldn’t, and I just think that policy is completely ridiculous that he thinks that. I just don’t like it. Him or nobody should be able to tell somebody who they can or can’t love.”

Brava Recbecka!