Skip to comments.Ad: 'Have You Had Sex With Rick Perry?'
Posted on 08/18/2011 8:27:22 PM PDT by Marty62
Ron Paul Supporter Takes Out Full-Page Ad In Texas Paper A full-page newspaper ad by a supporter of Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul is raising eyebrows, asking, "Have you ever had sex with Rick Perry?"
Robert Morrow placed the ad in the Austin Chronicle alt-newsweekly less than one week after the Texas governor threw his hat in the ring for the presidency, Salon.com reported.
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It was Ron Paul Supporters. Now Paul looks like a dirty old man.
Is there money involved?
Maybe his wife can collect it!
RP had nothing to do with this. But I’ll bet you that Morrow is a sodomite.
It’s just sex. Weren’t we lectured throughout the ‘90’s that sex has NOTHING to do with how good a president you are? Now it does? Jumpin’ Johosaphat!
I wouldn’t doubt it. I’m sure there are plenty of Street walkers that would like to make a few extra bucks.
The funny thing is that Perry has been thru 3 Gov campaigns, no chicks came forward. Now all of a sudden this Paulite is taking out ads. What away to end your political career Ron. Pathetic.
No F in way.
Very funny. :-)
BS.... paulnutz won’t expain their way out of this one.
Austin Chronicle? Maybe.
Very Larry Flint-ess! I wonder how proud R-U-N Paul is to be associated with such scum.
Kinda makes you want to run right out and vote for Ron Paul, doesn’t it -— NOT!!!
I’ve run across some CRAZY Ron Paul supporters from time to time, but this one is out there beyond Pluto.
Ron Paul has about 6 nanoseconds to disavow this before he personally gets tarred with this guy’s brush.
I agree. He needs to disavow this joker NOW.
From a previous thread...
ROFLMAO! I guess if someone supports Rick Perry and runs an ad that Michele Bachman is a felon, that makes Rick Perry responsible? Is that the best you can do to malign Paul? Guilt by association?
No question you can’t go after Paul on principles or track record if your candidate is Perry. When it comes to principles, Perry is no conservative—he’s whatever he thinks will get him a check from the fat cats. Perry would promise the moon then sell us down the river faster than you can say “Dubai ports” if it got him a campaign donation.
The one thing y’all keep spouting about Perry is that he’s a “great campaigner who will get elected.” But for such a supposedly great campaigner, no one seems to remember that Perry in his last gubernatorial bid did about as well against the liberal Bill White as McCain did against Obama in Texas, roughly 12% better. BUT those spreads are from when Obama had an UP year 2008 and Republicans supposedly had an UP year in 2010! If Perry was so loved by Texans, wouldn’t you think that in an up year for Republicans, he’d be up far beyond the 12% a tool like McCain won by? By comparison, in the attorney general’s race, the GOP candidate won statewide by a 30 point spread—as pretty much all other Republicans in statewide races did. What made electable Rick Perry run 18 points closer to a LIBERAL?
Answer: Texas conservatives know Perry, don’t trust him, and won’t vote for him. Just imagine how electable he’ll be in a national election with his track record:
In 2007, Perry issued an executive order to make Gardasil, a vaccine for the human papillomavirus, a cause of cervical cancer, mandatory for girls entering sixth grade. Even if parents were given the option to have their child opt out, Merck, the company that produced the vaccine, had hired his former chief of staff to be its lobbyist. No crony corruption stuff going on here—pay no attention to that man behind the curtain.
Ol’ conservative Rick’s slush funds for his political pals, the state “tech” and “enterprise” funds, paid for out of state coffers, rankle Texans. Imagine, an executive branch official with a large pool of money spent on his cronies (say, Obama and big brokerage firms and bankers)? Heck, Obama has just the one fund—Perry has all kinds of TARPs in Texas!
For example, ol’ conservative Rick’s set up state funding for sports building expenses, including funds tapped for Formula One track in Austin. Because when you think of conservatives, it’s a given they want their taxes to pay for European race track building!
Perry tried to convince our legislature to use a portion of the Teachers Retirement Fund to finance start-up businesses.
In 2003, Perry decided he’d use Texas condemnation power to take Texans’ private property, have a company from Spain build a toll road on it, for all practical purposes own the property for years and set toll rates themselves, and, of course, charge Texans to use it.
He tried to privatize—sell—the Texas lottery to get money now so his budget wouldn’t have to have extra taxes or cuts. Never mind that the money it would make in the short run wouldn’t come close to the long run loss to the state. Of course, he’s against gambling in casinos in Texas, though, because he’s well paid by casinos outside Texas to believe that.
He was a Democrat when he endorsed Dukakis and Al Gore. But after he hopped parties, he endorsed...Rudy Giuliani!?!?!? GIULIANI? A well known gay-rights pro-choice liberal Republican is the best the “conservative” governor of Texas can think of?
Rick spoke out against using E-Verify to prevent illegal immigrants from getting jobs as state employees, who get their paychecks from the taxpayers. He insisted it would not make a hill of beans difference.
He signed the Texas hate crime legislation and made a very big deal about why it was necessary.
In 2000, when small government Rick was elected, total spending by the Texas state government was approximately $49 billion. In 2010, it was approximately $90 billion.
According to usdebtclock.org, the debt to GDP ratio in Texas is 22.9% and the debt per citizen is $10,645. In California (a total financial basket case), the debt to GDP ratio is just 18.7% and the debt per citizen is only $9932. The total debt of the Texas government has more than doubled since Rick Perry became governor.
Even with the Texas oil boom, 23 states have a lower unemployment rate. And from December 2007 and April 2011, weekly wages in the U.S. increased by about 5 percent. Texas wages increased by just 0.6% over that same period.
Texas insurance rates in just about every field are TERRIBLE, and it’s largely because government intrusion is all on the side of the insurers, who have their buddy Perry carrying their water. Imagine if Florida had basically let insurers walk away from the Homestead hurricane—Perry was even trying hard to get that to happen in Texas with Ike!
Rick Perry has repeatedly raised taxes and fees while he has been governor. Texans are faced with significantly higher taxes and fees than before Rick Perry was elected. The business margins tax that Rick Perry pushed through in 2007 meant that Texas companies now pay taxes based on the total revenue of their companies, so small companies pay taxes on revenue, not income or profits. So you own a business, you pay Texas corporate taxes even if you are losing money! Of course, this was supposed to drop our property taxes in Texas. But...um...the highest effective property tax rates in the country are in Wisconsin and Texas, where rates exceed $18 per $1,000 of property value! We might not have an income tax, but imagine what that looks like when figured into your monthly mortgage bill!
Perry even supported a statewide law providing for in-state tuition for illegal immigrants. In 2001, Perry signed the Texas DREAM Act, which allowed children of illegal immigrants to receive in-state aid AND tuition at the state’s universities. In a speech at the time, he underscored the need for children from all backgrounds to receive a quality education. “We must say to every Texas child learning in a Texas classroom, `We don’t care where you come from, but where you are going, and we are going to do everything we can to help you get there,’” he said at the time. Of course, what he didn’t say was that seats in our best universities will be filled by illegals and thus denied to Texas citizens, and American citizens in Texas will be taxed to subsidize the illegals’ state aid as well as their in-state tuition.
And in a 2006 editorial, Rick called putting a fence along the border with Mexico “cost prohibitive.”
I’ll eagerly await your response. I can just hear it now: “Yeah, but Perry’s a conservative this week!”
OMG! CNN is still Patheeeeetic!!!
Did you notice SALON.com ran this story too. Figures.
Have to leave. Will check in Am.
You know..I would never vote for Ron Paul. But I almost feel sorry for the old guy. He has attracted a boatload of crazies that tarnish him.
Is he kooky, yep...but I don’t believe even he is this kooky.
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