Skip to comments.Can Perry Be Stopped?
Posted on 09/02/2011 10:53:13 AM PDT by Cincinatus' Wife
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I laughed reading it.
She likes a night of heavy drinking too and still getting to work. LOL
And writes like a Valley Girl.
How or why should we fear these nuts?
Good quote, but as usual the problem with Perry is the gulf between what he says and what he does.
He says he is tall and strong on border issues. Bull hockey, and posters to FR have proved it.
He says he is foursquare for the family. Oh, really?
The basic problem with Rick Perry as a popular choice for conservatives is that he's working for someone else: a very short list of someone else. He is an unflawed, unexcelled example of access-capitalist, Pigs at the Trough Republicanism as opposed to Main Street Republicanism:
If Perry were a solid MOR centrist RiNOsceroid Republican but did what he said he was going to do, he would be a better candidate than what he is: A candidate who performs for a small "audience" of multimillionaires exclusively, to transact their agenda in return for campaign money, while hiding behind fig leaves of policy statements and articulating high principles that have nothing to do with his real reasons for supporting this or that real measure, law, or program.
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It's always been about an Article IV attack on the Constitution. Six hundred homosexual lawyers have been working on this attack since the early 80's, when the Texas law was first attacked in a north Texas courtroom forum-shopped by gay NGO's because it was presided over by Carter-appointed uberliberal judge Jerry Buchmeyer.
Evan Wolfson, then of Lambda Legal, laid it all out in an interview article with a gay e-zine ten years ago, after Lambda and all the gay NGO's lost a big lawsuit against the Boy Scouts of America, the James Dale case, which Lambda had brought in New Jersey, forum-shopping again because their state (McGreevey, e.g.) was known to have lots of power gays and their supreme court was intellectually and morally "available". Sure enough, New Jersey fell their way, but the Supreme Court clubbed down the gays, ruling that the BSA is a private organization entitled to free association, which may or may not include homosexual, ephebophile perverts as the BSA sees fit.
Wolfson laid it out: Get homosexual marriage transacted "somehow" in one State, and the door would then be open to the Supreme Court for a Full Faith and Credit Clause (Article IV) attack on the marriage laws of the other 49 States of the Union.
In short, the gays always planned to beat down the other 97% of the People with court decisions, never asking them through the legislative process. To date, no election or referendum has ever sustained the gay activists, and they don't care. Their way or the highway, they're taking everybody to court.
Everything from Texas is big....The problem is the last to “big” texans have been BIG piles of cow dung.....
One leg or two, she sure is a snarky b*tch.
No. She did not. In fact, her speech tomorrow is supposed to rip him a new one, without naming him directly. That is, if you believe leaks...
See? The problem with all of that is like Romney, it is the words of the moment when the actions of the past do not jive.
Perry: "President Foxs vision for an open border is a vision I embrace."
What I like about Perry is that antilife people are calling him antichoice.
What I don’t like about Perry is his tuition for illegals’ position.
There are more likes, and dislikes, but that’s enough at this late hour.
He seems a lot like Bush 43, but I do think he will spend less, and be tougher than Bush.
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