To: normy; TexasFreeper2009
Just proves that you’re unwilling to accept that a great many people just don’t like Perry. I’m pinging TexasFreeper so he can outline why he switched from Perry to Newt- so you can then trash him too.
posted on 12/18/2011 6:52:26 AM PST
(You do not advance conservatism by becoming more liberal.)
Was somebody trashed? I didn't realize it.
I know why TexasFreeper switched, it was because Perry bombed early in the debates and looked done for. That is why Perry lost a lot of support. Now that is changing.
posted on 12/18/2011 6:57:56 AM PST
(Don't take it personally, just take it seriously.)
To: rintense; normy; lonestar
Sad that you are unwilling to accept that a great many people do like Perry. The world is made up of people with different opinions and in the United States our right to an opinion that differs from yours is protected. You need to get a handle on that because honestly you are sounding a bit unhinged, especially your misrepresentations of the Governor’s position on issues.
posted on 12/18/2011 7:06:32 AM PST
Actually, in Rick Perry’s book “Fed Up” Newt wrote the forward in which he absolutely praises Rick Perry. Love it! I love Newt too but will vote for Perry.
posted on 12/18/2011 7:15:02 AM PST
(Rick Perry is our jobs and energy candidate! Perry 2012!)
Actually, I have nothing personally against Perry, it's just that he has made a complete fool of himself repeatedly during the primary (along with Bachmann and Santorum. And my primary goal this election is to have our candidate destroy once and for all the false media-created narrative that Obama is some sort of genius, and Perry is wholly incapable of doing that. In fact, Perry might just do the opposite, and make Obama look like a genius by comparison. Newt on the other hand will expose Obama for the empty suit affirmative action poster-boy that he is, and shatter once and for all the myth of Obama’s supreme intellect.
Nothing would please me more than if Perry was able to fix whatever brain damage he has apparently suffered which keeps him from stringing two sentences together without losing his train of thought. But alas, that does not seem to be in the cards.
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