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A Quick Tip by BaronSamedi3

  • Jan 13, 2012
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Okay, this guy officially isn't a potential nominee anymore. He's a social experiment trying to see just how crazy one can get before we think he's too crazy to be in charge of his local choir. Fortunately, he seems bent on destroying his campaign now. First there was his "it doesn't take a Christian to see this country has a problem when gays can serve in the Military" ad. Apparently it does, because it's their country too, Rick. Then he decided what the country needs is more time in Iraq, which is suicidal in nearly every sense of the word because now nearly everyone thinks Iraq was a bad idea.
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January 19, 2012
??? Yeah, you might want to actually read some stuff about political candidates before you start sounding off on their "policies" or their "politics". Personally, I think he's just as entitled to his opinions as anyone is; doesn't make 'em right, but he can have 'em if he wants. The only problem I have with Perry is that, much like Cain, he doesn't seem seriously interested in the Presidency. It seemed "like a good idea at the time" and then they jumped into the arena.
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James Richard "Rick" Perry (born March 4, 1950) is the 47th and current Governor of Texas. A Republican, Perry was elected Lieutenant Governor of Texas in 1998 and assumed the governorship in December 2000 when then-governor George W. Bush resigned to become President of the United States. Perry was elected to full gubernatorial terms in 2002, 2006 and 2010. With a tenure in office to date of &000000000000001000000010 years, &0000000000000236000000236 days, Perry is the longest continuously serving current U.S. governor, and the second longest serving current U.S. governor after Terry Branstad of Iowa.

Perry served as Chairman of the Republican Governors Association in 2008 (succeeding Sonny Perdue of Georgia) and again in 2011.[2] Perry is the longest-serving governor in Texas state history. As a result, he is the only governor in modern Texas history to have appointed at least one person to every eligible state office, board, or commission position (as well as to several elected offices to which the governor can appoint someone to fill an unexpired term, such as six of the nine current members of the Texas Supreme Court).

Perry won the Texas 2010 Republican gubernatorial primary election, defeating U.S. Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison and former Wharton County Republican Party Chairwoman and businesswoman Debra Medina.[3][4][5] In the 2010 Texas gubernatorial election, Perry won a third term by defeating former Houston mayor Bill White and Kathie ...

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