By The Right Scoop


Glenn Beck and his beloved sidekick Pat Gray, who used to live in Texas, recently had a conversation with some people very close to Rick Perry with regard to their concerns about him as a candidate. These are people who Beck, without divulging their identities, says that he trusts and that if he could tell you who they were it would only add credibility to their words. What they told him was that in the last four years Rick Perry has had a God-moment:

Beck: Here’s what I was told and I believe these people because they’re not just bandwagon fans by any stretch of the imagination. They had real problems with George W. Bush. And they said to me ‘Here’s the thing. This guy had a God-moment, if you will, an awakening of something inside of him…’

Gray: A spiritual awakening

Beck: Yeah. I mean he’s always been a spiritual guy but he has had something that has changed in him fundamentally where he’s like ‘OK wait a minute. Hang on just a second. Do I believe this or not? Do I apply this or not?’ And that’s what’s happened to him in the last four years that has put his feet in cement.

Beck and Pat both agree they are not making an endorsement, but it does seems their minds have been changed about Perry.

The above is all part of a bigger monologue on how the Bush people are coming out in support of Sarah Palin running for president, which to Beck means they are really just opposing Rick Perry. They think, just as the media supported McCain, that Rove and his people supporting Palin as a way of hurting Rick Perry:

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  • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

    Bush people are not supporting Palin. Rove has never supported her. He now says she will run. That does not mean they support her! The idea that the “Bush people” are supporting Palin is laughable. I am still waiting for any Perry fan to explain the Texas Dream act and Gardisil. Saying he made a mistake is not good enough after what he accused his opponents of during the fiasco. Of course, when Perry is asked a real question on the Texas debt for example, he bullies the questioner and refuses to respond. I will never understand the double standard on how she is evaluated compared to the others.

    • Anonymous

      We have already been vetted orders of magnitude more than Obama and company. Are you daft, man?

      I’d vote for a pile of turds. We need to stick together not marginalize our own. And by “our own” I mean, “NOT Obama”. Makes sense, yes?

      • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

        Of course, but using Obama has the standard is ludicrous. That is setting the bar wayyyyyyyyy too low. Both in terms of vetting, and performance.

        • Anonymous

          How low is a 14 trillion dollar debt and a fiat currency? There is no redemption in any of the establishment candidates including Perry, Obama, Bachman, Romney – even Palin. etc.

          I always wonder how the Palintines reconcile her support for McCain last go around. Or even the Bachmanites reconciliation with the Patriot Act.

          • Anonymous

            There is no perfect only imperfect or loathsome. Take your pick.

            • Anonymous

              You’re correct – no one is perfect. But Ron Paul is as close as they get.

            • Anonymous

              You’re correct – no one is perfect. But Ron Paul is as close as they get.

              • Anonymous

                Listen. In your heart of hearts. This ones for the shootin’ match. Do you really think he can win?

                • Anonymous

                  No question. He was at 1% this time – last time around. Now he’s at 13% and in third place. Once he gets a vote – he keeps it and you’ll see his numbers steady while the other blow with the wind.
                  Ron Paul was vetted last time around, a few more debates and as the truth comes out about Perry and others – the party will move to safe harbor.

                • Anonymous

                  No question. He was at 1% this time – last time around. Now he’s at 13% and in third place. Once he gets a vote – he keeps it and you’ll see his numbers steady while the other blow with the wind.
                  Ron Paul was vetted last time around, a few more debates and as the truth comes out about Perry and others – the party will move to safe harbor.

              • Anonymous

                Listen. In your heart of hearts. This ones for the shootin’ match. Do you really think he can win?

              • Guest

                Ron Paul does not support Israel, and that alone would be a put-off for me, but he is not electable, kind of like Ross Perot

              • Anonymous

                Ron Paul does not support Israel, and that is enough for me NOT to support him, but the main reason is that he is not electable…he is too much like Ross Perot..probably an ok person, but unelectable.

              • Anonymous

                Ron Paul does not support Israel, and that is enough for me NOT to support him, but the main reason is that he is not electable…he is too much like Ross Perot..probably an ok person, but unelectable.

          • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_QD2LDVA2DQZ4P2M3BRDZLUOU4M Vicki

            How stupid is that. She’s his vp. How does anyone not support the presidential nominee of the ticket she/he is on? That’s absurd.

          • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_QD2LDVA2DQZ4P2M3BRDZLUOU4M Vicki

            How stupid is that. She’s his vp. How does anyone not support the presidential nominee of the ticket she/he is on? That’s absurd.

            • Anonymous

              It’s absurd to stick with your principles? McCain got a payoff from her and that’s all there is to it.
              She’s nothing but another politician that does a lot of talking – but when it comes time to put her money where her mouth is (the same goes for Allen West) – she comped. That’s it – end of story.
              Brings to mind the parable of the steward that was given little – don’t you think?

            • Anonymous

              It’s absurd to stick with your principles? McCain got a payoff from her and that’s all there is to it.
              She’s nothing but another politician that does a lot of talking – but when it comes time to put her money where her mouth is (the same goes for Allen West) – she comped. That’s it – end of story.
              Brings to mind the parable of the steward that was given little – don’t you think?

      • http://twitter.com/bassmaster12 Jim R

        By sticking together and not marginalizing our own, I guess you mean by the way Sarah Palin hasn’t been marginalized over the last three years, right? Boy, those republicans really stuck by Palin’s side when she was governor and was being hit unmercifully with bogus ethics complaint after bogus ethics complaint – costing her family over $600,000 and grinding her administration to a halt. And those same republicans were right by her side again defending her when she was being essentially accused as an accomplice to mass murder in the moments after the Tucson tragedy. Is this what you mean by “sticking together”?

        • Anonymous

          No doubt, all the rinos that run the GOP need to be retired. But those that realize what the choices are need to suck it up and choose. Take your pick: Either than imperfect or the loathsome.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_IDAKYMXLZIRLMLGEZJXV3AOO7E Vorlath

    A real smear campaign against Perry? Sorry. Don’t see it. I’m just seeing Perry people trying to take down anyone that dares ask about his past record. ACORN, Al Gore, big spending, big government, etc. These are all things that NEED to be questioned. And you just know if Palin had anything remotely like this on her record, no one would let it slide.

  • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

    As a side issue, I have really had it with all the “Bush people,” Rove, and the whole family!

    • Anonymous

      Me too Dan. The republican establishment can kiss the primary voter’s hindquarters…right in the poopers!

    • Anonymous

      Me too Dan. The republican establishment can kiss the primary voter’s hindquarters…right in the poopers!

    • Anonymous

      You know. It really doesn’t make sense. If they want to fix this, they need to get behind whoever is running and save the criticisms for the current administration.

  • Anonymous

    I am going to the Mackinaw Island, Mi. leadership conference next month. All of the candidates will be there I believe, including Rick Perry. I’ll have to wear a suit to attend every dinner and reception/speech. If Rove is there I am going to tell him what I think of him.

    Look at my picture here. What do ya’ll think of this suit? I wonder if I can get on the boat to get there wearing this?

    • Anonymous

      Good for you! I’ve never made it to the Grand Hotel. I hope to, someday.

      I appoint you as my representative at this event, so when you speak to Mr. Rove, and the exchange gets heated, make sure some gobbets of spit find their way to his face. Then tell him those were requested by your constituents.

      • Anonymous

        I’ll do it! Perhaps “Somewhere In Time” you’ll get there :-)

        • Anonymous

          No way – is that where that movie was shot?

    • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

      I been there once a long time ago. It was alot of fun!

    • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

      I always wanted to go there when I lived back home- but there was never a chance. Maybe some day, I know it’s a beautiful place.

  • mike morrison

    What a joke…and this is what passes for vetting? He had a “God” moment? Look at what he’s DONE, not what he says. He SAID he would not run for president but serve out his full term as governor. That’s called lying at worse, or going back on your word at best.

    • Anonymous

      Do we need to list Obama’s lies? What’s the text limit on these posts, cause we’d need a boatload to list a fraction of his lies.

      We could start with Obama shaking hands with McCain regarding sources for campaign funding. That, by the way, was a real moment when we all saw the liar within and STILL he was elected.

    • Anonymous

      I just had a “sick” moment. Just when you think we’re talking politics, and seeing who is capable of running America, we get the ” If you only knew the names of the people that told me Perry was a god fearing conservative, you would be on board” crap. Can we just talk real world governing policies, and leave the superstition in private circles? So now, a few christians (mormons) have forgiven a man that has violated the conservative border and illegal immigrant issues that us Tea Party members are so strict about. So our standards are lowered because a candidate has recently apologized for his oopsies, and been forgiven by holier than thou no names? Mind you, he recognized his error once joining the race? Convenient, but typical!

      • Anonymous

        I just had a sick moment too steven. Now I’m going to read someone else’s post to alleviate that temporary malady. You ought to consider stowing all of that anti-Christian, anti-God garbage. D,D,Do you think you might be able to do that for a day or two? It’s ugly. It’s also offensive.

        • Anonymous

          Calm down and go on your vacation already!

          • Anonymous

            If he’s a nice li’l puppet and obeys, will he get a nice li’l patty-pat on the head and told “good boy”??

            • Anonymous

              No, he will morph into a conservative. Will you accept him then, or do you just like waffling politicians?

              • Anonymous

                Isn’t being an ‘obedient puppet’ the antithesis of conservatism????

                btw I was referring to the ‘bossy’ (bordering on arrogance) way you responded to Rshill7!

                • Anonymous

                  No, enforcing our border and staying out of the private sectors way is being conservative. He fails the first test, but has been pretty good in allowing the private sector to create jobs in Texas. Be objective, and don’t stand up for grown men who are religious hypocrites.

                • Anonymous

                  Buh-bye!!!

      • Anonymous

        I don’t agree that all religious belief is superstition. I am a theologically conservative Christian myself. But I agree with you Steven that religious grandstanding has no place in this discussion. Jesus would agree. Prayers in private matter more to God than wonderful oratories offered in large public venues. That’s one of the reasons I like Palin. She governed according to law. Her faith is real, and it informs her thinking, but it comes through indirectly, as simply the air she breaths. No grandstanding. Just a good, honest, intelligent person trying to do the right thing for the people of Alaska.

        • Anonymous

          Fair enough!

    • Anonymous

      Thank you. Will not run for POTUS means will not run for POTUS to me. There are no excuses. This guy is living on our dime to run for POTUS. He could have not run for another term as governor and still run for POTUS. Instead the people of Texas have no governor. This is a disgrace! There are no excuses.

      • Anonymous

        Are the Texas houses of governance in session?

      • http://twitter.com/cfallon57 Cheryl Fallon

        Why? Palin quit-to make money to pay bills that is and you excuse her behavior? Why is Perry worse than Palin?

        • Anonymous

          Palin resigned for several reasons. But her resignation did not require her to break any promises she made to get votes. Perry made two promises, to not run for President, and to fulfill his term. To run he had to break the first promise; If he gets elected he will have to break the second promise. He did not have to make those promises, but he did so because he felt it would help him in a tough election fight to retain his governorship. They were his promises to keep or break, and he must own them.

          Whereas Palin resigned, not against her word but because of her word. Unlike Perry, she made no promise to serve all four years, no promise not to run for President. Instead, her oath of office obligated her to honor the Alaskan and the US Constitutions, and to fulfill her duties to the best of her ability.

          When she got sucked into the Obama/DNC legal vortex, her ability to serve was seriously impaired. She said so. The legal situation was beyond the control of her office as governor, so to stay in office, she would have had to violate her promise to the people of Alaska and become a mere, empty figurehead, collecting a paycheck while laboring day in day out to do nothing but defend herself from Obama’s doomsday machine.

          The only way to avoid violating her oath was to do the unexpected, the politically impossible, and resign. Being a person of genuine character, that is exactly what she did, what she had always done, do the right thing for the people of Alaska. But never one to give up in a righteous cause, she moved the fight to where she could take the offensive against Obama and his machine more directly, the battle for Congress in 2010, and possibly for the presidency itself in 2012. Not shy, this one, and not one to break her promises either.

          • http://twitter.com/cfallon57 Cheryl Fallon

            Did she not take an oath of office when she became governor? Did Rick Perry say I promise NEVER to run for the office of the Presidency or did he just say no I will not run? If you are going to use the words-“break a promise” then he must have said I promise never to run….did he use those words?

            You are exempting SP from the oath she took to serve the citizens for 4 years as governor!

            What do any governors that seek the office of Presidency do when they decide to run for office? Do you really think SP payed attention to her duties as governor when she was tapped to be McCain’s vp?

            Todd, SP’s husband said they needed the money…she was being paid $125,000 as governor and her bills were mounting(the majority of the money owed due to her own relentless issues against her ex brother in law) Her favorability rating had dropped from 80% to low 50’s.

            SP was making a deal to do a book and later a reality show. Something the Constitution of AK wouldn’t allow her to do while on the job!

            Article 3 #6 in the Alaska Constitution says: The governor shall not hold any other office or position of profit under the United States, the State, or its political subdivisions.

            But never one to give up in a righteous cause, she moved the fight to where she could take the offensive against Obama and his machine more directly, the battle for Congress in 2010, and possibly for the presidency itself in 2012. Not shy, this one, and not one to break her promises either.

            …And she made a lot of money doing this righteous thing…Yes, she helped the Republicans but that was after the quitting, after the book deal, and reality show and after the speaking engagement fees were set.

            SP holds alot of the same values I do but her ability to stay focused and do the job-see it through- is I think is one of her bigger problems. There is more to her time in AK as councilwoman, mayor, chairman of the AOGCC and then governor other than the talking points she puts out through various websites and her fans.

            Does she have charisma- yes, does she have the ability to stir a crowd- yes, can she encourage Americans in seeing the best in their country- yes, does this mean she would make a good candidate to run this country-in my opinion NO not at this time as I don’t think she has shown the depth to serve as President.

            Wally Hickel a Republican, served 2 times as AK governor and also a member of the Alaskan Independent Party was initially a strong supporter of Palin whom he believed had the guts to serve boldly as governor of AK…He said this about her after she left her post as governor… “She fell in love with the national spotlight and lost her ethical compass. That was a sad day for Alaska and America.”

            • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_QD2LDVA2DQZ4P2M3BRDZLUOU4M Vicki

              I think Perry specifically said he would finish his term that he wouldn’t run for President.
              The thing with Palin is, if she’d resigned to run for Murkowski’s senate seat, or if she had simply run for it while holding on to her gov. seat, no one would be saying this.
              But she resigns and then arguable is a major instrumental force in helping the republicans overturn the house and gain several senate seats, and people call her a quitter.
              I think there should be a law requiring them all to resign their offices if they’re going to run for another office.

            • Anonymous

              Wow – you did a lot of work on your post.

            • Anonymous

              Wow – you did a lot of work on your post.

            • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_YL4YL72TFJPMLVU3TXPLJ4HWHY Johnry

              Do you even understand why she resigned?

              Upon her return to Alaska to resume her duties as Governor, Sarah Palin was plagued with one trumped up ethics charge after another which cost her staff dearly. Each charge was dismissed but rarely, if ever, reported by the media. As the Palins were a middle-class family and had to pay their own legal fees (which had amassed to over $500,000), the intent of her opponents was to force her family into bankruptcy.

              Sarah Palin knew she would not be able to pass one single piece of legislation for the people of Alaska.

              She knew her constituents were paying the price and suffering simply because their Governor’s name was “Sarah Palin”.

              Her decision to step down, as in all her decisions, was in the best interest of the people. She said “Life is about choices. You can choose things that tear you down or build you up”. She always made the right choice for the people in spite of the harsh criticism she knew she would receive.

              Anyway; Sarah Palin had also fulfilled all the campaign promises she made, i.e., ethics reform, budget cutting, earmark cutting, getting the natural gas pipeline off high center through an open, transparent, and competitive process!

              She promised to keep the frivolous anti-Palin law suits away from the Alaskan people and to be more effective on the stump ( supporting candidates , fundraising, etc)

              Sarah Palin was truthful on both accounts!

              For the past three years Sarah Palin has worked tirelessly to fight Obama’s policies and elect conservatives; she was #1 in the fight while others were sitting on the fence; she played a central role during the 2010 election.

        • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_YL4YL72TFJPMLVU3TXPLJ4HWHY Johnry

          Sarah Palin resigned to get the countless frivolous complaints against her out of the governor’s office, and the money they cost the state, away from the burden of taxpayers.
          That entire campaign of BS lawsuits was meant to do nothing but hamstring the governor’s office and bankrupt Sarah Palin

          She saw that if she stayed on as Governor it would continue to cost the state millions of dollars in wasted time and resources to defend against false and maliciously ethics complaints and doom it to gridlock.
          Gov. Palin’s entire administration was paralyzed by those frivolous complaints.

          In an article Gov. Palin said:
          “I said, ‘Enough. Political adversaries and their political friends in the media will not destroy my State, my administration, nor my family. Enough.’ I knew if I didn’t play their game any longer, they could not win. I would not retreat, I would instead reload, and I would fight for what is right from a different plane.”

          The Democrat operatives (and their Republican lackeys!!) responsible, were strangling the people’s business with their endless political manipulation of the system.
          She resigned because of time and financial burden of a litany of ethics complaints.
          The complaints were without merit and took away from the job she wanted to do for Alaskans.

          She had also fulfilled all the campaign promises she made, i.e., ethics reform, budget cutting, earmark cutting, getting the natural gas pipeline off high center through an open, transparent, and competitive process!!!

          She promised to keep the frivolous anti-Palin law suits away from the Alaskan people and to be more effective on the stump ( supporting candidates , fundraising, etc)

          Sarah Palin was truthful on both accounts!

      • http://www.therightscoop.com/ therightscoop

        OMG RICK PERRY IS A LIAR FREAKING LIAR UGH OMG LIAR LIAR PANTS ON FIRE!!!!!!1111!!11!!11!

        When in reality he just changed his mind.

        • Anonymous

          Leaders who make judgment calls based upon principle – rarely have to “change their minds.”
          Do you disagree?

        • Anonymous

          “Yep, I know I sold you that house for 200,000, signed, sealed, and delivered, and I’m really sorry you’re all moved in and such, but now I want another 200,000. I just changed my mind is all. No big deal. (insert big, toothy grin here)”

          Hmmm… what would I think of this person in real life? Oh wait, there IS someone just like that….

        • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_IDAKYMXLZIRLMLGEZJXV3AOO7E Vorlath

          Changed his mind on ACORN. Changed his mind on being Al Gore’s campaign manager in 1988. Changed his mind on Gardasil. Changed his mind on the Trans-Texas Corridor.

          There’s more. Lots more. Is this really nothing to worry about in your view? I know a few candidates who could never get away with this. Like ALL of them.

          • Anonymous

            He’s evolving! Haha.

        • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_QD2LDVA2DQZ4P2M3BRDZLUOU4M Vicki

          So if my husband says in his vows he’ll be faithful to me but then porks the next door neighbor, is he a liar or did he just change his mind?

          • http://www.therightscoop.com/ therightscoop

            So your husband deciding not to be faithful to you is like a politician changing his mind to run for a higher office?

            You are just brilliant. And I mean that sarcastically.

          • http://www.therightscoop.com/ therightscoop

            So your husband deciding not to be faithful to you is like a politician changing his mind to run for a higher office?

            You are just brilliant. And I mean that sarcastically.

          • Anonymous

            You might just need to get a boob job and slip into your daughter’s clothing. But, I think he would be categorized as a liar. Or, in the case of the naives, just forgive him and consider him a fallen individual. That will make you feel better.

        • Anonymous

          Conveniently, right after announcing his candidacy for president. I wonder if he was told to ” change his mind?” Although, he could have had an epiphany, right before announcing his candidacy. Doesn’t sound authentic to me.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_L3L4J77QIBT4LPVXHG3WEMLHKQ Akabosan

    Heh, heh, heh… “Please don’t throw me in that briar patch, please please don’ throw me in there…” Bush’s and others supporting Palin to go against Perry, until the two ‘P’s’ end up in one pod… LOL “This is going to be fun. Golly.” GB

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_L3L4J77QIBT4LPVXHG3WEMLHKQ Akabosan

    Heh, heh, heh… “Please don’t throw me in that briar patch, please please don’ throw me in there…” Bush’s and others supporting Palin to go against Perry, until the two ‘P’s’ end up in one pod… LOL “This is going to be fun. Golly.” GB

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_L3L4J77QIBT4LPVXHG3WEMLHKQ Akabosan

    Heh, heh, heh… “Please don’t throw me in that briar patch, please please don’ throw me in there…” Bush’s and others supporting Palin to go against Perry, until the two ‘P’s’ end up in one pod… LOL “This is going to be fun. Golly.” GB

  • Anonymous

    You know if you keep saying things like that, Perry will lose the atheist vote.

    • Anonymous

      This has nothing to do with Perry. Remember, Beck is the biggest proponent of the “both sides are just as bad” camp and he spends as much time trashing Republicans as he does Dems. No, this is all about Glenn Beck.

      My guess? Beck wants a third party run and he’s setting himself up to be it’s spokesman. Not run himself. He wants to be it’s champion. That’s my guess what this is all about. Beck doesn’t give a crap about Rick Perry and he only mentioned Sarah Palin because who else is he gonna mention and get attention?

    • Anonymous

      Yeah, but he will get the religious vote, because some no-named who’s who said so. Get on board!

  • Anonymous

    This would funny if it weren’t so disgusting. Beck has been trying to hijack the Tea Party ever since he got his show on Fox and this makes it obvious he’s still trying. And he was successful, too. The Tea Party near my old house in Massachusetts fell into the Beck camp all the way.

    Anyone who thinks the Bushies and Karl Rove want Sarah Palin to run for president is a moron. I don’t think Beck is a moron so he’s setting up a false narrative to further his own agenda. This little incident also proves to me that Beck is about as religious as I am. Perry had a “God moment”? Oh, cripes. I don’t know what Beck’s angle is here but he’s trying to set up something he will benefit from. Beck has something cooking and it’s not gonna be pretty.

    • Anonymous

      Beck is right on about some things, but a religious zealot wanker on others. He needs to stick with politics, and let Pat do the preachin. That is why is ratings dropped; people were sick of his zealot heart to hearts.

      • Anonymous

        After hearing that clip I don’t think Beck has a sincere religious bone in his body. Seriously. He’s playing to a specific audience and saying what he thinks that audience wants to hear.

        • Anonymous

          That’s my problem with Beck. I’ve liked him since I was a teenager, but he’s got one toe in politics, and the rest in religion. He needs to figure out what his job description is and stick with it. You don’t hear Rush, the king, saying this nonsense. No wonder why Mark Levin calls him a back bencher. He picks up politics from the dons of talk, and waxes on about religion, which cause his ratings to plummet.

          • Anonymous

            We are guaranteed freedom of religion in this country steven, not freedom from it. Our country’s religious/Christian heritage has served us well. Did you used to slap your Momma across the face every time she served you a meal? if not, why do you insist on slapping our Christian heritage every hour?

            That’s what you’re doing here with all of your saliva-dripping, anti-religious, rabid, canines. You’re an anti-religious bigot. Does that shoe fit? I know it stinks, but does it fit?

            • Anonymous

              If the meal wasn’t prepared and in front of me by five sharp, well, she received a whackin a time or two.

          • Anonymous

            Yeah, I never bought his conversion to Mormonism. There’s a 9 or 10 part series of videos of one of Beck’s old stage shows at YouTube. I watched it a couple of years ago and he’s very funny. The guy can put on a good show. But that whole segment where he explains why he became a Mormon is just too ridiculous to take seriously. He claims that he was surrounded by Mormons everywhere he went but was determined not to fall for it. It’s really very funny to hear him tell that part of his tale.

            Beck says he and his girlfriend, now his wife, scoured the countryside looking for a church that they felt comfortable in and after searching and searching and searching he had to finally stop denying that it was in front of him all along. Yup. The Mormons.

            You know what I thought when I heard his tale? Beck was a drunk who was desperate for work in radio after hitting bottom and the only back was to “convert” to Mormonism to get a job with the only people he knew who could get him a job in radio.

            This video confirms my impression.

            • Anonymous

              If you feel comfortable in the Mormon church, I think you are suspect. Speaking of, have you heard of that Mormon polygamist that is dying, due to a hunger strike after being convicted of being, well, a Mormon? Glen’s books suck too. Talk about a waste of trees. Mark Levin has that dude pegged!

            • http://www.therightscoop.com/ therightscoop

              I watched it too. And I completely disagree. He was very genuine and sincere about it.

              • Anonymous

                You’re the Christian. If you think it’s reasonable that someone could sample several different churches and conclude that the Mormon Church was the only one that made sense then I’ll bow to your expertise.

        • Anonymous

          Ding ding ding…we have a winner!!!

  • Anonymous

    What exactly are these “concerns” they are talking about with Rick Perry? Was he a RINO or something three years ago? I wish Glenn Beck would be specific about exactly how Perry has become more conservative in his positions.

    • Anonymous

      He loves eliminating borders, giving in-state tuition to illegals, and talked crap on the Arizona law, that enforced immigration laws. Overall, to some, a damn good conservative. Oh, but he realized he was wrong, after getting into the presidential race.

      • Anonymous

        Is immigration the only issue, or are there others where his positions were less conservative than they are now?

        • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_IDAKYMXLZIRLMLGEZJXV3AOO7E Vorlath

          Big spender. Big government. ACORN. Al Gore’s campaign manager in 1988. Trans-Texas Corridor. Gardasil. The tax “swap” on businesses. Most jobs created in Texas are in the public sector. Enterprise “slush” Fund. Crony-capitalist to the core. You can find more. It’s out there. BTW, I’m just giving you the names of what to look for. The devil’s in the details.

          Oh, and the guy will not debate anyone. He’s unable to speak without a teleprompter. Sound like anyone you know?

          • Anonymous

            Snap! I like it, Vorlath. Now that is keeping it real!

          • Anonymous

            Snap! I like it, Vorlath. Now that is keeping it real!

        • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_IDAKYMXLZIRLMLGEZJXV3AOO7E Vorlath

          Big spender. Big government. ACORN. Al Gore’s campaign manager in 1988. Trans-Texas Corridor. Gardasil. The tax “swap” on businesses. Most jobs created in Texas are in the public sector. Enterprise “slush” Fund. Crony-capitalist to the core. You can find more. It’s out there. BTW, I’m just giving you the names of what to look for. The devil’s in the details.

          Oh, and the guy will not debate anyone. He’s unable to speak without a teleprompter. Sound like anyone you know?

  • http://www.kennethballard.com Kenneth

    I cannot give any support to Rick Perry. Michelle Bachmann at least shows she doesn’t know the Constitution as well as she should, given that she’s botched the First Amendment on multiple occasions and has stated support for the idea that the United States is a theocracy or that the Founders intended the United States to be a theocracy.

    Rick Perry, on the other hand, has shown how dangerous some conservatives can be. From his book, he posited this idea for an Amendment to the Constitution:

    [A]llow Congress to override the Supreme Court with a two-thirds vote in both the House and Senate, which risks increased politicization of judicial decisions, but also has the benefit of letting the people stop the Court from unilaterally deciding policy.

    You must be a very short-sighted individual to even consider such a thought, let alone express it. If you do not understand the danger behind this idea, you need to study Supreme Court jurisprudence to see just what would be in the firing line.

    For this reason I am not only thankful the amendment process laid out in Article V of the Constitution is intentionally difficult, but I cannot give any support to Rick Perry.

  • Anonymous

    Was that after his professed love of HillaryCare? I guess he can explain that flip flop away by saying “he has seen the light”???

    http://www.lewrockwell.com/politicaltheatre/2011/08/perry-praised-hillary-for-her-healthcare-scheme/

    • Anonymous

      But he now has the backing of real bigwigs, that have no name. Why question him. Have faith! Just kidding. He’s a wanker.

  • Anonymous

    I don’t think there is much evidence of “support” for Palin in the Bushite faction. Just a slight moderation in tone.

    Perry’s three terms in the Governor’s Mansion (I assume that’s what they call it in TX) puts him in his own league, with his own power brokers, and he doesn’t need any of the Bush people at all. In fact, Perry’s candidacy is pretty much the end of the book where the Bush operatives are concerned. It might have been different if “W” had not relied on so many of his father’s people, and had more younger ones in his retinue. But they are fading fast, and their influence, faster.

    One good outcome of this primary will be the breaking of the old-guard Republican power players and their miserable, statist tendencies.

    2012 really can not come too soon.

    Eight years of Palin/Perry, followed by eight years of Perry/West is about what it will take to restore the American Moment.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/David-Zimmerman/100000170374343 David Zimmerman

      Actually, Perry owes his third term to Palin. she came down to oppose Kay Bailey Hutchinson who was supported by Bush and Company. Perry called her down and she helped ward off the tea party candidate who was gaining stength.
      She was truly surprised he entered the race and so stated. I think she was counting on Perry’s support. I guarantee he won’t get hers.

      • Anonymous

        Interesting. But she sure isn’t part of the Bush faction.

  • Anonymous

    Most of the anti-Perry comments on these articles/blogs are
    coming from Ron Paul/ Sarah Palin fanatics. It’s the same
    crap on every site. It a shame that it’s not even from the
    left….yet. And yes, Palin hurts Perry and helps Romney so
    that argument has merit.

    • http://profiles.google.com/michael.andrew.alaniz Michael Alaniz

      I support Palin, but am not a fanatic. Answer this question for me. What does it mean that she will help Romney?

    • Anonymous

      No they are not. People have a right to discuss what is bothering them about a candidate. We went through the same thing when is was Romney, Bachmann, Newt, Trump etc. It’s just the new flavor of the month, that’s all. If we don’t vet the candidate you can bet your butt Axelplouff will throw the book at them.

      Rick Perry may be tough but some, not all, of his supporters are turning out to be real whiners. The vetting process makes a candidate tempered steel to face the opposition. Get with the program. Bachmann, who is not my preferred candidate, encountered much worse, geez!

    • Anonymous

      No they are not. People have a right to discuss what is bothering them about a candidate. We went through the same thing when is was Romney, Bachmann, Newt, Trump etc. It’s just the new flavor of the month, that’s all. If we don’t vet the candidate you can bet your butt Axelplouff will throw the book at them.

      Rick Perry may be tough but some, not all, of his supporters are turning out to be real whiners. The vetting process makes a candidate tempered steel to face the opposition. Get with the program. Bachmann, who is not my preferred candidate, encountered much worse, geez!

    • Anonymous

      Must you demonize people as “fanatics” for disagreeing with you?

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_IDAKYMXLZIRLMLGEZJXV3AOO7E Vorlath

      Oh please. Palin has gone through much worse for three years. The other candidates have been attacked on their record. You sound like an Obama supporter, except for Perry. Don’t want anyone to criticize your Messiah. If they do, then you call them names. Let me guess, we’re racist and terrorists?

    • Anonymous

      I’d like to respond, but in the hostile atmosphere of this thread anything I say about how Palin hurts Perry and helps Romney (I feel) would be met with derision if not worse.

      • http://www.facebook.com/people/David-Zimmerman/100000170374343 David Zimmerman

        I’m sure not a Ron Paul supporter. I support Palin. And yes when she enters she will hurt Perry, and she’ll hurt Romney…both fatally.

      • Anonymous

        Yep. I think that these blogs should require people to declare their political position. For example, “I’m voting for Paul and here are the talking points against Perry.” I sure haven’t made up my mind yet, and I do live in Texas, but I don’t appreciate all this stuff being floated about by people with an axe to grind.

        • Anonymous

          I haven’t made up my mind yet either – still gathering and studying info. I don’t want my decision to be ruled by emotion but by calm rational thinking.

          Our country is at stake in as dangerous a situation as it has ever been. 2012 election cycle like none other before needs careful thought and research and a whole lot of prayer.

  • David Robertson

    Palin? Really? Bush cronies supporting Palin? I can’t remember ever hearing Karl Rove give Palin anything that resembles support other than admitting she is a force to be reckoned with.
    If Karl Rove and the Bushies represent the establishment, why in the world would they support Palin? And IF that is the case, then I would say we’ve begun to win the war against the Republican elites, and I’m glad they are supporting her.
    I can’t recall a politician more vetted and scrutinized than Palin. I also can’t recall a politician coming out as clean as she has after the vetting. If the best her opponents can come up with is “the bridge to nowhere”, I would say that’s pretty clean. She is sincere and original. If she gets in, I’m 110% behind her Primary.

    • Anonymous

      Once I learned that she offered the money for that “bridge to nowhere” to Minneapolis to help repair the bridge when it collapsed and was prevented from doing so by the federal government, even the “bridge to nowhere” argument became moot.

    • Anonymous

      Once I learned that she offered the money for that “bridge to nowhere” to Minneapolis to help repair the bridge when it collapsed and was prevented from doing so by the federal government, even the “bridge to nowhere” argument became moot.

  • David Robertson

    Palin? Really? Bush cronies supporting Palin? I can’t remember ever hearing Karl Rove give Palin anything that resembles support other than admitting she is a force to be reckoned with.
    If Karl Rove and the Bushies represent the establishment, why in the world would they support Palin? And IF that is the case, then I would say we’ve begun to win the war against the Republican elites, and I’m glad they are supporting her.
    I can’t recall a politician more vetted and scrutinized than Palin. I also can’t recall a politician coming out as clean as she has after the vetting. If the best her opponents can come up with is “the bridge to nowhere”, I would say that’s pretty clean. She is sincere and original. If she gets in, I’m 110% behind her Primary.

  • Anonymous

    Beck may be back on the pain meds. If so, I forgive him. If not, he’s a real fruitcake.

    • Anonymous

      And you’re a real turkey…together you make a so, so holiday dinner.

      • Anonymous

        Turkey or beaver?

      • Anonymous

        Turkey or beaver?

        • Anonymous

          Turkey, with ratsauce and coackroach stuffing.

          • Anonymous

            Are you making a pass at me?

            • Anonymous

              No, I am simply passing you. You can pass the pus pudding to yourself.

              Beep, beep! See ya’ at the bottom of the canyon. I’ll use my non-acme binoculars to take in the full panorams of your dusty hard-landing.

  • Anonymous

    Glenn must be smoking something. The Bushies have **never** supported Palin. Even Barbara Bush jumped in with her condescending “Sarah Palin’s very pretty but I hope she stays in Alaska” comment.

    As far as Rick Perry is concerned I don’t care if he’s had a “God Moment”. Call me cynical but plenty of murderers, thieves and shysters have had their “God Moments” as well, and most of them are using it to further their own agendas or fatten their own wallets.

    • Anonymous

      Word!!

      • Anonymous

        Oh look, more Kibble for Phydeaux!

    • Anonymous

      What do you think of Chuck Colson’s “God-moment”. What is your litmus test for turning. I agree, skepticism is warrented along the lines of Reagan’s “trust but verify”.

      Personally, my litmus test for “God experiences” is when they start standing up for Biblical teaching on Creation and questioning evolution. That’s when I know they’re not out for public approval, but have switched to a principled position.

      • Anonymous

        woohooo

  • Anonymous

    If it is genuine, Perry should have no problem denouncing Aga Kahn, and admitting the ugly truth of the Islamic, anti-Christian curriculum they forced on the San Antonio School District. They only scrubbed it from the District website after Pamela Geller’s exposed them.

  • Anonymous

    If it is genuine, Perry should have no problem denouncing Aga Kahn, and admitting the ugly truth of the Islamic, anti-Christian curriculum they forced on the San Antonio School District. They only scrubbed it from the District website after Pamela Geller’s exposed them.

  • Anonymous

    All – you might want to look at this letter Perry sent to Pelosi concerning TARP.

    http://unelected.org/wp-content/perry_letter.jpg

    It was part of an organized “Bi-Partisan” effort with similar letters sent from others and can be reviewed here.

    http://www.scribd.com/doc/62442856/Rick-Perry-s-TARP-Letter

  • Anonymous

    Which god Glenn?

    • Anonymous

      You’re right RK, Glenn doesn’t know which god he wants to follow. I’ll make a wager however, that it’s not the Jehovah God of the Bible…

      • Anonymous

        Who died and made you judge of any person’s heart and relationship with God??

        • Anonymous

          It’s pretty easy to judge Glenn Becks heart since he spills it out on a daily basis. He is a member of a church that believes Jesus is half brother to Satan. His God was a man who became god just like all “Temple” Mormons can. They will each become gods in charge of their own little planet. By the way, not just a member of the church but an important member like Romney. This is all a matter of record and from the Mormon’s own literature.

          If Glenn Beck has a relationship with a god, it is a fair question to ask him which god? It is also a cinch that it is NOT the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. You don’t need to look at his “Heart” to figure this out, just listen to him and judge him by his actions. His mouth speaks one thing, but his actions speak another.

          • Anonymous

            I’m with Scoop on the subject of GB’s commitment to God. Scoop said he had heard GB’s testimony (as have I) and believes it’s sincere.

            “Judge not lest you be judged by the same judgment that you judged. For with what judgment you judge, you shall be judged; and with what measure you mete, it shall be measured to you again.” Matt. 7:1,2.

            Jesus didn’t say He would stop you from judging but He was saying be careful how you judge because the same type you use will come back on you.

            Judgment of the heart is God’s alone – mortals do not have the capability to know and see what God does. Our relationship with Him is a heart thing.

            We can ‘judge’ in the area of ‘fruit’ i.e. actions and their results, but we better be prepared to accept the same type of judgment that we used.

      • Anonymous

        He’s covering all his bases.

    • Anonymous

      You’re right RK, Glenn doesn’t know which god he wants to follow. I’ll make a wager however, that it’s not the Jehovah God of the Bible…

  • Han Solo

    I have voted R for president since Reagan.

    I will NOT vote for another establishment republican with nice hair…ever.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Nancy-Smith/100001914473514 Nancy Smith

    I’m sorry, but no, Glenn, Rick Perry is not the real deal. Unless you believe the real deal is yet another crony-capitalist. Gardasil Perry is the best that money can buy and 30 minutes of research would have shown you this. I am very perplexed that you are apparently throwing your support to this man. These should get you started:
    http://www.nhteapartycoalition.org/tea/2011/06/23/rick-perry/
    http://www.newsmax.com/Politics/Perry-TeaParty-Texas-president/2011/08/17/id/407709
    http://www.texasobserver.org/cover-story/slush-fun
    http://www.rlc.org/2011/08/12/texas-rlc-sends-out-warning-on-rick-perry/
    http://tpmdc.talkingpointsmemo.com/2011/08/rick-perrys-immigration-journey-could-haunt-presidential-race.php
    http://www.businessinsider.com/texas-budget-shortfall-2011-1#ixzz1Uy9d7cgo
    He supported the bailouts: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JqzG3AZBhww&

    I live in Texas. Perry is no small government conservative. He has been planning this run for a very long time and will say anything and do anything to win. Just be sure to check his votes; they do not match his rhetoric.

    Then wave goodbye to Al Gore’s campaign chairman in Texas.

    Oh, and be sure and search for his 1993 letter to Hillary Clinton, thanking her for her work on government-run healthcare.

  • Anonymous

    Glenn Beck is a MORON!

  • Anonymous

    This is bunk. What does Perry’s “God moment” have anything to do with anything(especially my vote)?

    Beck is saying that Perry had a God moment and because Karl Rove now thinks that Palin will announce then Palin should not therefore announce because Perry had a “God Moment” because then Palin will have been played. Any questions?

  • Anonymous

    I liked glenn when he was on Fox but ever since that issue with Andrew I have found him difficult to trust. Why do so many on the right refuse to address it? More importantly, why wont Glenn?

  • Anonymous

    Let’s see: First Glenn Beck is a Roman Catholic; then converts to Mormonism; now says he’s a Christian. Whew! And he has the chutzpah to talk about Rick Perry’s ‘God Moment’?! I gave up on Beck a couple of years ago; he’s outgrown himself.

  • http://profiles.google.com/dixiepassion DIXIE PASSION

    I think Perry had a real Bilderberg moment. I hear that is who is funding him

  • Anonymous

    Has the cement been thrown in the lake yet?
    Let me know when that happens, and I still won’t listen to Beck.
    Thank you,
    Robert Walker

  • Anonymous

    Has the cement been thrown in the lake yet?
    Let me know when that happens, and I still won’t listen to Beck.
    Thank you,
    Robert Walker

  • Anonymous

    Has the cement been thrown in the lake yet?
    Let me know when that happens, and I still won’t listen to Beck.
    Thank you,
    Robert Walker

  • Anonymous

    oh come on beck has been pimping Perry since 2009

  • Anonymous

    oh come on beck has been pimping Perry since 2009

  • Anonymous

    oh come on beck has been pimping Perry since 2009

  • Anonymous

    VICENTE FOX: I’m talking about a community of North America, an integrated agreement of Canada, the United States, and Mexico in the long term

    RICK PERRY:President Fox’s vision for an open border is a vision I embrace, as long as we demonstrate the will to address the obstacles to it.

  • http://twitter.com/melodramatic1 melodramatic1

    I am a fan of Beck. Used to be a *big* fan of Beck. Seriously, though? I hate the “I know someone who says this, and if *only* I could tell you who it is, you would be on board too, but I can’t, because …. well… I won’t.” What?!? Just tell us already, geez. Let me decide for *myself* if I would trust the person or not.

  • http://twitter.com/melodramatic1 melodramatic1

    I am a fan of Beck. Used to be a *big* fan of Beck. Seriously, though? I hate the “I know someone who says this, and if *only* I could tell you who it is, you would be on board too, but I can’t, because …. well… I won’t.” What?!? Just tell us already, geez. Let me decide for *myself* if I would trust the person or not.

    • Anonymous

      I agree. I’m getting a little tired of the I heard this from Mr X and I won’t tell you who he is but if you knew then you would agree. Why not tell us then?? If we would agree then tell who it is. Plus put some of Perry’s record on issue and defend it. Do YOUR research Glenn and defend Perry’s record. Its gotta be more than “he had a God moment”, what is that supposed to mean anyways? He was a Christian before but now he’s an even better Christian??

    • Anonymous

      I agree. I’m getting a little tired of the I heard this from Mr X and I won’t tell you who he is but if you knew then you would agree. Why not tell us then?? If we would agree then tell who it is. Plus put some of Perry’s record on issue and defend it. Do YOUR research Glenn and defend Perry’s record. Its gotta be more than “he had a God moment”, what is that supposed to mean anyways? He was a Christian before but now he’s an even better Christian??

    • Anonymous

      You’re supposed to have faith, or some crap, I guess.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_QD2LDVA2DQZ4P2M3BRDZLUOU4M Vicki

    Beck is acting like a dink. Why didn’t he vet some of this stuff Perry has done. Gardasil? Trans Texas Corridor. A shady looking land deal. Come on. What a hypocrit. It’s terrible that the “press” wouldn’t shed the light on Obama’s past, but Beck can just glaze over Perry’s? He’s not helping us by doing this. It needs to be brought out and discussed. Because if Perry’s got some bad bones in his closet, we need him out NOW. Not after he’s the nominee.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_QD2LDVA2DQZ4P2M3BRDZLUOU4M Vicki

    Beck is acting like a dink. Why didn’t he vet some of this stuff Perry has done. Gardasil? Trans Texas Corridor. A shady looking land deal. Come on. What a hypocrit. It’s terrible that the “press” wouldn’t shed the light on Obama’s past, but Beck can just glaze over Perry’s? He’s not helping us by doing this. It needs to be brought out and discussed. Because if Perry’s got some bad bones in his closet, we need him out NOW. Not after he’s the nominee.

  • Anonymous

    Sorry Beck can’t go with you on this one. Perry = same old same old
    Nothing said here will change the fact that I still like the old crazy guy who has been right all along.

  • http://foxnation.com TeaPartyPatriot4ever

    Glenn, Glenn, Glenn..

    Read Gov, Perry’s own Texas State Board Registry of Labor Statistics and Records, before singing the praises of Gov. Rick Perry..

    Gov. Perry is a Big govt. Liberal Republican party RINO..  He created jobs alright, but 90% if them were in the govt sector, not the private sector..  and his job creating myth and illusion, is wrapped around crony capitalism..  and now Gov. Perry is saying that Social Security is an Ponzi scheme.. That’s a political death wish, for anyone seeking the US Presidency, to say..

    WoW… he just opened his mouth, one too may times, this time.   Social Security needs to be reorganized to made more solvent, then Congress needs to stay out of the Social Security cookie jar, but that’s it.. 

    Look.. Gov. Perry is the same as Obama in bloating and growing big govt. jobs, just to make him look good, and he off sets the Budget income shortfall, that he had to balance his State budget shortfall,  with, due to the lack of private free enterprise economy revenue, from the private sector,  with Obama’s federal govt. obamacare funding money, which Perry said he would not take, but which he gladly accepts, to make him look like a great Governor.

    The vast Majority of Tea Party groups, are NOT behind Perry..  Just  a few groups who do not understand yet, that he’s not a Constitutional Conservative, but a Big Govt. Liberal Republican RINO, who’s now being vetted, and his political foundations are now starting to crumble, from his hypocrisy of saying one thing, but doing then opposite..such as  illegal Immigrants, and giving them tuition assistance, and Border Security, to accepting the Fed’s money to balance his Budget with, instead of using Texas resources and revenue, and by cutting excessive govt. spending.

    Here’s an article to help give facts and truths, to the Gov. Perry Pro-Business Conservative illusion- These are Facts and Statistics from Perry’s own Texas State Registry Board for Labor Statistics and Records.

    “How Rick Perry Created Jobs in Texas”
    by Rick Newman August 16, 2011
    US News and World Report

    quote-

    “It sounds like an outsized Texas boast, but the numbers support Rick Perry when he claims that Texas has created more than one-third of the jobs in the United States since the economic recovery began in 2009.

    There’s an important caveat, however, that the Texas governor is unlikely to volunteer:  Virtually all of those new jobs are in the government sector, not in private enterprise.”

    unquote-

    This is where the Tea Party Constitutional Conservatism meets and hits the road, and where the weak kneed spineless Republican Party establishment elitists, comes in..   in other words, do the Constitutional Conservative Values and Principles comes in to play, when the rubber hits the road, during the governing process.

    They don’t call it the Texas 2 step, for nothing..!!

  • Anonymous

    Question with boldness the motives of Glenn Beck.

    If he thinks Perry is so great – How come he calls on Palin, not Perry, when he wants to draw a hugh crowd at one of his events?

  • Anonymous

    Being a credible Mormon, Beck is spiritual all right, but knows NOTHING about being a Christian or having peace with the living God. Beck needs to stay focused on politics. He is a blind man when it comes to faith in the biblical God.

  • Anonymous

    I must say I am surprised to see all the bash Perry comments on this thread. The polls aren’t reflecting that sentiment, so who is doing this? I don’t think its the tea party, I think it is Ron Paul supporters and old guard GOP.

    I’m with Glenn on this one. I haven’t decided 100%, but my spirit tells my head that Perry has had his come to Jesus moment, this is for real and this is something we don’t want to ignore. None the less, I don’t know for sure that he is my candidate, time will tell.

    My thing is to watch and wait. To be involved at the local level, to get behind someone, whether it is Perry, Romney, Bachmann or Paul. Ty to get your candidate elected on the POSITIVES on the charts you develop to decide who your candidate is, then when the rubber meets the road and we have our nominee, don’t stay home. Get behind the nominee and get Obama out of office and for goodness sake – VOTE!

    If we don’t, 4 more years of Obama will tear this country apart. We have to come together at that moment. We don’t have a choice.

    So stop tearing apart and build your T charts, pros and cons. No one has to be a fanatic for one candidate or another. Let’s not do the Dems job for them people. Let’s not go there.

  • Anonymous

    I must say I am surprised to see all the bash Perry comments on this thread. The polls aren’t reflecting that sentiment, so who is doing this? I don’t think its the tea party, I think it is Ron Paul supporters and old guard GOP.

    I’m with Glenn on this one. I haven’t decided 100%, but my spirit tells my head that Perry has had his come to Jesus moment, this is for real and this is something we don’t want to ignore. None the less, I don’t know for sure that he is my candidate, time will tell.

    My thing is to watch and wait. To be involved at the local level, to get behind someone, whether it is Perry, Romney, Bachmann or Paul. Ty to get your candidate elected on the POSITIVES on the charts you develop to decide who your candidate is, then when the rubber meets the road and we have our nominee, don’t stay home. Get behind the nominee and get Obama out of office and for goodness sake – VOTE!

    If we don’t, 4 more years of Obama will tear this country apart. We have to come together at that moment. We don’t have a choice.

    So stop tearing apart and build your T charts, pros and cons. No one has to be a fanatic for one candidate or another. Let’s not do the Dems job for them people. Let’s not go there.

  • http://twitter.com/argandma laura george

    ANYBODY BUT OBAMA! Even, gag, Ron Paul would be better. Whomever wins the nomination has my vote. I don’t trust Rick Perry as far as I can smell the hairspray on his hair but he would be better than Paul.

  • KingKongwong

    Perry is a build-a-burger, he went to the last meeting, just like Clinton did before he got put in as president, and just like Carter did just before he got put into office, so he does have something to hide like a secret oath. Something new about Perry, maybe he has a chip implant. Endorced by Bush is this a secret was to dicredit Palin?