Longtime GOP Texas Gov. Perry wins an...

Longtime GOP Texas Gov. Perry wins another term

There are 23479 comments on the El Paso Times story from Nov 2, 2010, titled Longtime GOP Texas Gov. Perry wins another term. In it, El Paso Times reports that:

Republican Gov. Rick Perry has defeated Democrat Bill White to win a third four-year term as Texas governor.

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Defiant1

Deer Park, TX

#20751 Oct 15, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
Defiant, you know I couldn't leave you to fight alone against these Philistines! Looks like you had their coulos on the run, though....
Thanks for the help. Looks like there are plenty of these nut cases to go around.
Defiant1

Deer Park, TX

#20753 Oct 15, 2013
Bernard Forand wrote:
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Well well Defiant Texan have exposed what the dregs are that has been fermenting their dysfunctional ideologies. Now republicans are no longer taken at their word. Too much deceit and propaganda to answerer for. Gallup poll has reached new record lows for approval and disproval ratings for the republican party. Both of you do yourselves a favor and put down that Tea addiction and seek the Almighty Truth to forgive you of your trespasses. Remember?
In the early hours of September 15, 2008, five years ago last Sunday, Lehman Brothers announced it would file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Lehman was a giant of the financial system -- the fourth-largest investment bank in the US, a firm that employed thousands of brokers and analysts, with billions in assets that were suddenly worthless -- and its collapse sent shock waves through the global economy.
Suddenly, it was obvious that the next president of the United States would inherit a staggering economic crisis. But the challenge that President Obama was forced to confront didn't just begin in 2008. Even before Lehman Brothers, middle-class security had been slowly eroding for decades as jobs became obsolete or were shipped overseas.
So as we mark this anniversary, we've asked senior staff from across the Obama administration to sit down and talk about the moment when key decisions were made -- the factors they weighed, the results of the actions that President Obama took. What we've put together is a behind-the-scenes look of the decision-making process that you won't find anywhere else.
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By the end of 2008, the economy was shrinking by an annual rate of more than 8 percent, our businesses were shedding 800,000 jobs a month, and credit was frozen for families and small businesses. We were in the midst of the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression. On the day that I first began working in the White House in 2009, the auto industry was on the brink of collapse and the President was wrestling with how to help the millions of families in thousands of communities who would have been devastated if the motor companies died.
That's the lens through which President Obama saw his responsibilities, and it's a consistent theme in all the stories we've collected. Every decision he made was meant to stop the economy from spiraling out of control, put people back to work, and reverse the trends that had buffeted middle class for decades. The task was nothing short of monumental -- to clear away the rubble of the crisis and lay down a new foundation for sustained economic growth in the United States.
There's no diminishing the severity of the challenge we've overcome together, and we’ve got a lot more work to do to rebuild an economy where everyone who works hard has a chance to get ahead. But five years after Lehman Brothers bankruptcy, we want to help everyone get the context and see the full picture.
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Considering that 51% of the sheeple in this country are starting to wake up, your "Food Stamp President" isn't getting more popular. Wait till more of
them find that the AHCA isn't affordable. Then he might need to find them
affordable housing. FEMA detention camps that is.

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#20754 Oct 15, 2013
Defiant1 wrote:
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Thanks for the help. Looks like there are plenty of these nut cases to go around.
Takes damn nut to be a democrat, being mathematically inept also helps.I own a gunshop now, don't see many democrats, thank goodness.
Defiant1

Deer Park, TX

#20756 Oct 15, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
<quoted text> Takes damn nut to be a democrat, being mathematically inept also helps.I own a gunshop now, don't see many democrats, thank goodness.
It's probably a good thing that I don't own a gun shop. I wouldn't make any money being my own best customer. LOL. Good luck with yours.
John D

Waco, TX

#20757 Oct 16, 2013
yep, you know and everyone else on this blog knows what kind of a person you are. Too bad you only exercise your keyboard muscles hiding behind the skirt of your computer. I bet in public you are a little scared puppy with its tail under and shaking worse than a Chihuahua when it barks out loud knowing it has a tiny bitsy bite and balls. A trait of a yellow belly coward.... everyone know it but yourself.
san anto

Houston, TX

#20759 Oct 16, 2013
!Well well well if it isn't the ( WHINIG PARTY) HEARDTHAT ALL THE CRYING N BITCHING YOU ALL DID IN WASHINGTON WAS FOR A LOST CAUSE YOU ALL LOST REPUBLICANS .THE PREZ DIDNT GIVE YOU ALL A DAMN THING YOUR STRAGETY DIDNT WORK NOW COME ELECTION OUT YOU GO GUESS ITS BACK TO BEGGING FOR A VOTE .BUNCH OF CRYBABYS EVEN JOHN BOHNER YOUR LEADER LOOK LIKE A FOOL THE WAY HE WAS OUT MANUVERED LMFAO
Defiant1

Deer Park, TX

#20760 Oct 16, 2013
John D wrote:
yep, you know and everyone else on this blog knows what kind of a person you are. Too bad you only exercise your keyboard muscles hiding behind the skirt of your computer. I bet in public you are a little scared puppy with its tail under and shaking worse than a Chihuahua when it barks out loud knowing it has a tiny bitsy bite and balls. A trait of a yellow belly coward.... everyone know it but yourself.
That's pretty funny Butter Ball. You get called out for the lying crap sack that you are and this nonsense post is the best that you can do?. I'm providing a link just for you. Fill out your hurt feelings report and send it to someone who cares. I don't.

http://www.photokami.com/Hurtfeelings.pdf
Defiant1

Deer Park, TX

#20761 Oct 16, 2013
san anto wrote:
!Well well well if it isn't the ( WHINIG PARTY) HEARDTHAT ALL THE CRYING N BITCHING YOU ALL DID IN WASHINGTON WAS FOR A LOST CAUSE YOU ALL LOST REPUBLICANS .THE PREZ DIDNT GIVE YOU ALL A DAMN THING YOUR STRAGETY DIDNT WORK NOW COME ELECTION OUT YOU GO GUESS ITS BACK TO BEGGING FOR A VOTE .BUNCH OF CRYBABYS EVEN JOHN BOHNER YOUR LEADER LOOK LIKE A FOOL THE WAY HE WAS OUT MANUVERED LMFAO
Glad to see someone waste their time on the dog and pony show in DC. The Retardican'ts put on a useless show against the Demorats to amuse morons like you. The whole thing was quite predictable, actually. Nothing accomplished in DC and we the taxpayers are still
getting screwed.

When are fools like you going to realize that big government is not your friend?.

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#20762 Oct 16, 2013
Defiant1 wrote:
<quoted text>
Glad to see someone waste their time on the dog and pony show in DC. The Retardican'ts put on a useless show against the Demorats to amuse morons like you. The whole thing was quite predictable, actually. Nothing accomplished in DC and we the taxpayers are still
getting screwed.
When are fools like you going to realize that big government is not your friend?.
That boy has shi# for brains.He is incapable of coherent thought.
Defiant1

Deer Park, TX

#20763 Oct 16, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
<quoted text> That boy has shi# for brains.He is incapable of coherent thought.
Probably still believes in Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny too.
WHY

Hondo, TX

#20764 Oct 17, 2013
TEST
vote

Cotulla, TX

#20765 Oct 17, 2013
Yes he can
Texan

Wichita, KS

#20767 Oct 17, 2013
And what's wrong with believing in Santa Claus, and the Easter Bunny? If you have any sense at all you know you can't believe in the Democrats, and the Republicans. Hell if Santa, and the Bunny were in charge they would get more done than that bunch of clowns that are in DC now have accomplished.
howdy

Houston, TX

#20768 Oct 17, 2013
Gd

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#20769 Oct 17, 2013
Defiant, running this gunshop is a twenty four hour a day job.Especially with reloading and repairs.But, our prices are very good, and our guns all have lifetime transferable warranties.Accidentally run over your gun, get a brand new one.Working for yourself, you work harder.Our custom reloads are used by competition shooters.The hard part, is owning a bunch of guns, and not being able to shoot them.....
Mr H

Corpus Christi, TX

#20771 Oct 17, 2013
It's funny that posting a topic about how people can drive around town with their kids hanging out window with no repercussions, but gossip and slander is left up.... Sounds like a cover up? Hebbronville, TX
Defiant1

Deer Park, TX

#20773 Oct 17, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
Defiant, running this gunshop is a twenty four hour a day job.Especially with reloading and repairs.But, our prices are very good, and our guns all have lifetime transferable warranties.Accidentally run over your gun, get a brand new one.Working for yourself, you work harder.Our custom reloads are used by competition shooters.The hard part, is owning a bunch of guns, and not being able to shoot them.....
Sounds like business is good. I like reloading. I use mostly Hornady and Sierra for revolver loads and Barnes for rifle. Have yet to take that 460
Rowland that I put together out on a hog hunt, but I have some pretty hot
Buffalo Bore ammo for it.
Defiant1

Deer Park, TX

#20774 Oct 17, 2013
Texan wrote:
And what's wrong with believing in Santa Claus, and the Easter Bunny? If you have any sense at all you know you can't believe in the Democrats, and the Republicans. Hell if Santa, and the Bunny were in charge they would get more done than that bunch of clowns that are in DC now have accomplished.
The only thing the fools in DC accomplished is a 24 billion dollar loss to the economy.
Bernard Forand

Fort Myers, FL

#20775 Oct 18, 2013
Defiant1 wrote:
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The only thing the fools in DC accomplished is a 24 billion dollar loss to the economy.
Very good defiant but not totaly accurate. Lets take a step further. Republicans are still in denial. Viewing future negotiations and debates with tainted ideologies.
Presenting demands for debt reduction when there is debt reduction evolving. Thus far Obama has cut deficit annual debt in half from the 2008 deficit that was consuming our nation. This they fail to recognize.
Obamacare as an investment for expanding employment and health to the nation. This they can not and will not comprehend.
Inequality of our laborers productivity distribution. This they fail to recognize.
Starving the middle class dynamo of its fuel to produce has been demonstrated by their desires on more than one occasion. This they comprehend. How that relates to the financial destruction of our nation is what they fail to comprehend.
Leveling the fields of financial inequality? Dogmatically objecting while feeding the top of the pyramid, increasing ever further the inequality and reducing available fuel for the middle class dynamos. This they comprehend !
Americans have voiced their concerns on these issues on several occasions that republicans have continuously ignored. As they gather themselves up from the recent failed debacle of their invention, what is it they seek?
Not a replay of the bruising defeat of their archaic tactic of hostage / ransom but to once again return to square one and start over again. All the time wasted in-between is to be forgotten? Failing to bring up bills for debate on issues that are pressing our nation. Illuminating how failed leadership can not proceed to progression as they are preoccupied with redundant strategies of restart, restart, restart. Subject-ting our congress to the least productive in our nations history.
We The People are not appreciating that intelligent leadership is using our congress for mere hands on education for unqualified candidates in authority. A means to identify and expel incompetent leadership within congress should be called out. Just as teachers must identify the child that is failing to comprehend their education and take the necessary steps to rectify that problem that benefits all concerned. So should it be to our leadership and those that distract our capabilities to progress.
An employer that does not address the failing of an employee’s productivity, is compromising the integrity of the employer’s establishment. How can we ask anything less from those in authority?
why

Hondo, TX

#20776 Oct 18, 2013
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