Longtime GOP Texas Gov. Perry wins another term

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

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Inerpol is nothing new, why are you only now concerned with it. I will do some more checking into this allegid order Obama has supposidly enacted.
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If you are mediocre, but want to be the governor of a state, move to Texas. Texans will accept anyone with a pulse as their governor.
I see in NY, you need a governor, to tell you how much you should consume. We in Texas, can still purchase a big gulp, without breaking the law. Com-on-down ya'll, sit a spell. MORONS!!!
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But see... THIS way... his hands are clean, at least to the average American who believes everything the media tells them.
Good point. Not all Americans are blind and deaf.
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POS wrote:
<quoted text>I see in NY, you need a governor, to tell you how much you should consume. We in Texas, can still purchase a big gulp, without breaking the law. Com-on-down ya'll, sit a spell. MORONS!!!
You meant the mayor of NYC, not the governor. But, don't let the facts get in the way of your need to express yourself. So, who is the moron?
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Legalize marijuana already
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Continued violations of The Constitution and abuse of Executive Orders and Priviledge should result in impeachment, and/or felony charges. Too long has abuse of power by those in the White House been tolerated. Well unless you get a BJ in the Oval Office. Is that worse than violating The Constitution? I think not. Why is Congress and The Supreme Court not all over this? Abortion, taxes, and the health care are all worthy of their time and effort, but violations of The Constitution are not. WRONG!

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You meant the mayor of NYC, not the governor. But, don't let the facts get in the way of your need to express yourself. So, who is the moron?
Actually Advisor, his point remains valid....whether the governor of New York state, or the mayor of NYC...he just identified the wrong politician...

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Advisor wrote:
If you are mediocre, but want to be the governor of a state, move to Texas. Texans will accept anyone with a pulse as their governor.
Recent pulse, that is...

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Defiant....someone told me..that NRC had passed away....I very much hope that is a lie....but I just don't know...

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Texan wrote:
Inerpol is nothing new, why are you only now concerned with it. I will do some more checking into this allegid order Obama has supposidly enacted.
No, Interpol is not new... but they have never before been allowed to circumvent US law before.

Now they don't even have to follow our Constitution... we effectively have ZERO Constitutional rights!!!
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I am still armed.
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<quoted text> Actually Advisor, his point remains valid....whether the governor of New York state, or the mayor of NYC...he just identified the wrong politician...
I am not surprised that facts also don't matter to someone identifying himself as "Waco" Facts do matter to people who think.

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I am not surprised that facts also don't matter to someone identifying himself as "Waco" Facts do matter to people who think.
Well, Advisor, at least i'm signed in on Topix...so i'm not totally invisible...call me "Henry"if it makes you more comfortable..."Advisor "....
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<quoted text> Well, Advisor, at least i'm signed in on Topix...so i'm not totally invisible...call me "Henry"if it makes you more comfortable..."Advisor "....
Your response was off topic. Not surprising for someone who has nothing behind his words but empty bravado.

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Your response was off topic. Not surprising for someone who has nothing behind his words but empty bravado.
Thank god you're not quick to judge...

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You meant the mayor of NYC, not the governor. But, don't let the facts get in the way of your need to express yourself. So, who is the moron?
Its beginning to look as if you are the"moron", or am I off topic again?
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Advisor, perhaps the fact that he doesn't capitalize the w has confused you. Waco is a city in Texas, so it's waco 1909, not wacko. As to being off topix. In case you haven't noticed, this topix has taken a lot of twists and turns since it was started over two years ago. I'm not wishing to argue with you, I'm just attempting to get you updated.

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If the people of New York state wish to be micro-managed in all aspects of their lives, that's their business.Generally speaking, in Texas we don't like to be told how much of a soft drink we can consume at one time.As for RICK Perry, I'll just bet the state of New York has put a few idiots in their governors mansion as well.

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Texan I've actually been to Huntington Station, New York, and I found the people there to be quite congenial, and the scenery is great.On the other hand,"Advisor"seems to have an obstruction lodged in his lower intestinal tract.Damn, i'm off topic again!
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I am not surprised that facts also don't matter to someone identifying himself as "Waco" Facts do matter to people who think.
Nothing like splitting hairs to skirt around a subject is there?. So, your wonderful governor Cuomo wants to take everyone's guns and Bloomburg bans 24 ounce drinks?. Bloomburg also wants gun control.

Now is that the facts or what?. Now try thinking, you NY creep.

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