Longtime GOP Texas Gov. Perry wins an...

Longtime GOP Texas Gov. Perry wins another term

There are 23812 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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Texans

Lockhart, TX

#17510 May 5, 2013
Lets go!!
Bernard Forand

Fort Myers, FL

#17511 May 5, 2013
Inequality within the USA as reduced us to the 37th place, as defined by the World Bank. On par with Cuba and Mexico.
Now is the time to get the Elitist to pony up what they have been stashing away from our financial equality of laborer’s productivity distributions. it’s the laborer’s that promote consumption of their productivity. Elitist merely hoard our fuel, that is required, for the dynamic engines of our middle class.
Bernard Forand

Fort Myers, FL

#17512 May 5, 2013

Notice how religions put the burden of proof for their fables, myths and folk lore on others to prove it is true. Over 6,000 years of their mystical ideologies no proof or fact can they muster forth for their gods that created the evil they claim to be in opposition. Odd at times the same gods are claimed by the warring factors for some political declaration. Warring for peace is as much a paradox as balling for virginity. Warring for an all powerful god is a paradox. For which breath did Hitler breath that god was not aware of? Hitler had purpose; for this almighty god to demonstrate? Then in the next breath they boast of our free will! Note “Free Will” is never mentioned in bibles. Little wonder, that existence emulates confusion of reason and rationality, as so ordained.
All religions hold their Zionist universal soldiers. They have discovered that they hate not only their enemies but everyone who does not share their hatred, and they want to fight and force others to fight. They turn their churches into recruiting stations and their vestries into munitions workshop.
They persecute with their profession of horrors, at the blunt utterance of their own opinions. Behind the scenes, anyone with any genuine religious sensibility finds these atrocities revolting, BUT the thing is done. Governing classes have made it so , only the law against blasphemy is not applied to themselves and strongly approve of said persecutions. Enabling them to represent their own privileges as the religion of their herd.
Therefore martyrs of all times and their persecutors remain subject to the same ideology. Fate impressed upon them, by their minority Zionist. No sense of common value for humanity. Amusing themselves with killings. Making any silly-clever gentleman or messiah, as one to be idolized. Such are the idols that are imposed upon the various herds.
Bernard Forand

Fort Myers, FL

#17514 May 5, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
Yes Bernard, I've made it to North Carolina.This place is right pretty, just came in from my armorers class in Atlanta.Hoping to make a buck or three.
KUMBAYA to your new adventure in the Great Sovereign State Of North Carolina.
Expended a couple of years in the New Bern and Moorhead area.{Cherry Point} Was there during the time when preachers were preaching “Go tell it on a mountain; To let My people go” One of them had a “Dream”. How many times does man turn his head before he can see. How many deaths will it take before he knows, too many people have died. Now I look back and wonder where have all the flowers gone; a long time ago…. OH When will they ever learn.. Its all blowing in the wind..

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#17515 May 5, 2013
What some call belief, some call myth.Thus it has ever been, thus it shall ever be.

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#17516 May 5, 2013
Pretty Please wrote:
<quoted text>
Thank you!!!!
You can't stop an avalanche.Soon, the pendulum swings in the opposite direction.....

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#17517 May 5, 2013
The furniture companies of North Carolina have deserted their highly trained workforce, to outsource.The furniture is not so well made now....people get used to inferior products....in the long run?
Bernard Forand

Fort Myers, FL

#17518 May 5, 2013
Defiant1 wrote:
<quoted text>
Be bitter, you moron. Quite frankly I don't care.
In the early morning rain defiant has no place to go. Remember that rascal Puff ; that lives by the sea, and frolics in the autumn mist. Noble men and princesses would lower their flags as Puff would pass by. Then one day Puff’s head was bent in sorrow. For Defiant no longer came out to play and Puff had to go back into his cave. Now defiant is in the early morning rain with a dollar in his hand and aching in his heart, and with only sand in his pockets.
Ahh the dawn is breaking. Every day the green gardens beckon. Now the time has come to leave you. Now smile and say you’ll wait for me. I don’t know when I’ll be back again. Red Forest to the Gulf Streams waters this land was made for you and me. I ring out the song for green, green all over this land. it’s the green of food and profits. Then we can sing in the sunshine, and laugh everyday…
On the S.S. Defiant...

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#17519 May 5, 2013
Walk right in sit right down, daddy let your hair hang down...everybodys talkin' bout a new way of walikn', do you wanna lose, your mind?
DJ Jessy Fresh

El Paso, TX

#17520 May 5, 2013
Ted Cruz show us your birth certificate
Defiant1

Deer Park, TX

#17521 May 5, 2013
Bernard Forand wrote:
<quoted text>
KUMBAYA to your new adventure in the Great Sovereign State Of North Carolina.
Expended a couple of years in the New Bern and Moorhead area.{Cherry Point} Was there during the time when preachers were preaching “Go tell it on a mountain; To let My people go” One of them had a “Dream”. How many times does man turn his head before he can see. How many deaths will it take before he knows, too many people have died. Now I look back and wonder where have all the flowers gone; a long time ago…. OH When will they ever learn.. Its all blowing in the wind..
So now you are telling us that the Marines at Cherry Point let you and some other burned out war protesters hang around for two years?.
Defiant1

Deer Park, TX

#17522 May 5, 2013
Bernard Forand wrote:
Notice how religions put the burden of proof for their fables, myths and folk lore on others to prove it is true. Over 6,000 years of their mystical ideologies no proof or fact can they muster forth for their gods that created the evil they claim to be in opposition. Odd at times the same gods are claimed by the warring factors for some political declaration. Warring for peace is as much a paradox as balling for virginity. Warring for an all powerful god is a paradox. For which breath did Hitler breath that god was not aware of? Hitler had purpose; for this almighty god to demonstrate? Then in the next breath they boast of our free will! Note “Free Will” is never mentioned in bibles. Little wonder, that existence emulates confusion of reason and rationality, as so ordained.
All religions hold their Zionist universal soldiers. They have discovered that they hate not only their enemies but everyone who does not share their hatred, and they want to fight and force others to fight. They turn their churches into recruiting stations and their vestries into munitions workshop.
They persecute with their profession of horrors, at the blunt utterance of their own opinions. Behind the scenes, anyone with any genuine religious sensibility finds these atrocities revolting, BUT the thing is done. Governing classes have made it so , only the law against blasphemy is not applied to themselves and strongly approve of said persecutions. Enabling them to represent their own privileges as the religion of their herd.
Therefore martyrs of all times and their persecutors remain subject to the same ideology. Fate impressed upon them, by their minority Zionist. No sense of common value for humanity. Amusing themselves with killings. Making any silly-clever gentleman or messiah, as one to be idolized. Such are the idols that are imposed upon the various herds.
Oh good grief!. How many more times are you going to cut and paste the same old crap?.
Defiant1

Deer Park, TX

#17523 May 5, 2013
Bernard Forand wrote:
<quoted text>
In the early morning rain defiant has no place to go. Remember that rascal Puff ; that lives by the sea, and frolics in the autumn mist. Noble men and princesses would lower their flags as Puff would pass by. Then one day Puff’s head was bent in sorrow. For Defiant no longer came out to play and Puff had to go back into his cave. Now defiant is in the early morning rain with a dollar in his hand and aching in his heart, and with only sand in his pockets.
Ahh the dawn is breaking. Every day the green gardens beckon. Now the time has come to leave you. Now smile and say you’ll wait for me. I don’t know when I’ll be back again. Red Forest to the Gulf Streams waters this land was made for you and me. I ring out the song for green, green all over this land. it’s the green of food and profits. Then we can sing in the sunshine, and laugh everyday…
On the S.S. Defiant...
Now Puff does sound like a good name for TruthIsMight. The pig might as well live in a cave. Ahahahhahah.
Defiant1

Deer Park, TX

#17524 May 5, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
Walk right in sit right down, daddy let your hair hang down...everybodys talkin' bout a new way of walikn', do you wanna lose, your mind?
Burnt Rearend lost his mind a long time ago.
DJ Jessy Fresh

El Paso, TX

#17525 May 5, 2013
Ted Cruz show us your birth certificate.
DJ Jessy Fresh

El Paso, TX

#17526 May 5, 2013
National debt at start of Bush’s first term:$5.7 trillion
At end of Bush’s second term:$10.35 trillion (+45%)

Household debt at start of Bush’s first term: about $8 trillion
At end of Bush’s second term: more than $14 trillion (+43%)

Unemployment rate at start of Bush’s first term: 4.2 percent
At end of Bush’s second term: 7.2 percent (+42%)

Budget surplus at start of Bush’s first term:$128 billion
Budget deficit at end of Bush second term:$1.2 trillion

Annual cost of Afghan war in 2001:$20 billion
Annual cost of Afghan and Iraq wars in 2009:$208 billion

That is a lot for our President to try to undo - especially when the Republicans don't want any progress.
Defiant1

Deer Park, TX

#17527 May 5, 2013
DJ Jessy Fresh wrote:
National debt at start of Bush’s first term:$5.7 trillion
At end of Bush’s second term:$10.35 trillion (+45%)
Household debt at start of Bush’s first term: about $8 trillion
At end of Bush’s second term: more than $14 trillion (+43%)
Unemployment rate at start of Bush’s first term: 4.2 percent
At end of Bush’s second term: 7.2 percent (+42%)
Budget surplus at start of Bush’s first term:$128 billion
Budget deficit at end of Bush second term:$1.2 trillion
Annual cost of Afghan war in 2001:$20 billion
Annual cost of Afghan and Iraq wars in 2009:$208 billion
That is a lot for our President to try to undo - especially when the Republicans don't want any progress.
In case you haven't noticed, the economy has been Obamas for the past 4 1/2 years. Do try to keep up. Raising the debt 6 trillion dollars over what Bush left isn't fixing the problem and the unemployment rate is unchanged at best.

Put up your DNC pom poms cheerleader and go take a math class.
DJ Jessy Fresh

United States

#17528 May 5, 2013
What have the Ripofflicans some to help americaca? Nothing they are the Do Nothing congress. You can thank our President for you food stamps.

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#17529 May 5, 2013
DJ Jessy Fresh wrote:
What have the Ripofflicans some to help americaca? Nothing they are the Do Nothing congress. You can thank our President for you food stamps.
Got mine under Bush.
Boo

Lockhart, TX

#17530 May 5, 2013
Cristina Perez

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