Longtime GOP Texas Gov. Perry wins an...

Longtime GOP Texas Gov. Perry wins another term

There are 23798 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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TX Nationalist

Houston, TX

#12476 Jul 9, 2012
waco1909 wrote:
<quoted text> Sure.I'm all for it.REALLY.Just describe the scenario where a cash cow like Texas is allowed to day"see you guys later.we don't like the way y'all run things.we will be taking our trillion dollar economy with us.bye.
Well see, you said it yourself, "allowed to."
We Texans aim to press our sovereign RIGHT to be free from oppression.
" Texas has yet to learn submission to any oppression, come from what source it may.” Sam Houston

The Texas Nationalist Movement still believes this true.
Waco 1954

New Orleans, LA

#12478 Jul 9, 2012
TX Nationalist wrote:
<quoted text>
Well see, you said it yourself, "allowed to."
We Texans aim to press our sovereign RIGHT to be free from oppression.
" Texas has yet to learn submission to any oppression, come from what source it may.” Sam Houston
The Texas Nationalist Movement still believes this true.
What you are describing is a war.The only way the rest of the USA is going to let Texas go is if Texas wins a war.With the other 49 states.I'm all for Texas being its own country.How does Texas best 49 states?
Waco 1954

New Orleans, LA

#12479 Jul 9, 2012
Texas makes money for the USA.THE USA would kill every person in Texas before it would let Texas go free.

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#12482 Jul 9, 2012
What a nasty piece of work.

"Texas Gov. Perry Says No To Medicaid Expansion

....About 1 in 4 Texans has no health insurance. And if Medicaid had been expanded as the federal law originally planned, more than 1.7 million people in the state were expected to get coverage." npr

Of course this loud mouth piece of **** gets HIS coverage through the taxpayer. Governor Perry hates Texans and is happy to see them bankrupt, in pain and dead from lack of health care.
Waco 1954

United States

#12483 Jul 9, 2012
OregonSUX wrote:
What a nasty piece of work.
"Texas Gov. Perry Says No To Medicaid Expansion
....About 1 in 4 Texans has no health insurance. And if Medicaid had been expanded as the federal law originally planned, more than 1.7 million people in the state were expected to get coverage." npr
Of course this loud mouth piece of **** gets HIS coverage through the taxpayer. Governor Perry hates Texans and is happy to see them bankrupt, in pain and dead from lack of health care.
Rick Perry is a piece of garbage.He was going to require every schoolgirl in TEXAS to get a mandatory cervical cancer immunization shot.Turns out the drugs manufacturer have old Rick thirty thousand bucks.He was overridden on that one.Whether the drug really works is open to conjecture.

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#12484 Jul 9, 2012
TX Nationalist wrote:
<quoted text>
Well see, you said it yourself, "allowed to."
We Texans aim to press our sovereign RIGHT to be free from oppression.
" Texas has yet to learn submission to any oppression, come from what source it may.” Sam Houston
The Texas Nationalist Movement still believes this true.
Texas has had a severe drought. Not as long as the one decades ago but more severe. Dallas hits 110. Lake Travis used to be 50% full and now it is only 2/3rds full.

What are you going to use for water? People are packing up and leaving because they are scared to death of no water. What is going to happen to the value of your property in a state with a permanent water shortage? Want a lake house that looks over a field of dirt with a dock leading to nowhere?

So leave already. God, you keep talking about it and yet here you remain.

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#12485 Jul 9, 2012
Bernard Forand wrote:
<quoted text>
Voter think most of what you commented sounds good to me. Let us start at the top to prune back the foliage that is overgrown its root system and is killing the plant. Start with raising the taxes on the top 25% of our wealthy cronies‘, A level of say 70% to 90% of income. Oh don’t you worry about that being too much for they will dodge most of it anyways through capital gains, and various kick back tax free investments as well as offshore foreign investing that needs no IRS involvement. Yeah, similar to how Mitt Romney is doing it. 14% on just some of the monies that remained exposed to the IRS.
Stop the subsides to record producing corporations, that pay no taxes and receive $ Billions in welfare. Now the Pentagon, Whew! with its $ Trillion per year budget. Corruption is so rampant government is or has lost control to Military Industries. Excellent place to make say a $ 600 Billion per year cut.
I see you feel guilty about taxing the poor little Billionaires. Consider this. Thought experiment…. 2 guys buy a truck to service their individual businesses. One uses it 10% of the time while the other uses it 90% of the time. Now the 90% guy wants the 10% guy to pay 86% of the cost of fuel and maintainence of said vehicle, while the 90% guy will donate 14% and take the tax deductions for it… LOL and now the 10% guy is made to feel sorry that the 90% guy had to make such a huge donation. LOL,LOL,LOL
The reason Bishop Romney is receiving huge donations is they are an investment on his promise to:

- eliminate taxes for $200,000 of investment income

- eliminate inheritance taxes

- reduce or eliminate taxes for corporations, millionaires and billionaires

- provide UNLIMITED monies to expand the US military to wage war on Russia

Aside from the fact that he is insane, Bishop Romney is out to pad his own pocket further. The fact that he claims to have $102 Million in an IRA is astonishing.
TX Nationalist

Houston, TX

#12486 Jul 9, 2012
I don't necessarily think that would be the case. Many military service members are Texan. Most military bases in Texas are owned by Texas and leased to the USA. Texas owns more tanks than the US Army. At the current rate, Texas is better financed than the USA.

We want the people to want Texas independence. When they want it, they will defend it. Watch those shows about car repos. How do people act when someone comes to take "their" stuff that they didn't even pay for? Why should we allow the Fed to take away our liberties which DO rightfully belong to us? We should be just as angry, or more, as the people on the repo shows.

Texas has everything we need from geography, state/national pride, natural resources to be a large, strong and VERY independent nation.

Sam Houston argued against Texas secession in 1860 because he knew Texas was not yet ready for independence. He said there would come a day, it just wasn't that day.

Check this free pdf book out, Line in the Sand. The chapters are short making it an easy read.
http://www.Texasnationalist.com/index.php/lin...
Waco 1954

United States

#12487 Jul 9, 2012
OregonSUX wrote:
<quoted text>
Texas has had a severe drought. Not as long as the one decades ago but more severe. Dallas hits 110. Lake Travis used to be 50% full and now it is only 2/3rds full.
What are you going to use for water? People are packing up and leaving because they are scared to death of no water. What is going to happen to the value of your property in a state with a permanent water shortage? Want a lake house that looks over a field of dirt with a dock leading to nowhere?
So leave already. God, you keep talking about it and yet here you remain.
is pouring here today.did you know that two thirds is 66.6 percent? Did you know that that is more than 50 percent?

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#12488 Jul 9, 2012
I will happily vote to seal the borders of Texas!

Let's do it next week.

Texans will have to get passports and Visas to travel into the USA. I doubt we will issue any Visas to Texans anytime soon.

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#12489 Jul 9, 2012
Waco 1954 wrote:
<quoted text> is pouring here today.did you know that two thirds is 66.6 percent? Did you know that that is more than 50 percent?
Yes it was 50% full during the drought and now it still is only 2/3rds full.

Sucks for property prices when people are afraid the water will go away again...and never come back.

It isn't nice of Mother Nature to send back water in the form of massive hail balls but, heck, karma.

:)

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#12490 Jul 9, 2012
Climate Change. It fluctuates but the trend is still towards the extreme heat. The irony is not lost.

"Last year was so dry that lakes Travis and Buchanan recorded the lowest inflows since they were created about 70 years ago. Motal says the agency is concerned that 2011 might herald a new drought of record, 60 years after the 1950s drought.

...The drought has already hurt the state's image, he notes: Photographs of parched Lake Travis have become iconic.

"That sent a message off worldwide that Texas has a problem with water," Larson says. "And when we're out trying to recruit or retain jobs in Texas, that's going to be the No. 1 question: Do you have water available for us?"

If plentiful water is not available, then Texas' storied pro-business climate may start to dry up."

nps

Oops! Lake Travis is not 2/3rds full. It is 1/2 full. It used to be 2/3rds EMPTY.

My bad. Things are worse than I thought.
Waco 1954

United States

#12491 Jul 9, 2012
OregonSUX wrote:
Climate Change. It fluctuates but the trend is still towards the extreme heat. The irony is not lost.
"Last year was so dry that lakes Travis and Buchanan recorded the lowest inflows since they were created about 70 years ago. Motal says the agency is concerned that 2011 might herald a new drought of record, 60 years after the 1950s drought.
...The drought has already hurt the state's image, he notes: Photographs of parched Lake Trajvis have become iconic.
"That sent a message off worldwide that Texas has a problem with water," Larson says. "And when we're out trying to recruit or retain jobs in Texas, that's going to be the No. 1 question: Do you have water available for us?"
If plentiful water is not available, then Texas' storied pro-business climate may start to dry up."
nps
Oops! Lake Travis is not 2/3rds full. It is 1/2 full. It used to be 2/3rds EMPTY.
My bad. Things are worse than I thought.
They just opened the first boatlaunch in months.Lake level is rising.
Waco 1954

United States

#12492 Jul 9, 2012
OregonSUX wrote:
I will happily vote to seal the borders of Texas!
Let's do it next week.
Texans will have to get passports and Visas to travel into the USA. I doubt we will issue any Visas to Texans anytime soon.
LET'S see.....visit the USA or stay in Texas....hmmm ....Guess I'll stay in Texas....I would happily seal our border against the USA..I'm not being sarcastic either.
George

Greenville, TX

#12493 Jul 9, 2012
The fact is Texas couldn't cut it in the 1830s/1840s and we wouldn't be able to cut it today. We're about dead last in education and health insurance and many other things. Mississippi and Arkansas are ahead of us. And they are smart enough not to be talking about seceding! We have to get rid of this moron Rick Perry before we can get off the bottom.
Waco 1954

United States

#12494 Jul 9, 2012
Texas ranks fifth in tourist dollars.Roughly fifty two billion dollars a year.Guess we'll let the tourists in.

Since: Jan 12

Location hidden

#12495 Jul 9, 2012
OregonSUX wrote:
<quoted text>
Texas has had a severe drought. Not as long as the one decades ago but more severe. Dallas hits 110. Lake Travis used to be 50% full and now it is only 2/3rds full.
What are you going to use for water? People are packing up and leaving because they are scared to death of no water. What is going to happen to the value of your property in a state with a permanent water shortage? Want a lake house that looks over a field of dirt with a dock leading to nowhere?
So leave already. God, you keep talking about it and yet here you remain.
Last time I checked 2/3rd full is more than 50%, so wouldn't that be an improvement? I don't know what "source" you are getting your "data" from, but the drought has eased up pretty well across the state. It's not back to normal everywhere yet, but it is better than last year. All the lakes around here are at or above the normal summer lows. and you might want to check your facts, the states population is increasing, not decreasing. If this is such a bad place to live, then why are so many people relocating here from the rest of the country?

Since: Jan 12

Location hidden

#12496 Jul 9, 2012
OregonSUX wrote:
I will happily vote to seal the borders of Texas!
Let's do it next week.
Texans will have to get passports and Visas to travel into the USA. I doubt we will issue any Visas to Texans anytime soon.
But we would have to issue a lot of them to the desperate refugees fleeing the Socialist States of America, if your hero obammy and the libturds get their way.
Alex

Greenville, TX

#12497 Jul 9, 2012
Without highway tax dollars, social security dollars and defense spending dollars coming into Texas (all federal monies), we'd be broke in a matter of weeks. Honestly, we need the US worse than they need Texas.
Waco 1954

United States

#12498 Jul 9, 2012
NRH...I GOT FIVE dollars says Obama loses.YOU up for it?

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