Longtime GOP Texas Gov. Perry wins an...

Longtime GOP Texas Gov. Perry wins another term

There are 24426 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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Since: Feb 13

Denton, TX

#18556 Jun 26, 2013
Texan wrote:
He's just an anti semitic, racist. And it's trash like him that give us all a bad name.
All of us - who?

Jews are the financiers of the world. Henry Ford, Roosevelt, among others, knew firsthand, that Jews were the sabotuers.
Lemme guess - you're Jewish and are offended that anyone would question your superiority?
Get used to it.

Since: Feb 13

Denton, TX

#18557 Jun 26, 2013
Defiant1 wrote:
<quoted text>
I like it if they stalk and harass me. Then they get to learn all about themselves. LOL Most of these dimwits are just jealous of Texas. Most
of them hate to admit that the cesspools that they reside in are dying.
I love Texas, it's Paradise, exept there's too msny foriegners here.

Say, do you still think Perry is doing a good job? I like many of his stands but, can't forget he's giving free college to immigrants.

Wouldn't it be great if education was available for all Amerucans - first?

“Behave Yourself”

Since: Jul 07

Fort Worth, Texas

#18558 Jun 26, 2013
Truth is might wrote:
<quoted text>
Those are the conclusions drawn from research.
Are they your conclusions as well?

Wichita, KS

#18559 Jun 26, 2013
Hell it would have been nice if you had some yourself.
Waco 1909

Greenville, SC

#18560 Jun 26, 2013
The old"blame the Jews"syndrome, trotted out by those who find it easier to hate, than think. Hitler knew that people responded to raw emotion over reason , and pulled Germany to the brink of extinction, as the Germans engaged in an orgy of hate. Only to discover, that hate goes both ways.

Wichita, KS

#18561 Jun 26, 2013
AND; no good ever comes from hate, as hate begets evil.
Waco 1909

Greenville, SC

#18562 Jun 26, 2013
Texan wrote:
AND; no good ever comes from hate, as hate begets evil.
You'd think that after all these centuries people would get a clue. Hate is seductive.

Wichita, KS

#18563 Jun 26, 2013
As are are all of satans tools, and too many will remain clueless until the final battle.
Waco 1909

Morristown, TN

#18564 Jun 26, 2013
Texan wrote:
As are are all of satans tools, and too many will remain clueless until the final battle.
The TRUTH will stand when the world is on fire.

Wichita, KS

#18565 Jun 26, 2013
The TRUTH always stands some people just don't want to see or hear it. A very sad but true fact.
Waco 1909

Seymour, TN

#18567 Jun 26, 2013
Bernard Forand

Cape Coral, FL

#18569 Jun 26, 2013
justasayin wrote:
http://www.nytimes.com/2011/01 /15/us/politics/15stimulus.htm l?pagewanted=all&_r=0
Great article here's a tidbit for ya: "Some states are planning to follow the lead of Texas, and borrow the money to repay the federal government. Others are asking for more time." Keep up will ya?

In one comment you post Texas has a 1 billion loan for unemployment and yet Ricky sells bonds for 2 billion? Hmm is he going to start to pay on that $6Billion he borrowed from Obama? How long on those bonds at what interest rate. He is just kicking the can down the road. Peter pays Paul scenario. Lower credit card gets the higher credit card charge debt transferred to it. Its what politicians do when they are approaching elections. Ho hum… Does not resolve the issue. His backward income tax that promotes inequality would be a good place to start to get serious about repairing his dysfunctional growing debt. Address the inequality factor first then everything else will fall into place. Here is a sample of what I’m refering to.
….. The Gini Coefficient
Gini is a measurement that is used to identify, mathematically, the inequality of individual nations or states. A rating of one {1} is considered perfect inequality, as a rating of zero {0} is perfect equality.
Nations such as Germany, Norway and Sweden have a Gini of .3 or less.
South Africa and Latin America have a .5 or above.
USA’s Gini in 1980 was .4 Presently it is at 4.7. This is according to the U.N.’s data. Rendering the USA in the category of nations such as Iran and Turkey.
USA’s inequality may be even worse than what the Gini indicates. In the advanced industrial nations, such as may be found in Europe and Scandinavian, their citizens have Universal Education, Universal Health Care from birth to death and large safety nets for securing the laborer’s income security. Where in as the USA, middle class on down have none of these benefits or a small fraction there of. Increasing the insecurity of their citizens in their jobs, homes, education and health.
Insecurity is manifested and fueled by the inequality factor. Greater the inequality the greater is the demise of that nation’s ability to survive in competition with an advanced industrial opponent. Insecurity will manifest emotional dysfunctional laborers quick to rebel. Productivity decreases.
Simply look around to the various nations and observe. Observe those that had a less or no recessions say during 2000 and 2013 that would be a good indicator they are doing something better than US.
Geee what could it be?
Bernard Forand

Cape Coral, FL

#18570 Jun 26, 2013
justasayin wrote:
<quoted text>I'm sorry, this one....makes no sense...AZ, Jan Brewer??????????
HA, ha you can be so funny. Thought you were savvy enough to know the Governor of AZ. Back into the chasm you go..
Time to paint ourselves as the Indians of 1773 and run down to the voting booths this 2014 and cast out the Tea. Out unto the waters of political oblivion. Republicans od sound mind and integrity will help us in that endeavor.
Senator Susan Collins {R Traditionalist} of Main,“finds it baffling that it’s a small minority of our caucus, that is holding up going to conference, when our party for years, has argued that we need to have a budget. Without a House conference we can’t possibly complete action on it.”
Senator Marco Rubio {R Tea Party} of Florida argues that we should continue to support the ideology that ONE Senator can have the power to hold the USA Hostage and Ransom it off to what that Senator desires.
Democrats counter with the need of raising the debt ceiling to cover the cost of the Congresses’ expenditures. Republicans inability to produce a bill for a budget, mandates this process of hand to mouth budgeting scenarios. Ideologies of the Tea Party pirates lurking in the shadows .“Our Way Or The Highway reverberating through our Congressional Sacred Hallways.
Bernard Forand

Cape Coral, FL

#18571 Jun 26, 2013
Defiant1 wrote:
<quoted text>
Lets blame the housing crash on anyone but the Banking Queen, A.K.A. Bawney Fwanks. LOL
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =ZwVWXN0Pyq4XX
LOL yes we know who failed us and they confessed. This is a repeat as is your drivel.Your Tin Hat is getting rusty..
Predators that walk amongst us.
Paulson admits deregulation has failed us all

By MarketWatch
WASHINGTON (MarketWatch)-- You know things are very very bad on Wall Street when a guy like Henry Paulson -- Treasury secretary, solid Republican, and former Goldman Sachs CEO -- joins the crowd calling for more regulation over the financial markets.
Paulson spared no one in his criticism Thursday of the excesses of deregulation that has now created the worst global financial crisis in a generation, threatening the health of the U.S. economy, the savings of millions of Americans, and the survival of some of the biggest financial institutions in the world.
Wall Street and Washington both failed big time, he said. Wall Street invented new ways to make money by selling securities so complicated that no one could really follow which shell the pea was under. Fortunes were made on the paper Wall Street sold.
At the same time, Washington's watchdogs were dozing, tranquilized by the false assurance that Wall Street would police its own.
It's been obvious for years now that Wall Street could not be trusted, and finally official Washington agrees. The markets need a tougher cop to make sure that money-center banks, investment banks, credit-rating agencies, hedge funds, mortgage brokers and the rest don't let their own greed and arrogance ruin it for the rest of us.
"Regulation needs to catch up with innovation," Paulson said, and he was backed up by the rest of President Bush's working group on financial markets, including Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke and Securities and Exchange Commissioner Chris Cox. Not a commie among them.
The housing bubble wasn't a flaw; it was a predictable outcome of a system that rewarded smart people small fortunes for conjuring up ways to persuade people to borrow more than they could ever hope to pay back. All the profits were taken off the table quickly, but the staggering costs are only now being paid by homeowners, shareholders, builders and the rest of society.
Paulson's proposals won't necessarily prevent a recurrence, but they are a humble recognition that the centerpiece of two decades of Republican economic policy have failed.
-- Rex Nutting, Washington bureau chief
Republicans have not strayed from their previous agendas other than to increase the probabilities of failure.
Now If you desire I can demonstrate what they are referring to. Hint; Paulson’s derivatives on Goldman Sach’s that he sold to Main Street. Let me know. Before these regulations on financials that Obama Passed in May of 2010 go into affect.{Volcker Rule}. You could make a bundle with Paulson’s simple formula garner vast sums of wealth..
3 years ago when republicans denied their own leadership on manufacturing issues; http://youtu.be/vPs1eMsK4Hw Yup same one that obstructs aid to hurricane, flood, fire, tornado victims would see the mass destruction of our manufacturing. Observe how he scrounges up $300 Million to give to Avondale shipyards, in Alabama to shut down and fire 5,000 employees. South Korea sends him their appreciation. That what you are about. Pitiful.

Bernard Forand

Cape Coral, FL

#18572 Jun 26, 2013
Waco 1909 wrote:
Nice decision on the voting rights act by the Supreme Court today.
Hey there in is an opportunity. Longer lines. Will they be serving refreshments? Get it?? Back to the chasm for you..
Republican chasm continues to widen. Perhaps the established conservative republicans will finally emulate our for fathers of 1773 and cast out the dysfunctional Tea Party.
Tea Rally back in April, Senator Ted Cruz {R Tea Party} of Texas, taunts the traditionalist republicans after the Senate rejects back ground checks on gun control bill. Cruz along with the all Tea Party members threatened to filibuster away this bill. Established conservative republican considered it more prudent and wiser to let it go to a vote. This would garnish a few democratic votes. Which is what eventually happened. Cruz considers republicans that choose that method of governmental as “Squishy”. Our way or the highway is all that is required. Wall Street Journal Editorial retweeted John McCain {R Traditionalist}; “ Would it have been right for us to not even debate, in light of the Newtown Massacre” Depth of chasm deepens.
Bernard Forand

Cape Coral, FL

#18573 Jun 26, 2013
Truth is might wrote:
<quoted text>
You misunderstand. I am talking about the whites in America who are poor but, have to suffer with it because they are white.
They will not get out of poverty because they cannot buy educatioon for their children. There are no scholarships for white children. If whites are the majority population, isn't white poverty a national poverty?
Can see you are one of the less developed. Whites majority? Hmm think that is not so or it soon will be so. So, so what? Its your narrow minded inequality that keeps us in the 23rd position in this more advanced world.
UN exposes Inequality
UNDP { the UN Development Program} measures the “Human Development” factors. Income, health and education. It then applies the inequality factors for results.
Before factoring the inequality factor; USA comes in fourth, following Australia, The Netherlands and Norway.
After the factoring of the inequality factor; USA comes in 23 third. All European Nations and all Scandinavian Nations that have Universal Education, Health Care and Income Security exceeds the USA.
USA counters the its to finically expensive and will slow growth. Sweden’s former finance minister proves this to be false. Stating the robust growth of his nation during the years of 2000 to 2010. Sweden’s growth was 2.31% where in as the USA was at 1.85%. Quote “ We have grown so fast and done so well because we had high taxes”! Higher taxes that paid to keep their infrastructures laboring in their maintenance and upgrades, Universal Education, Universal Health Care, from birth to grave and Technology’s for their future. All the while, we were riding the bushwhacking roller coaster that ended in a catastrophic crash of biblical proportions. Losses to the tune of $6 Trillion to be paid for by Main Street. Such is the price for admission for the roller coaster ride that advanced our inequality to Main Street. Wall Street.. Oh business as usual…

Wichita, KS

#18574 Jun 26, 2013
Oh well; another page of blah blah blah, whatever Barney.
Bernard Forand

Cape Coral, FL

#18575 Jun 26, 2013
Truth is might wrote:
<quoted text>
We have to return to being the descendants of those who created America. There was no cowardice there.
LOL you want us to be Pilgrims all over again? Hey about 1773 and we could gather up all the TEA and cast it out unto the waters of oblivion. Oh Yeah that sounds like fun..Hmm wonder who created Satan? Does god turn the other cheek when smitten by Satan? Would that mean he is a coward? Fun to dabble within the deranged minds of bigots.
Ah here we go into the summer of 2013. Liberals are rolling out the barrels for fun and singing on sunshine. Resting in shaded pools of the cool, cool changes evolving. A higher evolution to our politics’ maturity is budding forth once again. In the past decade “We The People” have examined ourselves and found us wanting to step out of the gloom and doom scenarios of the traditionalist conservative views of the past.
Shackles of prejudice are falling to the ground. Mary Jane is now identified with beneficial outcomes. Illegal immigrants are observing a light at the end of the tunnel. Gays are growing in their freedoms to be gay. America is awakening to be once again the land of the diverse melting pot it once was. Rejuvenating strengths that was always their fundamental strengths‘.
Demographics of the ideologies of Jim Crow, John Birch or the hyped up McCarthy are fading into the archaic dust bins of our history. Another dark chapter of our growing pains.“We The People” have reached a majority that choose to distance themselves from the gloom and doom policies that promote these dysfunctional callow ideologies.
51% are now in favor of gays to be gay. 72% agree that this is inevitable. Mary Jane up 11 points from 2010. Previously only less than 1/3 comprehended its beneficial factors. This according to Pew Polls. CBS/N.Y. Times poll have discovered 83% favor a path to citizenship for the illegal immigrants. 20% higher than the 2007 Pew Polls. Which was the last time this issue was addressed.
Business scholar Fariborz Ghadar, from the Center Of Strategic and International Affaires explains what is occurring. Quote “ Whether it’s war on terror or the recession or this or that; Society then reacts to those periods and change results” he goes on to say “The younger generation is getting more accepting, the pace of change is much faster, data is available to us more quickly. We’re more plugged in to the world around us and its combining to allow people to develop their own opinions and be open to others”.
1980’s generation grew up with 911 and the gloom and doom of the past of the bushwhacking days. They are now 18 to 32. Here in lies the moving force for the abrupt change in right wing polarization to left wing polarization.
Similar to the 60’s after the Nam episodes. Social rights sprouted, as it is now with the 80’s generation.
Today we have instant communication and knowledge at our finger tips. Fraudulent propaganda schemes of our past prejudices become exposed. Observe the effect on programs such as “Weeds, Modern Family and Ugly Betty” to name a few. They stimulate diversity and liberalization. Advancing the goals of the broad open minded liberal, as opposed to the narrow close minded conservative. There will continue to be gloomy times. They however are advocating their own demise with each experienced generation that follows. Growing in intellect and controlling, the gloom and doom scenarios. Science will soon render these gloomy days for agricultural benefits. Removing them from authority based organizations. Obama once said “ Each successive generation creates a new space for peace and tolerance and justice and fairness” Right to the point.
Bernard Forand

Cape Coral, FL

#18576 Jun 26, 2013
Waco 1909 wrote:
<quoted text> You'd think that after all these centuries people would get a clue. Hate is seductive.
Gee that’s a good point. Think that’s the Tea Parties Slogan. What do you hate? Ho, ho…
CEO’s Inequality
Inequality In The USA. Has the highest level among the advanced industrial countries. Comparing to some such as Hungary, Belgium and France which have no significant increases to their inequality. Where in as the USA has been increasing to be more aligned with Iran, Jamaica, Uganda and the Philippines.
GDP does not take into account the measure of inequality. Does not measure the security of its citizens.
All boats rise equally on the rising tide is no longer applicable here in the USA. We have harbors that restrict through manipulation the rising tides. The few affluent yachts at the open end of the harbor suffer no restrictions of significance, equal to the manipulated incoming tide, to the boats in the restricted harbors. Tide dams have been erected to offset the flow of rising tides within the harbors.
Example; Presently USA CEO’s have 200 to 1 ratio in income to the average laborer. Japan as one example has a 16 to 1 ratio. Less than 50 years ago USA had a 30 to 1 ratio. This rising inequality has stimulated additional wanna-be’s executives to seek the same. One example can be found in the UK. The UK’s “High Pay Commission” reported that their top executives were approaching Victorian levels. Presently though they are at the levels of the 1920’s as measured for inequality in laborers’ productivity distributions of wealth.
Sweden, UK and additionally some of the Scandinavian nations and some within the European Union have taken steps to nip this inequality of distributions. Restricting CEO’s pay to a ratio of corporations earnings and out law golden parachutes. Bonuses and gifts as well. There is a provision that allows for parts or all to be circumnavigated if the voters agree. That is, not the voters of the corporation boards but all citizens voters. Sweden passed it in 2012 the others are putting it up for debate and or vote by their citizens.
USA…. the thundering sound of crickets on the issue.
Bernard Forand

Cape Coral, FL

#18577 Jun 26, 2013
Texan wrote:
Oh well; another page of blah blah blah, whatever Barney.
Ah Texan it was you that brought this thread back to life and inspiring all of us to drink from your well. Having fun. Keep it up… Love Bernie..
Tea baggers are not liberal…. Pirates of Hostage/Ransom leadership. Anarchist. Observe differences in their definitions. You propose we adopt this erroneous ideology? You have a few cards missing in your deck…
lib·er·al [líbb&#601;r&#601;l, líbbr&#601;l]
1. broad-minded: tolerant of different views and standards of behavior in others
2. progressive politically or socially: favoring gradual reform, especially political reforms that extend democracy, distribute wealth more evenly, and protect the personal freedom of the individual
3. generous: freely giving money, time, or some other asset
My great-aunt was liberal in her bequests.

4. generous in quantity: large in size or amount
a liberal helping

5. not literal: not limited to the literal meaning in translation or interpretation
a liberal interpretation of the rules

6. culturally oriented: concerned with general cultural matters and broadening of the mind rather than professional or technical study
a liberal education

7. of political liberalism: relating to a political ideology of liberalism

n (plural lib·er·als)
liberal person: somebody who favors tolerance or open-mindedness

Encarta ® World English Dictionary © & (P) 1998-2005 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

an·ar·chist [ánn&#601;rkist]
(plural an·ar·chists)
1. supporter of anarchism: somebody who believes that governments should be abolished as unnecessary
2. lawless person: somebody who tries to overthrow a government or behaves in a lawless way. Defiant

Encarta ® World English Dictionary © & (P) 1998-2005 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
Your definition of Tea is false. Simply put to achieve those goals you proposed requires a socialistic ideology to achieve them.

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