Defiant Gov. Perry rejects 'outrageou...

Defiant Gov. Perry rejects 'outrageous' indictment

There are 125 comments on the The Washington Post story from Aug 17, 2014, titled Defiant Gov. Perry rejects 'outrageous' indictment. In it, The Washington Post reports that:

Texas Gov. Rick Perry is lashing out at the "outrageous" criminal charges filed against him and defending the veto that led a grand jury to indict him on two felony counts of abuse of power.

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Since: Nov 08

Paris

#1 Aug 17, 2014
THIS STUNT FROM THE LEFT SHOWS THEIR GROWING FEAR OF PERRY IN THE COMING 2016 ELECTION. THE LOONS ALWAYS START ON THE STRONGEST FIRST........JUST AS THEY HAVE ON CARSON. It is so easy to read liberals...........they continue never say what they have accomplished, but denigrate the opposition instead because they never have accomplishments.

“My Commander-in-Chi ef!”

Since: Jun 07

Obama got Osama!

#2 Aug 17, 2014
From Christie to Perry to that Governor who disappeared in the South America mountains with his mistress, the republican Party leadership is corrupted.

Maybe now Perry will remember the three things… that got him indicted, LOL!

“i hope we can change this!”

Since: Aug 08

usa

#3 Aug 17, 2014
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
From Christie to Perry to that Governor who disappeared in the South America mountains with his mistress, the republican Party leadership is corrupted.
Maybe now Perry will remember the three things… that got him indicted, LOL!
no such thing as a corrupt democrat governor, is there, dumbfck.

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Your Ex

Atlanta, GA

#4 Aug 17, 2014
The guys polling below 7% in his own party.
Convicted of corruption or not, he'll be hosting a spot on Fox"News" once he's done w/ Texass.

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Since: Dec 07

Location hidden

#5 Aug 17, 2014
Tsk tsk, Jimmy. You know the list of Progressive accomplishments are too numerous to list here. Just as the list of Conservative failures are too numerous to list. It is already a simple political reality that it is the moderate to liberal Democrats that have clean up the failures of policy by Conservative Republicans.

It's truly telling when the last great president that the Republican party had in the white house was Gen. Eisenhower. Since that great man there has been nothing but Republican failure after failure in the white house. Not even the loved Reagan was a good leader. I am so glad I am young enough to look at Reagan's presidency objectively and see him as a failure that he was.

Now here comes Perry, carrying the torch of Right-wing Republican corruption and abuse of power that was first pioneered by Nixon, Tested to the limits by Reagan and perfected by W and the Republican congress of the early 2000s.

How does it feel knowing that even now, your leaders continue to attempt to take the power that was entrusted in them by the people and abuse it in their pursuit of power?

But continue to believe that your leaders are good. It is going to be fun watching the bi-polar destruction derby that is the Republican presidential primaries. 2011-2012 was so entertaining.
serfs up

Ormond Beach, FL

#6 Aug 17, 2014
Governor Brendan Byrne a Democratic progressive of New Jersey helped to shape the Atlantic City gambling debacle. The gambling commission enacted at that time was the smell of corruption. Very little gambling casinos at that time besides Las Vegas and Indian casinos. Da city a ghetto. Stinking to high heavens. The northern suburb across the bay Brigantine its life support along with its western neighborhoods. Then the marriage enacted by the state with a communist/socialism state system protecting the welfare parasites meshed into a corrupted mafia controlled builder trades unions that pushed the costs of building the edifices to up to three times normal building codes. and finally the crony capitalism agreement that forced the companies involved to build the betting parlors having a massive amount of motel rooms in their operations. Kissing the azz of worthless people who were given first crack at employment by laws enacted and ph uked up. So today from the late 1970's you ave ten per cent unemployment in that region with 40 per cent black unemployment inside the city which is insane. Every freaking advance in roads and scratching your azz was judged by progressive views. The boardwalk was and is a slum. It needs to be rebuilt to look like a vacation spot. Like the boardwalks in ocean city and wildwood to the south. People warned. But hey, there is gay marriages and that is what its all about.

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#7 Aug 17, 2014
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
From Christie to Perry to that Governor who disappeared in the South America mountains with his mistress, the republican Party leadership is corrupted.
Maybe now Perry will remember the three things… that got him indicted, LOL!
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Cat74

Wilmington, IL

#8 Aug 17, 2014
This is just proof of how frightened Democrats are of what the people have in mind for the next 3 elections. The voters can completely remove the current Democrats from political leadership by voting out the incumbents.

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#9 Aug 17, 2014
Your Ex wrote:
The guys polling below 7% in his own party.
Convicted of corruption or not, he'll be hosting a spot on Fox"News" once he's done w/ Texass.
But Texas Republicans said they'd give their governor their support, with 74 percent saying he'd get their vote.

His approval ratings have remained steady in surveys taken since late October 2010, just before he was elected to his third term in office.

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Since: Nov 08

Paris

#10 Aug 17, 2014
Dajokerman wrote:
Tsk tsk, Jimmy. You know the list of Progressive accomplishments are too numerous to list here. Just as the list of Conservative failures are too numerous to list. It is already a simple political reality that it is the moderate to liberal Democrats that have clean up the failures of policy by Conservative Republicans.
It's truly telling when the last great president that the Republican party had in the white house was Gen. Eisenhower. Since that great man there has been nothing but Republican failure after failure in the white house. Not even the loved Reagan was a good leader. I am so glad I am young enough to look at Reagan's presidency objectively and see him as a failure that he was.
Now here comes Perry, carrying the torch of Right-wing Republican corruption and abuse of power that was first pioneered by Nixon, Tested to the limits by Reagan and perfected by W and the Republican congress of the early 2000s.
How does it feel knowing that even now, your leaders continue to attempt to take the power that was entrusted in them by the people and abuse it in their pursuit of power?
But continue to believe that your leaders are good. It is going to be fun watching the bi-polar destruction derby that is the Republican presidential primaries. 2011-2012 was so entertaining.
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Cordwainer Trout

Hodgenville, KY

#11 Aug 17, 2014
This is what Democrats will abuse jurisprudence to keep in office in Texas... a fat, irrational pig of a District Attorney destroying the public's faith in its leadership:
Jailers had to restrain Lehmberg


Democrats conspiring to gerrymander juries... is there anything illegal these tyrants won't do? You can bet the emails have disappeared.
Your DA is a Drunk

United States

#12 Aug 17, 2014
Dajokerman wrote:
Tsk tsk, Jimmy. You know the list of Progressive accomplishments are too numerous to list here. Just as the list of Conservative failures are too numerous to list. It is already a simple political reality that it is the moderate to liberal Democrats that have clean up the failures of policy by Conservative Republicans.
It's truly telling when the last great president that the Republican party had in the white house was Gen. Eisenhower. Since that great man there has been nothing but Republican failure after failure in the white house. Not even the loved Reagan was a good leader. I am so glad I am young enough to look at Reagan's presidency objectively and see him as a failure that he was.
Now here comes Perry, carrying the torch of Right-wing Republican corruption and abuse of power that was first pioneered by Nixon, Tested to the limits by Reagan and perfected by W and the Republican congress of the early 2000s.
How does it feel knowing that even now, your leaders continue to attempt to take the power that was entrusted in them by the people and abuse it in their pursuit of power?
But continue to believe that your leaders are good. It is going to be fun watching the bi-polar destruction derby that is the Republican presidential primaries. 2011-2012 was so entertaining.
It is clear that you are delusional. Get ready to be served humble pie in the next election, but there is no reason to debate a idiot so I offer this:
It is also clear that you are the son of a rabid dog and this disease was passes thru her distended teats to you. You should be chained to a tree and shot. I will volunteer for the job.

“OBAMA SET THIS TOXIC TONE”

Since: May 11

Location hidden

#13 Aug 17, 2014
Dajokerman wrote:
Tsk tsk, Jimmy. You know the list of Progressive accomplishments are too numerous to list here. Just as the list of Conservative failures are too numerous to list. It is already a simple political reality that it is the moderate to liberal Democrats that have clean up the failures of policy by Conservative Republicans.
It's truly telling when the last great president that the Republican party had in the white house was Gen. Eisenhower. Since that great man there has been nothing but Republican failure after failure in the white house. Not even the loved Reagan was a good leader. I am so glad I am young enough to look at Reagan's presidency objectively and see him as a failure that he was.
Now here comes Perry, carrying the torch of Right-wing Republican corruption and abuse of power that was first pioneered by Nixon, Tested to the limits by Reagan and perfected by W and the Republican congress of the early 2000s.
How does it feel knowing that even now, your leaders continue to attempt to take the power that was entrusted in them by the people and abuse it in their pursuit of power?
But continue to believe that your leaders are good. It is going to be fun watching the bi-polar destruction derby that is the Republican presidential primaries. 2011-2012 was so entertaining.
Are you talking about Progressive accomplishment of: slavery, racism, segregation, Jim Crow laws, Gag rules, Poll tax, A Civil War, forming the KKK, Eugenics, Interment camps, class warfare?
You want to talk about scandals. Have you kept count of Obama's? Fast and Furious, Benghazi, NSA/AP, EPA over reach, HHS over reach, how the ACA was passed(you can keep your doctor), recess appointments, VA,(just to name a few) but the one that should scare everybody but it don't because it benefitted Democrats was how he used the IRS to stifle his political opposition. Wait until that is used against Democrats and see how loud you scream the "I" word!
Democrats last semi-descent president was FDR. Not for the money wasted in prolonging the depression, it was when we where attacked, he call the enemy "the enemy". He demonized them and pounded one into the dirt and nuked the one that attacked us. The ideas that we fought so hard in the 40's are now running this government. Are you proud?
I will give it Democrats, if one f*cks up the rest will circle the wagons to defend them with their last breath. Just like they are defending this woman for getting a DUI and did not resign.
All this is, is fear of who will be the next Republican nominee. Christie, Scott and now Perry, who is next, Pence, Jeb? Democrats are scared and should be. You don't have a positive record to run on. Grimes, in Ky, said she was a Clinton Democrat, not an Obama Democrat. Why would she say that if Obama is doing so great?

“Yeah, but...”

Since: Sep 11

MILKY WAY

#14 Aug 17, 2014
In order to keep a drunk driver as district attorney, Democrat mud slingers sue a state governor for exercising his constitutional right. Democrats insist that corruption in state government be investigated by someone who acts unethically. With an arrogant, belligerent, unethical drunk in charge of investigating corruption, the Democrats intend to get a free ride on their goofy, if not illegal, activities.
lolol

Albuquerque, NM

#15 Aug 17, 2014
SirPrize wrote:
In order to keep a drunk driver as district attorney, Democrat mud slingers sue a state governor for exercising his constitutional right. Democrats insist that corruption in state government be investigated by someone who acts unethically. With an arrogant, belligerent, unethical drunk in charge of investigating corruption, the Democrats intend to get a free ride on their goofy, if not illegal, activities.
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the DWI arrest/booking video and pictures should be on 'funniest videos'. One ugly, foul mouthed, fat democrat bastion of womanhood.
Responsibility

Petaluma, CA

#16 Aug 17, 2014
Hey, boys, why not focus on the issue of this thread and give us a vote of confidence for Perry?!
USA Today

Waukesha, WI

#17 Aug 17, 2014
Political! Political! Political! The charge of abusing political power is political in nature only. Perry is no different than anyone else in the present Administration.

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#18 Aug 17, 2014
lolol wrote:
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the DWI arrest/booking video and pictures should be on 'funniest videos'. One ugly, foul mouthed, fat democrat bastion of womanhood.
Perry don't need a vote of confidence but it appears Obama does. He left his putter in a sand trap and flew back to DC for some great cause. Sigh, another two million that couldn't have been eliminated with a phone call. Probably another scandal
Sterkfontein Swartkrans

Doylestown, PA

#19 Aug 17, 2014
Hopefully perry will be convicted and sentenced to a maximum security prison. Bubba and Jamal need a new girlfriend!

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#20 Aug 17, 2014
Le Jimbo wrote:
THIS STUNT FROM THE LEFT SHOWS THEIR GROWING FEAR OF PERRY IN THE COMING 2016 ELECTION. THE LOONS ALWAYS START ON THE STRONGEST FIRST........JUST AS THEY HAVE ON CARSON. It is so easy to read liberals..........they continue never say what they have accomplished, but denigrate the opposition instead because they never have accomplishments.
You are most amusing, Le Ludicrous. Why would the Dems fear this pompous, empty-headed windbag? It's time for another "OOPS!" from Perry.
You'll have to come up with another Republican empty-headed windbag. That shouldn't be difficult.

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