Longtime GOP Texas Gov. Perry wins another term

Full story: El Paso Times

Republican Gov. Rick Perry has defeated Democrat Bill White to win a third four-year term as Texas governor.
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I have no wounds

Bastrop, TX

#22796 Apr 27, 2014
On the outside just ... My heart .., its missing
I have no wounds

Bastrop, TX

#22797 Apr 27, 2014
I gave my heart to him... He has a scar ..., he felt it skip a beat the last time we watched knocked up in the trailer... We curled up with each other ... I fell asleep listening to him just watch the movie ... So relaxing ... I put my ear right over the scar.... That's how he got my heart
toyota moving to texas

Hempstead, TX

#22798 Apr 28, 2014
Huge victory for texas and governor perry. Toyota will be moving its corporate headquarters from California to texas.
Texas

Del Rio, TX

#22799 Apr 28, 2014
vote
Defiant1

Deer Park, TX

#22801 Apr 28, 2014
Waco 1909 wrote:
<quoted text> What do you expect from LW scum Defiant? As soon as they come out of their mommy thingy, they try to get back in!:-\
Thanks to this spamming pond scum, I get more time to work on my little hobbys that the LW scum doesn't like. The LW may be finished soon and there isn't a damn thing they can do about it.
Defiant1

Deer Park, TX

#22802 Apr 28, 2014
toyota moving to texas wrote:
Huge victory for texas and governor perry. Toyota will be moving its corporate headquarters from California to texas.
Good. Leave Crapifornia to the Section 8 parasites and the LIEbral scum who created high taxes and welfare roaches.
why

Hondo, TX

#22803 Apr 28, 2014
test
Black tail doe

Bastrop, TX

#22804 Apr 29, 2014
What's the test for?
fubar

Garden Grove, CA

#22805 Apr 29, 2014
toyota moving to texas wrote:
Huge victory for texas and governor perry. Toyota will be moving its corporate headquarters from California to texas.
Victory for Texas (in thirty years when the tax incentives end)and Toyota. A huge loss for Toyota's employees. Lower gas and home prices and a sixfold increase in utility bills. The weather will suck for those that transfer. The loss off living next to the ocean and an hour or two from mountains and winter sports, cabins etc.. They will have to spend a fortune in incentives to get quality employees to transfer and will have trouble finding quality employees for replace those that don't move.. Texas gave them 30 years of tax breaks ,no wonder the big wigs agreed to screw their employees over.
Green Barrett

Bastrop, TX

#22806 Apr 29, 2014
Hey ! Fukd up beyond all recognition ... That means don't put that effin key in the ignition

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#22808 Apr 29, 2014
fubar wrote:
<quoted text>Victory for Texas (in thirty years when the tax incentives end)and Toyota. A huge loss for Toyota's employees. Lower gas and home prices and a sixfold increase in utility bills. The weather will suck for those that transfer. The loss off living next to the ocean and an hour or two from mountains and winter sports, cabins etc.. They will have to spend a fortune in incentives to get quality employees to transfer and will have trouble finding quality employees for replace those that don't move.. Texas gave them 30 years of tax breaks ,no wonder the big wigs agreed to screw their employees over.
I'm a native Texan. I cannot tell you how many other Texans I meet, that come from California.
Seems like it's more than Tax benefits, that draw Californians here.

Maybe it's because Texas is not a pos liberal wasteland, like CA?
I bet you'd be here, too, if you could afford the trip.
Building Ricers

United States

#22809 Apr 29, 2014
screw their employees...I hope they use Trojans...
republican

San Antonio, TX

#22813 May 2, 2014
Science wrote:
Perry wins, Texas loses!
republican
fubar

San Jose, CA

#22814 May 3, 2014
Green Barrett wrote:
Hey ! Fukd up beyond all recognition ... That means don't put that effin key in the ignition
Shouldn't You be out committing sexual assault on some unsuspecting female soldier?
fubar

San Francisco, CA

#22815 May 3, 2014
Truth is might wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm a native Texan. I cannot tell you how many other Texans I meet, that come from California.
Seems like it's more than Tax benefits, that draw Californians here.
Maybe it's because Texas is not a pos liberal wasteland, like CA?
I bet you'd be here, too, if you could afford the trip.
Well the fact is I was born in Texas and grew up there. I live in Texas at least one month a year every year for the last twenty plus years. You obviously know nothing about California except for the lies you hear on FOX News and right wing wacko radio.The people who move to Texas for jobs,more power to them. Quality of life is not that important to some people.
ummm

Hempstead, TX

#22816 May 3, 2014
why wrote:
test
And you, why the fcuk do type whyż. I notice you do that on all these irrelevant threads. Stop it already you prick.
Bernard Forand

New Canaan, CT

#22817 May 3, 2014
Defiant1 wrote:
List of Impeachment Supporters in Congress Steadily Growing
<cut and pasted>
"This is why it is so critically important for people to go to the polls this year and vote for Republican candidates. The more Republicans we can put in the House and Senate the better chance we have of impeaching Barack Obama and ending his dictatorial reign of socialism. So get out this year and support your GOP candidates and help us remove Obama from office!"
Read more at http://lastresistance.com/4677/list-impeachme...
Ha, ha, ha here we have the Defiant buddy of Bundy calling for impeachment. After failing 53 times to get a bill to repeal Obamacare guess they are now going to try impeaching a non citizen president. Golly gee wiz. Whatever happened to the issues of the day? Oh wait of course republicans have no knowledge of what to do. Good thing we have Obama that leads by ignoring the Banting rants of the ignorant pugs within the herd.. Obamacare is taking off with 8 million signed on at last count and that does not include the children that remained on their parents insurance coverage up to the age 26 or those on expanded medicare. With those the total is closer to 31 million. Gee wonder what that will that do to the voters vote? Hey how about raising the minimum wage to living wages standards and have the corporations pay for it.About time they paid their employees instead of having the taxpayer subsidize their payrolls with welfare payments. Guess who is against that. Yup republican ignorant thugs and pugs. Rabid foxes like Bundy Defiant. The pride of republican membership.
Bernard Forand

New Canaan, CT

#22818 May 3, 2014
fubar wrote:
<quoted text>Victory for Texas (in thirty years when the tax incentives end)and Toyota. A huge loss for Toyota's employees. Lower gas and home prices and a sixfold increase in utility bills. The weather will suck for those that transfer. The loss off living next to the ocean and an hour or two from mountains and winter sports, cabins etc.. They will have to spend a fortune in incentives to get quality employees to transfer and will have trouble finding quality employees for replace those that don't move.. Texas gave them 30 years of tax breaks ,no wonder the big wigs agreed to screw their employees over.
Last time Perry went out trying to get corporations to move to Texas they laughed him out. Like you said a state in rapid republican decline. They lead the nation with the highest "GINI" score in the nation of .6 and rising. They are more in line with African and Southern Latino nations. Unless they get a democrat in there soon they will spiral into an excellent example of republican failure in governing. Presently Kansas city is demonstrating precisely what happens with the fundamental policies of republicans. First quarter 45% loss in revenue! LOL the cuts are coming and the debts rise. Fragrance of 1929 and 2008 once again drip down the alley ways of Kansas city as they beckon Missouri to follow their lead. Ha,Ha, ha what do you think? Will they follow? Now who wants to move to Texas? Hmmm.. Sure..... Lowest wage earnings capital of the USA. Even their income tax code is backward. Less you make, greater your tax. More you make less you pay, if any... Texas republican way. Hey isn't that what that Bushwacking president do to our nation. Lowered the tax on the elite so that they were paying less than there secretaries, if any at all. LOL and then demands Main Street to Bail them out as they reward their executives with lavish bonuses for their failures in the markets. Hmmm he was from Texas to.Ah the republican way...
Defiant1

Deer Park, TX

#22820 May 4, 2014
Bernard Forand wrote:
<quoted text>
Ha, ha, ha here we have the Defiant buddy of Bundy calling for impeachment. After failing 53 times to get a bill to repeal Obamacare guess they are now going to try impeaching a non citizen president. Golly gee wiz. Whatever happened to the issues of the day? Oh wait of course republicans have no knowledge of what to do. Good thing we have Obama that leads by ignoring the Banting rants of the ignorant pugs within the herd.. Obamacare is taking off with 8 million signed on at last count and that does not include the children that remained on their parents insurance coverage up to the age 26 or those on expanded medicare. With those the total is closer to 31 million. Gee wonder what that will that do to the voters vote? Hey how about raising the minimum wage to living wages standards and have the corporations pay for it.About time they paid their employees instead of having the taxpayer subsidize their payrolls with welfare payments. Guess who is against that. Yup republican ignorant thugs and pugs. Rabid foxes like Bundy Defiant. The pride of republican membership.
Drivel on Blarney. Wait and see what happens in November.
fubar

Garden Grove, CA

#22821 May 4, 2014
Texas is getting more and more Latino((legal) every year. You may be surprised.

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