Longtime GOP Texas Gov. Perry wins another term

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Republican Gov. Rick Perry has defeated Democrat Bill White to win a third four-year term as Texas governor.

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Like I said, Odumbo is YOUR Messiah. Why else would your head be buried so far in his anal canal that you are always looking at his lower intestines?.
Thanks for the new words to play with, but I don't need your help, you leftist
Commie anal wart.
The NRA doesn't protect the insane peoples right to gun ownership. You leftist freaks protect their status as mental defectives until they can
be used to orchestrate massacres such as Sandy Hook to promote your own
sick UN-American agenda.
A couple more things. I don't really care about fudgepacker politics. That's for you leftist freaks to promote. Also, here are some links to Kommiefornia libtard failures.
http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-505123_162-574956...
http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/Latest-News-Wire...
Your claim that the NRA doesn’t protect the insane peoples right to gun ownership? Is false; NRA has produced a variety of loopholes for any insane person to own a Gun. They can , as well as the criminal element, seek avenues to obtain guns. Through private sales, gifts from one to another, tail gate sales at gun shows, and or just outright theft. Just to mention a few.
If one is found in the hands of a questionable sane person, it becomes difficult for the authorities to take action in removing the weapon from their dying grasp of said weapon.
Various massacres have increased. That we presently simply jail our mentally handicap. We can ascertain, that the education that these mentally handicap individuals received, within that institution, will promote some of them, to be more expressive in their frustrations with the system that presented this scenario to them. By suppressing those loopholes would be to our societies benefit. Additionally; by providing resources that are medically beneficial to the mentally handicap would increase that benefit of security to our society.
Amount of weapons, ammunation and their destructive efficiencies to be regulated wouldn’t hurt.
UnAmerican to promote peace and security. Yes that I'm guilty of.
Although I doubt that the majority of Americans agree with your version of America. Americans are fed up with the violence and the policies that sustains them.
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We need a Hispanic governor, democratic, who gives a crap about the middle class and poor in this state. I cannot believe people are stupid enough to vote Republican in Texas! Ignorant, ignorant, ignorant!!!
Have to agree with you. Republicans have and are the most destructive force to our Nation’s Democracy.{Presently as it stands}

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Got me? Not yet.. Huckleberry as used by Doc Holiday to Wyatt Earp was to add credence to the character of Doc Holiday being one of education and well read. He was referring to Tom Sawyers side kick Huckleberry from Mark Twains writings. That makes for good reading as well.
Side track to the subject. It is has come up amongst certain individuals that the use of the {N} word be redefined in all of Mark Twain’s works.
{LOL even Topix will not allow the use of the {N} description. Interesting don't you think?}
Especially in the Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry stories. Some say; let it remain for it defines an era of what we were and it should never should be forgotten. Others say; it inflames discontent and should be revised to be more pleasing. Hmmm Does that make you wonder; how many times have cultures, from various epoch’s of time, redefined the definition of earlier texts. How much did politics play in the translations? King Hennery VIII comes to mind, as one example.{Bible}. Have a book in my library, on that subject, if your interested… Good reading..
As many times as Doc used that expression,I doubt he was trying to show off his literary prowess.As for the infamous"N"word, it has apparently been banned from use, in any fashion, by the powers that be.I expect the Clemens'classics to be unheard of in a few years, for that reason alone.Pathetic, this political correctness.
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Have to agree with you. Republicans have and are the most destructive force to our Nation’s Democracy.{Presently as it stands}
The Republicans say the same thing about the Democrats. You're nothing but a mentally constipated follower that can't think like an American. I don't buy into the hogwash from either party.

Fools and sheep like you think the government is the answer to everything. No wonder why the criminal Obozo administration is getting bolder in taking away peoples freedom. Clinton and Bush were only the beginning of it.

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Bernard doesn't understand that both parties are part of this mendacity, he chooses to think that the dems are all light and sugar.
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Your claim that the NRA doesn’t protect the insane peoples right to gun ownership? Is false; NRA has produced a variety of loopholes for any insane person to own a Gun. They can , as well as the criminal element, seek avenues to obtain guns. Through private sales, gifts from one to another, tail gate sales at gun shows, and or just outright theft. Just to mention a few.
If one is found in the hands of a questionable sane person, it becomes difficult for the authorities to take action in removing the weapon from their dying grasp of said weapon.
Various massacres have increased. That we presently simply jail our mentally handicap. We can ascertain, that the education that these mentally handicap individuals received, within that institution, will promote some of them, to be more expressive in their frustrations with the system that presented this scenario to them. By suppressing those loopholes would be to our societies benefit. Additionally; by providing resources that are medically beneficial to the mentally handicap would increase that benefit of security to our society.
Amount of weapons, ammunation and their destructive efficiencies to be regulated wouldn’t hurt.
UnAmerican to promote peace and security. Yes that I'm guilty of.
Although I doubt that the majority of Americans agree with your version of America. Americans are fed up with the violence and the policies that sustains them.
The NRA is probably one of the most important organizations in protecting the Constitution, but UN-American dweebs like you don't care about the Constitution.

There is no real increase in massacres. Nothing but left wing horseshit and media hype. Chicago is more dangerous than the war zone in Afghanistan due to the fact that citizens are not allowed to protect themselves. In other words, you need to explain why the cities that ALREADY have tons of gun laws on the books, have the most crime and murders.

Americans are fed up with having the governments boot on their necks while the criminals run amok. The liberal dogma in this country has created most
of the chaos, not law-abiding citizens.

Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.
Benjamin Franklin, Historical Review of Pennsylvania, 1759
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The Republicans say the same thing about the Democrats. You're nothing but a mentally constipated follower that can't think like an American. I don't buy into the hogwash from either party.
Fools and sheep like you think the government is the answer to everything. No wonder why the criminal Obozo administration is getting bolder in taking away peoples freedom. Clinton and Bush were only the beginning of it.
Defiant exhibit’s the Freudian theory of self revelation slips. Observe his ODD has him at odds with authority. Rejects any facts presented out of hand. No substance in any reply other than dogmatic unsupported opinions. Within the satin ebony nights with thoughts that he can not defend. One is left with only a continuous repetitious of comments. Bigotry of a narrow mind to facts excludes his ability to evolve. Spiraling ever further into his dark abyss. Irrationalities manifest to construct the walls of his satin ebony nights. Can an old dog learn a new trick? Some think not others ….maybe..

Now Perry has demonstrated the shame of Texas with his back ward income tax and lack of nurturing the infrastructure that supports all facets of the Great SOVERIGN State of Texas. We can see that the lack of education has its effect on their commerce’s .

Now for some meat for the buzzards to knaw on.
Adam Smith’s invisible hand and inequality.
Adam can be considered the father of modern economics. Theory was markets would self regulate as if by an invisible hand. Alas 1929 and 2008 proves is theory is not accurate. Bankers self interest, brought on the fall of Free Markets, as well as to their own demise. Deregulation is now recognized as the nemesis of Free Markets. Regulations a bitter pill for them to accept.
Free Markets unregulated soon dissolves into corruptions, that all of our communities suffers, at the disruptions to commerce. Just as workers and investors are required to align to Free Markets. Then it is obvious Free Markets must as well align themselves to the laborers productivity.
Inequality suffers to markets as well as to their laborers. Mandating the need to address inequality with far more stringent measures than what has been produced up to the present.. From the 1980’s began the deregulation to our Free Markets. Regulations that were imposed by the Great Depression. Next three decades financial, crisis intensified and accumulated in the 2008-2009 great recession.
Republicans are still proclaiming to deregulate and cut taxes to the higher echelons of our society, which once again will increase inequality measures. Thus intensifying and aggregating a return to the cycle of deep recessions and or depressions. Austerity has and is being proven everyday of its failure. Simply due to the inequality that is manifested by its domains.
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Bernard doesn't understand that both parties are part of this mendacity, he chooses to think that the dems are all light and sugar.
Mendacity in politics is an argumentative point. That both parties make use of it is to expected and required. It is one of the nature’s of the beast of politicians. How I evaluate our political parties is not by some blind allegiance. Did that once, as a republican, which exposed to me the errors of blind alliances to any party or individual. I base my support to those that I perceive to be the greater good for our humanity.
Distributions of our laborers productivity is one example of how I measure the parties or our leadership. Those advocating Austerity policies raises a red flag . Those that advocate total equality, raise a red flag. Liberal International Free Trade Markets will be the future. Responsible well regulated capitalism will be a major component. It will NOT be the only factor that will be the eventual unified globalization of our humanities.
Observing both parties for the past 80 years on these measures and responsibilities exposes as to which party here in the USA has been the most beneficial to those measurements. Sponsoring a mature path to our equality and inequality. Presently republican party has accelerated to far to inequality producing insecurity. Here and abroad. That is not to say ALL republicans. There are some that retain the vintages of the Grand Old Party. Some I still have voted for.
Now the statisticians at Pedro Santa Clara and Rosen Valknaov have evaluated the two parties on various factors for leadership for the past 80 years a couple of years ago Each president is evaluated and reduced to the numbers. Republicans did not fair well for the most part. Especially in the last 40 years. I have a book in my library on that subject. If your interested. Good reading. I was surprised, as were the statisticians’ were, in what they discovered. Think of it, as a who done it, murder mystery novel…. Leave your emotions back on the dock. Sail out into the light crystal clear blue oceans of reality.
Here is a thought; Examine a well regulated capitalist system and compare it to ours. World Bank does it. Start with Sweden, UK, France and most Scandinavian countries.“IF” memory serves me, the World Bank rates us 37th in being a well regulated capitalist system. Thus you have 36 examples, that have superior methods of capitalism.
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<quoted text> As many times as Doc used that expression,I doubt he was trying to show off his literary prowess.As for the infamous"N"word, it has apparently been banned from use, in any fashion, by the powers that be.I expect the Clemens'classics to be unheard of in a few years, for that reason alone.Pathetic, this political correctness.


Keep in mind that he was a fictional character; paraphrasing an actual character of the past. The author of “Tombstone” was embellishing Doc’s character. At the epoch of time that Tombstone was in. Samuel Clements was the up and growing, the must to read author, under the pen name of Mark Twain.
Presume you agree that Huckleberry, in the context that it was used by Doc, requires Huckleberry to be capitalized. Thus not referring to a plant but to a persona. One more example how easily translations can be misconstrued as they are handed down from one to another.“The Odyssey, Bible, Torah, Quran, etc. etc…
Pathetic yes. Those exposed to their shame cannot hold themselves responsible maturely to their past discretions. Historians will not let this pass into oblivion. Not with the communicational system that exist today. Their shame, as well as their inability to recognize their responsibilities’, will forever haunt them…
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The Republicans say the same thing about the Democrats. You're nothing but a mentally constipated follower that can't think like an American. I don't buy into the hogwash from either party.
Fools and sheep like you think the government is the answer to everything. No wonder why the criminal Obozo administration is getting bolder in taking away peoples freedom. Clinton and Bush were only the beginning of it.
The Republicans say the same thing about the Democrats. You're nothing but a mentally constipated follower that can't think like an American. I don't buy into the hogwash from either party.

What people say of each other can shed light as to the orator‘s ideologies, strategies, persona etc. etc.. The issue they debate is what we should constitute our interest. Should we find it relevant. According us, as to how much research or contributions, we as individuals, choose to participate in. Your claim that this is Un-American indicates we require your definition of just what do you think an American is..?
That both party promote hogwash is a at best a lazy persona’s to actually participate in the interactivities of government. Standing aloof with 20/20 hindsight to any errors that are manifested and blind to the benefits.
Governments are not the answerer to everything. When was that ever stated? Now you are creating factious arguments. Then off on to accusations against authority. Which is in accordance to your limitations due to your defiant ideologies‘. It is correct;,… for it is the nature of your beast. Just so much dogmatic growling and barking with no value. Easily herded to an Anarchist policy. Any Anarchist looking for recruits. I’m taking bids.
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The NRA is probably one of the most important organizations in protecting the Constitution, but UN-American dweebs like you don't care about the Constitution.
There is no real increase in massacres. Nothing but left wing horseshit and media hype. Chicago is more dangerous than the war zone in Afghanistan due to the fact that citizens are not allowed to protect themselves. In other words, you need to explain why the cities that ALREADY have tons of gun laws on the books, have the most crime and murders.
Americans are fed up with having the governments boot on their necks while the criminals run amok. The liberal dogma in this country has created most
of the chaos, not law-abiding citizens.
Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.
Benjamin Franklin, Historical Review of Pennsylvania, 1759
US author, diplomat, inventor, physicist, politician, & printer (1706 - 1790)
NRA is like any “entity” that it is subject to abusive corruptions, as you and I are. We are regulated in our freedoms. We are not allowed to give false alarms. In a crowded theater. It is illegal to cry FIRE!, when there is none. Just as it should be with the NRA that cries false alarms to our securities. Similar to the hooligans that start stampedes for their profits or enjoyments. Your callow rhetoric on Un-American reminds me of Nixon. At least he defined it in court. What is your definition of American?
No increase in gun massacres? It Is I previously stated in your inability to identify particular facts, due to your defiant persona limitations. Majority within our society do not agree with your claim.
Chicago more dangerous than Afghanistan. I’ll give you the benefit of doubt here. For on our base we had a sign at the exit gate as we left on leave that said “Beware you are now entering the most dangerous area of your lives. U.S. Highways…” They were correct for at that time we were losing over 50,000 people per year to traffic deaths. Now days that number has dropped to 35,000 due to safer highways and safety features that was established with Regulations for safety. Similar to what the majority of Americans are now seeking from the NRA.
“TON’S” of laws on gun restrictions have the most crime and murder? N.Y. would not agree with you. As a few other communities that benefit from those laws. Remember now your previous claim that gun mishaps are down for the past 20 years. Hmm about the same time these communities started to regulate their gun laws. Interesting..
Governments boot is most distracting when they are at war. Two of which in recent memories comes to mind.
Give up essential liberties? Like when we have Marshall Law or the Patriot Act. Stuff like that? At times it does become essential in spite of your admiration for Benjamin Franklin. Ever read his auto biography? Might surprise you how many time he discarded his own words to pursue his wanting desires. Good reading..
Not all essential knowledge can be found in a bumper sticker. It may give pause for thought but not to be absorbed as a Universal Truth.
Gotta go; Mother Day stuff….Ta Ta

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Bernard, to me,FDR was an American hero.Dems have done great things for this country.But, everywhere I look, its more regulations, fees, and mindless laws.I was a trucker, after the post office.The regulation is to the point of insanity! Each state, different laws, constant inspection stations, one after the other.Seems to me also, the"political correctness"craze is inhibiting free speech, and the exchange of ideas.Half the kids in America are on Ritalin, and that's just nuts! Neither party is true to its beliefs anymore.Lobbyists reign supreme, we have been SOLD to the highest bidder! Cynicism seems to be the new religion.There are even rumors of a national police force coming.Even now this new agency is buying up and refurbishing used military equipment.MILITARY?? Wow.All I can say is this.The guy in charge of buying this stuff for that new"police"force told me"You have no idea what is coming". I probably would have been better off not mentioning this.If y'all never hear from me again, Uh oh!
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Bernard Forand wrote:
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Defiant exhibit’s the Freudian theory of self revelation slips. Observe his ODD has him at odds with authority. Rejects any facts presented out of hand. No substance in any reply other than dogmatic unsupported opinions. Within the satin ebony nights with thoughts that he can not defend. One is left with only a continuous repetitious of comments. Bigotry of a narrow mind to facts excludes his ability to evolve. Spiraling ever further into his dark abyss. Irrationalities manifest to construct the walls of his satin ebony nights. Can an old dog learn a new trick? Some think not others ….maybe..
Now Perry has demonstrated the shame of Texas with his back ward income tax and lack of nurturing the infrastructure that supports all facets of the Great SOVERIGN State of Texas. We can see that the lack of education has its effect on their commerce’s .
Now for some meat for the buzzards to knaw on.
Adam Smith’s invisible hand and inequality.
Adam can be considered the father of modern economics. Theory was markets would self regulate as if by an invisible hand. Alas 1929 and 2008 proves is theory is not accurate. Bankers self interest, brought on the fall of Free Markets, as well as to their own demise. Deregulation is now recognized as the nemesis of Free Markets. Regulations a bitter pill for them to accept.
Free Markets unregulated soon dissolves into corruptions, that all of our communities suffers, at the disruptions to commerce. Just as workers and investors are required to align to Free Markets. Then it is obvious Free Markets must as well align themselves to the laborers productivity.
Inequality suffers to markets as well as to their laborers. Mandating the need to address inequality with far more stringent measures than what has been produced up to the present.. From the 1980’s began the deregulation to our Free Markets. Regulations that were imposed by the Great Depression. Next three decades financial, crisis intensified and accumulated in the 2008-2009 great recession.
Republicans are still proclaiming to deregulate and cut taxes to the higher echelons of our society, which once again will increase inequality measures. Thus intensifying and aggregating a return to the cycle of deep recessions and or depressions. Austerity has and is being proven everyday of its failure. Simply due to the inequality that is manifested by its domains.
Hogwash!. You're nothing more than a parrot involved in something that you don't understand. Hope they allow you to bring lots of books to the FEMA
detention center nearest you. There, you can meditate on your own stupidity
of being a government boot licker.

1.Avon Park

2.Camp Krome Located near Miami Dept of Justice detention and interrogation facility.

3.Elgin AFB This base is greater than 50 miles long extending from Pensacola Bay to Hwy 331 in De Funiak Springs. It is adjacent to Interstate 10 on the North and the Fort Walton Beach vacation spot.

4.REX 84 program, Emergency Custodial Facility.
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Bernard, to me,FDR was an American hero.Dems have done great things for this country.But, everywhere I look, its more regulations, fees, and mindless laws.I was a trucker, after the post office.The regulation is to the point of insanity! Each state, different laws, constant inspection stations, one after the other.Seems to me also, the"political correctness"craze is inhibiting free speech, and the exchange of ideas.Half the kids in America are on Ritalin, and that's just nuts! Neither party is true to its beliefs anymore.Lobbyists reign supreme, we have been SOLD to the highest bidder! Cynicism seems to be the new religion.There are even rumors of a national police force coming.Even now this new agency is buying up and refurbishing used military equipment.MILITARY?? Wow.All I can say is this.The guy in charge of buying this stuff for that new"police"force told me"You have no idea what is coming". I probably would have been better off not mentioning this.If y'all never hear from me again, Uh oh!
It's easy to understand that the oligarchy has some very big plans for us.

1. Dept. Of Homeland Stupidity bought over a billion rounds of ammo and
ordering 1700 armored vehicles.

2. 900 plus FEMA detention centers throughout the U.S.

3. Staged shootings such as the one at Sandy Hook politicized for gun control
purposes.

4. Operation Fast and Furious was intended for the same purpose as Sandy Hook.
It resulted in the death of a Border Patrol Agent, 16 Mexican school children
and countless innocent civilians from the guns involved with F&F. Of course our own rat media won't talk about it, now that the guilty party is found
to be our own wonderful government.

5. The Federal government granting amnesty, instead of deporting them.

6. Increased surveillance of every American citizen in this country.
Huge data bases, drones and electronic snooping.

7. More human experimentation programs hidden from the public. Instead
of syphilis or radiation, it's insidious electromagnetic experiments.

8. Development of non-lethal electromagnetic weaponry for "crowd control".

9. More and more social engineering on the public with "political correctness" and increasingly more worthless TV programs with subtle brain-washing and or conditioning.

10. The humiliating experiences that air travelers suffer at the airports in the name of security is also another form of conditioning.

Most of this enslavement crap is paid for by "We The People" through our tax dollars. Notice during the so-called Presidential debates that nothing was said about the expenditures on "Homeland Security"?.

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Defiant they won't understand, period.They think the government is their"friend".My friend at DHS says that we just don't understand what is coming.DHS asked him if he could be counted on in an"emergency".(SHOOT ING AMERICANS).He told them,"if I see you drive up, I'm shooting".And he works for these "people".
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Defiant they won't understand, period.They think the government is their"friend".My friend at DHS says that we just don't understand what is coming.DHS asked him if he could be counted on in an"emergency".(SHOOT ING AMERICANS).He told them,"if I see you drive up, I'm shooting".And he works for these "people".
I forgot to include the recent joint military and police exercises in several major cities that were conducted recently. I don't think that those were for our safety and well-being.

The only thing is that when the economy collapses, there will be social unrest beyond belief. The "have-nots" will be the first ones to attack the "haves" for everything that they own. It will go way beyond the occasional robbery
at the local Stop and Rob service stations.
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Defiant they won't understand, period.They think the government is their"friend".My friend at DHS says that we just don't understand what is coming.DHS asked him if he could be counted on in an"emergency".(SHOOT ING AMERICANS).He told them,"if I see you drive up, I'm shooting".And he works for these "people".
Here is a very good example of why the economy collapsing will be really bad.
Wait till these A-holes are starving. We will have some problems.

http://www.click2houston.com/news/At-least-11...

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DHS has purchased over 360,000 hollow points.And 1.6 billion rounds total, so far.Hollow points cause maximum damage, people are questioning why DHS would need these for domestic purposes, instead of full metal jacket.Just who the hell is DHS planning to shoot?

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