Longtime GOP Texas Gov. Perry wins an...

Longtime GOP Texas Gov. Perry wins another term

There are 23418 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: Jul 12

Location hidden

#13348 Aug 1, 2012
American Pride wrote:
Today we are having a Grand Old Party
Cruz to victory in Nov
Rockwall Citizen

Auburn, KY

#13349 Aug 1, 2012
Cool
Waco 1954

Houston, TX

#13350 Aug 1, 2012
The new cop on the beat wrote:
<quoted text>
Cruz to victory in Nov
uh....yeah that's a given.This IS a republican state.Its not like some democrat is going to jump out of the weeds and ambush Cruz in a stunning upset.That made me laugh actually!
WAR

Corpus Christi, TX

#13351 Aug 1, 2012
His hair is more important to him the our state
RFK

Corpus Christi, TX

#13352 Aug 1, 2012
He's partf hte reason "Red" States are the least edcated.

“Behave Yourself”

Since: Jul 07

Fort Worth, Texas

#13353 Aug 1, 2012
RFK wrote:
He's partf hte reason "Red" States are the least edcated.
"Keeping the working class uneducated will keep the majority of people blind to knowledge of self, understanding of others and of issues which have an effect on them." - John Lennon
Waco 1954

Houston, TX

#13354 Aug 1, 2012
Yeah John Lennon was a really deep thinker.?? Having said that...its up to EVERYONE to THINK FOR THEMSELVES! BELIEVE NOTHING VERIFY EVERYTHING!
Defiant1

Deer Park, TX

#13355 Aug 1, 2012
RFK wrote:
He's partf hte reason "Red" States are the least edcated.
Are you trying to prove this with your brilliant post?.

Since: Jan 12

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#13356 Aug 1, 2012
Waco 1954 wrote:
NRH I GOTTA say Mitt didn't look very good in Europe.Cruz won in Texas because he's the real thing.Dewhurst outspent Cruz three to one.Grassroots baby!
Mitt may not be the answer but he is a step in the right direction. Baby steps. You cant turn a ship on a dime, and you can't change our nations course overnight. We have to be patient to put our nation back on course, for both parties.

“Zionism is anti Semitic!”

Since: Jan 09

Oppose it at every encounter!

#13359 Aug 1, 2012
TX_GrandDragon_RBK wrote:
<quoted text>
Deport them all and give American jobs to Americans I say.
TX Grand Dragon
Rebel Brigade Knights KKK
www.texasrebelbrigade.webs.com
Vote Rick Perry
Yeah... I believe in Free Speech and all... but this media is owned.. and therefore regulated.

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Since: Apr 12

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#13360 Aug 1, 2012
"What happened in 2011:

Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico and Louisiana had their hottest summers on record this year.

Texas had the warmest summer of any state in the U.S. going back to when modern records began in 1895 and set more than 4,000 hot temperature records in August alone. Oklahoma came in second and both states beat records set during the Dust Bowl era in the 1930s.

Nationally, the ratio of record highs to record lows this summer was 4.35 to 1. But in Texas, the ratio was 80 to 1.

In Texas, the average statewide temperature for the summer (night and day) was a whopping 86. 8°F.

Every state in the Lower-48 except North Dakota and Vermont had at least one day with a temperature topping 100°F. Many cities broke all-time heat records. Austin, Texas set new records for the most 100° days, the hottest month, the hottest summer and the hottest day in history (112°F, tied with Sep, 5, 2000)." cc


Yep, there is absolutely NOTHING going on but, dang, those corn and soybean crops are ****ed up.
Defiant1

Deer Park, TX

#13361 Aug 1, 2012
OregonSUX wrote:
"What happened in 2011:
Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico and Louisiana had their hottest summers on record this year.
Texas had the warmest summer of any state in the U.S. going back to when modern records began in 1895 and set more than 4,000 hot temperature records in August alone. Oklahoma came in second and both states beat records set during the Dust Bowl era in the 1930s.
Nationally, the ratio of record highs to record lows this summer was 4.35 to 1. But in Texas, the ratio was 80 to 1.
In Texas, the average statewide temperature for the summer (night and day) was a whopping 86. 8°F.
Every state in the Lower-48 except North Dakota and Vermont had at least one day with a temperature topping 100°F. Many cities broke all-time heat records. Austin, Texas set new records for the most 100° days, the hottest month, the hottest summer and the hottest day in history (112°F, tied with Sep, 5, 2000)." cc
Yep, there is absolutely NOTHING going on but, dang, those corn and soybean crops are ****ed up.
It's all the hot air coming out of Washington.

“Seek Light”

Since: May 12

Houston

#13362 Aug 1, 2012
Old Oregon thinks 1895 is so long ago that it proves everything.THAT is a bit short sighted.More panic propaganda from the modern media which thrives on"end of the world" scenarios.Boy can't think for himself.Or herself.
Anonymous

Paris, TX

#13363 Aug 1, 2012
The reason it takes rick Perry so many terms to get things done is due to him not doing anything for the people of tx. He is to busy trying to find a new scam to rob every one of there money. So sad for the people of tx to have to put up with someone like him. You would think after the way he embarrassed us in the presidential elect people would see him for what he is .... but money talks loud so sad.

“Behave Yourself”

Since: Jul 07

Fort Worth, Texas

#13364 Aug 1, 2012
Waco 1954 wrote:
Yeah John Lennon was a really deep thinker.?? Having said that...its up to EVERYONE to THINK FOR THEMSELVES! BELIEVE NOTHING VERIFY EVERYTHING!
So is it your opinion that only "really deep thinkers" should be quoted?
Bernard Forand

Cape Coral, FL

#13365 Aug 2, 2012
The cry of not raising taxes by the republicans is false. Observe Mittens proposal for the middle class. Tax Group: Romney Plan Helps Rich Most
Republican presidential challenger Mitt Romney's proposal to slash individual income taxes by 20 percent across-the-board would primarily boost the income of the wealthiest taxpayers, according to a nonpartisan analysis released on Wednesday.
The report by the centrist Tax Policy Center found that Romney's tax cuts would boost after-tax income by an average of 4.1 percent for those earning more than $1 million a year, while reducing by an average of 1.2 percent the after-tax income of individuals earning less than $200,000.
Now how do you think Mittens would appreciate the return of Jobs to the USA? Republican senators “stood firm with Mitt Romney and his 1 percent lobbyist friends” when they successfully filibustered the Bring Jobs Home Act yesterday,[July 19 2012] ; The bill would cut taxes for U.S. companies that bring jobs and business operations back to the United States and end tax loopholes that reward companies that ship jobs overseas.
Now you guys in Texas already have and are experiencing the effects of reverse income tax structure.[IE] lowest income pays the greatest in proportion to income as the more you make the less you pay in income taxes. As your black gold begins to evaporate as has your blue gold, history will repeat itself and your dust bowl will return. Ya’ll in desperate need of leadership that are not drop outs from the Democracy of Ethics Universities.
Will they? Education required which republicans are first to cut. Observe Texas is the # 1 capital for the expedient polices that promote “Drop Outs”!
Observe where that has led the state of Texas. Repubs keep wanting to “Drop Out” of the USA!?? I hear a train a coming, a coming down the line.
Bernard Forand

Cape Coral, FL

#13366 Aug 2, 2012
Edthirty wrote:
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So is it your opinion that only "really deep thinkers" should be quoted?
Are you refering to something as mundane as this;
The truth is incontrovertible, malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it, but in the end; there it is. The inherent vice of capitalism is the unequal sharing of blessings; the inherent virtue of socialism is the equal sharing of miseries. Socialism is a philosophy of failure, the creed of ignorance, and the gospel of envy! Winston Churchill to be acceptable?
Bernard Forand

Cape Coral, FL

#13367 Aug 2, 2012
women for wrote:
OBAMA 2012!!
ANY women that votes for any republican is a oxymoron of the first degree. Republicans have constantly sought to erode the rights of women. Remember Paul Ryan when he was running for office proudly intoxicated on his Tea that all Civil rights and liberties need to be changed! Guess what direction he wants them changed. Back to the Civil Rights movements are we to go. Regress, regress, regress, with a Party First dictating of no, no, no, leadership.
Presently they are seeking to TELL YOU what you have to say about your medical decisions will be according to them. Not doctors or your own private decisions. No, no, no. For you are a female and will always remain under the male’s thumb!
Texan

Falls Church, VA

#13368 Aug 2, 2012
not spam not racy not wrong just true. Do none of you see that neither party is worth a damn? They all tell you what they think you want to hear then do whatever puts the most money in their pockets.
Bernard Forand

Cape Coral, FL

#13369 Aug 2, 2012
Defiant1 wrote:
<quoted text>
What is really interesting to me is how main stream TV and radio keeps the general
population in the dark about a lot of things.
I had fun explaining to some KBR employees that their company is responsible for the
construction of 900+ FEMA detention centers that they never knew existed.
Many people have never heard of DARPA and how they spend taxpayers money on developing
neat toys to kill and control people in new
and exciting ways.
Project HAARP (High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program) is not
something discussed on TV either,
along with the advances in RFID
technology.
TV is only good for watching watered down
news, mindless shitcoms and useless
entertainment for the masses.
Defiant what are you babbling about now? Trying to B.S. KPR employee’s. Your accusations with no substance or explanation on FEMA’s detentions? Is this the same Federal Emergency Management Agency that your Rick Perry pleaded for $6 Billion from Obama to save them from the Fires. Then turns around and says he will never accept money from the FED’s? Then he takes the money and uses it to balance his disastrous budget shortfall and hires on government employees to window dress his employment records for the run for president? Is that the agency you are referring to? How does that relate to detentions?
DARPA again no explanation of what you are suggesting? Just blah, blah. The Defense Advanced Research Project is R/D of the military. Some projects presently they are under taking; Robots to compete in the desert for their ability to circumnavigate obstacles. Winner receives $2Million . How about their discovery of how to fight fire with sonic sound. How about their research on unmanned vehicles. How about their research for producing solar energy for $ 3.50 a Watt ? Whew and much more. You have a problem with that?
HARP, Government Affordable Housing Plan, Low income housing. What is your point there?
RFID, Radio Frequency Identification that tags and identifies objective news and information as well as tracking your every move. Something to hide do we? Hmmm Just what is your point?
You briefly touch upon how the Germans of WW II gathered information on the Jewish communities and those that are not favorable to their cause. Are you suggesting that Chase Bank of France hiring of IBM to come over and give them a hand in identifying their clientele and customers is similar to how today’s information gathering is the same? Perhaps more accurate yes. Same goals are you implying. One little difference; You do not have to partake in their info gathering. They have little interest in hermits. Not a hermit. Then oh yeah they know you no matter what avatar you choose. From the cronies, through the governments, why even unto us lowly commenter’s can access information on you and all of your probable selections you will be making. Why even as we comment they are watching. So what’s your point?
Soon the entire world will be transparent via their cultures and individualities. Just as all your comments and mine are being evaluated and those interested in communicating with a particular organization or individual will have a site to go to for whatever dastardly evil goals they may have for you. Here is where the Good, the bad and the ugly come on stage for you to choose from. Simple deductive observations of your thread of comments dictates what your choice will be. Welcome to the Matrix.

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