Participles notwithstanding, he has presided over robust economic growth against the headwind of national recession and stagnation.<quoted text>
Another false claim for religion. Thanks, Dave.
Unbelievers are frequently accused of having an unfair anti-church bias, but I see it as the other way around. Without believers telling us how much the church does for the rest of us, who would be saying such things?
The best part of the article was, "The law will make the state's criminal justice system 'fairer and helping prevent wrongful convictions,' Perry said." I think using a dart board to decide cases in Texas would likely make it fairer.
The governor could also use a little help with participles.
Paraphrasing Ron White, if you come to Texas and kill somebody, we will kill you back. Other states are re-thinking the death penalty, in Texas we're putting in an express lane.
"If you want to murder somebody, go to California. They don't give a shit".
Apparently it's working for Perry. Californians who want to work and make money are moving to Texas.
Even better, the Texans who want to live off somebody else should move to California.