Wendy Davis faces very long odds in t...

Wendy Davis faces very long odds in the Texas governora s race. Herea s why.

There are 104 comments on the The Washington Post story from Oct 4, 2013, titled Wendy Davis faces very long odds in the Texas governora s race. Herea s why.. In it, The Washington Post reports that:

So the question must be raised: How much of a chance does Davis have to accomplish what no Democrat has since 1990? In short, a very slim one.

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fingiswold

Tifton, GA

#91 Dec 28, 2013
Truth Facts wrote:
Vote for Wendy "hitlers daughter" Davis. Not in a million years. I hope she runs on the failed HC debacle and Forand you need to take your head out of your a33.After her comments today we see whet kind of hypocrite she really is.
Another woman-hating reTHUG....please keep up the war on women, help us WIN in '14, pigbreath!

LOL

“bar0ckalypse n0w”

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#92 Dec 28, 2013
Bernard Forand wrote:
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Sure like the 1929 and 2008 Financial collapses or the two wars with blank checks and no exit strategy like in Nam where 2 million paid the price for our aborning them, because no exit strategy. Sure we believe you...
Another interesting fact emerges within the statistical study. The income gap between the 99% and the top 1% has widened considerably under republicans. Averaging .49% as compared to the democrat’s .41% That is to say under republicans the income gap in 40 years, widened by 19.6% and narrowed 16.4%. Resulting in a 36% difference.
LOL on debt republicans increased debt by 2.5 times greater than that of the democrats. Republicans $7.1 Trillion vs. the democrats $2.8 Trillion.
GOP’s Self-Proclamation for economic dominance; in fact it is a misnomer to call the GOP a fiscal responsible party and or a smaller government, when in fact the contrary is true.
Now pass on this one small example of the fallacies of the republican’s erroneous policies and deceptions.. So they can perform fo their lords and masters of the 1%
http://neweconomy.net/content/wealth-inequali... .
Yes. 1929, 2008 and Vietnam were the faults of surrendercrats.

barock turned recession to global depression and the arab spring to winter. He's worse than Buchanan or carter.

Obama’s staff changed key talking points on the 2012 Benghazi terrorist attack; his Internal Revenue Service targeted conservative groups during the 2012 election cycle; and Obama personally lied to the American people when he told them that they could keep their existing doctors and health insurance plans under Obamacare.

“bar0ckalypse n0w”

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#93 Dec 28, 2013
Bernard Forand wrote:
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Typical. No facts no substance simple dysfunctional rhetoric and blah, blah just like your hero Rush. Still raising funds for your lords and masters of the 1%?
What Money can buy. Corrupting of facts to the populist. Deceiving them to vote for regression . Our mythical status as the leader of the free world has tumbled down with the ever increasing corrosion. Skewing the voters to be adaptable for corralling. Sheep ready for the clipping. All of their wooly wealth to service the owners. Observe the corral under construction.
Health Care policies has been evaluated by the “World Bank” No doubt to determine our risk factors.
Medicaid programs have been scaled back.{ Republicans “Poison Pill” of 2005} as one example. Increasing our losses to health issues.“Especially among the elderly and the impoverished. Life expectancy in the USA is 78 years, lower than Japan’s 83 years or Australia’s or Israel’s 82 years…. 2009 “World Bank” USA ranked USA fortieth overall, just below Cuba.
Infant and maternal mortality rate in USA is greater than Cuba, Belarus, Malaysia, to name a few. Impoverished USA civilians have a 10% lower life expectancy than those at the top.
1st in overall health care expenditure and
2nd in total health expenditure as % of GDP...but
37TH in the WHO ranking of the world’s health system performance...and
72nd in overall level of health!
44th of 224 countries in Infant mortality
121st of 223 countries in overall death rate
50th of 224 countries in life expectancy
Sources include the CIA Fact Book, the World Health Organization, and the United Health Foundation
A view of the owner drifts by the corral construction; http://neweconomy.net/content/wealth-inequali...
0failurecare didn't rid us of the scourge of shyster lawyers.

Liberals create poor with generational welfare. They skew our figures. If we cut all the welfare tomorrow, illiterate teens would stop spawning future felons by the half dozen to fill our prisons.

Blacks have de-evolved socially in direct correlation to their subservience to the surrendercrat party.

Liberals have also destroyed our schools. It's why they are so expensive and don't perform their mission.

They infuct everything they touch.

“bar0ckalypse n0w”

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#94 Dec 28, 2013
Bernard Forand wrote:
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Finest Health Care in the world???!! Boy if ever there was a lie you have given birth to it. You should have aborted it. Like lighting hitting a tree and starts a small fire within the tree that it soon consumes it. Is this how low education has dropped in Texas? That would explain your famous title for being number 1 in DROP OUTS !
My father had cancer surgery at Sloan-Kettering here in NY. I sat in the waiting room for about 6 hours one day reading a book.

While there I heard interpreters being paged in about 10 languages.

I ate breakfast with people from Canada. They came to America because if they waited for their turn up there, their relative would have died.

There's not a straight set of non-royal teeth in England. People extract their own teeth there rather than seeing dr. sweeney todd, dds. Americans like licensed orthodontists.

“bar0ckalypse n0w”

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#95 Dec 28, 2013
Bernard Forand wrote:
Hard to believe that Banks are favored over government. Are we that naive? Presently banks with the austerity might of republicans have already started to try to water down the Volcker Rule. What another repeat of history twice done over.??{1929-2008}
Nobel Prize author on economics Joseph E Stiglitz wrote a book that is layman friendly that delves into a variety of factors that produced "The Price Of Inequality" which is also the title of his book.
What we are observing here is the same game plan of the banks attacking the Glass-Steagall Act Federal law enacted by Congress in 1933 forcing a separation between commercial banking and investment banking. Watering it down to the point that by 1999 it was worthless. Savings and Loans debacle of the 80's should have sounded the alarm of the watering down of the Glass-Steagall law was inappropriate to say the lease. Yet they continued until we eventual mimicked the 1929 crash in 2008. I can see their motivation for after the debacle wealth increases to the 1% and poverty increase to the lower tiers advances. That has lead us to what we are rewarded with at present; http://neweconomy.net/content/wealth-inequali...
Orthodox communism fell for its inability to compete on the International Free Trade Markets. Poorly regulated Capitalism will face a similar fate as the communist.
Deregulation of our Banks and investment financial industries will once again produce a collapse. Accumulated wealth to the minority will be the coup of our Democracy.
We can presently observe some of the signs that support this contention as we have regressed as global leader in Education to 46th and our Health Quality to surprisingly to 46th . Our Gini coefficient increased since the 80's from a .4 to presently .47 Third world coefficient is at .5 and above. Texas leads the states with a over a .6 coefficient.
If its not too late it is paramount to reign in this increasing inequality and level the fields of wealth and poverty. There are nations that have brought their inequality under control. Out pacing the USA in income growth per capita since 2002 to 2012. Deriving benefits such as Universal Health Care, Universal Education and large superior safety nets than the USA to support their labor force.
All you traitorcrats do is divide everyone over everything. Hitler did that too.

Banks are an integral part of our society. So are oil companies, automakers, insurance companies and all the other industries liberals love to scapegoat.

People work there. Less every year... thanks to liberals.

Crawl back into your dark caves if you don't like electricity.
Bernard Forand

Fort Myers, FL

#96 Jan 21, 2014

Looks like Wendy is on track. Take down the chauvinist and repair the financial disaster they have vomited all over the Great Sovereign State Of Texas.
Wendy knows what the republicans have no clue about…“IT’S THE ECONOMY STUPID”! Hammering your thick skulls with what occurs with the inequality of the distribution of our laborers productivity and its wealth? Gallup polls are exposing the number one culprit to our nations security. Action required to level the fields. Even the Independents agree. This is just too much and corrupt; http://neweconomy.net/content/wealth-inequali... UNACCEPTABLE !
January 20, 2014
In U.S., 67% Dissatisfied With Income, Wealth Distribution
Democrats and independents are more dissatisfied than Republicans
by Rebecca Riffkin
WASHINGTON, D.C.-- Two out of three Americans are dissatisfied with the way income and wealth are currently distributed in the U.S. This includes three-fourths of Democrats and 54% of Republicans.
President Barack Obama spoke about income disparities in a Dec. 4, 2013, speech, saying he wanted to prioritize lowering income disparity and increasing opportunities, particularly for the poor, during the rest of his second term. He most likely will return to that topic in his State of the Union speech at the end of the month. Gallup's Jan. 5-8 Mood of the Nation survey included a question asking Americans how satisfied they are with income and wealth distribution in the U.S. Few, 7%, report that they are "very satisfied" with the distribution, while 39% of Americans say they are "very dissatisfied."
Attitudes about the distribution of income and wealth are highly related to partisanship. Republicans, at 45% very or somewhat satisfied, express the highest satisfaction with the current wealth disparity in the U.S. Democrats are much less satisfied, at 24%, with independents closer in satisfaction to Democrats, at 28%. Furthermore, almost half (43%) of Democrats and independents express strong dissatisfaction with the current state of wealth and income distribution.
Dissatisfaction With the Opportunity to Get Ahead Remains High
The same poll updated a long-time Gallup trend, finding that 54% of Americans are satisfied, and 45% dissatisfied, with the opportunity for an American "to get ahead by working hard." This measure has remained roughly constant over the past three years, but Americans are much less optimistic about economic opportunity now than before the recession and financial crisis of 2008 unfolded. Prior to that, at least two in three Americans were satisfied, including a high of 77% in 2002.
In contrast to the question about income distribution in the same poll, satisfaction with the opportunity to get ahead does not show a significant partisan split, with 61% of Republicans and 60% of Democrats saying they are satisfied. Among independents, 45% are satisfied and 53% are dissatisfied. Independents are the only group in which a majority are dissatisfied with opportunities to get ahead by working hard.
Bottom Line
Obama will almost certainly touch on inequality in his State of the Union address on Jan. 28. This will certainly resonate in a general sense with the majority of Americans who are dissatisfied with income and wealth distribution in the U.S. today. Members of the president's party agree most strongly with the president that this is an issue, but majorities of Republicans and independents are at least somewhat dissatisfied as well.
Although Americans are more likely to be satisfied with the opportunity for people to get ahead through hard work, their satisfaction is well below where it was before the economic downturn. Accordingly, improvement in the U.S. economy could bring Americans' views back to pre-recession levels.
Almost forgot. Obama at 44% approval and Tea Nuts at 22% dragging the congress to 13% approval ratings.
Donny Brook

Spicewood, TX

#97 Jan 22, 2014
When Davis was at Harvard she was the lover of the great American Indian, Elizabeth Warren. She gave her two kids to the guy she sold her arse to for tuition money, so that tells me everything I need to know about her.

“bar0ckalypse n0w”

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#98 Jan 22, 2014

“bar0ckalypse n0w”

Since: Mar 10

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#99 Jan 22, 2014
Bernard Forand wrote:
Looks like Wendy is on track. Take down the chauvinist and repair the financial disaster they have vomited all over the Great Sovereign State Of Texas.
George W. Bush put Texas on the path to prosperity when he replaced Ann Richards. This is common knowledge. Rick Perry was a Democrat until Bush converted him.

Liberals need to play the race and/or gender card to win elections these days.

Resumes no longer matter. barock, hillary and davis are examples of this.
Donny Brook

Spicewood, TX

#100 Jan 22, 2014
Wendy said Greg Abbott hasn't walked a mile in her shoes. They have a lot in common then, since it is obvious she hasn't a walked a mile in her shoes either. Another lying, cheating, whining leftist. Go blow Wendy.
Donny Brook

Spicewood, TX

#101 Jan 22, 2014
Bernard Forand wrote:
Looks like Wendy is on track. Take down the chauvinist and repair the financial disaster they have vomited all over the Great Sovereign State Of Texas.
Wendy knows what the republicans have no clue about…“IT’S THE ECONOMY STUPID”! Hammering your thick skulls with what occurs with the inequality of the distribution of our laborers productivity and its wealth? Gallup polls are exposing the number one culprit to our nations security. Action required to level the fields. Even the Independents agree. This is just too much and corrupt; http://neweconomy.net/content/wealth-inequali... UNACCEPTABLE !
January 20, 2014
In U.S., 67% Dissatisfied With Income, Wealth Distribution
Democrats and independents are more dissatisfied than Republicans
by Rebecca Riffkin
WASHINGTON, D.C.-- Two out of three Americans are dissatisfied with the way income and wealth are currently distributed in the U.S. This includes three-fourths of Democrats and 54% of Republicans.
President Barack Obama spoke about income disparities in a Dec. 4, 2013, speech, saying he wanted to prioritize lowering income disparity and increasing opportunities, particularly for the poor, during the rest of his second term. He most likely will return to that topic in his State of the Union speech at the end of the month. Gallup's Jan. 5-8 Mood of the Nation survey included a question asking Americans how satisfied they are with income and wealth distribution in the U.S. Few, 7%, report that they are "very satisfied" with the distribution, while 39% of Americans say they are "very dissatisfied."
Attitudes about the distribution of income and wealth are highly related to partisanship. Republicans, at 45% very or somewhat satisfied, express the highest satisfaction with the current wealth disparity in the U.S. Democrats are much less satisfied, at 24%, with independents closer in satisfaction to Democrats, at 28%. Furthermore, almost half (43%) of Democrats and independents express strong dissatisfaction with the current state of wealth and income distribution.
Dissatisfaction With the Opportunity to Get Ahead Remains High
The same poll updated a long-time Gallup trend, finding that 54% of Americans are satisfied, and 45% dissatisfied, with the opportunity for an American "to get ahead by working hard." This measure has remained roughly constant over the past three years, but Americans are much less optimistic about economic opportunity now than before the recession and financial crisis of 2008 unfolded. Prior to that, at least two in three Americans were satisfied, including a high of 77% in 2002.
In contrast to the question about income distribution in the same poll, satisfaction with the opportunity to get ahead does not show a significant partisan split, with 61% of Republicans and 60% of Democrats saying they are satisfied. Among independents, 45% are satisfied and 53% are dissatisfied. Independents are the only group in which a majority are dissatisfied with opportunities to get ahead by working hard.
Bottom Line
Obama will almost certainly touch on inequality in his State of the Union address on Jan. 28. This will certainly resonate in a general sense with the majority of Americans who are dissatisfied with income and wealth distribution in the U.S. today. Members of the president's party agree most strongly with the president that this is an issue, but majorities of Republicans and independents are at least somewhat dissatisfied as well.
Although Americans are more likely to be satisfied with the opportunity for people to get ahead through hard work, their satisfaction is well below where it was before the economic downturn. Accordingly, improvement in the U.S. economy could bring Americans' views back to pre-recession levels.
Almost forgot. Obama at 44% approval and Tea Nuts at 22% dragging the congress to 13% approval ratings.
Get out of here Wendy! You're a liar and a cheap -----.
Donny Brook

Spicewood, TX

#102 Jan 22, 2014
@Bernard Forand; Keep your fat arse in Florida where your stupid, big mouth breaks wind, while you talk out of that fat arse. Your insanity is a much better fit in Florida anyway.
serfs up

Ormond Beach, FL

#103 Jan 22, 2014
If you are a compassionate person even with strong conservative opinions, you have been used for decades. Your wealth has been taken from you to pay for others who have defied normal human interactions as they know the taxpayer will pay for all irresponsible indescrestions. And irresponsible indescretions is the problem in a sexual freedom world that dominates the constitution today. Never mind the loss of God given rights that is occurring here in America to us all. In the end the exterminations and the labor camps will be our answer to the nazis of a century before.
truth facts

Delaware, OH

#104 Jan 22, 2014
fingiswold wrote:
<quoted text>
Another woman-hating reTHUG....please keep up the war on women, help us WIN in '14, pigbreath!
LOL
Women are the greatest thing created by God.Just that Texas doesn't need a liar and gold digger for Governor.She saw Liz "pochahontas" Warren get away with her lies and took a page out of her book.War on women is a lie perpetrated by the one and only party of deception,DUMBOCRAPS!
Responsibility

Petaluma, CA

#105 Jan 22, 2014
Mothra wrote:
<quoted text>
Harry Reid insists Cruz didn't have filibuster.
Dear cruzzie wasted all our time and insulted the process - filibuster or T-bagrepube nonsensical grandstanding - by reading a childrens book.

Plenty of venom from you feminized men.

Too bad - after all we are now in the 21st century, Femmen!
sheepleloveroyal ty

Pottstown, PA

#106 Jan 22, 2014
True colors, now we see them in their full glory.
Bernard Forand

Fort Myers, FL

#107 Jan 23, 2014
Many on this thread have been bought with the Koch industries of propaganda. Small minds easy to manipulate. Don’t need no facts just herd them up and corral them for the next clipping of their wool. Old saying.” A sheep and its wool will soon be separated”. That’s what we have here with so called Texans. Fortunatly not all are as sheepish as those on this thread. Wendy raised 12.2 Million to her opponents 11 Million. OF course Koch and his buddies haven’t anti up yet… The sheep are restless…
http://neweconomy.net/content/wealth-inequali...
That is a link that visualizes the financial inequality within our USA. Security of our nation demands we address this discrepancy of an abusive skewing of our laborers income and wealth distributions.
Obama has been making the effort. His Obamacare helps to disperse the wealth from a monopolized insurance industry out to stimulate competition. It will increase demand for skilled laborers that will gain a proper living wage as the ER’s empty their patience to the primary care doctors and the entourage of laborers that will be required to support that infrastructure.
Presently democrats are promoting a rise in minimum wage. That will help “BUT” regulations will be required to close corporatist loopholes. Example; Wal Mart does not allow a 40 hour week for their employees and couple that with present minimum wage employees are eligible for welfare programs. Thus the average cost to taxpayers for each Wal Mart store is $900,000 to subsidize the stores payroll via welfare. Wal Mart is not alone in using this tactic.
Volker’s Rule which was to restart the FDR,s Glass Steagall Act to regulating the banks is already being water downed.
Capping the lobbyist and the politicians is not even on the table !!
There is just so much a president can do especially with a divided congress with the highest dysfunctional rating in US history.
Dysfunctional politicians increases the properties of greater Financial Inequality. Elitist minority wins..
2014 time to vote the loser republicans out. http://neweconomy.net/content/wealth-inequali...
That is a link that visualizes the financial inequality within our USA. Security of our nation demands we address this discrepancy of an abusive skewing of our laborers income and wealth distributions.
Obama has been making the effort. His Obamacare helps to disperse the wealth from a monopolized insurance industry out to stimulate competition. It will increase demand for skilled laborers that will gain a proper living wage as the ER’s empty their patience to the primary care doctors and the entourage of laborers that will be required to support that infrastructure.
Presently democrats are promoting a rise in minimum wage. That will help “BUT” regulations will be required to close corporatist loopholes. Example; Wal Mart does not allow a 40 hour week for their employees and couple that with present minimum wage employees are eligible for welfare programs. Thus the average cost to taxpayers for each Wal Mart store is $900,000 to subsidize the stores payroll via welfare. Wal Mart is not alone in using this tactic.
Volker’s Rule which was to restart the FDR,s Glass Steagall Act to regulating the banks is already being water downed.
Capping the lobbyist and the politicians is not even on the table !!
There is just so much a president can do especially with a divided congress with the highest dysfunctional rating in US history.
Dysfunctional politicians increases the properties of greater Financial Inequality. Elitist minority wins..
2014 time to vote and get the loser republicans out. Virginia has taken the lead by dumping a bunch of their loser republicans. Women there will be real women not like the oppressed womenfolk of Texas.

“bar0ckalypse n0w”

Since: Mar 10

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#108 Jan 23, 2014
Her big lies were about the obstacles she had to overcome and how she overcame them, not about how old she was at the time of her first divorce.

She claims she was raised by a single mother, went to work at age 14 to support her family, became a single mother herself in her teens, and then -- by sheer pluck and determination -- pulled herself out of the trailer park to graduate from Harvard Law School!

The truth is less coal-miner's daughter than gold-digger who found a sugar daddy to raise her kids and pay for her education.

Point No. 1: Davis' family wasn't working-class. Her father owned a sandwich shop and a dinner theater, which puts Davis solidly into middle-class land.

Point No. 2: No one who works at MSNBC would know this, but everyone whose parents run a family business starts work at age 14, if not sooner.

Point No. 3: Her parents were separated, but that is not the commonly accepted meaning of "single mother."

Point No. 4: As for being a single mother at age 19 -- she wasn't a "single mother" in the traditional sense, either. She was married at age 18, had a child at 19 and divorced her first husband, a construction worker, at 21.(He couldn't afford tuition at Harvard.)

So she got married young? That isn't a hard-luck story. Well into the 1950s, nearly half of all first-born children were born to married women under the age of 20.

But Wendy Davis' harrowing nightmare of poverty and sacrifice wasn't over yet.

Just a few years after her first divorce, Wendy was on the make, asking to date Jeff Davis, a rich lawyer 13 years her senior, who frequented her father's dinner club. In short order, they married and had a child together.

The next thing Jeff Davis knew, he was paying off her college tuition, raising their kids by himself and taking out a loan to send her to Harvard Law School.

(Feminists rushed to the stores to buy the shoes Davis wore during her famous filibuster. I'd like the shoes she was wearing when she met her sugar daddy.)

Then Wendy left her kids with the sugar daddy in Texas -- even the daughter from her first marriage -- while she attended Harvard Law.

Slater says Davis' kids lived with Jeff Davis in Texas while she attended law school. Wendy Davis claims her girls lived with her during her first year of law school. Let's say that's true. Why not the other two years? And what was the matter with the University of Texas Law School?

Sorry, MSNBC, I know you want to fixate on how many months Davis spent in the trailer park and her precise age when the first divorce went through. And that would be an incredibly stupid thing for conservatives to obsess on, if they were, in fact, obsessing on it. But I'm still stuck on her leaving her kids behind while she headed off to a law school 1,500 miles away.

The reason Wendy Davis' apocryphal story was impressive is that single mothers have to run a household, take care of kids and provide for a family all by themselves. But Wendy was neither supporting her kids, nor raising them. If someone else is taking care of your kids and paying your tuition, that's not amazing.

Hey -- maybe Jeff Davis should run for governor! He's the one who raised two kids, including a stepdaughter, while holding down a job and paying for his wife's law school. There's a hard-luck story!

Mr. Davis told the Dallas Morning News that Wendy dumped him as soon as he had finished paying off her Harvard Law School loan. "It was ironic," he said. "I made the last payment, and it was the next day she left."
Gary Gatehouse

Bossier City, LA

#109 Jan 24, 2014
Liberals are the best educated, all caring, all knowing, tolerant people in the United States JUST ASK THEM

Truth be known as we say down here in Texas Liberals couldn't find their ASS WITH BOTH HANDS All hat NOT CATTLE...

“JESUS WOULD IMPEACH THE GOP!!!”

Since: May 09

Lake Success, N.Y.

#110 Jan 25, 2014
mjjcpa wrote:
<quoted text>
George W. Bush put Texas on the path to prosperity when he replaced Ann Richards. This is common knowledge. Rick Perry was a Democrat until Bush converted him.
Liberals need to play the race and/or gender card to win elections these days.
Resumes no longer matter. barock, hillary and davis are examples of this.
Bush had nothing to do with Perry's switch to the republican party you moron wanna be adjunct professor;

"Political Career

In 1984, Perry was elected to the Texas House of Representatives. As a Democrat, he served three two-year terms in office. In 1988, Perry supported Al Gore in the Democratic presidential primaries and chaired the Gore campaign in Texas. In 1989, Perry announced that he was switching to the Republican party. The following year, as a newly minted Republican, Perry challenged Jim Hightower, the incumbent Democratic agriculture commissioner, and won. He served as the agriculture commissioner until he was elected lieutenant governor of Texas in 1998. He assumed the governorship in December 2000 when then-governor George W. Bush resigned to become president of the United States. Perry was elected in his own right to full gubernatorial terms in 2002, 2006 and 2010."

http://www.biography.com/people/rick-perry-20...

Always fun proving what a moron you truly are.

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