Saturday, August 13, 2011

Texas raids fund for poor to keep taxes low

snardfarker.ning.com
http://www.rawstory.com/rawreplay/2011/08/texas-raids-fund-for-poor-to-keep-taxes-low/

This guy can't balance a budget, wants to mix religion and politics, has presided over more killings on death row than any other governor and now he wants to be your president.

Rick Perry is bad for Texas, don't promote him.
http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2011/08/12/top-obama-aide-fires-preemptive-broadside-at-perry/

5 comments:

  1. I hear Hispanics in Texas love him. And why not? Just look at all the things he's done for them. NOT!

    He said he thinks he's going to win today. I suspect God told him that when he was speaking to those 25,000 wealthy white conservatives and corporations a few days ago in a Texas stadium.

    Be wary...very wary.

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  2. You sound scared of Mr Perry. Using info from The Nation is not dissimilar from using info from Alex Jones or perhaps cybernut news service.

    Thanks to Mr. Brown Ca will be a Red State next time around.

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  3. There are currently seven Super PACs -- independent political committees that can accept unlimited contributions from individuals, corporations and unions -- supporting Perry's bid. The most recently formed is Make Us Great Again, which is, perhaps, the most emblematic of the veil of independence worn by these candidate-centric committees.
    He's not exactly a man for the people if you ask me.

    I'm not scared Domino 21,just informed when it comes to Pery's backround.
    Perhaps you ought to quit watching Faux News so much and look at who is backing him. It's somewhat of a mystery, but you'll have to go somewhere other than Fox to find out more.

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  4. No need to fear Mr. Perry. He understands: corporations are people, my friend.

    All we need to know about Mr. Perry has come from his own mouth.

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  5. One example Domino 21,
    Let me tell you about just one of those committees, "Americans for Rick Perry," that is run by California political consultant Bob Schuman, a former campaign consultant for former Sen. Phil Gramm (R-Texas), Perry's political mentor.

    Schuman’s consulting firm has also represented the pharmaceutical company Merck, which was represented in Texas by Toomey. Toomey’s lobbying for Merck became a scandal in Texas after Perry mandated that all schoolgirls receive a vaccination against HPV -- a vaccination that was made by Merck.

    The ensuing controversy led the state legislature to override the governor and block the mandate. Schuman's effort has so far been underwritten by a large contribution from Texas billionaire Harold Simmons, a major Perry donor who has used his political clout to gain support from Perry’s administration to bury nuclear waste in western Texas.

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