Enemy of the People

Sunday, October 30, 2011

At the annual banquet for Cornerstone Action, a conservative advocacy group, TX Gov. Rick Perry, praised state legislators working to overturn New Hampshire’s same-sex marriage law.

“As conservatives we believe in the sanctity of life. We believe in the sanctity of traditional marriage. And I applaud those legislators in New Hampshire who are working to defend marriage as an institution between one man and one woman, realizing that children need to be raised in a loving home by a mother and a father.”

The former Republican front runner for president, Perry, in recent days has watched his poll numbers drop as he aligned himself with the discredited Birther movement.

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13 Responses to Enemy of the People

  1. Joe in Colorado says:

    From what I hear, Rick Perry has a few same-sex skeletons in his closet. It’s always the ones with soiled hands who scream the loudest. I have to wonder what made this arrogant Texas import think the voters would embrace him?

  2. The Real Adam says:

    Joe in Colorado – It was a “what” but a “who” responsible for the Perry 2012 campaign.

    Anita Perry, Rick’s wife is said to be the grease behind his presidential fantasy. People familiar with the couple tell reporters Anita wants to be First Lady more than anything else. All Rick wants to do is hunt and kill animals.

  3. Eric Equality Kuntz says:

    Go back to Niggerhead Ranch, Ricky. The party is over.

  4. One Fly says:

    He’s a dumb ass nobody who thinks he’s somebody and got to where he’s at because he does the bidding of crazy fucks who have no tolerance except for those just like themselves.

  5. TOM339 says:

    Perry owes his political career to George Bush. Had Bush not quit to run for president, Perry would likely be agriculture commissioner.

    The funny thing is, Perry makes Bush look and sound like Einstein by comparison. His prettily coiffed hairdo can’t mask the fact his brain cavity is as empty as Kim Kardashian. No one is home.

    Yet, he has an extraordinary record. He’s run for office three times and won all his races. Texas loves this nitwit. He’s “one of y’all,” as they say in places like Midland and Lubbock. I find it interesting that he’s so worried about gay marriage but not remotely worried about the fact 25% of Texas resident are without health insurance? His priorities are half-assed backward and helps to explain why he’s polling at 6% among GOP presidential candidates.

  6. R.J. says:

    At some point he will only become relevant when he threatens to secede from the union. I hope President Obama let Texas go. That’s one less state to send our tax money to.

  7. Rachel says:

    He’s a dumb hillbilly.

  8. Jim says:

    A true and total IDIOT.

  9. My fantasy, when Perry & Co. started drawling about secession, had Texas leaving the Union, to be replaced with either the District Of Columbia or Puerto Rico.

    But alas, Perry’s blathering was just that, blathering and now he is dialing back talk of secession as if he’s running away from two gay men kissing on the lips.

  10. DMason says:

    Go away Rick. You’re a bore and no one likes you.

  11. Marcus Ybanez says:

    Perry is a dope. Not a regular dope but an epic dope.

    But one thing to remember about him is this: he’s ruthless. The aw shucks, y’all and Yes, Mame shtick is an act. He would stick a shiv in his son’s back if he thought it would move him up and along the GOP food chain. Romney had better watch his back because if Perry goes down for the final count, he plans on taking everyone with him.

  12. Adirondacky says:

    Fortunately, Rick Perry will be returning to Texas in the next 90 days or sooner. He and Anita’s fantasy of being the next president and First Lady dashed forever. You see, the American people have zero interest in electing another Texan. Bush closed that door for the next couple of decades.

  13. feminazi says:

    Am I the only one who finds Rick Perry’s blatant homophobia ironic?

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