Two things that make me more sick to my stomach than almost anything else is now coming in a single package with the name: Rick Perry. It is no secret
to anyone here that he has been my target to take down since day 1. But as time goes by it seems more people continue to like him and more things are
revealed that make me hate him. Perhaps the American people and I are on two different planets, I often feel that way. The fact is, Rick Perry has now
created his foreign policy from meeting with foreign policy ‘experts’ arranged by Donald Rumsfeld, his goal is to differentiate himself from the
other Republican candidates.
Mitt Romney cannot figure out exactly what approach he wants, Bachmann is more restricted about war but has no problems violating the laws, and Ron
Paul has stood to his principles of no war unless someone brings it to us. Rick Perry? Well he is now entering the field as the arch enemy of Ron Paul
and I’s political stance on this issue, he wants to be known as the “hawk internationalist”.
He will claim to be some outsider, a Texas country cowboy who will not take crap from anyone and is not afraid to stand on behalf of our soldiers. Yet
he forms his foreign policy around going against what the soldiers want (why else would they give more to Ron Paul than all other candidates
combined?) and is going to maintain the status quo of nation-building, international policeman, and waster of worker’s money.
Yet we should expect nothing less from the Bilderberg groomed, “open borders with Mexico”, and trans-Texas corridor Rick Perry. He is cut from the
same cloth as all the Neoconservatives are. The ones who first created the title ‘Conservative’ and applied it to their movement as they hijacked
the limited government movement so as to reframe it as “battle the Reds everywhere”. Springing up from the National Review of William F. Buckley,
financed by the military industrial complex along with the Council on Foreign Relations, and supported by the Bilderberg group and UN. They hijacked
the right-wing in this country and strangled it into submission, with the notable beginning of this control with the saying that Reagan solidified the
New Deal as something accepted by both sides.
Not only was the welfare state absorbed into the Right but so too was the Wilson-Roosevelt-Truman foreign policy doctrine of liberal internationalism,
now known as “hawk internationalist”. If you think Perry will do anything to change the status quo… how did George W. Bush and Ronald Reagan do?
They did not change anything; there was no ‘Reagan Revolution’, unless you consider ‘changing the status quo’ as kicking out the former Right
and replacing it with your own types.
Okay I will end my rant. But the point is on September 7th at the debates we will see on stage the now ‘front runner’ Rick Perry with his George
W. Bush style foreign policy views go head-to-head on national television with Ron Paul. It seemed pretty big when Paul and Santorum debated, and he
was a virtual nobody, so imagine the almost war like atmosphere we will see on that stage. This could be a big ‘make or break’ moment for Paul as
from the last debates it looks like he is not holding back on the foreign policy issues no matter what anyone else says.
That night I will be cheering for Paul to come out with a huge victory over Perry, hopefully exposing him for the fraud he is at the same time. I
doubt the media will even question him on his history with mentions of “open borders with Mexico”, support for the Trans-Texas corridor, forced
vaccination of 6th grade girls with a shot made by a company whose CEO he was best friends with, his heading of Al Gore’s 1988 campaign in Texas,
his letter to Hillary Clinton on her health care proposals, and most importantly his outlandish freak show lineup at his prayer event.
My bets are they will stray away from that while they say, “Mr. Paul, just when Hurricane Irene was about to devastate the lives of millions on the
East coast you said we need to eliminate FEMA. Do you believe that leaving people to fend for themselves is right?”
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