Sweet! Rick Perry campaign near collapse!

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posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 11:09 AM
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If you watched the last Republican debate, we have Mitt Romney to thank for Perry's downfall. Mitt proved that Perry was a Liberal Democrat. After Mitt Romney cornered him with questions, Perry ended up self destructing on stage.

Rick Perry is a Democrat trying to run on the Republican ticket.

Now, we can get to business with the real Republicans: Herman Cain, Mitt Romney, and Ron Paul.

Let us see what happens next.




posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 11:17 AM
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Wait a second here!

Perry is a Democrat, yet Romney is the one who passed the same healthcare bill in Mass. as Obama did nationwide?

I think Romney falls into the same catagory as Perry and neither one can claim to be conservative. There is only one true conservative on that state and that is Ron Paul, but he will never make it.

I hope you realize that we are witnessing the re-election of Obama before our very eyes and there is nothing we can do about it, whether we like it or not!
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posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 11:21 AM
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He was a dead horse. From the beginning.



posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 11:21 AM
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Originally posted by sheepslayer247
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I hope you realize that we are witnessing the re-election of Obama before our very eyes and there is nothing we can do about it, whether we like it or not!

It is rather sad.

I know.

Even though I want Obama to lose in 2012, I also don't see a logical candidate to beat him.
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posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 11:22 AM
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Hey, someone who gets how dead horses work in the political game. In fact all are dead horses for Obamas reelection.



posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 11:44 AM
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Originally posted by Misoir
Let this be a lesson to all future Republican candidates for President: Do not call us heartless for wanting to protect our nation and our pocket books. People are called illegal immigrants for a reason and neither they nor their children who happen to be born here under illegal circumstances deserve any right to receive in-state tuition before a legal resident or child of a legal resident elsewhere in this Republic. Rick Perry can take his internationalist policies and bleeding heart elsewhere!

You would think the Bilderbergers would have picked someone better than this moron. It almost makes one think he was put up by them as a useful idiot so as to advance another candidate who would otherwise have lost.
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The first clue was his activity in 1988 with Al Gore.
Rick Perry has admitted that he is a bleeding heart liberal masquerading as a republican.
Kudos to Rick Santorum for smoking him out into the light of day.



posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 12:15 PM
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I think there is a couple people who could beat Obama if they were given the chance. Paul is one, and I also think Kucinich(sp?) could put up a good fight on the Democratic side.

Of course, Dems wouldn't run against Obama in this election, So all we have to look towards is the Republican ticket.


The Right is so stuck on this current NeoCon takeover that they have lost all objectivity and common sense.

You can't support any healthcare plan other than "fend for yourself", or you are called a socialist.

You can't support any immigration policy other than "send em all back", or you ar unAmerican.

You can't support a Palastinian state, or you are called antisemitic.

It has become to much for any sane person to support!



posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 12:29 PM
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Originally posted by sheepslayer247
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I think there is a couple people who could beat Obama if they were given the chance. Paul is one, and I also think Kucinich(sp?) could put up a good fight on the Democratic side.

Of course, Dems wouldn't run against Obama in this election, So all we have to look towards is the Republican ticket.


The Right is so stuck on this current NeoCon takeover that they have lost all objectivity and common sense.

You can't support any healthcare plan other than "fend for yourself", or you are called a socialist.

You can't support any immigration policy other than "send em all back", or you ar unAmerican.

You can't support a Palastinian state, or you are called antisemitic.

It has become to much for any sane person to support!


Look on the bright side.
The NeoLib spiral of despair is coming to an end.
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I guess you could bugout to Canada. Try Nova Scotia. Tell them i said hi.



posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 12:31 PM
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Originally posted by VariableConstant
Excellent news. I called it, years ago when he gave the Republican response to the State of the Union address, I believe, and they shrouded him in this soft angelic looking light, that they would be trying to shove him down our throats. Does anyone remember that?

He's the last person we need in power at this time. Wouldn't hire that guy to cut my grass.


ya know what's odd about that? i remember when i first heard of obama. it was back when bush got re-elected. and they were already talking about obama as a candidate for president. i was like "who?" "wha.."? never even heard of this guy. and i recall by the way they said it, that they already knew he was going to win, 4 years before the election. i remember thinking... "how creepy. it's like they're telling us now, who's gonna be in next, 4 years in advance."

oh well, it's good we had a chance to meet the obama family and have our first interracial president. just wish it had been under better circumstances.



posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 01:54 PM
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Look on the bright side. The NeoLib spiral of despair is coming to an end.

Liberals? Where? I haven't seen any in some time! Obama and the Dem's have been wannabe conservatives!

I'll even dare to say that John McCain couldn't have done a better job to aid the republicans than Obama has.



posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 02:16 PM
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Originally posted by Skellon
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"Don't count your chickens before they've hatched"


He is TPTB's candidate. I wouldn't underestimate the strings that will be pulled if he seems to be failing.

I mean, who would have ever though George W Bush would have made President, let alone a 2 term one?

I may end up eating my own words but for now, this is my opinion.



Regards, Skellon.
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I wouldn't bet the farm just yet. I've said all along, and still believe, that this election it's Mitt Romney's turn to "John McCain" the Republicans into another stunning loss.

See, here's the thing: if the Republicans are going to claim the label of "conservative", it would help their image a whole lot to actually pick a conservative candidate. neither Romney, Perry, nor Christie qualify. All are "neocons", which are neither new nor conservative, Neocons are liberals claiming conservative status, without posessing a track record to support that status. "RINO" is a very apt term for them.

Neocons are liberals, were started by liberals, and attempted to take on the conservative mantle through a brilliant strategic hostile takeover of the Republican Party in the late 90's/ early 2000's, which is all but complete and cemented now.



As neo-con godfather Irving Kristol once remarked, a neo-conservative is a ''liberal who was mugged by reality''. True to that description, neo-cons generally originated on the left side of the political spectrum and some times from the far left. Many, such as Kristol himself, have Trotskyite roots that are still reflected in their polemical and organisational skills and ideological zeal.


Liberal basis of "neoConservatism" - "What Is a Neo-Conservative Anyway?".

Romney, Perry, Christie, and most of the "top tier" of current Republican candidates are neocons - liberal "sleepers" masquerading as conservatives, so that whichever way the election goes, you'll get more of the same.

Brilliant strategy to make real conservatives irrelevant, and disenfranchise their entire voting potential in favor of a globalist/collectivist/statist agenda in America.

Fight the Powers. I do.

Spread the word.



posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 02:38 PM
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Originally posted by Section31
reply to post by Vitchilo
 

If you watched the last Republican debate, we have Mitt Romney to thank for Perry's downfall. Mitt proved that Perry was a Liberal Democrat. After Mitt Romney cornered him with questions, Perry ended up self destructing on stage.

Rick Perry is a Democrat trying to run on the Republican ticket.

Now, we can get to business with the real Republicans: Herman Cain, Mitt Romney, and Ron Paul.

Let us see what happens next.


Judging by his track record, Romney isn't even on the same planet as a "real Republican". Both he and Perry are Democrat turncoats (i.e. "former" Democrats with shiny new labels), and their activities suggest that they have changed their labels only, NOT their policies or core philosophies.

Two examples: RomneyCare = ObamaCare; Perry's "forced vaccinations". Neither of these cats think that you can think for yourself, a classic Democrat hallmark. They are globalist/collectivist/statist to the core, and neither gives a rat's fuzzy ass about individualists or conservatives other than getting a vote based upon lies.






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posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 03:25 PM
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Originally posted by sheepslayer247


The Right is so stuck on this current NeoCon takeover that they have lost all objectivity and common sense.

You can't support any healthcare plan other than "fend for yourself", or you are called a socialist.

You can't support any immigration policy other than "send em all back", or you ar unAmerican.

You can't support a Palastinian state, or you are called antisemitic.

It has become to much for any sane person to support!


Almost makes ya think that maybe they are TRYING to throw the election while playing to the far (social) right of their base, hmmm?



posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 03:43 PM
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In the debate I swear that there was one question aimed at Rick Perry and the look on his face was, "Oh Sh*t!"



posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 05:05 PM
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Looks like the debate did not hurt Rick Perry and his lead.


Source

30% | Perry
22% | Romney
11% | Gingrich
9% | Cain
7% | Paul
6% | Bachmann
3% | Santorum
1% | Huntsman





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