Doing the bang-and-clang with a LaRue rifle, while rocking to the Nuge. I wish I had attended this year’s convention. Tweet
I don’t care who you are…that’s nice shooting.
This is what Mitt Romney might refer to as a “binder full of women.”
Do you know why nobody believes that you’re actually an “unbiased” and “objective” media organization Trib? Because your pull stunts like this, knowing what the outcome will be, while trying to keep your own hands clean (“Hey, we merely posted a three year old, un-newsworthy picture. And asked for comments. It’s not our fault our readers went all homophobic on us…”).
Gov. Perry would have made a damned-fine President. He still might someday.
You may not like his politics. You can mock his debating skills and inability to remember the third item on a list of three. But he’s a damned good and decent man. I know; I’ve seen how he treats dogs and children.
Of course, the Texas Liberal media elites — to include Emily Ramshaw of the Texas Tribune, who wrote the above report — are incredulous that Gov. Perry would dare (how dare he!?!?) refuse Obama’s socialization of our medical system here in Texas.
Posted at the Washington Times: America simply cannot tolerate an attorney general who arms the very criminals he is supposed to protect us from and then refuses to comfort the grieving parents of a slain Border Patrol agent. Nor can we tolerate a president who lacks the courage to take decisive action in restoring justice [...]
John Hawkins has a good interview with Gov. Rick Perry on his stance on illegal immigration, and how/why his policies as a border-state governor might differ from his policies as President. I know many of you are opposed to the children of illegal immigrants getting in-state tuition — so am I. But it’s not that big of a deal for me either, and definitely not a deal breaker. Many of Perry’s reasons for supporting it are understandable and reasonable.
Obama and his Justice Department has made it abundantly clear that immigration enforcement is a Federal government responsibility; just ask Gov. Jan Brewer of Arizona what happens when a state tries to help the Federal government do their damned job. In which case, they need to pony up the costs incurred by the states for housing the results of their failures.