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September 16, 2011

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DJ

On Monday night, the Republican candidates for president (minus my friend, the awesome Rep. Thaddeus McCotter, whom no one will include ostensibly because of his standing in the polls, which is total BS)

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If given the chance, McCotter would outshine the whole lot. He's even smarter than Newt. His mental powers are like Uri Geller times 1,000. If asked a stupid question, he could just point his chrome dome in the moderator's direction and melt the microphone. That's how awesome McCotter's intellect really is. :-)

Ummahgummah

On a bigger front: Romney vs. Perry symbolizes an interesting divide in the GOP: establishment vs. outsider, northeastern technocrat vs. Texas frontiersman, old school vs. tea party. It will be very interesting to see how that turns out.

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Sorry, but Ricky P is no Tea Party Texas Frontiersman. Maybe not as bad a poser as the Connecticut Ivy League Bushes were, but please..

Monica, we're not idiots here.

This smells like a GOP talking point: Rick Perry the outsider.

HAHAHA!!!

Good one though.

LOL

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Ummahgummah

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The technique here seems to be they figured we'll never ever go for Jebbie so they saved him for later with an idea of giving him a spot in the new regime in 2013.

So they tried Mittie next and FAIL!

So now we get Rick "he's not as bad a Mitt and look he lives in Texas" Perry.

Maybe if we reject Perry as well, we'll get a more palatable choice offered us next.

Ergo: NEXT!! The sooner the better.

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Ummahgummah

Beause FAT AL knows his "rising Oceans" is
BULL-SHEET, just like your 1.2 million green jobs. Where are they?? CBC smoke and mirrors.
The facts are: less than 3600 jobs created at a cost millions each.
BTW: Your hero caused another 428,000 NEW ui claims last week.

POSTED BY: LONGRIFLE | SEPTEMBER 16, 2011 AT 12:55 AM

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Not only that Fat Al whitegore knows that the oceans won't rise to devour his new oceanside home in Santa Monica.

But to argue that ANYONE who buys a home in a threatened location is a hypocrite equal to algore is mental gymnastics resulting from an inferior reasoning capacity.

Not everyone who buys a home in such a location is a warmologist. Ergo the hypocrite label does NOT apply to "anyone".

Libs use lots of fuzzy and confusing ILLOGICAL logic to make whatever points they want to make.

In GAY's case the flawed logic is due to a lack of intellect.

On the other hand, the libs who dole out the marching orders and the talking points know full well how contradictory the actions of their leaders look to level-headed Conservatives.

They just feel confident that our awareness won't compromise their ultimate goals since they own the LSM which is on a permanent 24h spin cycle.

Many of us started out by reading and watching the LSM and thinking "am I the only one in the world who thinks this or is this total bullsh*t I am hearing here".

Thankfully, I found like-minded disenchanted people on the web.

Anyway, now that I have explained how libs avoid the truth via fuzzy logic you will understand that we live in a world where up is down and sideways is backward and so on. Everything is skewed as if you were on an overdose of Mandrax.

In this Matrix reality the libs have constructed the Tea Party is "racist" and Al Sharpton is a nice reverend and a "civil rights leader".

Newsflash: Civil Rights are for ALL OF US.

So we have flash mobs targeting whites and maXXXine waters and her ilk call the Tea Party "racist".

I could go on but this is enough to make you want to vomit already.

STAND UP, people and don't let them get away with the matrixing of America any longer!

STAND UP!

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Ummahgummah

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The Attack Watch site claims the Bama is "tough on immigration" and the rest are "smears".

Now he is being "smeared" by La Raza:

Washington (CNSNews.com) – Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-Ill.) thanked President Obama for circumventing the Legislative branch when it comes to immigration law.

Title 8 Section 1325 of the U.S. Code makes it a federal crime to be in the United States illegally. Nevertheless, the Obama administration in August directed federal immigration officials to use “prosecutorial discretion” in deciding which illegal aliens to detain and deport.

“We had a president of the United States that recently was speaking at National Council of La Raza who said during his speech, ‘There are those who simply wish me to bypass Congress when it comes to immigration,’ and many in the audience clapped, saying, ‘Yup, bypass Congress…’” Gutierrez told the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) conference on Monday.

“He (Obama) said, ‘But I can’t bypass Congress,’ and people in the audience said, ‘Yes you can,’ and you want to know something? They were right — he could and he did, and I want to thank the President of the United States, and I want to thank all of those that work at the White House for issuing new guidance when it comes to deportations,” Gutierrez added. …

http://lonelyconservative.com/2011/09/dem-rep-thanks-obama-for-skirting-congress-on-immigration-white-house-official-compares-illegal-immigration-to-jaywalking/

So he was unable to pass the dream act and signed yet another executive order? is this an impeachable offense?

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gringoman

/////On a bigger front: Romney vs. Perry symbolizes an interesting divide in the GOP: establishment vs. outsider, northeastern technocrat vs. Texas frontiersman, old school vs. tea party./////

Monica's right. There is a divide and it's interesting. There's also another way of putting it, so I'll put it........

Bubba Clinton: Ivy League. Hillary Clinton: Ivy League. House of Bush: Legacy Ivy League. Barack Obama: Affirmative Action Ivy League.
Monica Crowley: Ivy League. Mitt Romney: Ivy League. Rick Perry: Texas A & M.

Forget the dots. Connect the Ivys. Ronald Reagan did (as did the voters, unconsciously).

DJ

"Monica's right. There is a divide and it's interesting."

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No, Gringoman, Ummah is right.

See his comment @Posted by: Ummahgummah | September 16, 2011 at 09:12 AM

gringoman

As the top questions in the GOP field will inevitably include (1) who is Rick Perry? and (2) who is Mitt Romney?....in the wake of Perry's meeting with Donald Trump in Manhattan two nights ago, here is another of many comments to come....

////tyman you have stumbled onto ...
onemovoter Thursday, September 15th at 8:40PM EDT (link)
something that most people don’t know or haven’t looked into.

Here is a quote from someone in Texas who is familiar with Perry’s abilities and the way he does things.

“Texans who follow politics know that the Social Security move was VINTAGE Perry.

1. Stake a (very) strong position.
2. Suck all the oxygen from the room (and away from other politicians)
3. Play rope-a-dope with them while they hyperventilate
4. Back off if the margins go negative, or double-down if they continue to go well.”

I’ve been reading books about Perry written by others who show a person who is extremely smart when it comes to retail politics. He also tends to run his political operations like a business expecting results from those who work for him. He knows he doesn’t have to know every single detail as long as he gets the reasons and theories behind everything. This is the same way Reagan ran things.

gringoman

Gman & DJ, I believe I posted this link before but Perry received the "Defender of Jerusalem" award & is a stance supporter of Isreal........

http://governor.state.tx.us/news/press-release/13440/

Posted by: thebuckstopshere | September 14, 2011 at 11:36 PM

Buck,

I told Ummah about some of Perry's extended work in Israel, but didn't have any link ready at hand. Thanks for that. UG and DJ still questioning Perry's ties to Islam. If you run into anything on that....

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Gov. Perry Receives Defender of Jerusalem Award
Thursday, August 13, 2009 • Press Release

JERUSALEM – Gov. Rick Perry has received the Defender of Jerusalem Award, which is given to public figures who have demonstrated support and commitment to the state of Israel and its capitol, Jerusalem. The governor accepted the award while on his trip to Israel, where he also met with Israeli President Shimon Peres, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and business and academic leaders.

“I have long supported the right of a Jewish state to exist in the Middle East and firmly believe in the protection and preservation of democratic states in that part of the world,” Gov. Perry said. “After visiting several sacred and historic sites, meeting with business, civic and government leaders and seeing the day-to-day lives of the people on my trips to Israel, I am even more convinced that a safe, secure Israel is an essential part of stability in this part of the world.”

The Defender of Jerusalem Award was created in 2008 by Guma Aguiar, head of the Lillian Jean Kaplan Foundation, as a tribute to dignitaries within Israel and around the world who have demonstrated strong support for the people of Jerusalem and Israel. The first award was presented to Israeli President Shimon Peres.


DJ

The main difference between Perry and Romney is their vulnerabilities and political liabilities. Romney by far has less. Perry is overloaded with them thus he is the least likely to be elected. The SLIME (Socialist Liberal Media) will have a field day with Perry if he's the nominee. Romney not so much. And I didn't even mention Perry is the ONLY one in the field that would lose in a head-to-head debate with Obama, I suspect.

gringoman

Perry’s Trump card
GOP hot shot dines with Don
By DAREH GREGORIA September 15, 2011

Presidential contender Rick Perry and former White House wannabe Donald Trump got together for dinner last night.
There was no official word on what they talked about, but they appeared to be having a very animated conversation in Trump’s limo as they drove from Trump Tower to Jean Georges restaurant in Columbus Circle.

The pair, who had spoken by phone but never met in person, apparently hit it off like gangbusters


Read more: http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/manhattan/perry_trump_card_bUmqePDFl3O6Oivg4MopOI#ixzz1Y2DTbt4U

gringoNOTE: Trump hasn't endorsed Perry, or anyone. Yet. But what he does will count. As a judge of character, he knows the "players," the movers and shakers locally, nationally and internationally like few do. Despite showbiz antics, and enemies, nobody takes him for a fool, and Mitt Romney knows better than to make that mistake about him.

DJ

Perry's politics are tailor made for the demographics of Texas. As for the rest of the country, he is not well suited ... as he/we will soon find out.

gringoman

PERRY AND ILLEGALISMO

Perry said on Mark Levin show, Sept. 1
tyman Thursday, September 15th at 5:52PM EDT (link)
Mark asked him directly if he would do anything like in-state tuition on the Federal level and he very quickly told Mark that he would not. What I take from that is that they have had to be very creative in handling an issue that the Feds have totally flubbed.

I do understand about his criticism of AZ’s law that it would take lawmen away from other jobs to take care of the illegals. The AZ law, as I see it, is only something to do until the Feds get their act together, and I don’t know that the illegals can all be sent back (I used to think that, but now I’m not so sure). Texas has a problem that other states can only imagine, so I’m sure it has had to be handled delicately and creatively. I’m not giving Perry a pass, I’m just saying that he’s had to deal with things that other states have not.

I believe I’ve also heard that, while the Fed doesn’t enforce the borders, the state is responsible for putting them on wellfare. So, as Perry said the other night, they can either be on the dole, or they can go to college as an incentive (also, remember that since Texas does NOT have an income tax, the illegals pay taxes through sales tax so they are helping to pay for the state supported schools). Honestly, I’d be glad to know how many actually participate in the in-state tuition.

Perry may want to keep his tongue on this issue because he knows how important the Latino vote is (the Insider Advantage poll released today in Florida shows Perry with 48% of the Hispanic vote…no other candidate comes close).

In terms of the border fence or wall, it would be terribly, terribly expensive and that is the Fed’s role anyway. Aside from this, how do you build a fence in the middle of the river, which is where the border is? Further, how do you provide a border that doesn’t restrict water to farmers on the Texas border? I read that the other day, and can honestly say I’ve never thought about that one.

I’m as conservative as anyone, and have had to rethink this myself. I do hope that Perry can articulate this, but without upsetting the Latino voters (if I were Latino and came here legally, I would be upset at the illegals, but that’s just me). I’m sure it’s a delicate balance.

I think the Texas immigration problem also contributed somewhat to Perry’s HPV decision in terms of the illegals and other poor. I believe I read somewhere that Texas has one of the largest, if not largest, HPV epidemics, and it’s predicted to get worse. They certainly have a very high teen pregnancy rate.

I don’t like the term Texas Dream Act either, but this wasn’t Perry’s idea it was a Houston area Democrat’s idea to call it that.

I know Perry has some clarifying to do, but I’m not sure he could do it in the time allotted in a debate…and soundbytes would be too easy to take out of context. Besides, Perry and his team may be waiting to trip someone else up and play a waiting game.

gringoman

Rudy will never be AG because of social issues
red_oakster Thursday, September 15th at 5:08PM EDT (link)
Rudy will be a cabinet member if Perry wins. I’m betting State or Defense, though I’d prefer him at Defense (with Bolton at State).

gringoman

OBAMA: USA's UNDERTAKER, OR JUST INCOMPETENT?

Revamping 4G would crush LightSquared, but the administration is committed to Lightsquared being the largest network and pushing out the competition.

Cronyism is one thing, knowingly impacting our national defense and ruining the civilian use of GPS is another. . . .it definitely is a BFD.

Jason Coleman on September 15, 2011 at 12:58 PM

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Posted by: Ummahgummah | September 15, 2011 at 02:35 PM

This won't stop even RINOS, let alone Marxocrats, from calling a Sean Hannity or a Monica Crowley "right wing wackos" for saying that Obama is deliberately trying to take down the US and capitalism.

E.g. DON IMUS "In many ways I'm conservative. Obama is incompetent. He needs to go. Who wants to listen to him anymore? But to say he's doing this deliberately---that's crazy. I love Hannity and Monica to death, but they're right-wing wack jobs."


DJ

Every which way I turn I hear extreme animus directed towards Perry. Women are especially leery of him due to the Gardasil controversy. Many despise him due to his stance on illegal immigration. Intellectuals are aghast at his his shallowness..........

Ironically Perry is the most vulnerable candidate the Republicans can offer. His nomination would allow Obama to win a second term. Just as McCain was the weakest Republican candidate back in 2008, Perry is the weakest this time around. It's as if history is repeating itself again. What a freakin' nightmare in the making!

Is it any wonder why the G.O.P. has been labeled "The Stupid Party"?

Ummahgummah

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No, Gringoman, Ummah is right.

See his comment @Posted by: Ummahgummah | September 16, 2011 at 09:12 AM

POSTED BY: DJ | SEPTEMBER 16, 2011 AT 09:28 AM

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Good to see that I am making sense. I am sure Gringoman also understands the game the GOP is playing with us.

They are using Monica and her cumpadres, with the notable exception of Michael Savage, to float potential candidates, see how they resonate and so on.

In other words, we're being used as a focus group.

So let's let them know what we think :-)

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Ummahgummah

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Good to see that my description of the Bama as America's Undertaker is making the rounds..

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RafeMasters_76

No, Gringoman, Ummah is right.

See his comment @Posted by: Ummahgummah | September 16, 2011 at 09:12 AM

POSTED BY: DJ | SEPTEMBER 16, 2011 AT 09:28 AM

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Good to see that I am making sense. I am sure Gringoman also understands the game the GOP is playing with us.

They are using Monica and her cumpadres, with the notable exception of Michael Savage, to float potential candidates, see how they resonate and so on.

In other words, we're being used as a focus group.

So let's let them know what we think :-)

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Posted by: Ummahgummah | September 16, 2011 at 09:57 AM

Yes, let's tap into the mind of the irrational and the insane. Are we still fighting commies? Where are they? I want to help.

gringoman

Maha Rushie today warns Romney and Bachmann to lay of the Ponzi attacks on Perry because they have too many Ponzi-like skeletons already in their own closets… plus it plays into the hands of the leftists. I agree with that.

Perry’s Ponzi scheme is to social security as Palin’s death panels was to Øbamacare. It sets the terms of debate.

Perry’s rhetoric is also enormously helpful because it’s generating this conversation, just as he hoped.
Hopefully Palin will be a Perry campaign consultant.

petefrt on September 12, 2011 at 12:48 PM

I heard that segment today and was writing down all of the article references and there were so many, LOL

This you said: Perry’s Ponzi scheme is to social security as Palin’s death panels was to Øbamacare. It sets the terms of debate.

Very smart point, exactly.

bluefox on September 12, 2011 at 5:23 PM


DJ

Tammy Bruce - Under Mr Jobs Creator Rick Perry The Unemployment Rate In Texas Has Doubled

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ud1x1VSbPK4

DJ

"Good to see that I am making sense. I am sure Gringoman also understands the game the GOP is playing with us."

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I suspect in the case of Rick Perry, Gringoman has temporarily disengaged his aesthetic distance.

gringoman

As the SOLYNDRA revelations continue....

The Democrats' ENRON?

Or the Obamunists' WATERGATE?....stay tuned.

New Democrat mantra (h/t Michael Savage)

IF YOU SEE SOMETHING, TAX SOMETHING

Ummahgummah

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I'm not at all sold on Perry but I agree with his description of Social Security.

Notice how all the leftists shat their pants when Bush tried to privatize it.

Kaan't let ze people manage their own money!
Ze zhtate muszt remain in Kontroll!

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gringoman

"Monica's right. There is a divide and it's interesting."

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No, Gringoman, Ummah is right.

See his comment @Posted by: Ummahgummah | September 16, 2011 at 09:12 AM

Posted by: DJ | September 16, 2011 at 09:28 AM

DJ.

If you had run that by Donald Trump early enough, he could have had it in time for his dinner with Perry the other night in Manhattan. Or, who knows? Maybe he would have cancelled the dinner, and saved us from the NY Post report that Trump and Perry hit it off like gangbusters. (BTW, I can't keep up with all the conspiracy buffing. Is Trump now an undercover agent for the House of Boosh and Karl Rove?)

RafeMasters_76

Are we still fighting the Nazis too? Let me at 'em! I'll give them the ol' one, two.

Nutjobs...

DJ

Perry's description of SS as a Ponzi is not remarkable at all. Everyone from Paul Krugman to John Kerry to Michael Savage and millions of others has been calling SS a Ponzi scheme for decades. Why people are making a big deal when Perry described it as a Ponzi scheme is testimony to just how petty, small-minded, and niggling the SLIME (Socialist Liberal Media) and the political class really are. When you step back and think about how far our culture has devolved, it's really frightening.

Ummahgummah

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Gringoman, let's be reasonable here. There is obviously no way that any of us, including DJ, can run something by Donald Trump.

Noone even said that Trump shouldn't have met with Perry or that he doesn't have the right to.

We leave that sort of thing to the opposition.

If noticing a trend is "conspiracy buffing" then so be it.

Let's see what candidate bubbles up once the Perry bubble is burst like the Romney bubble.

I really wish I were wrong but knowing the GOOPERS - a term you coined yourself - I am a bit surprised that you don't seem to think that they are capable of such cynical games.

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gringoman

No, Gringoman, Ummah is right.

See his comment @Posted by: Ummahgummah | September 16, 2011 at 09:12 AM

POSTED BY: DJ | SEPTEMBER 16, 2011 AT 09:28 AM

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Good to see that I am making sense. I am sure Gringoman also understands the game the GOP is playing with us.

They are using Monica and her cumpadres, with the notable exception of Michael Savage, to float potential candidates, see how they resonate and so on.

In other words, we're being used as a focus group.

So let's let them know what we think :-)

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Posted by: Ummahgummah | September 16, 2011 at 09:57 AM

Ummah,

While we're speculating on our rulers, are you certain that Michael Savage has not been co-opted? Michael Savage came out the other night and says he's for Rick Perry. Perry de-fanging the wealthy Trial Lawyers was enough for "Borders, Language and Culture" Savage.

In fact, Savage now sounds ready to forgive Perry even if Perry doesn't come on his show.

Is Savage too naive to understand your theory that Perry is a puppet of the RINOsaurs? (BTW, that was said about Reagan too, by "purisimo" right-wingers.)

Savage mantra offered to Democrats:

IF YOU SEE SOMETHING, TAX SOMETHING

RafeMasters_76

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hHFrOYGlETs&feature=player_embedded#!

Insane rants contest begins...NOW!!! I'm rooting for you, Gringo!!!

Ummahgummah

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Gringoman, obviously no candidate is ever 100% to the liking of anyone and noone has the exact same ideas on how things should be run to begin with.

Even a President can't do exactly as he would really like to. Imagine the present occupant of the White House could do as he would really like!

As for Savage I haven't presented any theory to him, therefore I am unable to judge his naivete in that regard, but my instinct tells me that he would understand what I m saying if this were brought to his attention.

I am surprised that you seem to have lost your usually uniquely cynical way of looking at things.

Wasn't House of Bush one of your oft-used metaphors for the back-room deals and shenanigans going on inside the inner circles of the GOP?

I also remember that you've spoken out about one Herr Rove being detrimental to the interests of Tea Party folk.

And I am in complete agreement with those views. And I hope that you continue to be as well.

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Ummahgummah

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I am sure we can all agree to IGNORE the noise which invariably emanates from the RATrolls whenever anything serious and of importance to US is being discussed.

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gringoman

Speaking of trash, has anyone heard the sound of a troll around here?

Do what you like. I don't feed such creatures.

RafeMasters_76

But I'm a hungry troll...

thebuckstopshere

well all I got to say is this if Perry's policies work well for Texas (do I need to post political math again?) if the rest of the country looked like Texas in regards to JOBS & discretionary income, GOD that would be awful ly good for the rest of the country.................

GIVE US US JOBS 2012

DJ

"I am surprised that you seem to have lost your usually uniquely cynical way of looking at things."

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As am I. Like I said before: Gringoman has failed to maintain his aesthetic distance regarding the Perry candidacy.

gringoman

Perry's description of SS as a Ponzi is not remarkable at all. Everyone from Paul Krugman to John Kerry to Michael Savage and millions of others has been calling SS a Ponzi scheme for decades. Why people are making a big deal when Perry described it as a Ponzi scheme is testimony to just how petty, small-minded, and niggling the SLIME (Socialist Liberal Media) and the political class really are. When you step back and think about how far our culture has devolved, it's really frightening.

Posted by: DJ | September 16, 2011 at 10:42 AM

Of course. But Perry already knew that, as anyone who knows him or has researched him would know. He stepped back a long time ago. Which is why he knew exactly what he was doing with that unique national spotlight on him. He used something that "sophisticated"SLIME uses all the time, but in a way that "sophisticated" SLIME does not approve: The Sound Byte. He turned their Sound Byte tactic against them, making it not PC, but anti-PC. He also did something that liberals and even many 'conservatives' don't even grasp yet. I'll give it a bit of gringomanic terminology. Call it the Evangelical Rope-a-Dope.

This will become clearer as the campaign unfolds, and opponents desperately try to equate the Connecticut Ivy League transplant Bush "Texans" with the fourth generation Texas farm boy/Air Force pilot Perry from Texas A & M.

thebuckstopshere

what I have seen in W Texas (one week ago) is HIRING signs, everywhere, not just fast food & convenience stores but in INDUSTRIALIZED areas.....what I did NOT see were HOMES FOR SALE signs........yeap hard to get housing there but work real easy....an old timer in machining parts for the oil fields said unemployment more like 5% there & that was only due to those who DON'T WANT TO WORK........as for the working hispanics, very impressive, not only do they hold jobs, but have side businesses & they are not thrilled with the illegal problem either......

I very much like what I personally see in W Texas, & frankly it reminds me of a better pre NAFTA time....

I disagree with the won beating the job creating governor in a head to head too.......no way Perry stumbles as bad as bumbles.........

GIVE US US JOBS 2012

Ummahgummah

But I'm a hungry troll...

POSTED BY: RAFEMASTERS_76 | SEPTEMBER 16, 2011 AT 11:03 AM

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Here's a bone: Nice to see you say something that is 100% true.

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gringoman

I am surprised that you seem to have lost your usually uniquely cynical way of looking at things.

Wasn't House of Bush one of your oft-used metaphors for the back-room deals and shenanigans going on inside the inner circles of the GOP?

I also remember that you've spoken out about one Herr Rove being detrimental to the interests of Tea Party folk.

And I am in complete agreement with those views. And I hope that you continue to be as well.

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Posted by: Ummahgummah | September 16, 2011 at 10:57 AM

Ummah,

Huh? Where have I lost my "cynicism" about Gooper Central, the House of Boosh etc? Because I don't believe that Perry is their handmaiden, even if they would like him to be?

And now you have me saying that Rove is a pal of the Tea Party? Where? What track is this train of thought running on?

gringoman

"I am surprised that you seem to have lost your usually uniquely cynical way of looking at things."

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As am I. Like I said before: Gringoman has failed to maintain his aesthetic distance regarding the Perry candidacy.

Posted by: DJ | September 16, 2011 at 11:05 AM

DJ.

As we keep reminding the pols, specifics, specifics. Sorry. "aesthetic distance" doesn't cut it, except for "educated" voting cattle.

Ummahgummah

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I agree with TBSH. While I may not really like Perry but I think he'd beat the won head-on.

Almost anyone will beat him at this time.

Which has me worried that the Goopers might be up to their old tricks, trying to saddle us with an insiderist again.

They know that many of us will hold our collective noses and pull the lever, knowing that there are four more years of THIS if we don't get rid of the won, PLUS two likely SCOTUS appointments to be made by whoever is the next President.

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Ummahgummah

And now you have me saying that Rove is a pal of the Tea Party? Where? What track is this train of thought running on?

POSTED BY: GRINGOMAN | SEPTEMBER 16, 2011 AT 11:30 AM

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That is not what I said. Nor do I think that you think that Rove is a pal of the Tea Party.

All I did was remind you and the others of your stance on Rove as I remember it, one which I agree with by the way.

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thebuckstopshere

UG, no way Perry is John McLame...........is he perfect, not by a long shot but what I see in his state is this, GOVERNMENT DOES NOT APPEAR TO GET IN THE WAY OF PRIVATE ENTERPRISE...........& now the LSM is trying to sound bite pay to play, I really don't give a fiddlers fuk, how Perry does it, TEXAS IS WORKING & PRODUCING PERIOD........

GIVE US US JOBS 2012

DJ

Sure, Perry looks good now; but if he emerges from the primaries as the Gooper nominee, what's he gonna look like come the general once the SLIME gets through ripping him to shreds?

Gardasil vaccine mandate

Sharia Law & cozyin' up wit da muzzies

Instate tuition for illegals

NAFTA Super Highway

Bilderberg meeting

Poor student in college

questionable job creation record

Unemployment in Texas doubled under his watch

Of course there's more -- much more -- that the SLIME will use against him ... all for the benefit of their boy Obama.

gringoman

what I have seen in W Texas (one week ago) is HIRING signs, everywhere, not just fast food & convenience stores but in INDUSTRIALIZED areas.....what I did NOT see were HOMES FOR SALE signs........yeap hard to get housing there but work real easy....an old timer in machining parts for the oil fields said unemployment more like 5% there & that was only due to those who DON'T WANT TO WORK........as for the working hispanics, very impressive, not only do they hold jobs, but have side businesses & they are not thrilled with the illegal problem either......

I very much like what I personally see in W Texas, & frankly it reminds me of a better pre NAFTA time....

I disagree with the won beating the job creating governor in a head to head too.......no way Perry stumbles as bad as bumbles.........

GIVE US US JOBS 2012

Posted by: thebuckstopshere | September 16, 2011 at 11:21 AM

Once again, Buck's YOU ARE THERE report from Texas shows why one of these is worth a thousand Trollboobs, including the ones with their pasted factoids about how bad it is in Texas with the babies what ain't got health insurance and the mean doctors gonna let those little babies die yadda-blabba yadda-blabba from Marxist Class War Cacabooby.

BTW, some seem to think that because I am looking into Perry, I'm losing my "balance" or whatever. So I guess I'll have to repeat, This is not a socialist site where you must toe a certain line to be a proper prog. I say to all regulars (excluding troll trash, of course, who I do not dignify with direct address) VET AWAY. If you think I'm missing facts, let's hear what I'm missing. I'm ready and willing to hear why you think flip-flop Obamneycare would be a better candidate than not-the-best-debater Perry. I'm doubting it more and more, and want to hear how I possibly, conceivably could be wrong. Could I be wrong? I'll grant it. Now prove it.

thebuckstopshere

dj, personally I think what this election is going to come down too, LSM & all, is two things..........

JOBS & THE ECONOMY 2012

thebuckstopshere

Gman, I am back home in my impoverished state but will be heading back to W Texas early October......I do not drive the distance I do for failure.........

FAILURE IS NOT AN OPTION 2012

DJ

dj, personally I think what this election is going to come down too, LSM & all, is two things..........

JOBS & THE ECONOMY 2012

Posted by: thebuckstopshere | September 16, 2011 at 11:54 AM

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Yes, that's what the SLIME (Socialist Liberal Media) wants the proles to beleive but to the SLIME elites, this election is all about getting President Urkel reelected.

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Ummahgummah

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DJ, i don't think it matters whom we put up. The LSM will smear smear smear. We know it they know it America knows it.

And that is KEY.

everyone KNOWS.

Their jig is UP.

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