Saturday, May 28, 2011

Rick Perry: A Self-Proposed Philosopher

Will Gov. Rick Perry of Texas run for President in 2012? "I'm going to think about it," Perry said. He quickly added, "I think about a lot of things." OH REALLY? Explain this. And this.

The Texas Tribune, printed the story, "Gov. Rick Perry Flirting With White House Run" yesterday. 'Running for the White House' is thus decidedly female, because we all know how Gov. Perry feels about homosexuality, and he certainly wouldn't be flirting with anything manly.

His spokesperson reiterated Perry as a reflective-type:

"He has no intention of running," Mark Miner said. "He's thought about it, just like he does many other issues."

THAT'S GOOD OL' BOY PERRY, JUS' SITTIN' 'ROUND, THINKIN' 'BOUT THANGS. You know, things like this:

"From time to time, there are going to be things that occur that are acts of God that cannot be prevented." The Dallas Morning Star, "Rick Perry Defends BP, Alludes to 'Act of God' as Possible Cause of Oil Spill" 5/3/10

“I absolutely understand they want to get back to their homes. I'd like to get back to the mansion.” San Antonio Express-News, " Biggest obstacle to Galveston recovery is water", 9/19/08

"From my own personal life, abstinence works." The Texas Tribune, "Rick Perry on Why Abstinence Education Works", 10/15/10

"Juarez is the most dangerous city in America." The Huffington Post, "Rick Perry Makes a Texas-Sized Gaffe", 2/28/11

Here's some little kids making fun of the things Rick Perry has said:

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