Highlights of Texas Gov. Debate Jan 14, 2009





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Jan 14, 2009
Texas Governor debate last night with Rick Perry, Kay Bailey Hutchinson and Debra Medina.

Proud Texan and USAF vet tired of buffoons running our great state. Prick Perrys record of honoring our troops is a disgrace. He only attends memorials of our fallen when the President shows up. I challenge anyone to find a photo of Prick attending a funeral or Memorial Day event for our fallen. Hell I challenge you to find a Governors declaration on behalf of our fallen soldiers and ordering flags at half-staff. This is only done if pressured by the citizens.

In his opening remarks during the first debate he says, the only three things the government should do is deliver the mail, stand militarily and defend our borders, I guess one out three arent bad. Who the hell does he think defends our border? Does anyone have problems receiving junk mail or bills? How dare he offend the postal workers, border patrol and military? He never defines which one is doing a good job in his sorry ass opinion.

He goes on to boasts how 1000 people move to Texas every month, what he does not clarify is half of those come through his borders to the south. Texas has one of the worst records for health and education and budget management (his Dept. of Transportation misplaced a BILLON dollars) and he has the gall to brag.

He claims he inherited a deficit from Bush and reduced it, but now finds himself about to incur a 17 BILLION short fall and says we should vote for him because he has the experience to manage it. If he managed it so well why do we find ourselves facing a shortfall?

He lambasted the Fed Gov of bailouts, but wrote a letter pleading with them to hurry up he needs the money. Texas produced the least amount of jobs with the bail out money because he used it to pay off expenses.

What amazed me the most was when a college student asks him about Texas death panel law and he acted like he never heard of it. What kind of Governor is he, if he does not know his state is the only state with death panels?
Its time for him to get a job at Fox with his friend Sarah; they can call it Tea with Twiddle Dee and Twiddle Dumb.


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