5.27.2011

Crazy News Day! The Far Right Is Coming! The Far Right Is Coming!

Every word he says is calculated . . .


Please, please, please . . . .


And from the biggest nut we don't hear a lot about in North Texas . . .


36 comments:

Anonymous said...

I am republican through and through, but this is douchebaggapalooza 2012!

Anonymous said...

Rick Ferry is about as conservative as Barabbas Insane Obama.

Anonymous said...

Hey liberal weenies, be afraid. Be very, very afraid.

Anonymous said...

Obama got Osama. Face it, any fear is now gone, game over for the GOP. Better to save your tithe $ for 2016 and just forfeit the 2012 race.

Anonymous said...

I'll take mr.goodhair over mr. nigger hair any day.

Anonymous said...

Obama got Osama by yo' momma ain't got no jobba!

Tater Salad said...

You're all bat-shit crazy if you think either party gives a frogs fat ass about people that work for a livin'...

Anonymous said...

Marc Veasey and Wendy Davis do, 2:07.

Anonymous said...

Neil Durrance will beat Perry.

Anonymous said...

Perry will give Obama a win. Vote Perot!

Anonymous said...

There all crooks...Im writing in Kinky Friedman...

Anonymous said...

He can't become president. He will put toll booths on sidewalks and public restrooms.

Anonymous said...

2:36--if Perry had his way, we'd return to the good old days of pay toilets.

Anonymous said...

i would vote for the decatur beggar fore i would vote for perry...then again ima convict and we aint aloud to vote...

wordkyle said...

303 - You are if you vote Democrat.

There's a long way to go before the Republican nominee is decided. It's pointless to get too excited, for or against, right now. Figure out who the Democrats and the media are trying hardest to destroy, and then vote for that person. That's who they fear the most.

Anonymous said...

Quite frankly, I am surprised to learn that Rick Perry "thinks about a lot of things". To quote Popeye: Well, blow me down!

My Other Brother Darryl

Anonymous said...

I would vote for Katy Perry before Obama. Or Harry Perry. Any Perry.

ABO

Anonymous said...

I'm a political person. And I have yet to meet ANYONE that actually says they have or would vote for Perry. Who are these people?

Anonymous said...

Bet Texans would vote for Perry or Palin before Obama!

Anonymous said...

2:07
You are absolutely right. Once they get on Capitol Hill, they begin to look down on the masses. Snub their noses at us.
The people are the ones responsible for them being in office. Just like Obama ( I am a Dem. and always have been.... BUT...I study the issues BEFORE I vote. ) I did not, do not and never will support Obama or his standards. He was voted into office by a vast majority that, for the most part, had probably never voted before, mostly minorities ( believing they would get all their bills paid, a new house and a Cadillac in every drive).
Less than 10% of Americans vote, while 100% live with what was elected.
Hopefully, a time will come when those elected wake up and realize they had better start working together FOR this country instead of working for their respective parties.

Relatives in San Antonio said that the media there did a poll asking if they would support Perry if he ran for the Presidency.
Results;
Yes=15%
No=85%

Anonymous said...

1:44, you are a jerk. Insulting our President by using racial insults just shows your ignorance.

I am a Republican. However, I would vote for Obama over Rick Perry. If Perry is our best bet, we are in serious trouble.

Anonymous said...

I hope Patrick and Perry both take a run at a national office. Maybe it will get them out of Texas before they do too much more damage.

Anonymous said...

Mr. Wordkyle, Typically brilliant observation (not). Shouldn't you be more concerned about finding an intelligent, responsible and honest representative for your party rather than identifying whomever you think the media is most determined to "destroy"? Why not support substance rather than relying on labels?

wordkyle said...

1117 - There are plenty of intelligent, responsible and honest Republicans who could do the job. Many of them understandably choose not to go through the vicious attacks on them and their families that would inevitably happen. ("Daddy, are you really a Nazi?") The media will not permit a Republican candidate to get away with the low standards they set for Barack Obama. As I've said before, the ultimate Republican presidential candidate will be the most thoroughly researched and vetted politician in the history of the planet.

(And given the clear and historic bias of the mainstream media, the Republican with the best chance of winning will be the one they try hardest to destroy. That's a reliable indicator of who to vote for. When the media express anything less than hostility toward a Republican, it's a sign that he's a sure loser to the Democrat. See "McCain, John; 2008 Republican primaries") Obviously, the absolute worst Republican candidate would be better for America than the disastrous reign of Barack Obama.

Anonymous said...

11:17 - Wordy? He'd defend a Republican if he was Adolph Hitler and bash a Democrat if that person were one of Christ's Diciples. The guy is hung up on labels and his precious "research"!

The Republicans have no good candidate. They are grasping at straws especially with "out for himself" Rick Perry. That guy has more wrinkles than Ann Richards did.

Sheesh!

wordkyle said...

You guys certainly haven't read most of my comments the last several years (and I don't blame you.) I don't support Republicans, specifically, as much as I support Conservatism. Republicans are more Conservative than Democrats. The Democrat leadership has, for fifty years, become more and more Liberal. Show me a pro-life, pro-traditional family values, and pro-national security Democrat president and he'll get my support.

Barack Obama is antithetical to almost all the things I believe in, so yes, I would be hard pressed to find a Republican candidate who I wouldn't support over him. (Actually, last year I wrote about why to vote Democrat.)

Anonymous said...

Wordkyle, how many black babies have you adopted.........now that would be pro life.

I can't believe you would let this one issue (affecting so few) help determine your vote affecting so many.

Pro family? I guess that is a form of homophobia, but then again I don't know of any national office that affects families.....less than 50% of couples heading households are not married, so who has destroyed the "concept of marriage?"

Now, regarding financies I don't know how you choose between the parties.......both protect,defend, the rich.

Regarding national security, only an idiot thinks one party is better than another here. Both know the consequences.

The only rationale for your belief system is greed.......I have mine, I intend to keep it by any means possible, to hell with anyone else.

wordkyle said...

750 - You've just illustrated the textbook example of the now-typical Democrat. Implied racism, homophobia and greed -- the only cliche you missed was nazi. Way to think for yourself.

Anonymous said...

Oh, that's funny Wordy. "Think for yourself"?........You of all people who research everything before you make a comment (go here, go there for proof)......

So who doesn't think for himself?

Look in the mirror.

wordkyle said...

1027 - If someone else researching a topic offends you, the question becomes this: How and where do you get your information? I can truly see why you vote Democrat. The "textbook example" I mentioned above becomes even more clear.

Anonymous said...

Wordy - wrong again, buddy. Yep, I'm a Dem, but I have voted Republican many times.

Textbook example? Try again. Try researching that.

wordkyle said...

Well, Mr. Anon, your protest has been duly noted and given the consideration it deserves. I'm sure everyone rests easier after reading your claim. So if you hate research, on what do you base your vote?

Anonymous said...

Wrong again Wordy. I'm a senior citizen female. I base my vote on common sense. Through the years, I've learned to trust it.

Women's intuition, gut feeling, whatever you want to call it. - and CSPAN helps.

I consider myself politically balanced. Now if I can get my body to do the same thing.

:-)

wordkyle said...

421 - "Common sense" -- based on what? Oh, intuition and gut feelings. Right. People vote one way or another for all kinds of reasons. I guess in your case "good vibes" trump actual knowledge or information. Sounds like a Democrat to me.

Anonymous said...

Yes, I am a Democrat and sometimes not proud of it Wordkyle, but I do NOT worship the party. That is YOUR call. And that kind of loyalty is absoutely NOT thinking for oneself. It is blindly following an ideology.

I find that sad.

Try voting Democratic sometime in one of your Lubbock city/county elections. It might surprise you that some of these folks can and do good jobs.

A closed mind is a dangerous thing.

wordkyle said...

510 - Show me a Democrat whose philosophy doesn't destroy self initiative, self worth or and doesn't force dependence on the government, and maybe he'll get my support. (After proving it with actions first. Even the uber-Liberal Obama had to campaign as a Conservative to win the election, so their words are worthless.)