6.06.2011

"All in all it's just another [crack] in The Wall"



Gov. Perry, in his official capacity as governor, has invited other governors to a Christian religious event which is he is co-hosting and where on the event's web site he writes, "As a nation, we must come together and call upon Jesus to guide us through unprecedented struggles, and thank Him for the blessings of freedom we so richly enjoy."

Links here.

Does the action "endorse" a particular religion (which the Supreme Court condemns)? The only way to honestly answer that question is to not factor in his particular religious preference. Would you feel the same if it were a Muslim governor inviting other governors to an Islamic event in order to call upon Allah? What about Buddhist? Jewish? Jehovah's Witness?  


27 comments:

Anonymous said...

Rep. Anthony Weiner has gone on TV today to say: I am a liar and a perv so deal with it.

Anonymous said...

The Ayatollah Khomeini would suggest the same action.

Jarhead said...

The more the lefties hate Rick Perry, the more I like him.

He must be doing something right to whip up all the libski hate.

"The enemy of my enemy is my friend."

Anonymous said...

As a liberal weenie, I would only have a problem with it if he were a Mormon.

Anonymous said...

The fact that he buys into any religion to the point he feels it directs his decision making is all I need to know.

I suggest we lock him in a bathroom stall with Larry Craig, Anthony Weiner, Sarah Palin, Bill Clinton, Ahnold Swartzneggggggerrrr, Andy Dick, Glenn Beck, and that guy from stupid Geico commercials with the "does the buck stop here" nonsense, and put a time lapse camera on them for a couple of months just to see what happens.

Anonymous said...

AMEN Governor Perry ...Thats the only hope our country has !!

Tater Salad said...

The holy water boils when that sumbitch right there walks thru the church...

Gary Demmitt said...

If you were in a Muslim nation you would expect them to call upon Allah. Since we take pride in our Christian heritage maybe we ought to demonstrate their same faithfulness except instead to the true God.That makes sense to me and i believe most Americans would agree. Maybe the silent majority should no longer remain silent

Anonymous said...

Might want to check that constitution again there. I believe it bans the federal government from endorsing a religion. Last I heard Rick Perry was governor of the state of Texas.

Anonymous said...

Oh no!..this will bring out every radical preacher and fanatical religious zealot ever and they will totally buy into this man's idiocy. He is OUT FOR HIMSELF.....

He makes me puke!

Ricardo Perry said...

Daddy sure like to put on a good show.

from
Rick Perry's illegitimate wetback son

Anonymous said...

I think its funny that prayer is not allowed at high school graduations, but the governor can call for a prayer meeting with other governors.

America, what a great country!

And on another note...Anybody have twit picks of Rick "the Hair" Perry they want to share?

Double Fake Rep. Anthony Weiner

Anonymous said...

Why do we have to wait until August to start praying? Can't we go into our closet and start praying this afternoon?

That should be easy for Rick--he's been in the closet for years.

Anonymous said...

If God wanted our economy to be better, what's stopping God from making that so? Surely at least one person in this country has already asked for as much in a prayer? The answer is "NO".

Upstairs said...

I predict his presidential announcement will be coming shortly thereafter.

Anonymous said...

Finally, Rick Perry does something right!

Arthur said...

The voices (Macquarie Group and Goldman Sachs) in Goodhair's head told him to do it. Every time I see an image of either POTUS or Governor Perry I involuntarily check to see if my wallet is still in my back pocket. Recall the Trans-Texas Corridor, anyone?

Anonymous said...

"Have you no sense of dencency, Sir?"

DF Joseph N. Welch

Anonymous said...

Result of the prayer rally--God will tell Rick to run for president.

Anonymous said...

When GOPPERS play the "American God" card, they get a lot of backing from the flock soon to be fleeced, but the fleecees don't care. They like it.

RPM said...

Rick Perry / Robert Tilton - separated at birth?

Anonymous said...

Rick Perry does something right. Rightwing appeal. For his personal gain. No doubt.

nate555 said...

Well, being 'God Free' hasn't gotten our nation anywhere recently... give it a try.

Anonymous said...

We don't need Prayer we need Chuck Norris.

Anonymous said...

I am an American and proud of it!!! I believe in Jesus Christ and proud of it!!! And I believe this country is failing because it has turned its back on God and says we don't need God!!! Well your wrong we do. And thank God for men like Gov. Perry who will stand up and admit we do!!

Anonymous said...

But Chuck Norris is God...isn't he?

Anonymous said...

What I would give to be Chuck Norris for just one day. I remember when he was just a lump of clay...

Double Fake the Creator