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pecosdog
this sht writes itself
11:36 AM on 12/08/2011
If you look at Perry's recent wacky speeches in New Hampshire, it is apparent that this guy is a little "light in the loafers" himself.
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MuscleJockTX
Never trust a cowboy who's ascared 'o horsies...
12:06 PM on 12/08/2011
He hates the gay agenda every time he looks in the mirror.
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snide7242ca
Progressive Liberal and Senior Citizen
07:36 PM on 12/09/2011
pecosdog

thou doth protest too much????
11:36 AM on 12/08/2011
Newt and Mitt having a tussle, and Perry is in Nevereverland. The Republicans sure need Trump to sort them out. Who else is going to tell them how to vote?
11:35 AM on 12/08/2011
A "personal" not a "political" position - in a campaign ad?

Orwellian double-speak is alive and well in the GOP.
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waldopepper
I'd tell you all about me if you were my friend.
11:33 AM on 12/08/2011
Of course all right thinking people will think this ad folly, but nothing, least of all a simple ad, will get this man the GOP nomination. The point is moot.
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pmoschetta
Where are the Jobs, Speaker Boehner?
11:57 AM on 12/08/2011
Perry questions why Merry Christmas is no longer spoken or prayers in school needn't look any further than SCOTUS
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Trube
Your television is a monster.
11:33 AM on 12/08/2011
Advocating a theorcacy .. an interesting approach.
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11:58 AM on 12/08/2011
Orcas got nuthin' to do with it.
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Trube
Your television is a monster.
01:59 PM on 12/08/2011
Ha! Excellent point!
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snide7242ca
Progressive Liberal and Senior Citizen
07:34 PM on 12/09/2011
Trube

He's an impostor. He is just trying to fit in with the right right wing.
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Harpseal60
I'm not bossy...I just have better ideas than you!
11:33 AM on 12/08/2011
"Nuts"...that is only the beginning.
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tonyg6996
Skeptically squinting... for America
11:32 AM on 12/08/2011
Not one thing in this ad makes a lick of sense, it looks like he just watched fox news for an hour and wrote down what he heard.
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giant robot9
consultant, innovator, promoter,
11:32 AM on 12/08/2011
the tales of miracles, with which the Old and New Testament are filled, are fit only for impostors to preach and fools to believe."

- Thomas Paine, founding father and American revolution­­ary,

"Religious bondage shackles and debilitates the mind and unfits it for every noble enterprise."

- James Madison

"Ecclesiastical establishments tend to great ignorance and corruption, all of which facilitate the execution of mischievous projects."

- James Madison

"The purpose of separation of church and state is to keep forever from these shores the ceaseless strife that has soaked the soil of Europe in blood for centuries."

- James Madison
11:59 AM on 12/08/2011
There is Bartlett when needed.
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12:02 PM on 12/08/2011
Along with Thomas Paine and James Madison, I'd bet our most important Founding Fathers didn't have much to do with religion.

"...Faith built this country..."?

More fundamentalist fantasy.

This country had SO much incredible abundance, how could they go wrong? Throw in genocide and slavery, and how could they lose?

Get rid of the blinders, Rick.