Rick Perry

Super Committee: Super Failure

Did anyone with commonsense really think that a rigged congressional "Super Committee"   --  formed because of the failure of the United States Congress to come up with one or two or three or four trillion dollars worth of needed cuts to the federal debt  --   would ever accomplish their goal?

Actually, the "Super Committee's" assigned task was to come up with at least $1.2 trillion worth of cuts over the next decade or there would be automatic cuts across the federal government including half coming the defense budget.  Of course, the Democrats protected Medicare and Medicaid from any cuts or reform except maybe a couple billion dollars of administrative savings or whatever.

The "Super Committee" was doomed to failure because the Democrats stacked their half of the 12-member committee with left-wing idealogues.  The Republicans put on the committee a few Republicans who in the past have shown willingness to compromise, although there were a couple very conservative members selected by the Republican leadership.

Everyone will recall all the doomsday scenarios put out by Barack Obama and his party and their friends in the news media about the pending debt ceiling crisis early this year; then the crisis was put off for a couple more months, then the crisis was put off until last summer when the debt ceiling   --  absolutely for sure this time no question about it this time  --  had to be raised or the country would go bankrupt.

Fox News' left-winger Bob Beckel's life saved by Rick Perry supporter

A Ronald Reagan/Tip O'Neill moment occurred in a restaurant on the island of Manhattan yesterday.  The elderly among us will remember the intense rivalry and feuds which occurred during the day between President Ronald Reagan and the Democrat Speaker of the House from Massachusetts Tip O'Neill.  But at night, these two antagonists would famously swap jokes over a mug of beer.
 
Today's poisonous partisan political atmosphere  --  accelerated by Barack Obama's hyper-partisanship  --  is far from the comity established between the conservative genial Ronald Reagan and left-wing genial Tip O'Neill.  Obama has relentlessly attacked the Republican House Majority Leader Eric Cantor for his conservative ideas.  Now in recent days, Obama has decided to double-down on his attacks against Republicans.
 

Jimmy Carter Said WHAT About Perry's Public Prayer? Video

It is disturbing, to see a grown man who boasted about teaching Sunday School while holding the highest office in the world, sit in front of a camera and with a straight face, knowingly lie. That is exactly what former President Jimmy Carter did while being interviewed by Rachel Maddow on MSNBC.

It all started because Texas Governor-Presidential Candidate Rick Perry called for a national day of humiliation, prayer and fasting for our country, inciting a gasp of outrage from a small but vocal minority in this country. Never has there been a greater need for God’s guidance and protection over America than today.

And to see a current presidential candidate invoking, by collective prayer, the presence of God in America, brought a sigh of relief and encouragment to the largest portion of the population of The United States.

The moment the call for public prayer in Texas was announced, the battle was on between those who rejoiced that a man in public office was sincerely seeking God’s guidance, and those in the minority who are determined to abolish prayer.

Pittsburgh’s Helen Trautman sent clips from the Pittsburgh Post Gazette and the New York Times that bashed Gov. Perry for the prayer rally in Houston that was attended by 30,000 people from all over America.

The Gazette (8/9/11) headlined their scribble: “Perry’s Rally; A Presumptive Candidate Mixes Politics and Prayer.” No byline was given. Their Marxist inspired complaint was, “What about those who do NOT believe in God?”

Mr. Perry

I recently read an article congratulating Rick Perry over a clever political move, allowing illegal immigrants to receive free instate tuition. In this diverse country the republicans must pander to every political base, the big tent theory. That idea is incomprehensible and unattainable, the thought that you would have to compromise your beliefs to accommodate your political rise is wrong. If you subscribe to the “Big Tent” theory Mr. Perry, what theory won't you subscribe to in order to garnish votes?

I can't receive free instate tuition to school, my children can't and we didn't even compromise this nations sovereignty. I agree with Perry on many issues, but this issue is more than enough to annul my previous support. Our founders did not pander to every extremist flock of voters, they gave us a Republic despite strong support for a democracy. Also if you believe all Hispanics are criminals or sympathize with criminals you are a fool.

Rick Perry Prayer Flap Brings Jerry Newcombe to the Keyboard

My recent 5 part series of Obama goose-stepping America to Marxism emphasized the heavy handed attack on the church, Christianity and God Himself which the Communists know is the source of strength to a free people and must be stopped.

This Christian strength is precisely why America is the ONE country standing in the way of an all-encompassing One World Order. As long as there is a strong church presence, Communism cannot succeed.

Governor Rick Perry of Texas recently took a public stand in asking God to put His Hand on our country and to guide us. The Socialists immediately hopped into action to oppose prayer by a governor, including an 'emergent church' liberal pastor and another who identifies as a 'Christian.' These are the Marxist's most valuable recruits.

Radio host and commentator Jerry Newcombe stopped by the keyboard this morning with his insights
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Governor Rick Perry leads effort in support of states rights

The Tenth Amendment to the United States Constitution is pretty clear.  It says that:  The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.

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