Keep Republicans In The Role Of The Opposition Party In 2012

It’s what they’re best at. Executive leadership would only hasten America’s drain circling.

The GOP is dead. A corporation of fraudulent hucksters and sycophants. Case in point:

Offering an impassioned defense of [the in-state tuition breaks for illegal immigrants] policy — and receiving boos from a segment of the audience — Mr. Perry did not back down, saying, “If you say that we should not educate children that have come into our state for no other reason than they’ve been brought here by no fault of their own, I don’t think you have a heart,” he said. “We need to be educating these children, because they will become a drag on our society.”

Perry asked Santorum if he had ever been to the border with Mexico.

“I’m surprised if you had,” Perry said as Santorum replied “yes.”

“But you weren’t paying attention, because the idea that you are going to build a wall, a fence for 1,200 mile and then go 800 miles more to Tijuana does not make sense,” he said. “You put the boots on the ground. We know how to make it work.”

Not backing down is not a virtue if it is used as a substitute for critical thinking. Neither are phonyfuck appeals to maudlin sentiment. Rick Perry wallows in both and expects the enervated Republican crowd to lap it up like so much runny shit.

1. The children of illegal immigrants have been brought here through the fault of their parents. If the children suffer as a result of punishment meted to their lawbreaking parents, then those parents will think twice before putting their children in dire circumstances.

2. The children of illegal immigrants would not be a drag on our society if we sent them back home. Bonus: Costs a lot less than educating them here!

3. “You don’t have a heart” is the worst kind of manipulative pap. It’s the kind of thing a person falls back on when their argument is intellectually void.

4. “Have you been to place X?” is the logical fallacy of appeal to geographical proximity. I can learn a lot about Tibet without having to actually go there. It’s called books. Maybe 2.2 GPA Perry should acquaint himself with them.

5. How is Perry so certain a wall won’t work? Fact: A wall, any wall, will work better than no wall at all.

6. “Boots on the ground.” It is to laugh. So, buddy, where are those boots on the ground? You planning to put soldiers on the border beat to prevent Mexicans from getting their free Texas college tuition? You’re all hat and no cattle.

Rick Perry. 100% dumbass. Keep this clown out of the White House. The time for hard clarity in our national politics is past due. Choices must be made stark so the average voter knows who’s really on his side. And he’ll soon find out that just about no one in our elite is. He must learn this object lesson before the reckoning can commence.





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  1. Hey, you’re totally right, guys–evil racist fascist bigot Republicans are the only ones who channel racial politics in a rotten and self-serving way. You’re suggesting the Left does too? That’s exactly what an evil racist fascist bigot Republican like you would say! http://thinkprogress.org/politics/2011/09/22/325910/joe-walsh-media-protecting-obama-black/

    For whom did Rick Perry’s Texas Miracle Economy create jobs? http://isteve.blogspot.com/2011/09/rick-perrys-texas-miracle-americans.html

    Don’t make it too obvious, Rick . . . http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/perry-i-dont-think-you-have-heart-if-you-oppose-state-tuition-children-illegal-immigrants_594080.html

    White-hating liberals react to the death of a cop-killer. http://www.cbsnews.com/i/tim/2011/09/22/troy_davis_mourners_AP110921079775_620x350.JPG

    “If we ask someone to explain how humans are equal, and if they’re able to explain it at all, we get mantras, stock phrases, hearsay, and circular reasoning, but no real explanation.” http://www.counter-currents.com/2011/09/masters-of-the-universe/print/

    They always get paid one way or another, don’t they? http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2011/09/23/president-obama-secretly-approved-transfer-of-bunker-buster-bombs-to-israel.print.html

    Was it stupid? Yeah. Did it come out of a President’s mouth? Sure did. Will you hear it brought up for years by your knowing liberal friends and the hypocrite media echo machine? Nope. http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/washington/2011/09/obama-gaffe-jobs-act-speech-brent-spence-bridge-ohio.html

    Wait–this guy wants factually-informed answers to questions like, “Why were Jews hated?” He’s definitely a twisted and toxic hater, no question. http://www.theatlantic.com/national/archive/2011/09/john-mearsheimer-endorses-a-hitler-apologist-and-holocaust-revisionist/245518/

    What makes it a “hate group”? The fact that we say it’s a hate group, that’s what! Blah, blah, some scary-sounding phrases about “eugenics.” http://thinkprogress.org/media/2011/09/23/326917/tanton-white-power-lee-doren/

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    • Brand new to this site. I like the advice on women but I’m surprised to see this pussy type approach to politics.

      Did the republicans hurt your feewings????

      There’s a reason more women then men vote for dems. It’s a party based on emotion not logic and reason.

      The alpha males are thinking for themselves; not being led around by their noses by Nancy Pelosi, the teachers unions and all the other pussies that dominate the democrat party.

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      • Thinking for themselves, but acting within restraints placed upon them by Nancy Pelosi, teachers unions and all the other democrat “pussies” with the nerve to engineer us out of existence. Perry, who depends on his Mexican constituency, has his balls across the aisle here, and is therefore a traitor. Like the rest of them.

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  2. Perry is a caricature of George W. Bush. Unfortunately in an age of TV, looks and soundbites which appeal to older people- only caricatures can get elected in party primaries. The saner and younger don’t care because they know the system is broken beyond repair.

    http://dissention.wordpress.com/2011/08/22/rick-perry-is-the-caricature-of-george-w-bush/

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  3. Ron Paul, then?

    Because the other side isn’t any better. I’d say they’re worse.

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  4. Who the fuck is Rick Perry?

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  5. This is why I don’t bother listening to what candidates say. Watch what they do instead. Hey, just like females.

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  6. Rick Perry? Fuck NO.

    If he pandered to illegal Mexicans in Texas and let his own home state get butt-fucked by Pedro and his 13 bambinos and 40 relatives

    Rick Perry will SELL OUT ALL America to these vile illegals.

    The debate made Cain, Gingrich and Bachmann look good – and that “2 dogs, one shovel-ready job” NM guv.

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  7. You sound like a whiny wimp, a powerless beta lamenting fruitlessly from life’s sideline. Don’t pollute your brilliant blog with artless graffiti. Life is too awesome and short to vex yourself with politics. When not in office, discuss not policy.

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  8. Ron Paul thinks a border fence with Mexico is a bad idea, because it would “allow the Government to control Americans” and prevent them from fleeing to Mexico. No, really. He thinks illegal immigration is fine and dandy.

    Perry doubling down on illegal immigration has really hurt him. Luntz’s focus group turned against him on that, and he’s sliding downwards. Mitt Romney may be RINO-tastic, but the last two campaigns he’s come out against illegal immigration which is more than a lot of Republican Candidates. Perry would have been formidable in 2000, not now. People liked his “fight against Obama” manner but don’t like illegals or living in Northern Mexico.

    And no, Obama is ten times worse than Romney. Obama has issued an executive order banning deportations. Basically just let em go. Its Amnesty in everything but name.

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  9. As much as I hate our Dunce in Chief, I believe America is better off with a Democrat President and a Republican House/Senate. So hopefully Obama gets 4 more years, and the Republicans capture the Senate next year.

    Actually, I’d really prefer a Pinochet or Franco-style fascist government over what we have. But until that happens, divided government is best.

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  10. heartiste, do you consider your interests in alignment more w/ the common voter than w/ the elite? If so, why? neither seem really representative of a striving upper middle class

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  11. Ron Paul

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  12. I’d really prefer a Pinochet or Franco-style fascist government over what we have

    Agreed

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  13. Perry may be a religious retard, but he’s going to win. Obama’s fucked himself in the ass by letting the teabaggers walk all over him on healthcare and the deficit, Romney’s a mormon and keeps losing out on the GOP debates, and none of the other GOP hopefuls can really be taken seriously. Perry not only doesn’t have much competition, but he looks presidential by being tall and having nice hair, which ultimately has more pull with the proles than anything else.

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  14. wake up white man.

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  15. Ron Paul could beat B.O. in a general election, but cant win the primary. I’m thinking it will be Romney versus Obama, with Obama taking the woman, black, hispanic, freerider, & govt worker vote, with Romney getting the rest. Unfortunately, the rest are not enough anymore.

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  16. wake up white man.

    This is almost a meme, by now.

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  17. “I’d really prefer a Pinochet or Franco-style fascist government over what we have”

    Lukashenko in Belarus has been able to do this kind of nationalist capitalism so far with success, much to the displeasure of the butthex matrix, aka the international community.

    Perry is a smart Dubya, a photogenic McCain. His presidency would be the carbon monoxide that lull Americans back to sleep and snuff out what’s left of this country.

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    • How sustainable is Belarus? Perhaps it works temporarily under Lukashenko as pro-nationalist thought continue to hold citizens in tune with the collectivist ideal, but what about when that era of good feeling ends?

      Nationalism is cool when everyone in the nation wants to be nationalist. It turns ugly when people begin switching from that. Soviet Union began the same way. It seemed to work well for a little bit, then the shit hit the fan.

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      • “How sustainable is Belarus?”

        As sustainable as the butthex matrix desires it to be. At the moment it’s resources are diverted elsewhere, and Belarus is comparatively small fish to fry. They’d try to tackle Venezuela, even by proxy with Colombia, before committing to sanctions on a European nation neighboring Russia, with exactly the same culture and tenuous but basic ties.

        “Nationalism is cool when everyone in the nation wants to be nationalist. It turns ugly when people begin switching from that.”

        It turns ugly because teenagers and 20-somethings take up stupid anti-national fads from America and Germany. Do you really think they’re out protesting more for some just cause than for the chance to smoke some dope in public and throw rocks at police? Often, and in Belarus always, that “just cause” — free press — hinges on the right of international organs like Radio Free Europe being allowed to basically SPREAD DISCONTENT by promoting the myth of free press in the West. You think America press is free? Two white university students are randomly murdered by black thugs, execution style, last Sunday in Tulsa, yet what makes the news is some worthless diversion-piece about a “white supremacist”.

        http://nicholasstixuncensored.blogspot.com/2011/09/videos-on-tulsa-hate-crime-murder-of.html

        There’s the “free press” these deluded white youths agitate for at the behest of foreign media pushing for another faggot pastel-color revolution.

        “Soviet Union began the same way.”

        The Soviet UNION was an imperialist enterprise in which NONE of the contracted parties was pleased to be included. False identity, and one I don’t really understand.

        BOTTOM LINE: Belarus ALONE has it right. Lukashenko knows exactly what he is doing and has a solid base of non-deracinated, that is to say fully rooted, citizens purely of his own race and culture outside of Minsk and within. He controls the security apparatus and he controls traditional media. No doubt internet is faaaaast at work “bringing democracy” to this backward, tyrannical, pre-multicultural fascist state!!!!!

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      • but if Belarus is fully nationalist what would it matter if the U.S. put sanctions on it? they have whatever resources they need to sustain their nation and their economy. unless, of course, they have to look internationally for their sustenance in which case capital would want to flow across borders in which case ideas, cultures, other ethnicies would have to enter the black box.

        and it doesn’t really matter what young individuals within that country want to rebel against. that is purely their choice. if they want to read books or magazines or websites from outside their borders then should they be withheld in order to adhere to some nationalistic ideal? you’d say yes because you value this thing called nationalism whereas i’d say no because i value human action more.

        as for the media “eracing” new stories, i’ve covered the topic in depth. i’ve corresponded with Nicholas Stix in the past on one particular incident – so i’m fully in tune with the travesty of the media’s refusal to address those issues. *but*, there is quite a bit of difference between the media being state-owned and refusing to address incidents perpetuated by the state on its citizens versus incidents where certain citizens harm other citizens. my blood boils when i hear of black attacking whites without the media properly presenting the story, but that is not a state-issued decree and is therefore less systematic and dangerous. for whatever it is worth, at least we have an open and free internet on which to communicate and bring awareness to these incidents. i’d assume that Belarus’ communication lines are restricted in this regard.

        the main problem with Lukashenko and other authoritarians is that they are only temporary. maybe Lukahenko will be great for Belarus, but what if the guy who takes over after Lukashenko (or deposes him) is not quite so good. at the very least we can say that the U.S. and the West have systematically baked-in stability. with authoritarians it is a crap shoot – maybe you’ll get a Hitler and have a large % of your population destroyed. how does the culture and the identity fare after that?

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      • and it doesn’t really matter what young individuals within that country want to rebel against. that is purely their choice.

        It is a choice imposed by meddlesome one-world European media, though, with the sole purpose of bringing Belarus into the disastrous multicultic fold. Liberal democracies cannot tolerate the existence of authoritarian states, which translates to any state not run by banker plutocracy and judenpresse. Every minute of the average political commentator’s day is burnt up on the altar of convincing someone, in this country or the target country, that some other country is evil, totalitarian, and probably anti-Semitic — Belarus, Iran, Venezuela, North Korea, Afghanistan (pre-invasion), Russia. This is the entire substance of their existence. So when they broadcast their shit to young Belarussians, they are offering a “choice” which is wholly artificial and unnecessary to the functioning of the state called “Belarus” and the people living there.

        Then they all text each other to show up at Whateverski Square at x o’clock and bring smoke bombs, masks and signs, etc. Then the police come out with tanks and smoke grenades and batons. Then photos are taken, put on the internet, and Radio Free Europe or Democracy Now! or some other worthless kosher project spotlights “Oppression in Belarus”.

        This is constant, low-level, psychological warfare that has very minor actual effect (some longhairs stage a demo) but is then interpreted by Western media and *fed back* to the world as a big “humanitarian tragedy” or “violation of human rights”, which is of course the new European religion.

        It’s their fault to begin with for tempting the impressionable young of Belarus to revolt for no good reason. They offer the crack, the kids get a taste and go wild, then when daddy spanks them, the dealer is offended and cries to the world about “oppression, oppression”. Same sideshow across the board.

        you’d say yes because you value this thing called nationalism whereas i’d say no because i value human action more.

        I don’t value any thing called “nationalism”. I value the continued stability of a relatively rooted and healthy folk. What you seem to dislike is the arbitrary limitation of human activity. But extreme permissiveness culminates in its own form of limitation. Regardless of any semantic subtleties, the homogeneity and order obtaining in Belarus is more valuable to me than the license afforded we subjects of Greater Judaea.

        As a friend of mine said: “Freedom or cohesion — your choice.”

        as for the media “eracing” new stories,

        Woh, good one. Sorry to sound presumptuous, my fault.

        i’d assume that Belarus’ communication lines are restricted in this regard.

        I would hope so, but it’s doubtful. I’m sure a bit of research could ascertain their controls on internet. Nothing like China’s, I know that. Hence the existence of protests. Might also check the difficulty of obtaining work or study visas for Belarussian nationals, who may go abroad, become infected, and carry the virus back home. Happens all the time with Slavs working in the US or Western Europe. There’s a recent thread at Roosh, sthg like “Western Culture Poisons Women”, in which a few guys relate experiences of Slavic girls who had been abroad vs. those who hadn’t.

        the main problem with Lukashenko and other authoritarians is that they are only temporary. maybe Lukahenko will be great for Belarus, but what if the guy who takes over after Lukashenko (or deposes him) is not quite so good.

        Belarus is small cohntry. Hev no territorial ambition. As long as successorr to Lukashenko not crazy, and not let Kosher Klub into media and politics, everything vill be ok.

        I mean … what else? The main problem is that he’s mortal? Come on. Even I could come up with something weightier, and I love the guy. He’s “won” two or three elections anyway, so he’ll be around a while yet.

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      • You literally have no idea about how the western media works nor about politics.

        The “private” ownership of western media and the government are one and the same, for reasons that are obvious if you think about it for a minute. See if you can come up with it, and get back to me with the answer. Hint: the answer is in two parts.

        Also, you are clueless as far as political theory is concerned. You dont understand nationalism (and why the “next guy” won’t be a bad guy if he is also nationalist), internationalism, the government of the United States and how it is both elected and run, or what “authoritarianism” is (imprecise term) in the context of your discussion. In short, your comment is a logical and semantic mess.

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    • Belarus just had a huge currency devaluation, something like 46%. You think that’s a better government than what we have?

      Imagine losing half of your net worth.

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      • But existing in a racial and cultural milieu which exactly mirrors what you and your family are. You think that’s a worse culture than what we have?

        Imagine losing your culture to some Jew’s idealistic program for a well-tikkun’d olam.

        Oops, already there.

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  18. That’s cute. You still think anything other than making as much money as possible however you have to and renting or renting-to-own politicians is how the American political system works.

    Whether the turd circles to the left or right, it’s still getting flushed down the toilet. Just keeping your ass clean and dry is all that matters. Or my ass anyways. The analogy is breaking apart, like the turd in the bowl.

    Do whatever you want. I’m getting mine regardless.

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  19. That’s your beef with Perry, of all things? Oh come on…

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    • What wisdom you offer here, because a candidate’s position on who a nation lets in by the millions — who are largely hostile to the nation’s ethnic core, who are coming in at a time of record-high unemployment — couldn’t be important.

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  20. Paladin

    That’s your beef with Perry, of all things? Oh come on…

    I know! Republicans are all fascist Nazi bigot racists whose favorite hobby is beating immigrants with bags filled with other immigrants. Why would anyone look at the actual record and facts and criticize them on that basis? You’re supposed to attack Republicans (and Christianity and the West and white people and everything) from the Left, not the Right. ( George Bush was an open borders toolbag )

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  21. Maybe it’s a good time to start looking at alternatives?

    http://american3p.org/

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  22. America is so far beyond salvage that I really don’t care anymore. Perry is nothing but a globalist psuedo-conservative who looks good on tv and will say whatever it takes to get elected. I get amused when I see these teabaggers lining up behind him while spouting their hatred for “career politicians.” What do they think Perry is? At least Romney has some private sector experience and stood up to the illegal alien lobby when he was governor. More than any of the other candidates have done.

    I agree that a border fence is stupid though. What a waste of money. How long is our Mexican border? 3000 miles? How hard would it be to take 9,000 troops, give them assault rifles and a pair of binoculars, and space them out with 1/3 of a mile between them? You think anyone’s getting through that? The border’s not secure because our politicians don’t want it to be.

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  23. 1. The children of illegal immigrants have been brought here through the fault of their parents. If the children suffer as a result of punishment meted to their lawbreaking parents, then those parents will think twice before putting their children in dire circumstances.

    2. The children of illegal immigrants would not be a drag on our society if we sent them back home. Bonus: Costs a lot less than educating them here!

    3. “You don’t have a heart” is the worst kind of manipulative pap. It’s the kind of thing a person falls back on when their argument is intellectually void…..

    How about this: end government education. No public schools, no state or tax financed colleges.

    You HBDers and racialists are all the same. You focus on race reveals that you are total wimps that wont argue for the repeal of the welfare state. Why not? Because you won’t challenge the morality of wealth redistribution.

    ch, you are every bit as big a bleeding heart wimp like Perry.

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    • Having historical hostile major minority group and increasing there numbers in a multi-ethnic country with shrinking indigenous ethnic core is an existential threat down the line. Welfare state is a matter of policy that can be changed down the line.

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  24. 1. The children of illegal immigrants have been brought here through the fault of their parents. If the children suffer as a result of punishment meted to their lawbreaking parents, then those parents will think twice before putting their children in dire circumstances.

    2. The children of illegal immigrants would not be a drag on our society if we sent them back home. Bonus: Costs a lot less than educating them here!

    Problem here is that you totally obliterate the 14th Amendment.

    Care to offer a substitute?

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    • yeah amend the 14th amendment, leave out children of illegals from the 14th amendment.

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    • Ok, here’s your substitute:

      When the illegals are caught, they’re sent back with their non-US born progeny.

      In the case the illegals have bred US-born progeny, the parents are given a choice: take your offspring home with your or release them into the custody of the US government to be put up for adoption.

      Presto! No violations of the 14th Amendment.

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  25. America would be better off with literally anybody as President than the current incumbent.

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  26. Rick Perry may or may not win this election, he is certainly a flawed human being, but he deserves IMHO an honest assessment.
    A 2.2 grade pt, average does not sound very good to modern ears but in the days before grade inflation – at that time and place – that was a mid level performance. Indeed, Tx A&M Univ. has never accepted the concept of grade inflation and even today the average grades given out are in the C plus, B minus range. Maybe that is because the school is full of dummies, Or maybe not.
    R. Perry was elected and served as a “Yell Leader” while at Tx A&M. This should not be confused with Cheer-Leader. In that peculiar context becoming a yell leader was a proxy and a substitute for every other variety of success and dominance in the realm of campus politics. There were only a handful every year. Gaining that rank was the equivalent of being elected President of every student council thing plus editor of the yearbook/law review all rolled into one. It was the only elected hierarchy at that school and attaining it was a display of non-trivial skill in politics. In that world, it was a vastly more valuable item to have had on ones resume than any grade pt average at all (if one planned no grad school, etc).
    Not too bad a for a kid from a High School with like 12 kids in a class. (Paint Creek, Tx. is a creek, not a town.)
    Perry is not always articulate, but that is not the same as always being wrong.
    I have first hand knowledge of the south Texas border region. That area is wild and desolate and harsh on a level that New Englanders cannot easily grasp. A fence that closely followed the border – which is a twisty river – would need to be about as long as the distance from Houston to L.A .or from Maine to South Florida. A competent fence is never going to be built and maintained there. That is the hard MFing truth of the matter. Perry knows this even if others do not.
    This is going long, so I will close with this insight: The oil industry currently injects about 350 billion USDs a year into the Texas economy and that number is about to sky-rocket up-wards. Hydralic fracturing technology was not developed by any of the major international Oil Companies but by smallish, wholly Texas-owned Independents. Texas owns fracting. I think Perry is in this to win; he is a deadly serious candidate for whom there is little he will not try and absolutely nothing he cannot afford.
    Check out his President Zero video.

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    • I agree with you that Rick Perry has done well for himself. That doesn’t mean that he will do well for the country.

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    • Basically nobody’s doubting that Perry is an alpha male or lacks “killer instinct” or political savvy. Rather, the chorus, me included, doubts whether Perry is good for white people.

      Your valid point, and Perry’s, about the impossibility of a San Diego-to-The Gulf border wall is hardly a decisive endorsement of Perry from the perspective of the soft- to hard- WNs or HBD-believers who populate this corner of the blogosphere. I disagree with Heartiste — militarizing the border, with US troops we should pull out the miserable sandbox of Iraq and the miserable rockpile of Afghanistan — is what we should do.

      Your promotion of Perry is too similar to what the GOP succumbed vis a vis Bush: he’s manly, he’s smarter than he sounds, he’s a winner. Yeah, Bush was all of those things and he screwed over America and white people in extremis.

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  27. Chris Christie comin’ up

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  28. People who live in Texas do not see R. Perry as being anything remotely like G. Bush 2. They were never really allies and have few if any friends in common.
    They sound somewhat alike but that is just because Bush long ago taught himself to sound like guys from Paint Creek.
    Bush truly was born on third base with a silver spoon in his mouth. Deep down, Bush has lacked the killer instincts that Perry has always displayed in abundance.
    That is a very different thing, by the way, than mere opportunism.

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  29. give perry a break. he’s stuck unlike many other states with a huge illegal contingent coping as best he can with a lack of federal will to secure the border. let the qualified among them go to school at the in-state rate-not ‘free’-and they may contribute to the state instead of being a drain on it is the thinking here.

    this legislation-that illegals who’ve been in texas 3 years and graduated from a tx high school get the in-state rate-was passed easily by the tx legislature with few no votes, so apparently this was a bipartisan move and reflects a pragmatic attitude to a difficult problem. tx’s hands are tied since they can’t deport n their own.

    what i don’t get is his vote against the dream act, inconsistent with his stance on the tuition question. the illegal kids are in limbo and the benefits of their american education would redound to their land of birth if they are to be deported. what a waste after the investment was already made.

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  30. I commented before about your econ-opinions. I think its the one subject where you get it slightly wrong. Like I said before, being anti-immigrant based on economic reasons is exactly the same as being a Luddite. Mechanized looms “took jobs” from textile peeps back in the day, but benefited the country as a whole, and had the unseen effect of creating far more jobs in other areas.

    If you’re anti-immigrant for social reasons, I can see here you’re coming from, but from an economic point of view, cheap labor is very good. The thing is, with the fuckedup system we have now, you’re right about some of what you say. The answer, however, isn’t “no immigrants”… it’s “change the system”.

    Your points:
    1. True

    2. True… but a better solution would be abolishing public schools. Currently, public schools cost more per pupil than the most expensive private schools in the country.
    http://www.lewrockwell.com/rockwell/public-schools-abolished.html

    3. True

    4. True again

    5. If you take away the economic incentives, like entitlements and government free giveawayz… you essentially build an economic wall. Incentives and disincentives are the most effective way of doing things.

    6. True again.

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    • When you don’t even have enough jobs for your own citizens, it is insane to import more people. Cheap labor is not a “good thing”; it depresses wages across the board. Besides, any economic benefit provided by low-skill immigrants does not come close to paying for the strain they put on the system. How is a low-skill immigrant mowing lawns for $8/hr and who pays practically no taxes benefitting our economy when it takes $50,000 a year to educate his 9 kids and provide them with food stamps, daycare vouchers, section 8 housing, and free healthcare?

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      • Employers like illegal immigration because they gain the benefits of cheap labor, while transferring the costs to society at large. Adapting serious fines for hiring illegals, coupled with a bounty system where snitches get a percentage of the collected fines, would go a long way towards taking the profits out of hiring illegals.

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      • You must not have read the entire comment.

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      • Think about it like this:
        If jobs are the issue, and if cheap labor is a bad thing… then why don’t we get rid of mechanized looms, robots that build automobiles, assembly line mass production machines, etc? If we did that, businesses would need huge numbers of skilled/unskilled/anything workers. We would have more jobs than there are people… but PRODUCTIVITY would go down… and productivity is more important than jobs.

        Or, another way of thinking about it… why don’t we just go downtown and break all the windows in the city every week… that way window repairmen, street cleaners, broken glass haulers, etc would see a sudden jump in employment. Read some Bastiat… specifically “The Seen and the Unseen”.

        The “seen” factors in your thinking are the jobs and wages that are clearly obvious. The “unseen” factors are the jobs created when the businessmen and consumers spend the money they saved by paying lower wages to their employees (the businessmen) or by paying less for a certain product or service since the business could charge less for it because they are paying their employees less (the consumers). They could be spending those savings on new shoes, or an ipod, or a new phone, or anything… we don’t know, but they would never spend that money if they didn’t have it (aka if it were wasted on higher wages for someone whos job could be done for less money)

        The most important factor in economics is often the UNSEEN factor.

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    • WWI shut off the wide open European entry into America. While it existed American wages went nowhere — and caused the American union movement.

      Subsequently, blue collar labor’s wages exploded. What had been $.75 per day became $5.00 within only one generation — and no advanced education.

      FDR famously sent Mexicans back over the border — so that the Joads could have a chance to pick fruit.

      ANY Labor Leader could tell you that major employers sending agents to foreign lands to pull in massive numbers ( whole villages at a crack ) are anti-labor. It happened more than a century ago — and it’s happening now.

      The newbies are harvested like slaves — don’t kid yourself — you’d flinch if you saw the ‘living quarters’ provided by the new massa.

      And, of course, illegals are so easy to shake down — that it’s done all the time. It takes protection money — or Mama’s going to get it. Such extortion then triggers property crime — since theft is the only way the illegal can raise that kind of money.

      With only a minor fraction of the population, illegals swarm California’s prison.

      Over 4,000 murder warrants go unserved: the perps fled back home to Mexico.

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    • “The answer, however, isn’t “no immigrants”… it’s “change the system”.”

      You worship Mammon. Your loyalty is to money, not to folk. Our loyalty is more to folk. This is the basic division. As long as money’s flowing, people like you will be happy, though your own kind evaporate around you, throwing the rest of us who aren’t jigging around the golden calf into an existential limbo to which you have shut your eyes and which pales in comparison with what pampered non-white immigrants “experience” according to Anderson Suckpoop Cooper.

      We do not wish to become Mexico Norte because “cheap labor is good”. We choose existence for our kind against the further subsidization of the pedestaled other who is displacing us. ¿Entiendes, chico? esta bastante simple para vos?

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  31. Also, check out chapter 10 (10,11,12, and 13 are all about schools, but 10 is the most relevant) from this book:

    http://daviddfriedman.com/The_Machinery_of_Freedom_.pdf

    Actually, check out the whole book. It’s the best econ/politico/whatever you want to call it book I’ve ever read. I’d be interested in hearing a review from you about this one.

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  32. Coyotes are highly capable apex predators. Small pet dogs are among their favorite meals. The dog has no chance and a coyote will readily snatch them away from right beside their owners if the coyote really wants to press the matter
    When a coyote stands its ground at close range when you are running with a dog, it just means one thing: You need to be armed and a good shot or your dog is in a lot of trouble.
    In other words, folks who not know better who snicker about Perrys story and the coyote do not impress.
    Around here, the only thing controversial about Perrys story was his choice of calibers. A .380 is on the light side, even with a laser sight and hollow points.

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  33. The wrong black man is in office. I’d like to see Cain as president. Too bad he aint got a chance.

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  34. Look at the damage 4 years of Democrat rule brought. A deficit rise from 4 to 14 trillion and the truly insane healthcare scheme, plus yet another pointless war in the middle east.

    Do you really want more of this. Hell, Perry is the one electable pol brave enough to talk about the ponzi scheme that is social security. He’s all right.

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  35. Perry’s support for illegals is not surprising coming from a corporate sponsored “low wages” Texas Republican:

    STUDY: Most of Rick Perry’s “Job Growth” Went to Low Wage Immigrants While Citizen Employment Declined

    http://www.stuffedsuits.com/news/national-politics/859-study-perry-job-growth-went-to-immigrants

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  36. Robert Morrow’s Ongoing Investigation into Rick Perry’s Dirty Double Life

    http://www.stuffedsuits.com/news/national-politics/838-rbt-morrow-investigates-rick-perry-secret-life

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  37. “If you say that we should not educate children that have come into our state for no other reason than they’ve been brought here by no fault of their own, I don’t think you have a heart,”

    Wait, this jackoff calls himself a conservative? Not that it matters, since no matter who we “elect”, they’ll just keep our legs wide open for more of this raping. Otherwise they don’t get campaign funding. Ron Paul might actually try to stop it, which just means he’d have an unfortunate accident first.

    Funny, as I try to escape the USSA, I can’t seem to find any other countries who want to take me in and pay for my and my dependents’ education and healthcare, tax free. What a bunch of heartless bastards all those other countries must be.

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  38. “I agree that a border fence is stupid though. What a waste of money. How long is our Mexican border? 3000 miles? How hard would it be to take 9,000 troops, give them assault rifles and a pair of binoculars, and space them out with 1/3 of a mile between them? You think anyone’s getting through that? The border’s not secure because our politicians don’t want it to be.”

    India’s border with Pakistan is just as long as our Mexican border, and they don’t have any problem putting up a fence along the entire length of the border, and guarding it. And the kinds of terrorists motivated to get through the fence into India to commit terrorism are much more highly motivated than our illegal invaders. The fact that India can do this but we won’t even try shows you what really matters to our Lords and Masters.

    Obviously though you need both a fence AND troops on the border. The troops are necessary, but a proper fence makes their job easier. Again, look at the example of the India/Pakistan border for how to do the job properly.

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    • The main difference between India and here, is that Indian border troops get to shoot those who attempt an illegal crossing. Here, our guys go to jail if they shoot back if under fire.

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  39. “Problem here is that you totally obliterate the 14th Amendment.”

    False.

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  40. on September 23, 2011 at 10:18 pm Chris from Dublin

    Agreed!

    And I live in Ireland!
    And we’ve got a presidential election in October the two main runners of which are:-
    (1) a terrorist and
    (2) a fag!

    Éire Abú!!

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  41. “People who live in Texas do not see R. Perry as being anything remotely like G. Bush 2. They were never really allies and have few if any friends in common.”

    Same sh!t, different sh!t-hole. Just because Perry and Bush aren’t allies and come from very different backgrounds, does not mean that they don’t follow almost identical policies and serve the same masters.

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  42. Yeah, can we have less partisan political bullshit and more about getting laid? I don’t come here for this crap, I can turn on CNN if I want to hear this sort of hate.

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  43. The communalization of America is as unstoppable as a metastasizing brain tumor. 95% of the populace will never be able to understand anything on this blog. They might as well have a contagious form of schizophrenia.

    Perry is simply looking past the primaries to the general election, when he will need to tack hard to the PC left, taking care to appease the powerful unions and interest groups, none of whom want the social changes that would follow a border wall and forced repatriation.

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  44. Anything less than a Paul win, and America is truly done with. In the worst possible way.

    Even if Paul should win, it’s probably too late by now. But then, at least the dissolution will be somewhat more orderly, and less acrimonious.

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  45. Endorse Ron Paul already Roissy. He’s the only one that gives a rat’s ass about the Constitution.

    You heard him last night. No amnesty, no citizenship, no birthright citizenship, no welfare, no education, no mandated emergency care, etc. Beyond having a Gestapo storm every house in America and deporting any illegals they find, he’s got the best solution and Ron Paul will follow through.

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  46. sciencebzzt, you’re a dumbass. Jobs and wages in the United States aren’t being lost to machines – they’re being lost to aliens who are hostile, some overtly, the rest of them inadvertently, to this country. Just for whom the fuck is cheap labor good? Not for ordinary Americans. For big businesses, but not for the average citizen.

    What happens to price when you increase the supply? In this case we’re talking about the price of labor, which is wages. Price must invariably go down, which it has for the last 45 years in the United States. Real wages have not increased since the mid 1970s, concurrent with the opening of the borders and the establishment of the welfare state.

    What exactly do supporters of a continued deluge of non-whites into America think is going to happen when non-whites are a majority? La de da, everything will continue as it has for the last two centuries? Don’t be stupid.

    “When the Belgians and the Portuguese were here, there were farms and plantations — cashews, peanuts, rubber, palm oil. There was industry and factories employing 3,000 people, 5,000 people. But since independence, no Congolese has succeeded. The plantations are abandoned. Everything is par terre.”

    http://www.time.com/time/world/article/0,8599,1713275,00.html

    Race sets the course and race tips the scale.

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    • You need a certain minimum level of intelligence, energy, and drive to make a business operate well. The average IQ of sub-Sahara Africa is 70 or below.

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    • Chris…
      You’re mixing the econ and the social arguments. The second half of your comment is about the social part, which I said, is valid… the econ part is not. And “Just for whom the fuck is cheap labor good?” Everyone. What happens when it costs less to pick fruit? the cost of fruit goes down. In a free market, what happens when companies can pay their workers less? The products or services that those companies offer go down in price.
      You’re falling for the simplest of market fallacies… the make-work bias.

      [Heartiste: There is no way to make the importation of a giant second underclass look good.]

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      • cheap labour? UNSKILLED labour right? Don’t focus on the price of fuit(which IS going up with everything else), how about the cost of healthcare? Transport? Utilities? Education?

        Sure cheap fruit is nice i guess, but for your program of falling wages to be a positive you’d need to see an increase in the standard of living, eg a decrease in prices ACROSS THE BOARD.

        Fruit might be cheap, but now the fruit picker(immigrant or native) cannot afford healthcare or an education for his children. Large amounts of unskilled low IQ immigration is not an unbounded positive, quite the opposite they cannot produce the technological, infrastructure and social development to support their communities.

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  47. “Love makes your soul crawl out from its hiding place.” ~ Zora Neale Hurston

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  48. Rather have them than left/liberal Democrats ruining everything in charge. Sure, the “rebel conservative” thing is really the Republicans’ bit, but I’d like to have a country left for my kids to grow-up in. About 2012, to quote Nixon, “This time, vote like your whole world depended on it” (i.e., for the GOP or bust) because it does.

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  49. on September 24, 2011 at 8:38 am ConantheContrarian

    I like Pinochet over Franco. Franco, although honorable, was leftist in his handling of government, too hands on. Pinochet was more free-market, and in my opinion a noble man. Case in point: when Chile had a referendum, and he lost, he stepped down. Not many guys would have done that. He saved Chile from two generations of Marxist bullshit, and what do the progressive cocksuckers do years later: arrest him in England for human rights violations. If I would have been the president of Chile, I would have gotten on a plane with my most elite, toughest soldiers and demanded his release.

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    • Pinochet was a psychopath whose henchmen murdered and tortured thousands in a government of terror.

      If you like that, then you are a horribly worthless piece of shit who should be killed immediately.

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      • Some people NEED to be murdered and tortured.

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      • Jeffrey of Troy, how much you know about the background?

        Chile in 1973 was a high stakes game orchestrated by Soviet PGU service (First Chief Directorate). Allende was a tool, what was to come after he pawed the way was a Cuba on steroids. The commies and their allies had long lists of people to be terminated after the takeover.

        What Pinochet’s did after the coup is to dispose of all these “little Che” characters that were to be the a part of the “progressive strike force”. The soon-to-be executioners got executed with extreme prejudice.

        That is all to it.

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  50. on September 24, 2011 at 8:42 am ConantheContrarian

    Oh yeah, and I like Ron Paul first and then maybe Bachmann. I don’t like the idea of a woman president. I have a question: Did Palin really bang the basketball player?

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  51. As normal with politics, there’s rarely much point in listening to what a person says. If Rick Perry was elected, he would rubber stamp any policies the republicans put forward. And he’s a strong believer in the idea that the federal government shouldn’t force states to do stuff, so he’s unlikely to impose his beliefs outside of texas.

    The republican party is a lot more aggressive than the democrats on immigration. Not aggressive enough, but better Perry than Obama.

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  52. The problem with a “wall” is that instead of being used to keep them out, it could be used to keep them in when the swirling stops and all the turds are stuck “3-stooges style” at the bottom.

    The problem is entitlements. Immigrants wouldn’t be a problem if they couldn’t come here and get free shit.

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  53. The border between India and Pakistan adds up to about 600 miles, not 1600 miles like S. Texas. That is not the main issue, however.
    The India Pakistan border is a simple military defensive line with barbed wire and fully activated mine-fields. Since no one is discussing that sort of thing for S. Texas, we should stay on what has been discussed – which is a hugely expensive, passive, non-lethal barrier fence put into a region with virtually no human habitation and so would be unguardable in any meaningful way. This is not going to happen and it would not work if it was tried.
    The approach taken to economic issues in Texas has always been distinctly Austrian. When a bust happens it is allowed to take its course. The simultaneous collapse of the oil, banking, and real-estate markets that occurred in the mid to late 1980s was far worse in every way for Texas than what is happening now in the US as a whole. Lots of pain was taken but it was over very quickly.
    Going back 150 years, the pattern in Texas has been consistent: If things do not work out people change careers entirely or move back to where they came from – or on to Cali if you are looking for a handout. See, people in Texas have always seen their presence here as a kind of experiment. For the most part, communities have not been the least bit “organic” or “integrated”. Think more along the lines of HBOs “Deadwood”.
    Is Rick Perry a rampaging Bull Fruit? I really do not know. I do know that lots of very rich, motivated, and determined political enemies of his have had about 10 years to get something past the rumor stage and have gotten nowhere. After enough years of complete failure to substantiate anything, it ceases to be acceptable manners to keep bringing it up.

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  54. @Nathan has the right idea. Perry’s actual quote is “If you build a 30-foot wall from El Paso to Brownsville, the 35-foot ladder business gets real good.”

    He captures a good point. To be effective, there need to be severe consequences for trying to breech the border. A series of posts with “caution” tape strung between them would be sufficient if it were known on the Mexican side that any attempt to cross would be treated as invasion, and that on the US side was a military sniper with orders to take down invaders.

    And the motivation to cross would also be decreased if hiring an illegal subjected the employer to serious fines (plus elimination of EEOC BS if an employer chooses to not hire somebody because his paperwork look fake)

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    • Wow, did Perry really say that? I’ve heard almost the exact same quote from Democrats. (Of course, Perry WAS a Democrat until age 39.)

      How about this, a 10 foot chain link fence, behind which was a 100 yard wide no man’s land filled with land mines and barbed wire, and then another 10 foot chain link fence. Behind the 2nd fence there’d be a raised guard tower manned 24 x 7 by troops with machine guns with orders to kill anyone trying to cross into the U.S. You know what? I bet the flow across the border would drop to ZERO.

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      • Oops sorry, I meant a watch tower every 1/4 mile along the entire 1950 mile border. Add to that, seismic monitoring to catch any tunnels being dug.

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  55. “Keep Republicans In The Role Of The Opposition Party In 2012” because the front runner bungled a debate question about a topic that peeves you?

    Sure, the process we have in place has turned away competent men (Christie, Ryan, Daniels, Jeb Bush, Giuliani) while producing the gaggle of clowns on the GOP debate stage and the affirmative-action cipher in the Oval Office. And the best you have to offer in response is: keep Obama because this unknown-quantity fellow has not sufficiently slobbered my knob about a pet issue.

    The hyperdemocracy of the internet demonstrates the necessity of representative republicanism. The further we get from emotional mob-think like rant above, without detaching ourselves from the sovereignty of the citizen (small-r republicanism), the better choices we make.

    Perry, Romney, any of those ambitious empty suits would constitute a missed opportunity at a time when we can’t afford one. But none of them are the walking nuclear-catastrophe of Obama, actively destroying institutions that took generations to build, and will take generations to rebuild. Cute concept for a blog post, but utterly ill-informed and lackadaisical.

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    • Well said King A. The post focuses on the lowest of the low and not the important issues like: the welfare state, devastation of weak dollar policy, international diplomacy of the meek, and an overall lack of leadership. Anyone is better at this point.

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  56. Romney is among the most talented men of his generation and is a clear thinker (though prone to hubris, like his medical reform debacle), but mormonism is the kiss of death. Devout christians correctly view Mormonism as a rival sect and therefore view it as something to squelch and an adversary. The irony is that if Mitt were jewish he’d have a better chance with the evangelicals. South Carolina will never go for Mitt and his VP needs to cover for this.

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  57. Wow, posters clamoring for a military dictatorship.

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    • Having seen where the alternative leads, a military dictatorship is starting to look pretty good. Trust me on this one, if you’re under 40 you’ll live long enough to see the western world beg for another Hitler. They may not realize that’s what they’re begging for, but they’ll be begging for it just the same. Seeing what the team that won the last world war has done to the western world, can you blame people for taking a wistful look at the road not traveled?

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      • “Actually, I’d really prefer a Pinochet or Franco-style fascist government over what we have. But until that happens, divided government is best”

        That’s just above.

        They’re close. So close.

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    • Keep in mind that the choice is between Francisco Franco now or Robert Mugabe/Hugo Chávez a generation from now

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      • Horseshit, but I can’t say the fascist apologetics in this thread are the least bit surprising. This blog’s infested with whackjob psychopaths in the grips of deranged right-wing ideology.

        Bush hardly won in 2000, and governed from the extreme right. Obama won his election by a decisive margin, if for no other reason than to repudiate the disasterous previous eight years, and he’s been governing from the center. Oh, bu communism nears so we’re treated to this nonsense about saving the country by dissolving the republic. Fucking idiots.

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      • Actually, you have no idea about what any of these political ideologies mean, what the consequences are, or what is actually going on. You are just repeating ideology that has been spoon fed to you over the course of your life. Ideology that is specifically designed to misinform and disempower you.

        Its ironic that you come on here with people that are vastly more politically educated than you and claim them to be idiots.

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  58. About the wall on the Tex-Mex border: If you build it, they won’t come.

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  59. Rick Perry is Sarah Palin without tits.

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  60. I didn’t watch the Republican debate (or read the transcript, for that matter), but if Perry said that Texans had voted in favor of paying to educate illegal alien school children, I think that’s not exactly quite how things came to pass. The 1982 Plyler v. Doe case, which was argued before the U.S. Supreme Court, forced Texans to pay for the public school education of the children of illegal aliens.

    http://www.americanpatrol.com/REFERENCE/ScheyBorderBuster.html

    From newtimesla.com
    Originally published by New Times L.A. Jun 20, 2002
    ©2002 New Times, Inc. All rights reserved.

    […]

    Only occasionally is there a break in the even-toned presentation, but when it comes, listeners definitely take notice. During an interview, Schey tells of the Texas judge who oversaw the case that later resulted in the landmark Plyler decision. One of Schey’s expert witnesses, a highly educated international law specialist, took the stand. The expert’s testimony was riveting and sophisticated. When the witness finished talking, the judge turned to him with a few questions. Schey imitates the judge in a thick Southern accent:
    “”Weeell, pro-fessah, Ah listened to evera-thang you said and Ah have one question. Let’s take all ya vera interestin’ theo-ras and Ah want you to ponder dis situation, pro-fessah. Let’s say an alien spaceship come over all the way to Texas and it lands right here. And outta dat spaceship come all these alien chil’ren and first thang they wanna do is go to school. All these theoras you been talkin’ ’bout, would they apply to alien chil’ren or not?'”

    Schey stops his imitation and comments: “We just about shit and thought, “This guy is so far gone. The fate of 200,000 children is in this guy’s hands.'”

    […]

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  61. 5. How is Perry so certain a wall won’t work? Fact: A wall, any wall, will work better than no wall at all.

    All that back-slapping with our unimpeachable BFFs the Israelis, and he missed that one lesson.

    I guess Perry REALLY LOVES HIS MEXICAN VOTER BASE MORE THAN HIS OWN PHENOTYPE.

    Unprecedented in modern American politics itz!!!!

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    • No wall.

      As I said on this blog about a year ago, we need to do 4 things re: illegal immigrants
      1/ no free education for illegals
      2/ no free healthcare for illegals
      3/ no automatic citizenship for anyone born here if either parent was in the country illegally at the time (doesn’t require an amendment, only a law)
      4/ severe financial penalties for employing illegals, enough so that it’s impossible to make a profit while violating the law

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  62. Folks who speak wistfully of the advantages of a “strong man” form of government instinctively assume that the strong man would never come after them and their families. That is their first mistake.
    Their second mistake is to assume that the type of guys who win the competition for “Strong Man” would have any good qualities at all apart from an overdeveloped willingness to be the first to annihilate all the opposition.
    I know R. Perry has his limitations. In real life, I know some of the Bush family and have never even met R. Perry.
    But I did feel moved to take his side in these present circumstances. Seemed right.
    Romney is an upper level Mormon and he will get zero votes from anyone in the south who takes religion seriously. And there are a lot that do.
    FWIW, Perrys affection for Israel is not an act. It is natural outgrowth of his background.
    Even way back in 1939, the Legislature of the State of Texas passed a resolution informing Charles Lindberg (the aviator) that his traveling pro-German, anti-Semitic roadshow would not be welcomed in Texas. That really happened and it offers many hints about what Texas has been about.

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    • Now you have evolved into being incomprehensible

      Again, you only reveal your complete and total political ignorance when you speak. And I’m not talking about a difference of opinion. I’m talking about a foundational understanding of politics.

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  63. Go Obama!! Four more years!! No budget cuts and screw the Tea Party! By the time Obama leaves office in 2017, today’s stuck-up white girls will be eager to suck your dick for 100 trillion dollars, one loaf of bread, or 1/10000 ounce of gold. And they won’t be fat anymore, because it’s hard to maintain a potato-shaped figure on 600 calories a day.

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  64. I’m failing to see the connection between game and having a hard-on for pinochet. can somebody help me out?

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    • Just look at the man!

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    • Sure.

      The reason many of us are here is essentially that, as normal white men, our values are basically traditional, but in response to the excesses of Left-run society skew to authoritarian as a corrective.

      While we love pussy and perfecting the means to circumvent the artificial scarcity imposed upon acquisition thereof by “liberated” anti-women, we recognize that in a sane world, that is to say where men are strictly in control of everything, we would humbly expect only what men merely one generation ago expected from life — work, a wife, a child or two, and a home.

      As the Left and their Jewish gurus have pushed the tragedy of the commons to absurd proportions by inviting tens-of-millions of non-whites beyond our borders to settle and compete for jobs and wealth, as well as erecting the black man as an object of worship and subsidizing his demographic expansion often enough through the vehicle of poor white women across the nation, and again by creating whole generations of spoiled white women who either refuse to breed, see nothing wrong with scraping life out of their vaginal orifice, and exhaust themselves and everyone in endless narcissistic behaviors, this simple model of European homelife has been rendered obsolete for the majority of white men.

      It is for this reason we look to strong white leaders of the past, or ANY strong leader for that matter, as symbols of our re-enfranchisement and return to our birthright.

      Game is what we do because politics has failed us. It is inevitable that we arrive at the conclusion that if politics were still in our favor, game would be largely unnecessary — would in fact be an exclusive province of the beta. This is indeed why many White Nationalists, older chaps with wives and children, look down on the entire phenomenon, seeing in it only beta hustling, which of course is completely backward.

      The confluence of feminism (from Wollstonecraft to Friedan) and narcissistic technologies (everything from European chivalry to MTV and the digital camera) made game necessary. The meeting point is the pandering cunt mag with hair color ads (whose tags were written by Jewesses — see Gladwell, What The Dog Saw) stoking the average woman’s vanity beyond sustainable social limits. The moment it was decided that a woman ought to live for herself, and not for the purpose of fulfilling her biological function, the seed of Game was sown.

      This is the harvest.

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    • Sure. But Franco is the correct example to use. Franco was a nationalist.

      Internationalism (through the hammer of cultural Marxism) is what has destroyed the family unit, dis-empowered men, keeps working to dis-empower all political groups but the immovable aristocracy, and is what is responsible for the perpetual war foreign policy of our country since world war two.

      Once you catch yourself up on the history of everything that I just mentioned, and get a chance to think about all of the ramifications, you will come to the logical and correct conclusion that the ONLY way to prevent this internationalist force from infecting and taking over any society is through a Franco style government. All democracies are 100% corrupted and will continue to be so. In fact, ‘democracy’ as a concept is politically untenable and actually only allows people to be taken over by a political force that has interests which are antithetical to the interests of the population at large. At least a Franco type leader has interests which are in line with the people while repelling foreign interests that only look to control at the expense of the people.

      If you like perpetual war then keep thinking the way that you do, dems vs republicans, etc, etc…Keep thinking that your vote counts and people like Obama mean an ounce of difference. They are all internationalists and by definition NEED to keep the population disempowered to remain in power. Additionally, war will be a constant imperative for the next few hundred years. All because pople like you know zero about the true nature of politics.

      So as you see, you currently are clueless about politics. So, stop commenting and go start reading some books.

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  65. #5. Tunnels. They’ve already done that.
    #6. Bounty. $10.00 an ear. Supply your own ammo & provisions.
    You’d have 20,000 people covering the border in a week.

    [Heartiste: Tunnels can be more easily monitored than open land. It’s a choke point.]

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  66. gig
    “I’d really prefer a Pinochet or Franco-style fascist government over what we have
    Agreed”

    It’s great.
    As long as you are the one in charge. Sucks to be anyone else.
    It’s also great while it lasts.
    IIRC, they hung Franco. Then shot him. Or shot him, then hung him. And his wife.
    Pinochet?
    By the time of his death on 10 December 2006, about 300 criminal charges were still pending against him in Chile for numerous human rights violations, tax evasion and embezzlement during his 17-year rule and afterwards.
    Pinochet was accused of having corruptly amassed a wealth of US$28 million or more.
    How’s that any different than what we have now?

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    • That was Mussolini and his mistress who were shot and hanged. Franco lived to the ripe old age of 82, and died of natural causes.

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    • Is that the extent of what you know?

      And, no, it doesn’t suck to be everyone else. You clearly don;t have a grasp on the real nature of their governments (however, Franco is the only real nationalist, imo)

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  67. on top of all this, Rick Perry is a faggot.

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  68. Dumb suggestion. Allow Obama to appoint one or more commie SCotUS judges and it doesn’t matter how many anti-illegal immigration laws are passed – the commiecrats will decide every case based on “empathy.”

    Go with Gingrich or Romney.

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  69. Off topic/ This is how the shit starts:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-15052030

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  70. “I’m failing to see the connection between game and having a hard-on for pinochet. can somebody help me out?”

    Chicks dig DICK-dators. Secretly, of course.

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  71. Democans and Republicrats? Seriously, there is very little to distinguish between them. Bush 2 started up the DHS; Obama turned them into gropers. Both parties treat my freedoms like shit. Both parties aided and abetted the banks, then both subsequently voted to bail them out after the fact. Both parties want more of my money than I am willing to give. As far as I’m concerned, a pox on both their houses!!! Everything else like race, guns, gays and God are just wedge issues intended to divide us while the real criminals of both parties feast off of us.

    Unless we get away from the big two parties, the possible exits from this crisis will only get worse over time as the can-kicking exercises continue unabated.

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    • If you would prefer that the Republicans stay out of your bedroom, and that the Democrats stay out of your wallet, I suggest you examine the Libertarian party.
      Particularly if you feel that both parties treat your freedoms like shit, which is entirely correct.
      Of the two major parties, I prefer the Repubs, as they are less pro-government and more pro-taxpayer. You can choose between two businesses, but not between two police states, and there is no fouler being than a “law and order Democrat.”

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      • The Libertarians? haha! The open borders and gay marriage crowd? In other words, “The same politically correct bullshit the elites have been shoving down your throat for the last 50 years! Now with hookers, blow and low taxes!”.

        The establishment never had a better friend than the “anti-establishment” libertarians.

        Thanks, but no thanks.

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  72. Sarah Palin & Rick Perry…dumb & dumberer
    What this country needs is a big, tall glass of gridlock juice!

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  73. Perry isn’t the sole indicator of where the GOP is. The GOP is not ****ing around this time. They will throw anyone under the bus, or jettison anyone to the top, to get a conservative nominee. Bachmann was in 2nd place at one point, proved to be a maniac, and now she finished last in the Florida strawpoll with 1.5% of the vote and is finished. Perry was way ahead, now half his support is draining away. Now they’re backing Herman Cain, who overwhelmingly won the Florida strawpoll today. Cain is being instantly thrown to the front. I have a feeling Cain is the dude to not blow it – the non-politician, uber-CEO with actual PLANS. Watch for Herman Cain, and don’t write the GOP off or root against them yet. Perry is not the nominee yet at all. We have other options to choose who will crush Obamunism in 2012.

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  74. The white man is a dying species on this planet. If we go so goes the brilliant art, literature, science, and discovery that the West – and only the West has created.

    Simply stated: Wake up white man.

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  75. Ain’t none of em on our side.

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  76. This assumes that Democrats, the party of feminism, labor socialism, political correctness, high taxes, high regulations, and anti-business thievery offer a better alternative.
    Furthermore, immigration is often a good thing. The hottest women from Russia, China, and Latin America end up here, as do the engineers, scientists, physicians, and, yes, low-skilled laborers we desperately need to care for an aging, fattening, ill-educated generation.
    To be anti-immigration or pro-isolationist is both anti-American and anti-game. Any American or any alpha shouldn’t be in the least worried about a foreigner swiping his job, his woman, or his property.
    Study. Work out. Buy a big dog, a big car, and some big ol’ guns. Learn software and math, and learn game.
    And fear no man, whether he’s a little sneaky math whiz or a squat swarthy wrench monkey. Fear no woman, either, for their purpose (whether they kniw it or not, most do know on some level) is to serve us & raise our children.

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    • “To be anti-immigration or pro-isolationist is both anti-American and anti-game. ”

      My god, your stupidity is insanely painful.

      Let me translate what you just wrote:

      “To be anti-internationalist or pro-nationalist is both anti-nationalist and anti-game”.

      That’s a translation given all of the precise political terminology that was used.

      In short, you have zero idea about the actual specific meaning of the terms that you use, and by extension politics in general.

      Its this very phenomenon that ensures that this country is fucked and its people are condemned to fall hard and not get up. You are completely disempowered through your lack of political education.

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  77. im voting for obama, i want a divided government.

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  78. This assumes that Democrats, the party of feminism, labor socialism, political correctness, high taxes, high regulations, and anti-business thievery offer a better alternative. . . .

    Someone take dipshit here aside and teach him how to observe politics above a fourth-grade level. No, dumbass, that’s not what it assumes. It assumes what it says, which is that the Republicans function better as an opposition party. The Democrats don’t function well anywhere, but that’s beside the point. The Democrats are top-to-bottom disasters for all the reasons you mention and never sound sensible on any topic. The Republicans sound sensible to the extent that they are out of power. That’s because their shtick is to pose as real Amuricans who relate to us common folk, win our trust, and then take that trust and endorsement to the Communist chambers of D.C. and trade it for coolness points and game tokens.

    Your “thinking” runs like this: “Derp derp derp, the Democrats are bad, so if we put the Republicans in there it will be less bad.” Except when the Republicans get in they do retail what the Democrats do wholesale. Except when they don’t and just do itwholesale anyway.

    Furthermore, immigration is often a good thing. The hottest women from Russia, China, and Latin America end up here, as do the engineers, scientists, physicians, and, yes, low-skilled laborers we desperately need to care for an aging, fattening, ill-educated generation.

    Yeah, you’re obviously paying real close attention to what mass immigration is bringing us. It’s not bringing us the skilled high-IQ types–immigration hasn’t been premised on American need since 1965 at the very latest.

    To be anti-immigration or pro-isolationist is both anti-American and anti-game.

    I love this comment. I love it so much that I wait for knowing shitheads to make it so I can explain to them how weak their grip on history is.

    The traditional American immigration pattern involves periods of relatively high immigration (overwhelmingly from the UK and European nations until the middle of the twentieth century) followed by . . . pay attention here . . . periods of immigration restriction. So if you want to appeal to some sort of ur-American idea or principle concerning immigration you have to include that last part. Guess what? Time for the restriction! But you’re not interested in that, are you? In other words, you’re not really interested in what the American purpose and premise actually happens to be. You’re just another lemming who runs his mouth about American ideals because you unreflectively and ignorantly assume that they match your half-baked dipshit cluster of beliefs.

    Any American or any alpha shouldn’t be in the least worried about a foreigner swiping his job, his woman, or his property.

    Sure as hell ain’t worried about my woman or property getting taken. I’m not thrilled about globalist kleptocrats shipping our jobs and industry overseas, but I’ll manage. How about this one? “Any American or any alpha male shouldn’t be in the least intimidated by no-name lemmings who hate his country and are at best indifferent to its decline.”

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  79. I’ll paraphase insty on this:

    The only way I’ll vote for Oboy is if the Reps nominate a syphilitic camel, and, even then, I’ll have to think about it.

    Perry is a politician (haaawk, ptooie) but he isn’t a camel.

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  80. As long as you are the one in charge. Sucks to be anyone else.
    It’s also great while it lasts.
    IIRC, they hung Franco. Then shot him. Or shot him, then hung him. And his wife.

    That’s the Romanian dictator. Franco died in his bed. And he castrated the Socialists by restoring the Monarchy, taking away their means of deconstructing Spain. the demolition of Spain only started when she joined that great prison of nations, the European Union, which castrated the monarchy and let the Social Democrats and Socialists ruin the country and flood it with Incas and Moors

    Pinochet?
    By the time of his death on 10 December 2006, about 300 criminal charges were still pending against him in Chile for numerous human rights violations, tax evasion and embezzlement during his 17-year rule and afterwards.
    Pinochet was accused of having corruptly amassed a wealth of US$28 million or more.

    Just like Greenpeace will count any Brazilian barbecue as a forest fire once it is seen from the Sattelite, any moron could charge Pinochet in court under the flimsiest case.

    Anyway, General Augusto Pinochet y Ugarte was born to wealthy parents (you fill find no mention of that in English in google), and those “Ugarte” guys came to South America with some dude called Francisco Pizarro, a century before the settlement of America (USA). Pinochet, just like the military rulers of Brazil and Argentina, was absolutely honest.

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  81. The left/liberal/democrats is the feminist/girlie/touchy-feely side of politics.

    Real men are on the right/conservative/Republicans.

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  82. Agreed, nice to see someone else questions or doubts the AGWHPVBAC-Perry’s campaign.

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  83. Real men are on the right/conservative/Republicans.

    Mmm, Glenn Beck . . . you’re such a real man when you put on your glasses and your smirk and giving me a knowing history lesson about Martin Luther King, the conservative Saint and theologian/Communist.

    It’s also really butch when you cry like a bitch. You and John Boehner lubricate each other with your big ol’ conservative real man tears.

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  84. When one studies history and the aberrant nature of the corporatist/government model, ie. fascism, the choice is easy. Our Founders constructed a document that restricts the powers of a cabal forming but unfortunately, due to the nature of man, it only lasts about 250 years – alas today! We have in the last 100 years created a central bank that has eliminated gold and silver backing to its currency – Nixon completed this on August 15,1971 – and have become a 100 percent fiat based economy and ALL fiat currencies collapse. A strict adherence to the Constitution is the only way to fix the shit that has been created by funny money. Therefore, Ron Paul is the ONLY viable choice to lead us through the coming economic depression that will ensue over the next 10 years, if we’re lucky!

    And for those interested in maintaining there wealth there is only one bull market that has been going on since 2000 – precious metals, especially silver. Don’t get fooled again! Its time to rip out the throats of the elitist scum of the earth and the Hegelian dialectic games that they play on humanity!

    Be ever vigilant.

    Peace…

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  85. Eisenhower kicked out 1 million illegal mexicans out of the country in 1954

    http://www.federalobserver.com/archive.php?aid=11145

    but none of these Republican candidates would dare to propose Operation Wetback 2, something that would very likely put them in the WH if the elections aren’t rigged by those who program the voting machines. Wake up sucker: they don’t want to win, they’re just going along with the program.

    In every western country you see the fake opposition between the ‘left’ and the ‘right’, R vs D, Labor vs Conservative, UMP vs PS, etc. and all of it is hyped up by the media to get the maxmimum % of people psychologically involved in a fixed fight. So you voted for Cameron because you thought he was against mass immigration? Too bad that was all talk. But I’m sure you’ll vote for him again next time because you can’t possibly vote for one of those evil extremist parties full of HATE, right? Oh don’t tell me you’re filled with HATE for people of who are different from you? It’s too easy to push people around nowadays.

    Politics is a puppet show for adults. The system isn’t broken, it’s working the way those who pull the strings want it to work. In Europe at least there are alternatives to the two-party system.

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  86. As a Texas Republican who voted for Bill White (D), former mayor of Houston, in the last gubernatorial election, I think Perry’s a tool.

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  87. and have become a 100 percent fiat based economy and ALL fiat currencies collapse

    Dude, I do agree with most that Ron Paul says. And I also agree that the bailout of the banks without wiping out shareholders/prosecuting the executive boards was plainly criminal

    But given that fiat currencies only came into existence in 1971 (before that they were out and back again to the gold standard), how can you say so surely they all collapse?

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  88. Perry’s an just an opportunist. Whether it’s running Gore’s state operations, jumping parties, or pandering to gullible people who don’t do research, he’s shown one consistency – a lack of philosphical principles. Right now, tea party social issues and “corporate capitalism”-lite works for him.

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