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OldMercsRule
09-07-2011, 11:32 AM
"The Texas governor would be a very formidable nominee against President Obama.

Last month, I laid out the reasons why I thought Texas Gov. Rick Perry was the clear Republican front-runner. I’ll take it one step further: Perry would be a very formidable nominee against President Obama, and he poses a stronger threat than most Democrats realize and many Republican strategists acknowledge.

The hits are already out. Democrats are looking at Perry’s states’ rights, anti-Washington manifesto Fed Up! as a gold mine for opposition researchers, eager to pounce on his claim that Social Security is akin to a Ponzi scheme. They think that his skepticism on climate change makes him seem extreme, even as Obama halted implementation of antismog regulations in a last-ditch attempt to help create jobs. Most view Perry’s aggressive defense of Second Amendment rights as a general-election loser; never mind that Democrats haven’t touched the gun-control issue since Al Gore’s failed 2000 presidential campaign, and for good reason. All of the conventional wisdom couldn’t be more off base.

Perry has proven throughout his long career that he’s a canny political observer, and he picked up on the anti-Washington mood enveloping the country long before the smart set in Washington did. On the campaign trail, he may be toning down the language from his book, but if anything, his broad themes of bureaucratic incompetence and government overreach offer a striking contrast to Obama’s agenda and get at many of the anxieties facing Americans today. If Obama could point to a record of job creation, Perry’s musings wouldn’t have the same resonance. To an electorate registering historic levels of pessimism about the future, Perry looks more like the candidate of change—and, perhaps, hope.

Polls show that voters care about jobs and the economy, first and foremost. Perry can point to his record as Texas governor, one of the few states with a record of job creation during the recession. Whether he’s responsible for that record is a debatable point, but politically, it is a clear winner. Second on the list is concern over government spending, and Perry’s book is a virtual treatise against excessive federal spending.

Perry will have to address his views on entitlements, but his vulnerabilities on that front pale in comparison to Obama’s vulnerabilities on the economy. Only 35 percent of senior citizens approve of the president’s job performance, according to Gallup, one of his worst-performing demographic groups. With seniors so down on the president, it’s hard to see Perry’s book quote being a game-changer.

For a case study, look at two special elections that are coming up this month, one in a solidly-Democratic New York City district and one in a rural, Republican-leaning district in Nevada. In both elections, the Democratic candidates have lambasted the Republican nominees for supporting entitlement cuts and holding extreme views on the social safety net. In the decidedly liberal confines of Queens and Brooklyn, the Republican candidate has actually embraced such controversial views, and even said he opposed a bill that provided benefits to victims of 9/11.

The Democrats’ attacks haven’t resonated. Instead, dissatisfaction with Obama is so great that the Republican candidate in Nevada is poised to win in a landslide, and the Democrat is barely getting help from the national party. And in the special election race to replace former Democratic Rep. Anthony Weiner in New York, polls from both sides show a close race.

If the historic 2010 midterms demonstrated anything, it was a massive pushback against Obama’s big government policies—the stimulus and health care reform in particular. Obama saw his 2008 election as a mandate for a more activist government, and his policies created a resistance that is still churning today. Grassroots insurgencies don’t happen in a vacuum. But Democrats are still grasping at polls that show that the tea party is unpopular, even though the antigovernment sentiment that fueled the movement is as powerful as ever. The White House misread the tea party movement from the start, and it seems to be misreading it to this day.

Just look at the president’s decision last Friday to suspend antismog standards, something that goes against the environmental record his administration has proudly stood for. This was a profound concession: Obama is either conceding that excessive regulation can hamper economic growth, or he’s acknowledging the political pitfalls of an activist government. And if the political pendulum has swung so much to the right that even Obama is cutting back environmental protection for the hope of economic growth, it suggests that Perry’s antigovernment views aren’t limited to cranky conservatives.

The other major asset that Perry brings to the table in a general election is immigration. The Republican nominee’s ability to connect with Hispanic voters, concentrated in battleground states like Nevada, Colorado, and Florida, is critical to winning the White House in 2012 and beyond. Perry brings a track record of Hispanic outreach in Texas, and he carried 38 percent of the Hispanic vote in 2010 against Democrat Bill White, in line with George W. Bush’s performance as governor.

More notably, while campaigning to win the conservative Republican base, he has carefully avoided the strident anti-immigration rhetoric that often characterizes the party’s loudest voices. He came out against a border fence—virtual heresy among elements of the right—and didn’t back down from his support of allowing illegal immigrants to receive in-state tuition in his state. Perry’s team is playing long ball, and it recognizes the importance of the Hispanic vote and his unique ability to win enough of them over.

Pair Perry on the presidential ticket with an up-and-coming Hispanic running mate such as Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida or New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez, and the Hispanic vote is squarely in play. Gallup found Obama’s approval among Hispanics down to 44 percent. If Obama can’t win over a clear majority of Hispanics, ball game’s over.

With his book, Perry opponents believe they have a gold mine of opposition research, but it hardly raises an eyebrow compared to past presidential nominees. Jimmy Carter was eager to face Ronald Reagan, who recorded commentaries arguing that Medicare would lead America down a path to socialism. Bill Clinton avoided military service, admitted to smoking pot (without inhaling), and had to deal with rumors of extramarital affairs during the 1992 campaign. Both won in landslides against presidents facing rough economic times.

With an economy this weak, and with little expectations of it improving, the Democrats would need a scorched-earth culture war campaign painting Perry as an extremist to prevent his capturing the White House, and even that might not be enough. To quote Democratic strategist James Carville: “It’s the economy, stupid.” If the economy doesn’t show signs of improving pronto, Democrats could be staring down the face of President Perry in 2013.


http://nationaljournal.com/columns/against-the-grain/perry-obama-s-worst-nightmare-20110906


Hmmmmmmmm..........

BlackAsCoal
09-07-2011, 11:39 AM
Rick Perry is Obama's wet dream.

Seriously doubtful that Americans will elect that lunatic to the White House

JDubya
09-07-2011, 11:41 AM
Perry is AMERICA's worst nightmare.

Perry is the ENTIRE PLANET's worst nightmare.

When Armageddon happens, it will be under Republican rule.

OldMercsRule
09-07-2011, 11:49 AM
Thus far he looks promising.


The reaction of moon bats, is reassurin' as well.




:lmao2: :banana: :happy: :yay:

Mac McFadden
09-07-2011, 08:05 PM
"read my lips
No New Texans!"

:lmao2:



Mac

bairdi
09-07-2011, 08:09 PM
"read my lips
No New Texans!"

:lmao2:



Mac
That would make a great T-shirt! :thumbsup: :lmao2:

hd79
09-07-2011, 08:14 PM
Boosh the 2nd doesn't stand a chance!

Vilifier of Zombies
09-07-2011, 08:25 PM
Perry is AMERICA's worst nightmare.

Perry is the ENTIRE PLANET's worst nightmare.

When Armageddon happens, it will be under Republican rule.

At least it'll be quicker than the alternative; besides, the NFL Sunday Ticket comes standard with DirecTV. I'd sure hate being stuck in the middle of something less entertaining, like hockey or basketball; or fuck'n tennis, that'd sure put a damper on any apocalyptic after party, the quicker we get it over with, the sooner we'll be able to start over.

rastaman
09-07-2011, 08:29 PM
"The Texas governor would be a very formidable nominee against President Obama.

Last month, I laid out the reasons why I thought Texas Gov. Rick Perry was the clear Republican front-runner. I’ll take it one step further: Perry would be a very formidable nominee against President Obama, and he poses a stronger threat than most Democrats realize and many Republican strategists acknowledge.

The hits are already out. Democrats are looking at Perry’s states’ rights, anti-Washington manifesto Fed Up! as a gold mine for opposition researchers, eager to pounce on his claim that Social Security is akin to a Ponzi scheme. They think that his skepticism on climate change makes him seem extreme, even as Obama halted implementation of antismog regulations in a last-ditch attempt to help create jobs. Most view Perry’s aggressive defense of Second Amendment rights as a general-election loser; never mind that Democrats haven’t touched the gun-control issue since Al Gore’s failed 2000 presidential campaign, and for good reason. All of the conventional wisdom couldn’t be more off base.

Perry has proven throughout his long career that he’s a canny political observer, and he picked up on the anti-Washington mood enveloping the country long before the smart set in Washington did. On the campaign trail, he may be toning down the language from his book, but if anything, his broad themes of bureaucratic incompetence and government overreach offer a striking contrast to Obama’s agenda and get at many of the anxieties facing Americans today. If Obama could point to a record of job creation, Perry’s musings wouldn’t have the same resonance. To an electorate registering historic levels of pessimism about the future, Perry looks more like the candidate of change—and, perhaps, hope.

Polls show that voters care about jobs and the economy, first and foremost. Perry can point to his record as Texas governor, one of the few states with a record of job creation during the recession. Whether he’s responsible for that record is a debatable point, but politically, it is a clear winner. Second on the list is concern over government spending, and Perry’s book is a virtual treatise against excessive federal spending.

Perry will have to address his views on entitlements, but his vulnerabilities on that front pale in comparison to Obama’s vulnerabilities on the economy. Only 35 percent of senior citizens approve of the president’s job performance, according to Gallup, one of his worst-performing demographic groups. With seniors so down on the president, it’s hard to see Perry’s book quote being a game-changer.

For a case study, look at two special elections that are coming up this month, one in a solidly-Democratic New York City district and one in a rural, Republican-leaning district in Nevada. In both elections, the Democratic candidates have lambasted the Republican nominees for supporting entitlement cuts and holding extreme views on the social safety net. In the decidedly liberal confines of Queens and Brooklyn, the Republican candidate has actually embraced such controversial views, and even said he opposed a bill that provided benefits to victims of 9/11.

The Democrats’ attacks haven’t resonated. Instead, dissatisfaction with Obama is so great that the Republican candidate in Nevada is poised to win in a landslide, and the Democrat is barely getting help from the national party. And in the special election race to replace former Democratic Rep. Anthony Weiner in New York, polls from both sides show a close race.

If the historic 2010 midterms demonstrated anything, it was a massive pushback against Obama’s big government policies—the stimulus and health care reform in particular. Obama saw his 2008 election as a mandate for a more activist government, and his policies created a resistance that is still churning today. Grassroots insurgencies don’t happen in a vacuum. But Democrats are still grasping at polls that show that the tea party is unpopular, even though the antigovernment sentiment that fueled the movement is as powerful as ever. The White House misread the tea party movement from the start, and it seems to be misreading it to this day.

Just look at the president’s decision last Friday to suspend antismog standards, something that goes against the environmental record his administration has proudly stood for. This was a profound concession: Obama is either conceding that excessive regulation can hamper economic growth, or he’s acknowledging the political pitfalls of an activist government. And if the political pendulum has swung so much to the right that even Obama is cutting back environmental protection for the hope of economic growth, it suggests that Perry’s antigovernment views aren’t limited to cranky conservatives.

The other major asset that Perry brings to the table in a general election is immigration. The Republican nominee’s ability to connect with Hispanic voters, concentrated in battleground states like Nevada, Colorado, and Florida, is critical to winning the White House in 2012 and beyond. Perry brings a track record of Hispanic outreach in Texas, and he carried 38 percent of the Hispanic vote in 2010 against Democrat Bill White, in line with George W. Bush’s performance as governor.

More notably, while campaigning to win the conservative Republican base, he has carefully avoided the strident anti-immigration rhetoric that often characterizes the party’s loudest voices. He came out against a border fence—virtual heresy among elements of the right—and didn’t back down from his support of allowing illegal immigrants to receive in-state tuition in his state. Perry’s team is playing long ball, and it recognizes the importance of the Hispanic vote and his unique ability to win enough of them over.

Pair Perry on the presidential ticket with an up-and-coming Hispanic running mate such as Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida or New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez, and the Hispanic vote is squarely in play. Gallup found Obama’s approval among Hispanics down to 44 percent. If Obama can’t win over a clear majority of Hispanics, ball game’s over.

With his book, Perry opponents believe they have a gold mine of opposition research, but it hardly raises an eyebrow compared to past presidential nominees. Jimmy Carter was eager to face Ronald Reagan, who recorded commentaries arguing that Medicare would lead America down a path to socialism. Bill Clinton avoided military service, admitted to smoking pot (without inhaling), and had to deal with rumors of extramarital affairs during the 1992 campaign. Both won in landslides against presidents facing rough economic times.

With an economy this weak, and with little expectations of it improving, the Democrats would need a scorched-earth culture war campaign painting Perry as an extremist to prevent his capturing the White House, and even that might not be enough. To quote Democratic strategist James Carville: “It’s the economy, stupid.” If the economy doesn’t show signs of improving pronto, Democrats could be staring down the face of President Perry in 2013.


http://nationaljournal.com/columns/against-the-grain/perry-obama-s-worst-nightmare-20110906


Hmmmmmmmm..........


RICK PERRY WOULD BE AMERICA'S GREATEST NIGHTMARE!!!!

OldMercsRule
09-07-2011, 08:34 PM
RICK PERRY WOULD BE AMERICA'S GREATEST NIGHTMARE!!!!


He maybe yer nightmare: ratfuck, most Americans might actually like him.

Cookie Parker
09-07-2011, 08:36 PM
He maybe yer nightmare: ratfuck, most Americans might actually like him.


No, most tea party likes him..and they consist of less than 9% of the population.

ksec
09-07-2011, 08:37 PM
Perry even looks like bush.
:lmao2:

rastaman
09-07-2011, 08:43 PM
[QUOTE=OldMercsRule]Thus far he looks promising.


The reaction of moon bats, is reassurin' as well.

QUOTE]

The following are 14 reasons why Rick Perry would be a really, really bad president….

#1 Rick Perry is a “big government” politician. When Rick Perry became the governor of Texas in 2000, the total spending by the Texas state government was approximately $49 billion. Ten years later it was approximately $90 billion. That is not exactly reducing the size of government.

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#2 The debt of the state of Texas is out of control. According to usdebtclock.org, the debt to GDP ratio in Texas is 22.9% and the debt per citizen is $10,645. In California (a total financial basket case), the debt to GDP ratio is just 18.7% and the debt per citizen is only $9932. If Rick Perry runs for president these are numbers he will want to keep well hidden.

#3 The total debt of the Texas government has more than doubled since Rick Perry became governor. So what would the U.S. national debt look like after four (or eight) years of Rick Perry?

#4 Rick Perry has spearheaded the effort to lease roads in Texas to foreign companies, to turn roads that are already free to drive on into toll roads, and to develop the Trans-Texas Corridor which would be part of the planned NAFTA superhighway system. If you really do deep research on this whole Trans-Texas Corridor nonsense you will see why no American should ever cast a single vote for Rick Perry.

#5 Rick Perry claims that he has a “track record” of not raising taxes. That is a false claim. Rick Perry has repeatedly raised taxes and fees while he has been governor. Today, Texans are faced with significantly higher taxes and fees than they were before Rick Perry was elected.

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#6 Even with the oil boom in Texas, 23 states have a lower unemployment rate than Texas does.

#7 Back in 1988, Rick Perry supported Al Gore for president. In fact, Rick Perry actually served as Al Gore’s campaign chairman in the state of Texas that year.

#8 Between December 2007 and April 2011, weekly wages in the U.S. increased by about 5 percent. In the state of Texas they increased by just 0.6% over that same time period.

#9 Texas now has one of the worst education systems in the nation. The following is from an opinion piece that was actually authored by Barbara Bush earlier this year….

•  We rank 36th in the nation in high school graduation rates. An estimated 3.8 million Texans do not have a high school diploma.

•  We rank 49th in verbal SAT scores, 47th in literacy and 46th in average math SAT scores.•  We rank 33rd in the nation on teacher salaries.


#10 Rick Perry attended the Bilderberg Group meetings in 2007. Associating himself with that organization should be a red flag for all American voters.

#11 Texas has the highest percentage of workers making minimum wage out of all 50 states.

#12 Rick Perry often gives speeches about illegal immigration, but when you look at the facts, he has been incredibly soft on the issue. If Rick Perry does not plan to secure the border, then he should not be president because illegal immigration is absolutely devastating many areas of the southwest United States.

#13 In 2007, 221,000 residents of Texas were making minimum wage or less. By 2010, that number had risen to 550,000.

#14 Rick Perry actually issued an executive order in 2007 that would have forced almost every single girl in the state of Texas to receive the Gardasil vaccine before entering the sixth grade. Perry would have put parents in a position where they would have had to fill out an application and beg the government not to inject their child with an untested and unproven vaccine. Since then, very serious safety issues regarding this vaccine have come to light. Fortunately, lawmakers in Texas blocked what Perry was trying to do. According to Wikipedia, many were troubled when “apparent financial connections between Merck and Perry were reported by news outlets, such as a $6,000 campaign contribution and Merck’s hiring of former Perry Chief of Staff Mike Toomey to handle its Texas lobbying work.”

Rick Perry has a record that should make all Republicans, Democrats, Libertarians and Independents cringe.

He is not the “conservative Republican” that he is trying to claim that he is. He is simply another in a long line of “RINOs” (Republicans in name only).

If Rick Perry becomes president, he will probably be very similar to George W. Bush. He will explode the size of the U.S. government and U.S. government debt, he will find sneaky ways to raise taxes, he will do nothing about the Federal Reserve or corruption in our financial system and he will push the agenda of the globalists at every turn.

OldMercsRule
09-07-2011, 08:47 PM
No, most tea party likes him..and they consist of less than 9% of the population.

The tea party likes him, and so do many Texans, (which is a very good sign).

The fact that moon bats fear him is also very good in my book.



:lmao2: :banana: :happy: :yay:

rastaman
09-07-2011, 08:50 PM
He maybe yer nightmare: ratfuck, most Americans might actually like him.

Hey Republican Pole Sucker....don't you mean must Republicans like Perry! How does that equate to most Americans when Republicans are not Americans....YOU miserable Rethuglicans are a bunch of nazi ideologues.

http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2752/4421073325_502577faca.jpg

rastaman
09-07-2011, 08:54 PM
The tea party likes him, and so do many Texans, (which is a very good sign).

The fact that moon bats fear him is also very good in my book.


:

This is what Perry really likes.......of course once she's checked for any STD's:

http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2804/4291740275_cb45be5680_o.jpg

OldMercsRule
09-07-2011, 08:55 PM
Hey Republican Pole Sucker....don't you mean must Republicans like Perry! How does that equate to most Americans when Republicans are not Americans....YOU miserable Rethuglicans are a bunch of nazi ideologues.

I'm glad you don't like Perry ratfuck, if ya did I'd have to ponder why.


:lmao2: :banana: :happy: :yay:

OldMercsRule
09-07-2011, 09:06 PM
This is what Perry really likes.......of course once she's checked for any STD's:


What normal red blooded American male wouldn't think Palin' is a hot MLIF?

Would ya rather he was limp dick butt pirate rump ranger like you: ratfuck?


:lmao2: :banana: :happy: :yay:

rastaman
09-07-2011, 09:06 PM
Perry even looks like bush.
:lmao2:

Good point. Its amazing how both of them have pedophile eyes.

http://static6.businessinsider.com/image/4e00f94849e2ae0c242b0000-400-300/perry-faces-hostility-from-the-bush-network.jpg

Twin Disasters Waiting to Happen:

http://www.progressivepuppy.com/.a/6a00e552e19fa38833015434a59334970c-pi

rastaman
09-07-2011, 09:11 PM
[QUOTE=OldMercsRule]What normal red blooded American male wouldn't think Palin' is a hot MLIF?

Would ya rather he was limp dick butt pirate rump ranger like you: ratfuck?


QUOTE]


Hmmmmm......didn't you hear Perry is Gay!!!!! and a Switch Hitter!!!

By-The-Way.....Perry is the only candidate that eats a Corn Dog with Two Hands.......just like you pole suck with two hands:

http://saintpetersblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/perry-rick-corndog3-150x150.jpg

ksec
09-07-2011, 09:14 PM
Cons have had ten favorite candidates. Everyday there's a new con hero they're worshipping. The sane people call that wishywashy

rastaman
09-07-2011, 09:20 PM
[QUOTE=OldMercsRule]What normal red blooded American male wouldn't think Palin' is a hot MLIF?

Would ya rather he was limp dick butt pirate rump ranger like you: ratfuck?


[QUOTE]


Hey Ole'Mercury.......Here's a Photo of Palin in "Heat" with her mouth wide open in full orgasm Howling.....while Perry Carpet Munches her and bittig her "Peanut"! :lmao2:

http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_d4ad6QlLNEE/S94BTIa6DcI/AAAAAAAAAhI/LPtQbDneX7E/s1600/sarah+palin+double+fisted.jpg

Vilifier of Zombies
09-07-2011, 09:42 PM
This is what Perry really likes.......of course once she's checked for any STD's:

http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2804/4291740275_cb45be5680_o.jpg

Hey mods, can this post be deleted or edited? Or is it alright to post stratospherically large JPEG's? If it's alright, I've got a bunch of thread killing JPEG's of outer-space.

Darmosiel
09-07-2011, 10:04 PM
He maybe yer nightmare: ratfuck, most Americans might actually like him.

Ya, can't wait for the jokes to start. :lmao2:

Hypocrite Rick Perry lies about Raising Taxes- Billions of Dollars of Tax Increases

12:45 on 26 August 2011

You think you're keeping more of your own money? Not in Texas under Rick Perry

NyTimes

Mr. Perry’s most ambitious tax reform came in 2006. He appointed a bipartisan blue-ribbon panel, similar to committees in Congress that have suggested tax changes, to help cobble together a new business tax. Ultimately, the reforms adopted by the Legislature raised cigarette taxes by $1 a pack and vastly increased the number of businesses subject to the state franchise tax, all in exchange for billions of dollars in property tax reductions.

Mr. Perry was strongly criticized at the time by anti-tax conservatives, who said the business tax overhaul, called the margins tax, was an income tax in disguise. Critics also say big refineries and other property-intensive businesses got huge breaks while medium-sized businesses were stuck with higher bills.

Chuck Toudouze, the former owner of the now-closed Toudouze Market in San Antonio, he saw his taxes shoot up over 700 percent (to over $17,000) by 2010, when he closed the grocery warehouse.

Mr. Toudouze said Mr. Perry’s motivation was sincere, and he applauded him for steadfastly opposing a state income tax. But he said the paltry property tax relief that he saw did not make up for Mr. Perry’s business tax increases.

“For it just to continue to go up and to constantly have to fight it, it’s just beleaguering,” Mr. Toudouze said. “Was this a tax increase? Yeah, it was an increase. The margins tax was an increase in tax for us. The property tax cut was just a sick joke.”

The other tax increase is the online sales tax that Perry just signed into law. Wrote about it here-Rick Perry AGAINST Amazon taxes before he was for it.

Yup. Rick Perry is a liar and misrepresents his positions. Woe to the people who don't check out what he says and see what he DOES.

rastaman
09-07-2011, 10:04 PM
Hey mods, can this post be deleted or edited? Or is it alright to post stratospherically large JPEG's? If it's alright, I've got a bunch of thread killing JPEG's of outer-space.

We can make it smaller to be more in line with your nut sack!:lmao2:

Its up to you I'm flexible! Just say please shrink the JPEG to make it the same size as your nut sack. :lmao2:

EldonG
09-07-2011, 10:10 PM
He's been Texas' worst nightmare...I hope he's not inflicted on the whole country.

Vilifier of Zombies
09-07-2011, 10:12 PM
We can make it smaller to be more in line with your nut sack!:lmao2:

Its up to you I'm flexible! Just say please shrink the JPEG to make it the same size as your nut sack. :lmao2:


That's awesome, you're gonna post as if you have some freaky inherent knowledge of my balls, a lefty peeping tom ball gazer.

I posed the question to the mods, if they let it fly, so be it, if not you're gonna have to edit or delete the post, either way, if you loiter or lurk around my windows, trying to get a glimpse of my sack, I'll set out bear traps and fly tape, capture your fuck'n one trick pony self, light you on fire, knock you out with a shovel, then bury you out back with that same shovel...no police involved...never happened...where's rastaman? "I dunno!...who's rastaman? Wasn't he that sock puppet peeping tom? Did you check with the tree huggers or Teamsters? Where's Jimmi Hoffa Sr.?"

OldMercsRule
09-08-2011, 01:02 AM
What normal red blooded American male wouldn't think Palin' is a hot MLIF?

Would ya rather he was limp dick butt pirate rump ranger like you: ratfuck?



Hmmmmm......didn't you hear Perry is Gay!!!!! and a Switch Hitter!!!

By-The-Way.....Perry is the only candidate that eats a Corn Dog with Two Hands.......just like you pole suck with two hands:

When Bubba slams ya with his big sausage do ya squeal like a little piggy: ratfuck?



:lmao2: :banana: :happy: :yay: