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HonestChieffan
08-18-2011, 12:43 PM
(Salon) — An Austin Ron Paul supporter has taken out a full-page ad in the local alt weekly newspaper seeking any “stripper . . . escort . . . or ‘young hottie’” who has slept with Rick Perry, part of his single-minded jihad against the presidential candidate.



Read more..http://www.salon.com/news/politics/war_room/2011/08/18/rick_perry_women_ad/index.html

BucEyedPea
08-18-2011, 01:11 PM
Maybe it's a plant by the skeer'd Establishment GOP-bots or this is just troll-bot stuff.

Never know. I can see you're brimming with substantial points to argue on Paul's ideas when you have to go after one supporter as if Paul even knows the guy.

ChiefaRoo
08-18-2011, 01:51 PM
Maybe it's a plant by the skeer'd Establishment GOP-bots or this is just troll-bot stuff.

Never know. I can see you're brimming with substantial points to argue on Paul's ideas when you have to go after one supporter as if Paul even knows the guy.

It doesn't matter.

KILLER_CLOWN
08-18-2011, 01:55 PM
I'm sure there are plenty of skeletons in this holy mans closet, let's see if this is one of them.

KILLER_CLOWN
08-18-2011, 02:00 PM
Rick Perry’s Bad Medicine

Written on August 18, 2011 by Michelle Malkin

Texas, we have a problem. Your GOP governor is running for president against Barack Obama. Yet, one of his most infamous acts as executive of the nation’s second-largest state smacks of every worst habit of the Obama administration. And his newly crafted rationalizations for the atrocious decision are positively Clintonesque.

In February 2007, Texas Gov. Rick Perry signed a shocking executive order forcing every sixth-grade girl to submit to a three-jab regimen of the Gardasil vaccine. He also forced state health officials to make the vaccine available “free” to girls ages 9 to 18. The drug, promoted by manufacturer Merck as an effective shield against the sexually transmitted human papillomavirus (HPV) and genital warts, as well as cervical cancer, had only been approved by the Food and Drug Administration eight months prior to Perry’s edict.

Gardasil’s wear-off time and long-term side effects have yet to be determined. “Serious questions” remain about its “overall effectiveness,” according to the Journal of the American Medical Association. Even the chair of the federal panel that recommended Gardasil for children opposes mandating it as a condition of school enrollment. Young girls and boys are simply not at an increased risk of contracting HPV in the classroom the way they are at risk of contracting measles or other school-age communicable diseases.

Perry defenders pointed to a bogus “opt-out” provision in his mandate “to protect the right of parents to be the final authority on their children’s health care.” But requiring parents to seek the government’s permission to keep an untested drug out of their kids’ veins is a plain usurpation of their authority. Translation: Ask your bureaucratic overlord to determine if a Gardasil waiver is right for you.

Libertarians and social conservatives alike slammed Perry’s reckless disregard for parental rights and individual liberty. The Republican-dominated legislature also balked. In May 2007, both chambers passed bills overturning the governor’s unilaterally imposed health order.

Fast-forward five years. After announcing his 2012 presidential bid this weekend, Perry now admits he “didn’t do my research well enough” on the Gardasil vaccine before stuffing his bad medicine down Texans’ throats. On Monday, he added: “That particular issue is one that I readily stand up and say I made a mistake on. I listened to the legislature … and I agreed with their decision.”

Perry downplayed his underhanded maneuver as an aberrational “error,” and then — gobsmackingly — he spun the debacle as a display of his great character: “One of the things I do pride myself on, I listen. When the electorate says, ‘Hey, that’s not what we want to do,’ we backed up, took a look at what we did.”

Are these non-apology apologies enough to quell the concerns of voters looking for a presidential candidate who will provide a clear, unmistakable contrast to Barack Obama? Not by a long shot.

How Obama-like was this scandal? Let us count the ways:

Trampling the deliberative process. Since Day One, President Obama has short-circuited transparency, public debate and congressional oversight. How can Perry effectively challenge the White House’s czar fetish, stealth recess appointments, selective waiver-mania and backdoor legislating through administrative orders when Perry himself employed the very same process as governor?

Not only did Perry defend going above the heads of elected state legislators, but his office also falsely claimed the legislature had no right to repeal the executive order. “The order is effective until Perry or a successor changes it, and the Legislature has no authority to repeal it,” Perry spokeswoman Krista Moody told The Washington Post in February 2007.

When both the House and Senate repealed the law six weeks later, Perry did not — as he now claims — listen humbly or “agree with their decision.”

Human shield demagoguery. In response to the legislature’s rebuke, the infuriated governor attacked those who supported repeal as “shameful” spreaders of “misinformation” who were putting “women’s lives” at risk. Borrowing a tried-and-true Alinskyite page from the progressive left, Perry surrounded himself with female cervical cancer victims and deflected criticism of his imperial tactics with emotional anecdotes.

He then lionized himself and the minority of politicians who voted against repeal of his Gardasil order. “They will never have to think twice about whether they did the right thing. No lost lives will occupy the confines of their conscience, sacrificed on the altar of political expediency.” Perry, of course, has now put his own ghastly Gardasil order on that same altar — but with no apology to all those he demonized and exploited along the way.

Cronyism. Most noxious of all, Perry wraps his big government health mandate in the “pro-life” mantle. But the do-gooder theater is a distraction from the business-as-usual back-scratching and astro-turfing that are Obama hallmarks. Perry’s former chief of staff Mike Toomey is a top Merck lobbyist. Toomey’s mother-in-law headed a Merck-funded front group pushing vaccination mandates. And Merck’s political action committee pitched in $6,000 to Perry’s re-election campaign in 2007.

The PerryCare executive fiat was not simply a one-off mistake explained away by lack of “research.” It exposed a fundamental lapse in both political and policy judgments, an appalling lack of ethics and a disturbing willingness to smear principled defenders of limited government who object to the Nanny State using their children as guinea pigs.

Trusting Rick Perry’s tea party credentials is a perilous shot in the dark.

Michelle Malkin is the author of “Culture of Corruption: Obama and his Team of Tax Cheats, Crooks & Cronies” (Regnery 2010). Her e-mail address is malkinblog@gmail.co

http://patriotupdate.com/articles/rick-perrys-bad-medicine

BucEyedPea
08-18-2011, 02:51 PM
It doesn't matter.
It does to HCf...especially since his thread title contains a LIE—he pluralized Paulbots to make it look like it's all of them when it was one. Typical NeoCon BS.

BTW Mitt Romney supports Helicopter Ben Bernanke.

evenfall
08-18-2011, 03:41 PM
...and the ears of a whole state full of broke strippers and whores perk up, whether they have ever actually met him or not, at the thought of a quick buck, some name recognition, maybe even a playboy spread. (No pun intended)

orange
08-18-2011, 03:49 PM
...and the ears of a whole state full of broke strippers and whores perk up, whether they have ever actually met him or not, at the thought of a quick buck, some name recognition, maybe even a playboy spread. (No pun intended)

If the other rumors about him are true, it would be more likely a Playgirl spread.

BucEyedPea
08-18-2011, 05:07 PM
If only the neocons* realized how Obama is one of them. * sigh *

*patteeu, HCf and donger... possibly evenfall.

Taco John
08-18-2011, 05:24 PM
It's so awesome that the ad was done in Star Wars font.

FD
08-18-2011, 05:41 PM
If the other rumors about him are true, it would be more likely a Playgirl spread.

I've been waiting for people outside of Texas to catch on to this one.

evenfall
08-18-2011, 07:13 PM
If only the neocons* realized how Obama is one of them. * sigh *

*patteeu, HCf and donger... possibly evenfall.

What makes you say I am a neocon, again?

Mr. Kotter
08-18-2011, 07:17 PM
Fair game. Since Clinton...pols ought to know better. Period.

Saul Good
08-18-2011, 07:23 PM
The only thing Democrats like more than calling conservatives homophobes is calling them gay slurs.

Saul Good
08-18-2011, 07:26 PM
What makes you say I am a neocon, again?

If you support a Republican other than RP, you're a neocon. Aren't Paulites charming people.

RP supporter 1: Why can't we catch more flies?
RP supporter 2: We probably haven't added enough vinegar.

HonestChieffan
08-18-2011, 07:45 PM
If you support a Republican other than RP, you're a neocon. Aren't Paulites charming people.

RP supporter 1: Why can't we catch more flies?
RP supporter 2: We probably haven't added enough vinegar.


Bingo

orange
08-18-2011, 07:54 PM
The only thing Democrats like more than calling conservatives homophobes is calling them gay slurs.

Because that's just exactly what happened. Yep.

http://images.salon.com/news/politics/war_room/2011/08/18/rick_perry_women_ad/morrowadbig.jpg

Robert Morrow, CASH president and Democrat supporter of Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul :

"Note to gay people: If you know the truth about Rick, please QUIT covering for him."

Nothing Saul Good likes more than misrepresenting everything he sees wrong with the world as "the left did it." But he's a Moderate! Honest.

evenfall
08-18-2011, 07:55 PM
If you support a Republican other than RP, you're a neocon. Aren't Paulites charming people.

RP supporter 1: Why can't we catch more flies?
RP supporter 2: We probably haven't added enough vinegar.

I don't have a candidate, at this point.

BucEyedPea
08-18-2011, 08:07 PM
If you support a Republican other than RP, you're a neocon. Aren't Paulites charming people.

RP supporter 1: Why can't we catch more flies?
RP supporter 2: We probably haven't added enough vinegar.

No, that is false...and that's also a strawman. Quit misrepresenting or putting words in my mouth. I said evenfall was possibly one. You can usually, at least begin to tell, if they trail Paul threads and posts with a certain type of negativity and argument. Like HCf and patteeu. Although pat will at least give you an argument. HCf can't do even that. There's about 3-4 real NCs here. Nearly all the R candidates are NeoCons or TheoCons
(Useful Idiots for the NCs by pushing their buttons on Israel ) with Romney just being a RINO.

BucEyedPea
08-18-2011, 08:09 PM
Nothing Saul Good likes more than misrepresenting everything he sees wrong with the world as "the left did it." But he's a Moderate! Honest.

Kinda like what he's doing here regarding what I said. I think I might have hit on the truth. That's usually what creates such a reaction.

BucEyedPea
08-18-2011, 08:10 PM
What makes you say I am a neocon, again?

May I ask what you don't understand about the word "possibly?"

I think you need to go back and re-read what I posted. Along with Saul.