“I wish my son and my daughter were here with us today. They would truly enjoy this, but from my perspective that’s part of America is walking across that hillside with one of your children hunting whatever it might be, being able to teach the safety, being able to teach the use of firearms, respect them and obviously the ability to protect yourself and your family if that’s required and to know those skills and that very important part of protecting America and defending the second amendment.” – Presidential candidate Rick Perry on hunting whatever it might be, gun safety, personal self-defense, national defense and armed insurrection.

16 Responses to Quote of the Day: Run On Rick Perry Edition

  1. Except for the fact he supports illegal immigrants going to school on my dime. Nope, no thank you, come back when you are not a RHINO.

    • Every GOP candidate has flaws. Is there a non-RHINO you prefer?

      Don’t get me wrong. I don’t particularly like any of them, but I will vote and contribute to the GOP nominee.

  2. After his stunt with the vaccines I want nothing to do with Rick Perry. I think he plays the Constitutionalist when it’s convenient but he show support of things like the Patriot Act that violate the Constitution up and down.

      • The difference is that Steve Jobs was and Bill Gates is intelligent. The impression you get from Perry is that he was lucky to get a C- and has no real critical thinking skills of his own.

        If you can’t comprehend evolution by natural/sexual selection, and you can’t comprehend the CO2 cycle, you shouldn’t be President. Period.

        Obama should be very easy for the Republicans to knock off, very easy. They’re making it hard on themselves. It’s odd, but it’s early. Other than Paul there isn’t a single one of those candidates that I’d vote for.

  3. I think Rick Perry is so bad that even the one-issue gun-rights voters will stay away.

    The whole thing is rigged anyway, to give Obama a second term, don’t you see that? What else could account for the characters fighting for the GOP nod. One’s worse than the other.

    • I think that has to be the case. Rigged so that the Republicans can lose, and blame everything on Obama. Of course, Obama is in charge as much as Ronald McDonald is at the burger joint.

    • I have no foil hat, so I can’t agree on things being rigged. But Obama has strengths: Fundraising, an ankle-grabbing catamite media, and incumbency.

      That said, his record isn’t stellar and the electoral math looks tough. Florida could be key. Obama cutouts (like Soros) need to start a FL ad / media campaign with seniors resorting to Dog Food under a GOP president.

  4. If you don’t support Ron Paul, you don’t support Thomas Jefferson and Patrick Henry…or the Constitution for that matter.

    • My goodness you sure make taking it easy look glamourous! (At least I feel better for wearing my wacky vintage &qntu;louuge&qtoo; gowns around the house!) The trick with the vodka is an old antique & vintage seller's trick for things too delicate to handle a rough wash or dry cleaning. You can stuff old leather bags with newspaper to get out any mustiness as well. XXX

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