Parody of Ricky Perry’s recent campaign ad. (x)
Hillary Clinton gives a speech in support of international gay rights. Rick Perry makes a YouTube video attacking gays in his own country.
That’s the difference.
There ya go.
fuck rick perry.
This is probably one of the most privileged statements I have ever heard in my entire goddamn life. How fucking clueless can you be to say something as ignorant as “money is overrated.”
I am trembling with anger from this. Go fuck yourself in the worse possible way you bullshit, irrelevant, incoherent, scum-sucking, murdering, Bush wannabe!
(ughhhhh. because that is *obviously* the only kind of family structure that works… sigh.)
I think he thought he was being charming but really all he’s done is made us ask “So exactly HOW much can you be bought for then?”
Rick Perry. The Texas governor conceded his book, “Fed Up!”, published last year, continues to be a goldmine for his detractors.
Knowing about how Perry thinks is bad for his career. Interesting concept. (via liberalsarecool)
He later added “This is making it really hard to lie about what I plan to do to the country.”
This past Saturday in Houston, several thousand people gathered for a day of prayer. From the stage, radical leaders led the audience in sometimes wild chants calling for God to intervene on the alleged moral crises facing the traditional family; while others called for prayer to break out in every classroom across the country.
Most disturbing of all, the event was organized and keynoted by Governor Rick Perry – who was elected to represent all Texans and is rumored to announce his candidacy for the presidency in the next few days. He partnered with some of the most viciously anti-gay groups in the country on The Response, including the American Family Association (AFA) – who footed the bill for the day of prayer.
Despite this, Governor Perry thanked the hate group directly, saying:
“I want to thank those people who worked so hard to make this day a reality, including Mr. Don Wildmon of the American Family Association, Louis Cataldo, yea, Doug Stringer of Turning Point Ministries.”
Watch video of Governor Perry thanking his anti-gay associates, and then sign our petition telling Governor Perry: your extremism is not becoming of any elected official, particularly one who has ambitions to represent all Americans as President of the United States.
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