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Rock'n chair Rambler  
Over Taxed, TX  
October 28, 2011 9:57am
 
"Tea Party candidates are no match for the mormons. "

Speaking of matches, it's time to light one because it's starting to stink in here.

And I don't just mean because of the above quoted comment, but Perry's campaign is a bit ripe as well. Who the heck is advising him? Is Forbes really this lame? How do you get to be as wealthy as Forbes and be so politically challenged to endorse Perry? OK, he was born into it, but still.....

Did he not watch the debates? Forbes already tried to run on this kind of half-baked socialist progressive UN-flat tax nonsense and failed miserably. So, the first guy that comes along and throws it out there in desperation because he's falling faster in the polls than Palin's reality TV show, Forbes jumps out and endorses him.

And could someone please explain what being a Mormon has to do with anything? We've elected a half-black socialist, America hating muslim converted to the black liberation theology church of Rev. Wright, but now suddenly being Mormon is an issue? HUH???

Mormons are really into clean living, genealogy and really good organ music. Is that it? Really? And maybe, just maybe, somewhere in the back woods of Utah there might be a few guys who like more than one wife and profess to be Mormon. Well heck, anybody that can handle living with more than one woman at a time is a better man than I, and deserves to be left alone to do so, as long as his 45 children aren't on welfare and the free lunch program.

If Perry wants some help on his debating skills, he should call up Debra Medina. Just don't ask her about the Truthers.
     
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