You may be a wingnut

 Posted by at 11:46  Politics, Republicans
Feb 232010
 

As you may be aware, Rick “Goodhair” Perry and Kay Bailey “Bush Lackey” Hutchison are engaged in a battle here in Texas for the Republican gubernatorial nomination. Perry is the likely winner. He’s really got the Tea Party nuts excited down here. (Sarah Palin has even come down to campaign for him.)

I wanted to share with you Perry’s latest television ad just to give you an idea of what we are putting up with in the Lone Star State. Do you remember those old “You may be a redneck if” jokes? Well, you may be wingnut if you like what Governor Goodhair has to say in this ad of his…

Translation: “There’s a black guy in the White House and we just ain’t gonna put up with that nonsense.”

Where was this doofus while George W. Bush and his minions were really destroying the Constitution? They were really quiet then, weren’t they?

P.S. If you watch this video, please refrain from throwing any hard objects at your computer monitor. Neither I nor this website will be liable for any resulting damages.

P.P.S. This video is not a joke. It is an actual television ad currently being run in Texas by the Perry campaign. It really is.
 

  10 Responses to “You may be a wingnut”

  1. I’ll bet he wins. Just saying.

  2. well there are wingnuts in every party.

  3. I forgot to add and every where you look in every state.Just my opion.

  4. He says he rejected federal dollars “with strings attached” because Texans know what’s best for Texas. Does that mean that they’ll gladly grab any cash as long as there are absolutely no restrictions on how it is used (such as government contracts only being rewarded if there is some effort toward including those who may not be part of the good ol’ white boy network and that kind of thing)? Sounds about right – give us money, but don’t meddle in our business.

    Fine by me if Texas doesn’t want their share of the stimulus. Lots of states, Michigan included, will gladly take their share of the money – strings and all.

  5. Hooooo boy, the next few years are going to be a wild ride….why is America so prone to over-reacting?? It’s wacky.

  6. Oh and I suppose if Katrina had hit Texas he would’ve objected to FEMA coming in to help? It’s a Federal agency, after all, and apparently according to him that would be against the 10th Amendment! @@

    What a wack job.

  7. where are you getting the racism in this ad? I hear a platitude about Washington being broken, a non specific criticism of health and energy policies, a call for smaller government, and an appeal to a part of the constitution that has absolutely nothing to do with race.

    it seems to me that because he is wearing a leather jacket and has a southern accent you automatically assume him to be a racist hick.

  8. @ Gillmore:
    I’m not assuming anything.

  9. I’ve always thought that Texas is the bunghole through which the political proctologists determine how cancerous the colon of the NOMF really is and then tell the rest of the universe that the information is classified. Che told me he envied my living in the belly of the beast, and I told him to blow me. Texans couldn’t blow the foam off an orca’s dick as Sea World.

    Oooo. Oooo. Oooo.

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