When asked by a FOX News interviewer why he seems to be more popular outside his home state than he is within it, Texas governor and probable candidate for the Republican presidential nomination Rick Perry answered that “a prophet is generally not loved in their hometown.”
So Governor Goodhair thinks he’s a prophet, does he? Perhaps that explains his call for all Texans to pray for rain during the recent wildfires in our state or the prayer meeting he will be holding in August to ask Jesus for solutions to our country’s problems.
The man certainly thinks highly of himself. This is probably good because so few who really know him do.