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    Re: Looks like Rick Perry's going to jump on the Presidential candidate bandwagon.

    Quote Originally Posted by ksu_aviator View Post
    I don't care what Graham says about anything. He shot off his foot, calf, knee and thigh when he proposed amnesty.
    He's not the only GOP who supports or who supported amnesty--beginning with Reagan.

    Why do you think Walker has walked back his support of comprehensive immigration reform ?
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    Re: Looks like Rick Perry's going to jump on the Presidential candidate bandwagon.

    Quote Originally Posted by Grant View Post
    Despite electing Obama for a second term I still have too much respect for the American electorate to expect they'll vote in Hillary Clinton.
    Get used to it. You guys don't even have a McCain in the current field. You might as well run Sarah Palin....she would probably have a better chance than all of the current clowns.

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    Re: Looks like Rick Perry's going to jump on the Presidential candidate bandwagon.

    How surprising.


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    Re: Looks like Rick Perry's going to jump on the Presidential candidate bandwagon.

    Quote Originally Posted by Grant View Post
    Despite electing Obama for a second term I still have too much respect for the American electorate to expect they'll vote in Hillary Clinton.
    Actually, I'm more excited about Julian Castro...but he is too young and needs more experience. After 8 years as Hillary's VP, he will be ready to take the reins.

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    Re: Looks like Rick Perry's going to jump on the Presidential candidate bandwagon.

    Quote Originally Posted by shrubnose View Post
    What would the Texas secessionists do if their leader got elected president of the USA?

    How do you secede from a nation that your leader is president of?

    I've never heard of that happening. Any ideas on that?
    Perry actually sounded normal over the Jade Helm flap, started by their new idiot governor.
    Perry actually stated that the State Guard should not overlook the National Guard or the USA Army.
    Though he did pander to those afraid of the government--not saying federal though .
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    Re: Looks like Rick Perry's going to jump on the Presidential candidate bandwagon.

    Quote Originally Posted by JumpinJack View Post
    When Rick Perry, Governor of Texas, got those thick black rimmed glasses a couple of years ago, I thought to myself, "Okay....he's going to be running for President again."

    It looks like he's going to jump in and go for it, again.


    Perry announcing June 4 if he is running for president again


    Let the speechifying begin.




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    Re: Looks like Rick Perry's going to jump on the Presidential candidate bandwagon.

    Quote Originally Posted by disneydude View Post
    Actually, I'm more excited about Julian Castro...but he is too young and needs more experience.
    After 8 years as Hillary's VP, he will be ready to take the reins.
    The Castro's will have their hands full with J.E.B.'s son, who was elected land commissioner, a stepping stone to the Governor's job .
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    Re: Looks like Rick Perry's going to jump on the Presidential candidate bandwagon.

    Quote Originally Posted by NIMBY View Post
    The Castro's will have their hands full with J.E.B.'s son, who was elected land commissioner, a stepping stone to the Governor's job .
    I agree that potentially he could be a candidate in the future...but I don't think Julian needs to be concerned...he's a few years behind.

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    Re: Looks like Rick Perry's going to jump on the Presidential candidate bandwagon.

    Quote Originally Posted by ksu_aviator View Post
    Uh...no. The three contenders will be Bush, Cruz and Walker (with the caveat that Christie might run and be the 4th). They have name recognition. They have outspoken views. They do a good job of delivering their message. They are all capable of winning the Presidency.
    Where as the Democrat party is running a failed Secretary of State and a socialist.


    Who will be the next president of the USA because the GOP won't run anyone who could beat her.

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    Re: Looks like Rick Perry's going to jump on the Presidential candidate bandwagon.

    Quote Originally Posted by Grant View Post
    Despite electing Obama for a second term I still have too much respect for the American electorate to expect they'll vote in Hillary Clinton.
    It really a no-brainer when you have yet another Bush against a Clinton. Clinton is a way more popular President than Bush and voters don't want another recession either. Republicans are known for their recessions (8 of the last 9 have been under GOP administrations) and GW Bush had 2 and the last one was a whopper not easily forgotten.
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