Rick Perry is Running for President
by Judson Phillips
The statement Rick Perry is running for President should not come as a shock to anyone. Perry has not announced for President yet, but he will. It is only a matter of time.
He is hard at work lining up not only supporters but according to my sources even more importantly lining up fundraisers. A campaign needs many things but most of all, it needs money. With the Obama campaign on track to raise a billion dollars legally and probably as much illegally, any Republican is going to need a lot of money.
But what does it mean when Perry jumps into the race?
It is the curveball that will throw the race into confusion.
The big loser will be Mitt Romney. We all know Romney is a RINO and he is a very flawed candidate. Romney cannot run against Obama on Obamacare. He did Romneycare in Massachusetts. While there are arguments about exactly how much he did, he has been hung with it. Obama has claimed Romneycare was the inspiration for Obamacare. Romney gave the come back at the first debate that Obama should have called him and he would have said it does not work. Nice retort but that does not work. Not only do most people not believe it but in the era of soundbites, that one just isn't going to cut it.
The second issue that Romney is so flawed on is jobs. Romney touts his private sector experience. He was with Baine Capital, which provided investment capital for companies to buy out other companies or shareholders. Frequently the end result from those investments was layoffs from the companies. The layoffs may well have been justified. That is the nature of the private sector. Sometimes you hire and sometimes you fire. A company in the private sector must remain profitable.
Unfortunately for Romney, the commercials are already scripted. When he starts talking about the Obama depression and people out of work because of it, the Party of Treason is going to have workers fired from the companies that Baine provided capital for talking about how they were sacked.
Surprisingly, Michele Bachmann is also going to suffer from Perry's entry. Bachmann is an exciting candidate who comes from the Tea Party. She is committed to Tea Party principles. Perry makes a similar claim, but to a lesser degree. Many will argue about his Tea Party cred but he will pull some from Bachmann. In a recent Tea Party Nation poll, Bachmann, not surprisingly was the top vote getter with almost 45% of the vote. In what could be called a surprise, Perry, an unannounced candidate came in second with 18% of the vote, beating out Sarah Palin.
Some of the minor players are going to suffer from a Perry candidacy as well. When he announces, that could be the death knell for Tim Pawlenty's campaign as well as that of Newt Gingrich. Money has been hard for both of them to come up with and many GOP heavy hitters are still sitting on the sidelines, waiting.
Perry also brings one other feature to the race. He may be the one candidate that can unite the Republican Party. He maybe the one who can get support from both the establishment GOP and from the Tea Party. Romney cannot get Tea Party support. If Romney is the nominee, the Tea Party will not support him the way a Bachmann or even a Perry will draw support.
Bachmann is a fresh voice on the scene. While many of the chattering class have written her off, she has been working quietly behind the scenes to build a real GOP organization. But getting the establishment firmly behind her this time maybe a bridge too far, and some RINOs may well split off if she is the nominee. We saw something similar in Minnesota last year, where some "moderate" Republicans refused to support the conservative Republican nominee and floated a "moderate" candidate out there. The moderate drew 11,000 votes and Socialist Governor Mark Dayton won by 9,000.
Perry may be the one Republican who can unite the GOP in 2012 in a run against Obama.
For what ever flaws he may have, that is something conservatives will have to think long and hard about as they decide who they are going to support.
Yes. When are we going to get over the notion that we must consistently support RHINOS or others who do not share our values and certainly not willing to stand firm on any issue. We do not want to dictate morals or decency, we simply DO NOT WANT TO FUND THEM. The best way to get rid of bad behavior is to stop enabling it. There are consequences for our actions and it is time that individuals and businesses are expected to take their lumps without government being there to soften the blow.
I do not believe the Independents will vote for Obama this time out. The Republican Party is counting on the base no matter who the nominee is and some Independents. The race is ripe for a continuation of the same old same old that continues because we are ready once again to settle for the lessor of two evils. Some Democrats have been painted with a bad brush. Many are not pro-death. They believe in fair play. They are Church people. They get up everyday and go to work. They love this country. Maybe 2012 is the time to run a conservative with values to attract people from the Republican base, Independents, and Democrats who did not sign up for Obama's Socialism.
Can 2012 be the year we refuse to settle?
If they are just a harmless group of guys, then what would be so terrible if he was a member?
If they have absolutely no control on what goes on in America, then don't worry about people saying that he's a member, since it means absolutely nothing to you.
All of these groups have "information" for the Joe Public to absorb. Hell, CFR has all kinds of fluffy things written about their organization. Of course there is information available for the sheeple.
Don't believe everything you read. They run the show. Think back on all the things that happen that dont make sense. The open borders, Fast and Furious, Obama being President, the entire white house staff under Obama and Bush and Clinton,....all members of one of these groups. The vaccines that they spend billions advertising and pushing on the public (World Health Org = Rockefeller), the wall street payoff, the global warming hoax, the chemicals that are constantly being sprayed in our skies that are causing cancer, morgellans, autism, etc, and HAARP. Senate Bill 517, HB 2995, 911, and all the facts that point toward that being some type of "injected event". The mysterious stomach viruses showing up in Germany, that have been 100% proven to be man made, because they contain glue. Kennedy assasinations - way too many inconsistencies there to list, and John Jr's mysterious plane crash, the oil spill in the gulf that was actually a controlled release of oil, The list goes on and on.... This is what they do in the meeting held by Bilderberg, CFR and the Trilateral Group. Look closely at the czars and staff under Obama. They are some of the most outspoken communists that ever walked the earth.
And not one person in Congress has a problem with that? How can you think that there are not outside forces controlling this crap who do NOT have America's best interest at heart. That is insane.
Please click this link: Bilderberg Members, then scroll down to U.S. Governors. There are two.
You may be surprised who one of them is.
Judson does not think they are a dangerous group, however, respectfully disagreeing with the TPN leader, I do.
The elites have spent the recent weeks crash-indoctrinating Perry to become their new candidate of choice, replacing Romney, should Obama not regain strength by election time. Perry's involvement in elite interests goes well beyond the Bilderbergers visit. Spend a little time researching the guy before drawing your conclusions.
Perry (and Guilianni) has been an active supporter of development of the North American Union and the trans-texas highway. This is not new news. In addition, one must think about why he was selected to speak at the Bilderbergers meeting in 2007. That wasn't just by chance. Further, his association with that class of elites did not dissolve on the plane ride home. It's safe to bet that relationships have quietly grown since then. Not the kind of relationships you want to have running our country. If you don't think this is important, then you might as well just keep the current regime in office and enjoy the ride into marxism.
Finally, if you need more evidence, simply watch the money. Especially the big money. If Perry gets in you'll see it change and the big money will be flowing from the elites and their friends. Watch closely.
Our candidate has yet to surface.
Dave3200, You are so right! I replied to Colleen Lass not your response about this. Amazing how misleading this is when someone deletes their message and mine bumps up to the next person. Sorry no offense. It's a computer program glitch.
You know the one world order, as described by Bush Sr, is trying very hard to be in control. I've read the UN's Agenda 21. By the way Bill Clinton signed off on it, too. So present parties are well represented in the movement. Not everyone of them has the demise of the populous in their hearts like Soros; but, some do for control and more for them. Gee, Soros is 30 something on the list of wealthiest people; but, he doesn't think right. Too much exposure to Nazi atrocities and fear of it. He's damaged. But he's political and loves the power in a not so normal way. They, the Bilderbergs and other behind the scenes groups, just think the world is doomed if they don't rigidly impose their plan. Rick Perry has made himself available to their whims and is going forward with their scheme of things. It's been going on since the mid '90s and is planned out for the next 50 years. How pessimistic and shortsighted is the agenda's plan!? We know that we do not align with the UN. They are not God. God is in control. I don't want to be controlled with their little vision and hand it up to God to put in place His choice to lead this great country.