Everything You Need to Know About Rick Perry 2012

Rick Perry is a democrat in sheeps clothing.  He plays like he is a hardline conservative and that the Constitution means something, but consider this:

“It’s that after his party switch, Rick Perry said “I will still vote the same principles, only with an R after my name.”

It is that Rick Perry supported Hillary Clinton’s health care plan.

It’s that he pushed for a federal bailout and stimulus funds.

It’s that he supported welfare for illegal immigrants.

It’s that Rick Perry tried to forcibly vaccinate 12-year-old girls against sexually transmitted diseases by Executive Order.

It’s that he raised taxes twice.

It’s that Texas’ state debt has more than doubled during Rick Perry’s tenure as governor – pushing Texas to the brink of our constitutional debt limit.

It’s that Rick Perry supported ALL of these bad ideas that are inconsistent with how most Republicans understand conservatism, but now is trying to swagger his way into the Tea Party.”

Most Republicans will still argue that he is the lesser of two evils if it came down to choosing Rick Perry or Barak Obama.  This is the most widely used argument that I have heard.  Even Christians are caught up in the insanity!  The lesser of two evils is still evil.  The lesser of two evils isn’t an argument that is ever presented as somehow ‘ok’ in the bible.  The lesser of two evils shows a lack of understanding for how a Constitutional Republic is supposed to work!  Voting for the lesser of two evils is not trusting God.  It is poor judgement and media hype that moves Republicans, Christians, and Constitutional minded people to even consider a man like Rick Perry!  Put on the thinking cap and take a bible with you when you go to the voting booth this 2012 election season.  There can be no replacing voting on principle before God.

Visit www.ronpaul2012.com for more on a constitutional candidate!

~ by Majestic on September 16, 2011.

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