Thursday, January 31, 2008

With Giuliani out, Texas Governor Rick Perry Endorses McCain

Texas Governor Rick Perry today endorsed U.S. Senator John McCain for the Republican presidential nomination, a day after the governor's first favorite candidate, Rudy Giuliani, dropped out of the race.

I have four words about this:


nunoftheabove said...

Pretty Boy Rick does two things well: Put on his "game face" and ride coat tails.

Note that governing is not in either of those two observations. That omission is not unintentional. Texans will be as happy to see Rick's moving van on the road to DC as the Arkansans were the see the Bill and Hillary show leave their fair state in 1992.

Texas Truth said...

nunoftheabove: I am impressed with your knowledge of the Clintons. I have expressed the same sentiment for years and many think I am crazy.

I have relatives in Arkansas who specifically voted for Bill for President because they wanted him out of Arkansas. They told me his non-consecutive terms as Governor was the absolutely the worst that Arkansas had seen in their lifetimes.

Many, including me, feel the same way about Slick Rick. He had accomplished virtually nothing in Texas during his time as Governor and I would welcome his departure. He is no conservative. HE IS A RINO TO THE Nth DEGREE.