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Gov. Rick Perry Supports Texas Sovereignty

April 14th, 2009 . by TexasFred

Gov. Rick Perry Supports Texas Sovereignty

I am guessing that Homeland Security is going to have to turn the entire state of Texas into some kind of a detention camp. Watch this video, the 1st half is very powerful in what Governor Perry has to say concerning Texas Sovereignty, HCR 50. The 2nd half is quite informative as well.

And to Texas folks, I want to ask you a few questions. What have you heard from Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison lately? Have you heard one word from her concerning Texas sovereignty? Have you heard so much as one word from Socialist Senator Hutchison concerning the Texas Tea Parties on Tax Day? Have you heard anything from her concerning the securing of our border with Mexico??

How about that?? Pretty quiet from the woman that was once thought to be the best thing Texas ever produced. Kay Bailey Hutchison wants to come home and run for Governor, run against Rick Perry. That is her decision to make. As for me, I will NEVER support Kay Bailey Hutchison and I hope she is headed for a long and quiet retirement.

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12 Responses to “Gov. Rick Perry Supports Texas Sovereignty”

  1. comment number 1 by: mrchuck

    It sure looks like the time has come to stand up and support the State in which you live.
    Tomorrow is the day.

    It will be interesting to see how many “reporters” and photographers show up to photograph the “tea parties’, and attendees!
    It would not surprise me to see Obama spies at each party.
    This is how all world socialists have kept their power.

  2. comment number 2 by: Malinda777

    I’m so jealous and yet so PROUD of my home state :) We fought hard and sent lots of letters, but sovereignty legislation died in Nevada before it even went through committee. Our Lib legislature wouldn’t even consider it AT ALL!

    I’ll be out with my signs tomorrow though RIGHT IN FRONT of the place where moonbats are holding a $2000 per head reception / fund-raiser for the DIS-honorable Harry Reid. We have red “Reject Reid 2010″ T-shirts, and we made T-Bag necklaces with elephants & ribbons. It will be a pleasure to BOO him as he enters his grotto with his sheeple followers :)

    Perhaps if Texas actually DOES go far with the sovereignty thing it might open the eyes of other states to follow. Kudos Gov. Perry from Nevada :)

  3. comment number 3 by: Vigilante

    Dammmmmmmmm!!!!! Hooray for Governor Perry, a politician with balls. NOW, if he can tell that muslim POS to go get sodomized and take his fellow ass kissers, reid, pelosi, with him, it’ll be a great day for Texans. I’m thinking, just like Malinda 777, that nothing will happen here in Wa. State because of all the liberal pricks, er ….I mean pukes. They are all a bunch of ass kissin acorn lovers that stold the election for govenor and they are to dam lazy to actually get off their dead asses and stand up for America’s Constitution.
    All they know is tax and spend and wonder why businesses are moving out of state. Duhhh Like I said before Fred…….
    ya got room for one more??????

  4. comment number 4 by: TexasFred

    We’ll leave the light on for ya!! :D


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  6. comment number 6 by: Bloviating Zeppelin

    Silence from Hutchinson because she’s testing the air to see which way the wind is blowing and, right now, she thinks it AIN’T with y’all.

    If Obama is going to screw this nation and change government, then apparently you have a governor who doesn’t mind his OWN version of CHANGE either.

    BZ

  7. comment number 7 by: Kate

    I may live in Tennessee, but I will ALWAYS be a Texan! :D

  8. comment number 8 by: Texas Cowgirl

    Well, according to the new definition of rightwing extremist, I guess Rick Perry qualifies as a rightwing extremist and therefore must be watched closely by Homeland Security.

  9. comment number 9 by: extexan

    More than ever, I am proud to be a Texan…even though I live in Virginia now. Govenor Perry makes me swell with pride and patriotism!

    Tomorrow my husband (also an extexan) and I will be in Washington, DC for our “tea party”. Neither of us has ever protested anything, but we have had our fill of our federal government taking over our lives within our very homes.

    We now have to have government approved toilets. Not so far in the future, our light bulbs will be mandated. The spider’s web is spreading into every aspect of our lives. The question is: How far will we let this go?

    I, for one, say let us return to the America that we have loved! The Texas spirit in us is alive and well!

  10. comment number 10 by: mynameismud

    We all should praise, Gov. Rick Perry, this is exactly the beginning we’ve been waiting for, a big step in the right direction. With Texas being such a powerful state, it will make it much more welcome for other states to follow suit, and put their foot down to this so-called gov’t we have. Bravo

  11. comment number 11 by: Patrick Sperry

    Way to go Governor Perry! Please note folks, that he said the entire nation, not just Texas. That’s leadership, not parochialism or local politics. Perry as a POTUS? Just maybe…

  12. comment number 12 by: jd3

    This isn’t new….read the history of John Calhoun of South Carolina…..Andy Jackson as President told him he would send Federal troops to South Carolina when they were about to pass a nullification law in SC….I still contend that secession wasn’t illegal in 1861…..and any lawsuits regarding the first one would be valid since laws were passed after that time…ex post facto…..it is also notable that New York and Virginia included clauses allowing them to secede when they approved statehood….hmmmm…..the States Rights issues have long been overshadowed by the slavery issues….(I cannot imagine any human being not abhorring slavery in any form)….but States Rights issues were a major part of the issues of the day….and the tariffs imposed by Congress to favor northern manufacturers…also overshadowed by the abolitionist fervor…the truth is the south would have soon run it’s course with cotton and slavery…..and the truth is that Honest Abe himself broke the law…and suspended habeas corpus amongst other things….the northern states were not run to the letter of the Constitution during that time either….the bottom line is that it was not the intention of the founding fathers that the Federal Government become large and over rule states rights…..well guess what?…..We now have a too large Federal Government that is out of control and not acting in the interest of any state….they don’t even manage our tax dollars well wasting money each and every year…..if that money remained in the State it would be managed a lot better…not wonderful as government is government but better…..I am going to go have a cup of tea now….I meant coffee of course…my tea bags are in DC…..