Comment of the Day: It Was Those Crafty Zionists Who Kept Rick Perry Down!
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We wrote about how if Rick Perry had not been so Rick Perry on the GOP primary campaign trail, he would have been kicking Obama's ass right now.
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One reader took off the tinfoil long enough to let us all in on how it's the Zionists holding Perry back.
Pete Wagner wrote:
You have to peel back the onion further on this, Terrance. If it weren't "oops" and the rest, it would have been something else just as trivial. Yes, the establishment didn't want Perry because he's Perry, but their issues with him were in the deeper undercurrent. 1) Perry wants to end life-terms for judges and hates trial lawyers (who together represent a pillar of zio-amerikan power). 2) Perry wants to eliminate central programming, downsize Washington and decentralize its power to the states. 3) Perry would take over the fed and crack down on wall street. In short, a Perry presidency would essentially have been a coup on the PTB (zionist bankers). Fortunately for the latter, mainstream media (zio-henchmen) easily took Perry out. As for the Iowa results and all that polling, ...just as flimsy as Romney's mainstream appeal. In short, we were shammed again by the usual suspects.
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