Monday, April 9, 2012

Governor Rick Perry Of Texas - The Governor Who Committed Murder.

A Letter From The Re-elect a Scumbag Campaign.

From: Dwayne Horner ..
Subject: Please help re-elect Governor Perry
Date: Thursday, August 26, 2010, 9:01 AM

Hi w,

My name is Dwayne Horner and I serve as the Dallas Area field director for Governor Perry's campaign. I am writing to introduce myself and ask for your support to re-elect Gov. Perry. With the campaign in full swing and less than 70 days left till election day, we need your help to send a clear message to the liberal left across this country.

The most important way you can help during these remaining days is by signing up to become a Perry Home Headquarters, which is simply helping us find others like you who support Governor Perry. This program also allows you to use social networking tools via Facebook, Twitter, and e-mail for recruiting supporters.

You can sign up by simply clicking this link:

If you need anything else between now and election day, please do not hesitate to contact me.

On to victory

Criminal, Unethical, Murderous Rick Perry

Cameron Todd Willingham
Cameron Todd Willingham

My Most Heartfelt Reply.

Ever heard of Cameron Todd Willingham??? Rick Perry can't even admit that the state of Texas executed a man who most certainly DID NOT commit the crime that he was murdered by Rick Perry's government for.

I admit when I'm wrong. I'm wrong most of the day long-however, I do not support state sponsored homicide based on faulty, red neck "evidence" such as Iron Maiden posters. . . .AS EVIDENCE OF WITCHCRAFT! WHAT THE FUCK!?

I'm embarrassed by Rick Perry's version of Texas, honestly, and he's helped himself to huge profits via mandatory vaccination of young girls for some sort of virus supposed to cause cervical cancer. . . .AND HAVE YOU SEEN WHAT'S BEEN DONE TO OUR "EDUCATION SYSTEM?"

I do not typically support politicians who can't accept fact over fable.

Yes, I'd probably be an even worse governor if I were governor. Yes, I'm a moron myself. . . .but I expect more from the governorship of the most beautiful state in our nation.

Wesman Todd Shaw

An Innocent Man Put To Death In Texas.

Former Governor Mark White.
Former Governor Mark White.

Former Governor Mark White. . . .The Last Human We Had For a Governor Here In Texas.

Former Gov. White urges rethinking of death penalty

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Former Texas Gov. Mark White said he thinks it's time that the state reconsider its use of capital punishment because — among other reasons — the risk of putting innocent people to death is too great.

In an interview published in Monday's editions of the Houston Chronicle and San Antonio Express-News, White said that the death penalty no longer deters murder, that long delays between convictions and executions show there is no swift justice and that he's increasingly concerned the law isn't administered fairly.

"There is a very strong case to be made for a review of our death penalty statutes and even look at the possibility of having life without parole so we don't look up one day and determine that we, as the State of Texas, have executed someone who in fact was innocent," he said.

White was the state attorney general from 1979-83 and governor from 1983-87 and was involved with 20 executions in both capacities.

His comments come while Texas Gov. Rick Perry is under criticism for replacing members of the Texas Forensics Commission and delaying consideration of an expert's report questioning the 2004 execution of Cameron Todd Willingham.

In response, Perry has called Willingham a "monster" and said he was certain of Willingham's guilt.

White said he did not intend his comments to be critical of Perry's handling of the Willingham case. He also cited the case of Michael Blair, who was sent to death row for the 1993 Plano playground abduction and killing of Ashley Estell. DNA testing later cleared Blair in the slaying.

"That's two examples of why I think the system is so unreliable. It creates an unnecessary possibility that an innocent person would be executed in Texas. And I don't think anybody in Texas wants that to happen," he said.


The State of Texas deserves every bit of the derision that it gets from the more liberal and educated portions of the nation.  Texas, AND the rest of the nation must take responsibility for the crimes of our corporations, such as Haliburton and Monsanto.  Texas, however, is very responsible for Rick Perry.
There is something very wrong with our populace when Rick Perry is allowed such a high position in public office, and corporations like Monsanto continue with their unethical and deadly practices throughout the nation, and the rest of the world.
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