Tag Archives: Texas law of parties

Rick Perry, poll vaulter

The Guardian printed comments from those who are far from enthused with Texas Governor Perry’s death penalty preoccuption, including Ray Hill’s remark,  “It never strikes him that he should value the lives of those who are accused, even wrongfully.” Perry killed … Continue reading

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Call him irresponsible, call him unreliable, throw in undependable, too …

Rep. TX Gov. Rick Perry – former Democrat, former secessionist, former Dream Act supporter, etc. – is presently pro-death penalty, but he’ll likely switch sides the minute the polls tell him to. Until the executed can be formerly dead, the Texas Board … Continue reading

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Prayerful Governor Perry and predictable posthumous exonerations …

Governor Perry will need more than a “Christian” rally to get him past the Pearly Gates if he doesn’t address the 2,000+ Texas criminal investigations that charlatan dog handler Keith Pikett participated in, especially if he continues to sign death … Continue reading

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