AP MISLEADS READERS ON RICK PERRY: Cherry-Picks His Statement on Border Security & Lies About Audience Reaction

Awful. Just Awful.
But not surprising. The corrupt media will do anything ANYTHING to assist failed President Barack Obama, the worst jobs president since the Great Depression, in his re-election campaign next year.

Texas Gov. Rick Perry won over some Republican voters at a backyard reception held Saturday at the Manchester home of Chuck Stephen and co-hosted by John Stephen, the former Republican gubernatorial nominee. (Shawne K. Wickham/Sunday News)

And, the state-run media is TERRIFIED of Governor Rick Perry from Texas.
Yesterday the AP reported this on Rick Perry’s campaign stop in New Hampshire:

Speaking to hundreds of Granite State voters at a private reception, the Texas governor was asked whether he supported a fence along the Mexican border.

“No, I don’t support a fence on the border,” he said. “The fact is, it’s 1,200 miles from Brownsville to El Paso. Two things: How long you think it would take to build that? And then if you build a 30-foot wall from El Paso to Brownsville, the 35-foot ladder business gets real good.”

The answer produced an angry shout from at least one audience member.

But, Weasel Zippers found this report from WOIA TV on Perry’s speech:

Speaking to hundreds of Granite State voters at a private reception, the Texas governor was asked whether he supported a fence along the Mexican border.

“No, I don’t support a fence on the border,” he said, while referring to the long border in Texas alone. “The fact is, it’s 1,200 miles from Brownsville to El Paso. Two things: How long you think it would take to build that? And then if you build a 30-foot wall from El Paso to Brownsville, the 35-foot ladder business gets real good.”

Instead, Perry said he supported “strategic fencing” and National Guard troops to prevent illegal immigration and violence from Mexican drug cartels.

The answer produced an angry shout from at least one audience member. And it exposed an ongoing rift with some conservative voters over Perry’s immigration record.

The AP deleleted the part of Perry’s speech that including using “strategic fencing” and National Guard troops on the border.

And, then there’s this.
There was no angry shout from the audience. At least that’s what one audience member said.
Via Instapundit:

A BLOG REPORT FROM RICK PERRY’S SPEECH IN NEW HAMPSHIRE: “I attended that event, stood about 15 feet from where he delivered those remarks and never heard an ‘angry shout’. Either the AP is making it up or it wasn’t much of a shout. Perhaps they can supply the audio.”

Unfortunately, there doesn’t appear to be any video of the reported incident.

** Once again – If you plan on attending one of these events PLEASE bring your camera with you.

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  • Multitude

    It’s Sarbanes-Oxley time for the media. Material falsehoods in political reporting are more damaging than in economic reporting, yet corporations involved in the manipulation of politics have no accountability, compared to the falsehoods in financial reporting resulting in a CEO and CFO (and others) facing years of hard Federal prison time.

    Until the media is held accountable, they will be exploited by elites interested in wielding their propaganda capacities.

  • Crackermike

    The AP won’t provide any audio of Perry’s “media manufactured” non existent angry shout. They got burned when they publicized racist Dem Congresscritter Andre Carson’s accustaion of the Tea Party people screaming the N word. It never happened of course. These media scum are just outright lying propagandists.

  • a former dem

    AP is a lefty news wire, they are an american company. Reuters is an international news wire, they can’t afford to be lefty like AP hence tend to be more realible.
    People are recognizing more and more AP is a lefty when it comes to their stories.

    Check out who sits on their board of directors, and then go to open secrets to see who they’ve donated to, and it then makes sense.

  • Gregor

    What’s your point? Strategic fencing. National Guard troops. Yeah yeah yeah. We’ve heard all of that nonsense before from Bush, McCain, Romney. It’s a bunch of hogwash nonsense.

    What about his support for the Dream Act and in-state tuition for illegals.

    This has always been our problem as conservatives. We go way out of our way to defend RINOs and fakes in our own party who we think … can win the general election and we end up with nominees like … Juan McCain. Then we whine and moan about them backstabbing us after the election. Have some nads people. Don’t defend the non-defensible and you won’t come out looking like idiots.

  • Swifty

    Not to change the subject from Perry or illegal immigration, I just saw this a few minutes ago and thought of more biased inaccurate legacy media reporting:

    Obama’s Jobs Malaise

    Check it out for yourself and see how these guys pass off bias for fact as they manage to defend Obama and bash Republicans and Tea Party movement folks all in one totally biased article.

  • Stephana

    Its all they have left. Their guys, Odumbass and Huntsman are both losers. They have to try to do anything to get them to look good. I think some troops shooting some lead would help the illegal crossing problem very rapidly. Throw in a few airstrikes against the cartels for some added show.

  • Nana

    PERRY=RINO=BUSH=MCCAIN=PERRY, no Perry for me, he is another establishment republican for me.

  • Old Dude

    One angry shout? Have they counted the angry shouts against what Obama is saying and doing? Bet it’s more than one.

  • RedBeard

    I have not started backing any horse in this primary race, nor will I until the field is settled and I know a whole lot more about all of them. But seeing AP willfully distorting this story tells me that the lefties fear Rick Perry, and that is a definite plus in his column.

  • a former dem

    well, I’m voting for Perry, I heard his interview on Levin, he’s a strong 10th amendent candidate, and I like that he fights back very hard. And I see as having the best chance to kick out Barry. If a toilet roll runs and wins the GOP nomination, I’ll be campaigning and voting for that toilet roll. I’m always very surprised to hear when repubs say they’re going to stay home. 6 million Bush supporters stayed home in 2008, that’s how Barry got it, and there were many repub who voted for this jerk.
    If its Perry, Romney, whoever, they’ve got my vote, and I’m not socially conservative, but I’m a stanch very staunch fiscal limited govt conservative. This country will not survive another Barry term. Its not just the economy, supreme ct justices, there’s so much at stake.

  • aprilnovember811

    He was on Mark Levin the other night and explained his position on this. If there are ways to secure the border without the fence that will be effective, I’m alright with it.

  • Sandy

    Thanks Jim–I don’t think that all this misreporting is having the desired effect. The same media didn’t just sell Obama, they forced him down our throats 24/7 and now that anyone with half a brain can see that he is the worst President in history they still stand by him instead of delivering the truth.

    I will vote for any Republican who gets the nomination but Rick Perry is of, by and for the American people. Rush says the media will always tell you who they fear and they must be scared to death of Gov. Perry. Nary a word is said about Romney.

  • tommy mc donnell

    i don’t like perrry but why is anybody really surprised by this the purpose of american tass is to advance the political agenda not to inform.

  • I call BS on Mr. Hoft !!! He posts one story then another !!! I bet both of the stories are half truths !!!

  • M1

    You may wish to gloss over Perry’s position on illegal immigration but, the fact of the matter is HE IS SOFT ON ILLEGALS. This should concern real conservatives.

  • Thanks for the link Jim. I wish I knew who the AP reporter was. I saw some guy walking around in a NY Times tee shirt and found it odd that he would wear that to this rally as he had no other reporting equipment.

    The lesson is to never ever ever trust the moonbat media.

  • Oops = sorry about that name, it was a joke that I didn’t notice until after I posted.

  • SeniorD

    The term “Yellow Dog Democrats Journalists” comes to mind.

    Already fighting to keep their ‘hallowed’ place in the forefront of American thought (not to mention their super-sized paychecks to go with their super-sized egos), the Dying Media will do anything, including fabricating stories out of whole Marxist/Alyinskyist cloth. As seen from the overhyped Irene coverage, Dying Media need a ‘boogeyman’ to sell their swill. Romney isn’t sufficiently conservative, Palin has taken too long and has been too teasing to be a proper target and Bachman just can’t get the traction they need to sell swill.

    Rick Perry however? That’s their ticket to continued paychecks.

  • Taxpayer

    The “angry shout” was from the AP reporter at the event.

  • Somebody did catch part of it on an MP3 player…just a few words, though. If anyone has more, send it to Jim.

    Angry shout

  • No Man

    AP = All Propaganda.

  • kato

    I’m not a big Perry fan, and it appears he’s got some ethical skeletons in his closet. But he does seem like the one guy who would go toe-to-toe with the liars of the media.

    By the way, a conservative local radio program reported that a Fox poll showed some horrible numbers for the darling of this website. Even the majority of self-identified tea-party members apparently don’t want Palin for president. In the adjoining story, I read several comments about Republicans sticking together against Obama. They should also stick together and champion legitimate candidates, and not fantasize about grass-roots uprisings for a woman who is a guaranteed loser.

    Palin, for all her love of the limelight and the potential wealth it brings, probably realizes herself that she has no chance. That’s why she still isn’t in the race, even though the campaign is well under way.

  • Sam Stone

    I heard from the same people that the Tea Party called some black congressmen the “n word 5 times”.

  • No Man

    #14- Obama-worshiping imbecile with a lap top . . .

  • Yeah, Ronald Reagan trailed in the polls against both Carter and Mondale…until AFTER the votes were counted.

  • Joe Bidenmytime

    I love how some conservatives say,”If this person is soft on illegals, abortion, blah, blah, I am going to stay home on election day.” There is no perfect candidate, but as someone above already commented, we have to get a good republican in who at least has a good understanding of first principles.

    A straight up Barry Goldwater conservative president is what the country needs, but the country will not elect that person.

    If we get a left leaning judiciary, we’re smoked. If we can’t get a majority in the Senate to confirm justices and roll back the socialist laws and regulations of the last 4 years, we are smoked. There is one middle of the road Supreme Court justice who is waiting for 0bama to lose in 2012 so he can retire, if he doesn’t croak first.

    Please put your passion and energy into the GOP nominee or 0bama and the left will have won and these will be the last days of American exceptionalism.

  • bg


    where does Perry stand on islamic infiltration??

    where does Perry stand on in-state tuition for illegal aliens??


    Dr. Jasser discusses WH guidelines for 10th Anniversary of 9/11

    Dr. Zuhdi Jasser on Delta Airlines and complicity with Saudi Arabia

    please pass them on along with these (scroll thread for more)..


  • kato

    Regarding comment #1, the media is being held accountable by the marketplace. It’s one reason why the Times and Post are in trouble, while millions of people consult alternative media.

    But your reference to needing a Sarbanes-Oxley for the media makes me wonder what political world you live in. Sarbanes-Oxley is one of the worst pieces of legislation that has ever come out of Washington. It has imposed bureaucratic costs on business in the hundreds of billions of dollars with no proven ability to prevent or even identify fraud. But it does allow a scapegoating leftist like Obama to criminalize business. (Cf. the Lacey Act being used against Gibson Guitars as another example.)

    Sarbanes-Oxley was passed by a REPUBLICAN Congress and signed by a REPUBLICAN president. Which is one reason why I don’t see the sharp dichotomy between the subprime blowhard in the White House and the compassionate dope who preceded him. From an economic standpoint, both of these presidents are terrible, and one shouldn’t give the dope credit for being less terrible than the blowhard.

    Miss me yet? Hell no.

  • Swifty

    Where does Perry stand on “free trade”?

  • JoyO

    These attacks by the MSM are not “UNEXPECTED!” The real journalists in the MSM was MIA during the Obama campaign. They didn’t vet Obama at all. The truth is they consistently hid negative facts about him, i.e., his religion — attending church with a pastor preaching racist and communist propaganda for 20 YEARS without noticing it was racist, Obama’s close ties with the Weather Underground terrorist Bill Ayers, Obama’s voting PRESENT for years, Obama’s ties to ACORN, Obama’s “utility costs will necessarily skyrocket” interview, etc. Expect 2012 to be the most vicious and least truthful of any Presidential campaign ever undertaken by Democrats.

  • Baile

    Yes, I noticed the cherry-picking yesterday when you posted the story about Perry and the border fence. I was a little surprised you posted it.

  • Iconoclast

    A serious wall / fence along the Southern border might cost huge sums, but it certainly would be a “shovel ready” project which would have long term benefits for this nation greatly outweighing the expense. As to patrolling the border, why not deputize those willing to do the job as a public service? With night vision gear, a .50 Barrett and a free fire zone, it wouldn’t require too many well-publicized incidents before the illegals stayed on their own side of the border. And yes, they get one warning before the deputies fire for effect . . . say a parachute flare so the NV gear wouldn’t be required? I don’t want ’em dead, I just want ’em gone from the border and coming in legally or not at all.

  • AuntieMadder

    What? Strategically placed fences render ladders inoperable?

  • donh

    I like how well Perry manages his positions from media defamation. Besides…what good is a fence when the illegals wear elevator tip boots ???? http://mydisguises.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/pointy-boots.jpg

  • Molon Labe

    Perry is full of it. Strategic fencing, is that like an electronic barrier. Did the Russians erect a 35 foot high wall in Berlin? No they just showed they were serious and anyone attempting to buy a 36 foot ladder soon discovered if there was a hereafter.

    This is the sort of answer we hear from those who have no intention of doing anything about illegal immigration.

    Perry is so bogus. I’d like to hear one good thing he has done for Texas.

  • Ginger


    I do not think you are getting any readers to your important post. I just got back on and one of your links needs my attention. 🙂 So sad! Come on people READ!!!!!!

  • Ginger

    Voting for Rick Perry is voting for more of the same! You put Perry and the kenyan fraud in a sack and shake it and dump them out they will come out at the same time!

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  • daryl

    I’d like to hear one good thing he has done for Texas.

    1. kept bill white out of the governors office.
    2. ” KBH ” ” ” ” “

  • bg


    re: #26 September 4, 2011 at 10:57 am bg

    ahh, i see the koolaid gulpables are at it again..

    the FENCE is, more or less, a “right under our noses in plain sight” RUSE
    strategy intended to keep the masses attention away from the ILLEGAL
    ALIEN issue, namely the fact that amongst other related issues, PERRY
    also signed on to the DREAM ACT..


  • daryl

    And I see the two female heckle and jeckle magpies are back cheering each other on to more and more of bj’s repetitive links.
    Ever think about updating that leftist drivel with some new links? These repeats are so…. repetitive.

  • Ginger

    Whow Perry sure is kissing up to the muslims of all groups just like his buddy the kenyan fraud. Perry plays “tootsie” aga khan. Meets with black clergy which included nation of islam minister. Lot’s of trips to dubai. hmmmmm Likes to pass laws that favor islamic requirements. He sure loves to take pictures with all of his muslim buddies! Try going back and read bg’s links! Perry is a TRAITOR to our country. You do not sleep with people who wants to kill you and you know dam well Perry knows what is going on! Islamic take over of America!

  • Ginger

    Well….daryl #41…Some of you brain dead/or refuse to read the facts needs to be reminded!

  • daryl

    Don’t hold your breath until you see a fact from those links of bj’s gin-gin.
    As for myself, I prefer ‘facts’ from more reliable sources than those she provides.
    But don’t let me stop you and her other cheerleaders from dancing through that tulip garden she’s planting in your minds with her ‘facts’. Thanks

  • Rcl

    Ha Ha. Gateway’s own posting of the story MIRRORED AP’s. Half the Gateway commenters were only too happy to pile on.

    Useful idiots.

  • Fuquay Steve

    “AP misleads….”- is redundant.

  • bg


    Ginger #42 September 4, 2011 at 12:43 pm

    well, since Mexico is a drug cartel, and the US is an Islamist haven..

    in an Obama et al world, acquiring as many illegals as possible makes
    perfect sense.. i mean it keeps US well balanced, ergo, what could
    possibly go wrong?? /sarcasmicatastrophe sarc/

    nothing to see or hear here, so stfu,
    eat your peas & take the blue pill..



  • donh

    The Perry dog pilers are just bitter clinging Palin fundamentalists . They are angry that Sarah FAILED to announce yet again stringing her supporters along for another day and another dollar. They have no candidate in the race so they take jabs at Perry in tag team with the Ron Paul bearers. They are transforming into Lynden LaRouche outliers.

  • Craig

    RedBeard (#9)
    “…lefties fear Rick Perry, and that is a definite plus in his column….”

    Yes, lefties do fear Rick Perry. They want Obama (the globalist choice for President in 2008) to win again. But in this election, the globalist choice is Rick Perry and they know it just too well. So YES, Perry scares the hell out of them.

    But what do you care what scares the lefties? It’s irrelevant WHO or WHAT the lefties fear. Your only concern should be WHO is the candidate that the ESTABLISHMENT fears the most, and it is Ron Paul.

    Let’s resume here: The ESTABLISHMENT, the LEFT and the RIGHT fear Ron Paul. Don’t believe me? See this incredible and very, very funny video. I know you people don’t care for Ron Paul… but watch the video anyway… it is hilarious:

    John Stewart Show – Ron Paul is Feared by Mainstream Media…LOL!!!!! =”))

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  • BS61

    #23 September 4, 2011 at 10:50 am
    Sam Stone commented:
    I heard from the same people that the Tea Party called some black congressmen the “n word 5 times”.

    Hi Sam, I believe that you are a joke! But please provide links to the supposed incident.

  • Ginger

    daryl ..#44 Let me tell you something…This woman has a mind of her own and as far as bg’s opinions well I think we fall into millions of others opinions that agree! You are so the chosen one to decide for us! Uck! You are one who is the problem in our country! CLOSED MINDED!!!!!!!

  • bg


    daryl #41 September 4, 2011 at 12:42 pm


    reality is whatever i, Ginger, or the man in the moon posts, it will
    not change facts related to PERRY.. ergo, unless you can debunk
    them, they stand no matter the source.. think about it.. your ad
    hominem attacks do little but reenforce what i post, ergo, i must
    why do you love me so much?? 🙂


  • Rcl

    Before posting AP as “news” perhaps our host should at least check out Rick’s own story…

    What kind of fool believes that a open border guy could win for 10 years in Texas?

    Here are Perry ads from his past campaigns…

    Border Ad 1

    Border Ad 2

    Border Ad 3

    Please note in #2 his border plan costs $100 million dollars not the ludicrous $50 billion (phony estimate) for The Fence alone. Hell, the Greens would tie that fence up for 30 years on very real and reasonable charges over animal migration. IT’S A STUPID IDEA!!! Pure Tommy T.

  • Ginger

    Well donh #48……………I believe that Florida comes first in the state dead lines which is October 1st . What’s your hurry?

    btw…I do not fear Perry I think he is an imposter and a joke!

  • bg


    donh #48 September 4, 2011 at 1:31 pm

    okay, so maybe you can answer a few of many
    more questions
    and help set my mind at ease??

    thanks in advance..

    oh yeah, as far as your constant misogynistically ridiculous assaults
    on Sarah Palin.. keep em coming, we need people who think like you
    to expose themselves so others can see em for what they truly are!!


  • Rcl

    BTW, the one good thing the media does is to ignore that buffoon Ron Paul. Ron is so libertarian he’s more in agreement on America with the left than the right. The 9/11 smear that shit tosses at his own country precludes him from winning anything except online or phone polls from his robot army (another similarity with the leftists, his unquestioning herd of ankle biters)

    I give him his due; his son is a stellar thinker. They remind me of Mel Gibson (sober) and his dad. Rand took the best of his Dad and added reason. In a perfect world Rand would challenge McConnell after 2012 for Majority Leader and kick his ass.

  • Rcl

    #56… So what are you going to do when Sarah endorses Rick? They actually have the same immigration policy.

  • bg


    Rcl #54 September 4, 2011 at 1:48 pm

    just askin’..


  • donh

    Misogyny ? Maybe Michelle Bachmann is more my type…A level headed motherly woman…not some flaky teasy flirt who can’t make up her mind and quits half way through everything she does. The sexism charge leveled at those who fail to support a Palin Presidency is a FRAUD. Sarah flaunts and exploits her own sex appeal to drag attention from men…but your a chauvinist pig if you don’t support her…She wants it both ways.

  • CL

    I know you ‘educated’ people won’t like it, but the truth about Perry and Islam is not what you are posting.


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  • bg


    donh #59 September 4, 2011 at 2:08 pm

    oh so your candidate is Michele Bachmann?? /s/

    of course you’re not.. however, that makes your despicably
    misogynistic comments even worse, but like i said, keep em


  • daryl

    #60 CL
    If there’s one thing you can say about bj’s sources, it’s that if they don’t support her agenda she won’t touch them with a ten foot pole.
    Anyway nine out of ten people won’t bother jumping through all of her hoops like click here, here, here, here, and now scroll for more. at least not twice, so her bs is relatively harmless.

  • Ginger

    donh #59….Are you attracted to Sarah? Just wondering because I ask my husband if Sarah is a flaky teasy flirt and let me tell you he is not envolved in my posting unless he hears me laughing…He said the guy must have a problem with intelligent, out spoken, and pretty women!

    btw… I agree about Michelle Bachmann.

  • Sandy

    Kato # 22 Palin, for all her love of the limelight and the potential wealth it brings, probably realizes herself that she has no chance. That’s why she still isn’t in the race, even though the campaign is well under way.

    I totally agree and I have to wonder what the Palin junkies are going to do if she loses the nomination. Will they be joining her in a third party run which will reelect Obama or will they unite behind the Republican Party nominee?

    The reason we have Obama now is that he appealed to people with buzz words but had no experience in governing. Palin was Governor for a little more than a year and now those who worship at Madam Savior’s alter are willing to ignore her lack of experience because they think she’s the answer to their prayers. Jesus Wept.

  • donh

    Right now I support Perry. However, I would sooner vote for Bachmann than Palin. Michelle has been getting the same slimy treatment from the liberal press and she handles the pressure a lot better. No whining. No poor pity me the victim. Michelle is not afraid to debate the other candidates on live TV. Palin is ducking the debates. Michelle is not hiding from the press nor is she refusing to give interviews with beltway biased anchors. She hasn’t quit her job . She hasn’t mooched off Rino dinosaurs like McCain to make her name known. She has faught tirelessly for Tea Party principles in DC. There is no comparison between the two women . I take no jabs at Michelle to get out of the race.

  • Andreas K.

    I will start supporting him the moment he implements these ideas into Texas.

    Which he hasn’t.

    I also support a 50 ft wall with a 20 ft deep and wide moat.

    Palin died for me the moment she joined the crowd of dhimmis screaming against burning ONE koran.

    As for the MSM… nothing they do is unexpected. They will do ANYTHING for Obama and similar neo-marxists.

  • Enver

    Why are people upset about Latino jobs (and yes, they are a vote for Obama) when all the excellent jobs are being sent out of the country. I am glad you will all be fighting over a Wendy’s or Joe’s Car Wash or custodial job instead of an IT job, an engineering job, a doctor job, an accounting job, etc. etc.

  • Ginger

    Barry the kenyan fraud has NO experience as state senator because all he did was vote present. He sealed or lost his itinerary as what he did as far as his travels, etc. Poof! Gone just like his life. As far as US senator what a joke! He spent all his time as US senator campaigning for president. Sarah had to resign and gave the responsibilities to another instead of holding on to her post like the kenyan fraud did! It is a poor excuse to use Sarah having to resign as governor to bash her! SHE HAD TO! All the planned lawsuits to trash her and tare her down was planned. She sure did hang on a long time did she not! You fools have fallen into the liberal abyss. I am keeping an open mind to a lot of the ones who are running for the republican presidency EXCEPT Perry!!!!!!!!!

  • Ginger

    Enver …#68…. You forgot about the oil jobs that Barry the kenyan fraud has destroyed!

  • bg


    daryl #63 September 4, 2011 at 2:30 pm

    exactly where did my source supposedly disagree with CL’s source??

    oh, right, my source is not Muslim, got it..


  • Militant Conservative

    Just beginning the campaign folks.

    No perfect candidate, lots of good ones though.

    ABO. Anyone but Obama.

  • bg


    re: #71 September 4, 2011 at 3:15 pm bg

    re: daryl #63 September 4, 2011 at 2:30 pm

    re: sources..

    here is another one, or two, or three, or four..

    and due to linkage constraints, to be continued..


  • bg


    re: #73 September 4, 2011 at 3:37 pm bg continued..

    and at least a dozen or more.. ie:

    Islamist Gülen Movement Runs U.S. Charter Schools..

    via that far-left AMERICAN THINKER.. /gah!! sarc/


  • donh

    Drudge is now calling Palin a ” Big TEASE “on his web site…It’s his headline graphic. Nobody pays me to foist a talking point. If I feel a certain way about a person , it is an honest perception that is likely shared by many more people. I don’t know where the sex appeal for Palin comes from. I think a lot of it is manufactured hype pushed from within the Palin camp . I think her followers are instructed to use the word HOT when talking up Palin. I am not attracted to cougars nor am I interested in having a HOT Hooters bar maid as President . Sarah’s voice is rather harsh on the ears, and I much prefer the sound of Michelle’s voice. What concerns me is the extent to which the Palin supporters have turned up the infighting now that her chances of running grow more desparate….and mostly directed at Perry ….not Romney or Ron Paul or Michelle. Sarah was already responsible as a accessory to one failed election to Obama . She will be entirely 100% responsible if we fail again . It will be ALL on her this time.

  • bg


    Andreas K. #67 September 4, 2011 at 2:53 pm

    re: [Palin died for me the moment she joined the
    crowd of dhimmis screaming against burning ONE

    the rights brilliant retort :ala:
    the lefts ingenious “she quit”

    An Intolerable Mistake on Hallowed Ground

    Earlier today, Mayor Bloomberg responded to my comments about the
    planned mosque at Ground Zero by suggesting that a decision not to allow
    the building of a mosque at that sacred place would somehow violate
    American principles of tolerance and openness.

    No one is disputing that America stands for – and should stand for – religious tolerance. It is a foundation of our republic. This is not an issue of religious tolerance but of common moral sense. To build a mosque at Ground Zero is a stab in the heart of the families of the innocent victims of those horrific attacks. Just days after 9/11, the spiritual leader of the organization that wants to build the mosque, Imam Faisal Abdul Rauf, suggested that blame be placed on the innocents when he stated that the “United States’ policies were an accessory to the crime that happened” and that “in the most direct sense, Osama bin Laden is made in the USA.” Rauf refuses to recognize that Hamas is a terrorist organization dedicated to the destruction of our ally, Israel, and refuses to provide information about the sources of funding for the $100 million mosque. Rauf also plays a key role in a group behind the flotilla designed to provoke Israel in its justifiable blockade of Gaza. These are just a few of the points Americans are realizing as New York considers the proposed mosque just a stone’s throw away from 9/11’s sacred ground.

    I agree with the sister of one of the 9/11 victims (and a New York resident) who said: “This is a place which is 600 feet from where almost 3,000 people were torn to pieces by Islamic extremists. I think that it is incredibly insensitive and audacious really for them to build a mosque, not only on that site, but to do it specifically so that they could be in proximity to where that atrocity happened.”

    Many Americans, myself included, feel it would be an intolerable and tragic mistake to allow such a project sponsored by such an individual to go forward on such hallowed ground. This is nothing close to “religious intolerance,” it’s just common decency.

    – Sarah Palin

    oh btw, are you an American (believe i read you state you were
    from some European country, but forget which country), thanks..


  • Ron

    #70 Ginger:
    You are a Palinista plain and simple. This is a point I brought up a while back. If the nominee is not Governor Palin (Which it won’t be) the Palinistas willing to vote against the best interests of the country and let BO have a second term. A bunch of idol worshipping cornflakes, they will not vote for anyone but Governor Palin as Ginger’s statement just proved. Got news for ya Gingy: Governor Palin can not win. Our country doesn’t like a quitter! Now slither on back over to Atlas. You can join the big ol’ circlejerk over there with the Paulians and PG that are bashing Governor Perry. “Queen Sarah The Quitbull”=NOT! Perry 2012!

  • Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    If you plan on attending one of these events PLEASE bring your camera with you.

    And if you don’t plan on attending one of these events, or are unable to, take ANY reporting from the AP with a grain of salt until it can be corroborated.

  • bg


    donh #75 September 4, 2011 at 3:58 pm


    what is that??

    oh wait, he some sort of Republican god??

    i mean, you know, like don’t even bother to check his stories out, when
    Drudge writes an opinion, it must be true, ergo, just accept it, spread it,
    and moveon, right??

    /holy sarcgasmic sarctmony dohnman/


  • bg




  • Ginger

    #80 bg………. Me too! I HEART BEING A PALINISTA and PROUD to say so!!

    Stuff it lib’s! 🙂

  • Ginger

    Ron #77…ron ron little boy the quitter argument has grown as old as the “racist” argument.

    Now run along fool!

  • Ron

    #80 bg:
    Good for you! Now follow her off the cliff to irrellevency if she’s not smart enough to read the writing on the wall. And if she does get in and doesn’t get the nomination; Let us know what crow tastes like.

  • Ron

    #82 Ginger:

    The difference between the Quitter argument and the racist argument is that the Quitter part is true. Anything else?

  • donh

    Casey Anthony has a lot of proud hard core supporters too…and there was another teasy flirt who strung the police along with day after day of false leads for her own selfish needs. Two weeks ago its was the Sept 1 rumor…”she’s waiting to do it on the same day Reagan announced”….then it was going to be at the Iowa rally…then the rumor she’s going to NH following Iowa. ..Then the rumor she’s going to be in a debate mid September. Today’s rumor …she ran in a local marathon in Stomm Lake Iowa under her maiden name……SEE she’s RUNNING !

  • Ron

    Ginger and bg: Helloooo…Are you there? Is the QUITTER part not true, or does the truth hurt?

  • Ginger

    Ron #84

    Anything else? Yes ….FU

    I will no longer respond to your “petty” post!

  • Ron

    #87 Ginger:
    Come on now. Don’t be skeered. Just so you know; The only reason that I voted for McCain in ’08 was because of Governor Palin. I would have supported Governor Palin this time around had she not quit the Governorship. I understand the family and financial aspect, but could you imagine what kind of bs ethics complaints and trumped up impeechment evidence or reasoning would come with being POTUS. In that circumstance you would have the financial and family aspects of 330,000,000 American families to think about. Being POTUS is like being in the military, you can’t just quit when the going gets tough on your finances and family. Whether you agree with me or not, that’s the truth. Anyway, I hope you and yours are ok. I doubt she has a chance, but I admire your dedication.

  • maraz

    @ CL #60

    “I know you ‘educated’ people won’t like it, but the truth about Perry and Islam is not what you are posting.”
    Amil Imani: Governor Perry’s Islam Connection

    Ok… so let me get this straight… I’m supposed to believe an article that tells me there’s “nothing to see here” in regards to Perry’s Islamist connection… when the article is written by an Islamist…. over the screen shots posted at this article below… that show Perry’s curriculum agenda in which he is creeping Sharia into the schools?

    [Screen Shots to prove it]: Perry Mafia punked, “Beclowned” indeed – EXCERPT: It was interesting to see the beclowned Red State, Ace, and the increasingly irrelevant Commentary jump all over me because I exposed Rick Perry’s dawah curriculum served up to our young children in the public schools of Texas. It’s telling that the “leading lights” of the rightwing blogosphere were so eager to rip me, to the point of journalistic malpractice, without so much as a cursory look at the evidence. Commentary is soft, we know, but did they throw research out along with integrity. Shame on Alana Goodman.


  • BarbaAZ

    Atlas Shrugs has a huge section on the Aga Khan/Perry-approved and supported Texas school curriculum teaching propaganda and indoctrination (dawah) of Islam. It’s several pages long and after you read it your head will explode! Is Perry just another dhimmi dumb-ass or what? As a Conservative, I do not want to vote for a luke warm dhimmi who isn’t smart enough or patriotic enough to be able to know Islam manipulation from a hole in the ground. Or is taking money from from them and can be bought by them! Why was the site with all the Islamist Texas curriculum suddenly and completely scrubbed not long ago? Hmmmm? Seems very suspicious to me!! Is this enough of a mistake by him to call it Perry-cide?

  • Hey, Gayway Nitwit, “strategic fencing” is easily overcome by “strategic walking.” You either support a fence along the whole border, or you want Millions of Messicans strolling across the border. Ricky’s never favored a border fence, most likely because he’s from a sharecropper family from the shallow end of the gene pool, and is probably part Messican himself. he certainly looks it, doesn’t he? AP scared of Perry? 60% of the “jobs” he “created” in Texas were in the public sector. He’s an advocate of stimulus on steroids. Bring that high-pitched voiced half-breed to D.C. and we’ll see a REAL”Infrastructure Bank.” Do you really want the 1988 Chairman of Al Gore’s Texas campaign posing as a Teatard. Help yourself.

  • maraz

    @ CL #60

    … maybe I’m in the “uneducated crowd” that you sarcastically alluded to in your statement, but forgive me if I rate your article link off the charts on the BS meter when the author is an islamist named Amil Imani and who praises Islamist as something that is inconsequential and of no great concern. Sorry… that falls into the no credibility department in my book… as uneducated as that book might be…. LOL

  • daryl

    mareazz is bj’s imaginary twin sister. funny how they always know what the other one is thinking.

  • maraz

    @ Jerome Corsi #91 September 4, 2011 at 6:03 pm

    Hi Jerry… btw… GP is getting his source on this article from Weasel who has been censoring any anti-Perry postings… so it doesn’t surprise me that this article says what it does and it’s from WeaselZippers.

    Also, let me know if I can help out with the Arpaio investigation in any way… it was also publicized in this week’s Globe Magazine.

    Obama targeted in Police Probe – Sheriff Arpaio investigating Obama’s Birth Certificate

  • Craig

    I hope Palin gets in the race, it will dilute the vote for Perry’ Romney and Backmann nominations…. and Ron Paul will be the Front Runner. I was told that Independents and Democrats will register as Republicans so they can vote for Ron Paul.

    By the way…. Bachmann ????? You’ve got to be kidding me. You mean that Michele Backman: The ascendant queen of the Tea Partyers that was once a… tax collector… for the IRS. Her four years at the IRS are also the only job she’s ever held outside of elected office.

  • maraz

    hey Craig @95… is that the best you can do? Can you show me an article or link that actually shows me where Bachmann has voted or performed in her actions anything that was less than pure conservatism? You might point me to an article about her career as a lawyer, but that’s not what I asked. I’ve followed her voting record… and it’s flawless… she ALWAYS votes on the side of the constitution and conservatism… so show me where she hasn’t.

    VIDEO: Why Texans don’t like Perry – Texas Governor says he’s a ‘Prophet’

    Plumbing the rest of the Perry record

    VIDEO: Vetting Rick Perry – Michelle Malkin – Fox & Friends – 8-18-11

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  • Weasel’s attached to Little Richard Perry’s gay zipper on his sansabelt Messican pants. The morbidly obese Chris Christy would be a vast improvement on this sickly embarrassing field. Can’t you Teatards attract NORMAL candidates?

  • Craig

    “…is that the best you can do?”(Maraz #96)

    That’s enough for me. A tax collector? For me, after Obama, a “tax collector” comes in second for the worst disgusting people on this earth.

    By the way, how long has Backmann been in Congress? How long has Ron Paul been in Congress. Ron Paul as a LONG voting record that is perfect. And Ron Paul wants to abolish the IRS.

  • Craig

    Maraz… I forgot something. Michele Backmann supported Carter in 1976… the worst leftist President of USA history. I ignore Obama at this stage, cause he ain’t a socialist, he’s a corporatist globalist scum. So do you think that this endorsement hurts her conservative voting records…lol ????????

  • bg


    Ron #84 September 4, 2011 at 4:39 pm

    you need to find yourself, try saying your name backwards
    & forwards several times real fast, and i predict you will!!


  • bg


    Ron #87 September 4, 2011 at 4:54 pm

    what is your problem, and why do i have to be
    here for you, or anyone else for that matter??

    Five myths about Sarah Palin

    [2. Resigning as governor was rash.

    No one expected Palin’s resignation on July 3, 2009, just 2 1/2 years into her term. Her hastily composed and clumsily delivered farewell address left many observers confused about her motives. Some of her critics were only too eager to fill in the gaps with conjecture and hearsay (She’s being investigated by the FBI! Sarah and Todd must be headed for divorce!). If there was one thing everybody knew for sure, it was that Palin’s career in politics was over.

    But none of the rumored scandals ever broke. The Palins remain
    married. And as for Sarah Palin’s career, it’s taken off. She plays
    a far greater role in American public life than she did before she
    left office.

    When Palin returned to Alaska after the 2008 campaign, she confronted three problems. The political coalition on which she had based her governorship — a combination of Democrats and renegade “Palinista” Republicans — had collapsed. Her critics were using Alaska’s tough ethics laws to launch investigations into her behavior, sapping her finances and her energy. Finally, every time she traveled to the Lower 48, Alaskans criticized her for putting her political interests above the state’s.

    Palin’s solution was to resign. Her agenda stood a better chance
    of passing if then-Lt. Gov. Sean Parnell, who shared Palin’s goals,
    succeeded her as governor. As a private citizen, meanwhile, Palin
    could make enough money to pay her legal bills. And she would no
    longer be accused of neglecting her official duties.

    Some might say that Palin’s resignation was shortsighted and showed
    that she was not ready for the demands of executive office. But if Palin
    had remained governor, she would have been denied opportunities to
    rally the tea party and fight in the battle over the Obama agenda. She
    would have been stuck on a regional stage. Instead, she’s back on the
    national one.

    look, i’ve better things to do than play
    jerkoff with you, even if i was a man..


  • RedBeard

    Well, here’s another thread run amok.

    Good grief.

  • retire05

    For all you Pam Geller believers; why did she eliminate part of the schedule of curriculum in order to make it sound worse that it is? And why did Danial Pipes say this in response to a question about Perry/Aga Khan:

    “I agree with you that Geller’s attack on Perry is irresponsible. The Aga Khan is a leading anti Islamist figure and Perry’s connections to Grover Norquist concerns taxation, not Islam.”

    Why did Frank Gaffney’s organization come out against Geller and supporting Perry and the Aga Khan? Why did Geller not tell you that out of the over 400 school districts in Texas, only 80 teachers even attended the seminar on the curriculum? Why did Geller not tell you that the curriculum is VERY pro-Israel and not too complimentary about Islam?

    And what about Palin appearing on the venue with Grover Norquist recently and being photographed with him?

    Double standards run rampant with Palinistas.

  • maraz

    @ Craig who writes:

    “I hope Palin gets in the race, it will dilute the vote for Perry’ Romney and Backmann nominations…. and Ron Paul will be the Front Runner. I was told that Independents and Democrats will register as Republicans so they can vote for Ron Paul.”

    Wow — and you’re argument to support Ron Paul is this influencial statement?

    “How long has Ron Paul been in Congress. “

    Double Wow — he must be a really great guy if the only way he has a chance of winning is if a bunch of better candidates get into the race to dilute the votes between them so RP has a miniscule shot at hope. LMAO… you’re funny.

  • Craig

    Maraz… the vote has to be diluted, because in your country there is too many “alleged” conservatives who don’t know what the word “conservative” means. Ron Paul is the only conservative candidate for the présidential. You republicans who pretends to be conservatives are not conservative at all. You are only gullible neo-cons.

  • retire05

    Craig, I’m still waiting on you to give us the number of black votes Paul garnered in his last election. You do have that information, right?

  • maraz

    @ Craig #107 who writes…

    “Maraz… the vote has to be diluted, because in your country there is too many “alleged” conservatives who don’t know what the word “conservative” means.”

    In YOUR country…“…. so that implies you’re not from this country… which country are you blogging from Craig… would it be from Gaza?

    VIDEO: Gaza Man Works Phones for Obama

    VIDEO: Obama’s Gaza Cold Call Buddy over at the Jihad internet cafe (outsourcing the Obama way)

  • orlando

    Glad to hear the truth of the speech. You cant trust MSM.

  • Craig

    Maraz (#109)

    I’m from Canada and I’m a French Canadian from Quebec. Here in Canada we have a real conservative Prime Minister who got elected with a huge majority vote. His name is Stephen Harper.

    Retire05 (#108)

    “Craig, I’m still waiting on you to give us the number of black votes Paul garnered in his last election. You do have that information, right?”

    RIGHT! And like I told you, find them for yourself… I do not support intellectual laziness.

  • retire05

    Craig, please, don’t pee on my leg and tell me it’s raining.

    If you had the number of blacks who voted for Ron Paul, you would be shouting them to the roof tops, probably in French and English.

  • Island Girl

    Haha I have met many French Canadians. Yes they are odd but not that crazy to call a boy Craig.

    Can you even say Craig in Quebequois?


  • Craig

    I use Craig as a pseudo. I just like that name, it’s sound good to me.

  • maraz

    @ Island Girl #113

    LOL… I find Craig’s response interesting – he writes:

    “I use Craig as a pseudo. I just like that name, it’s sound good to me”

    Translation: It sounds like a typical American name since my real name is Mohammed Hasan

  • [email protected]

    There are plenty of people on this very forum who are just as retarded Perry-bashers as are found in the slimestream media. To those of you engaging in the smears, FOAD. You are disgusting and vile.

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  • Get em Jim. I have been cataloging this for some time on my facebook page. There is an orchestrated smear campaign against Perry including but not limited too doctored videos, cherry picked statements complete with manufactured narrative, lies about the economic statistics in Texas when anyone with a computer can go to the BLS.gov and see the facts, etc.

    These lies are being put out on fake “patriot” web sites, pushed to local media outlets, comments on blogs etc. These lies are designed to target the sensibilities of conservatives.

    In my view this is just the first step, step two will be Democrats voting in GOP primaries for Huntsman.

  • bg



    fake?? lies??

    then let me ask you Palin bashing Perry supporters.. if you have such
    a gold mine of TRUTH at your fingertips, why aren’t you POSTING ALL


  • bg


    ps re: #119

    i can partially tell you why your can’t,

    because BLS numbers don’t tell the whole story..


  • bg


    btw, been debunking lies about GWB et al for
    eight years, heck, i’m still debunking them..

    and i was so upset when i heard Bush won that i literally
    puked (i was for Gore, ergo, detested Bush at the time)..

    ever since then i have made it my business to be “party blind” and to seek
    truths vs propaganda best i could, been doing pretty good so far, so if the info i post about Perry is wrong.. i will not only admit it, but be the first to debunk it..

    and if ie: this info is “fake” or a “lie”..

    DEBUNK it with TRUTHS, because opinions facts do not make..


  • Mr Pither

    Bringing a camera to such events helps to ensure that the stories are accurately reported, but opponents of Republican candidates already plant trolls in the crowds to shout out questions and harass speakers.

  • bg


    DeMint “Disappointed” Perry Is Skipping Conservative Forum

    yeah, he also managed not be at the Iowa event..

    seriously beginning to wonder if he’ll make it to the next debate..

    btw, when is the next debate??



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