"You're Hired!" Rick Perry Slogan

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    Will he run for POTUS?

    I don't know, but WOW! What a message Rick Perry delivered last night when he told a room full of enthusiastic New York Republicans (and dowager biased, conservative-hating infotainment spinners):

    (referring to silly ol' Donald Trump)

    "He's known for saying You're Fired!" Perry said. "We're known for saying You're Hired! That's what we do in Texas!"

    Read more: Rick Perry stays mum - Maggie Haberman - POLITICO.com

    Notice how the idiot reporter titled her diatribe to base: "Perry stays mum" and compares him to George W. Bush (to appeal to Bush Derangement Syndrome neophytes)

    Oh, bwahahahahaha !!!

    Rick Perry sounds like a guy I'd like to see running for President!!

    How about it, Governor Perry, enter the race and kick some BHO heiney!

    :woohoo:
     
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    Two words to beat Obama: "You're hired!!!"

    It's just that simple!!!
     
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    To all the DNC operatives who are pushing this thread to the bottom this morning? I'm sayin':

    BUMP!!
     
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    ok, ok, ok... So this thread didn't make it to the big time. *sigh* oh, well.

    I really thought the unemployment rate in the USA was an issue. I thought people would really like jobs and to get off welfare, to take pride in themselves and a great job. To give their families the basics in life, kids, school for the kids, a home in a good neighborhood, a good car...

    I guess that's only in my beautiful Texas.

    So, ok. We'll just keep telling folks here, "You're hired." And give 'em good jobs with a secure future.

    And we'll keep Governor Rick Perry to ourselves, if y'all insist.

    No harm. No foul.

    :eusa_angel:
     
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    Well "Where's the beef" worked for Reagan.
    Prople are for the most part pretty stupit and elections are merely popularity contests.
     
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    Wow, a response from a person in fabulous New York that has the best theater district in the world, a startlingly beautiful and busy harbor, the Statue of Liberty, great food and the best chefs everywhere, and more skyscrapers per square mile than almost anywhere else in the world. Thanks, for responding NYcarbineer. You truly have an amazing state.

    And you came up with a nice theoretical surrebuttal, too. There's only one problem. After a couple of years, we don't forget the jobless in the Friendship State. They're still in our stats. I hear that's not the case everywhere there's an easy vote to collect if you ignore all the jobless elephants in the livin' room.

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    Come to Texas, where we have a sayin': You're hired!!!
     
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    Anyone have any idea what this idiot is babbling about?

    A classic southern inbred who thinks New York State is one big city LOLOLOLOL

    You need to get off the porch and see the world, Jazbo.
     
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    "Stupit?" Well, that's antithesis to the Republican message where the individual dignity, worth, and value are always valued. And I have a feeling if Rick Perry ever decides that yes, he will run for POTUS and somehow wins, just his winning will tell the financial sector a little message: it's high time to be hirin' again.

    Success starts with an idea. Rick Perry fired up that idea by reminding people of his dedication to see that he will roll up his shirtsleeves and get industries in the hiring mood again, and there will be an abundance of jobs. He will do all a man can do to make sure Americans are helping Americans with work.

    Only two men in history have overcome the 1-term gubernatorial firing tendency in the Friendship State. That's George W. Bush who bent over backward as President and did all he could do to make sure people had jobs, and Rick Perry who seems determined to outdo President Bush.

    Texans hiring a guy for a second term as governor just hasn't been done all that often, but GWB started something, and it's all about making sure people have job opportunities, and the best place for that is in the private sector job area.
     
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    BTW, have you noticed how much Rick Perry SOUNDS like George W. Bush. Seriously, I mean the voice, the accent.

    Oh, and let's not forget, in 2000 GW Bush was the rising star from Texas everyone was raving about.
     

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