1. kodiak says

    Enough with organizations that use the word “family” in their title/name. I’m tired of the political/religious “fatwa” they are always putting on my ass.

  2. RONTEX says

    @ Brandon, who will vote for him? He wants to secede Texas from the union and then he decides he wants to be President and run the entire country, oh yeah, that’ going to happen

  3. Mstrozfckslv says

    loony tunes

    remember texas is where the repub party tried to nix their own speaker of the house for being Jewish instead of a raving loon xtianista

    the attempt failed BUT that they even tried it speaks tons about crazy xtianista texas

  4. RyanInSacto says

    From Rick Perry’s website for this event: “There is hope for America. It lies in heaven, and we will find it on our knees.” This may be the most agreeable thing I’ve ever heard from Rick Perry and his ilk, whether they know it or not!

    [Sorry, but I sometimes I think the best way to deal with these nutjobs is to laugh at them.]

  5. BobN says

    “There is hope for America. It lies in heaven, and we will find it on our knees.”

    WTF? America’s only hope is death?

    Fundamentalist Protestantism is just a bunch of gobbledygook.

  6. galore says

    He has to hurry because the major attribute he possesses, his look, which would probably get him into the audition for the role of president in a movie, is fading. Quickly.

    He’d be one of the easiest candidates to beat because you just have to highlight his deeply unpatriotic secession ideas. Why would anyone from outside Texas vote for someone who hates the USA??

  7. adam says

    Rick Perry is no different from the mullah-influenced leaders of the Middle East. He seems to have a similar belief in the role of religion in governance. Perhaps we should dig a little into Rick’s background and see if we can find any dirt. These sorts almost always have something to hide….

  8. says


    I’ve had an exceptionally busy day and am exhausted, so my mind took a minute to process the meaning of your post. Upon reading it a second time, I suddenly understood what you were pointing out.

    “There is hope for America. It lies in heaven, and we will find it on our knees.”

    INDEED!! ROFLMAO! Made my day. Thanks.

  9. Drew says

    Somehow, being nuts under the guise of religion is still accepted around the world even in the age of iPads, hybrid cars and space travel. Go figure.

  10. mattgmd says

    Yet again, I say we should be suspicious of the gaggle of alleged heteros that continue to be obsessed with The Gays. One might infer they are worried that if The Gays are allowed to marry, then they will have less opportunities for closeted gay sex encounters while their wives are busy for the day.

  11. Kyle Sullivan says

    This two-faced little weasel let an innocent man be executed for what’s been proven to not even have been a crime (Todd Willingham) and he’s got the balls to ask God for help? I hope Prick Perry burns in hell.

  12. Kyle Michel Sullivan says

    I hit “return” before I could add, he’s a true idiot if he thinks the crap he pulled about Todd Willingham won’t haunt his so-called presidential ambitions. He’s got blood on his hands…but then, so did Laura Bush, and her bastard husband got elected.

  13. Ambrose says

    Progressive people of faith in the Dallas/Fort Worth area are organizing an on-site protest against the American Family Association‘s co-sponsoring of Gov. Perry‘s “prayer assembly“ in Houston on August 6th at the Reliant Stadium. We are intent on holding a respectful, loving, nonviolent and well-publicized protest that makes it clear that what the AFA preaches is not the gospel. A number of prominent progressive church leaders from the Dallas/Fort Worth area have signed on, though the protest will be led by lay people. We hope we will be joined by folks from throughout the state and beyond. Our first organizational meeting will be at 2PM on Saturday, June 18, at Fort Worth First Congregational Church UCC, 4201 Trail Lake Drive, Fort Worth. Our Facebook event page: Hate Speech Is Not The Gospel Rally; our Facebook Group: Hate Speech Is Not the Gospel.

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