Liberals Continue to Undercut TX Gov. Rick Perry

First, a word about the New York Times. The Times recently published almost the precise home address (they published the street and town) of white police officer Darren Wilson who is at the center of the controversy in Ferguson, Missouri. This information, which is now all over the internet, obviously is going to offer crucial information to people who want to seek out and harm Wilson where he lives. It also could endanger other people in the neighborhood.

Yet after a lengthy grand jury investigation under totally legal proceedings Wilson was not charged in the shooting death of Michael Brown. Thus the publishing of Wilson’s address shows yet again how left-wing extremists work to undermine the rule of law. The Times knew precisely what it was doing in revealing Wilson’s location. This is to be expected from a newspaper that supports a radical like Obama. The New York Times should be sued for $50 million. And now here is a commentary about governor Perry.

Here are some excerpts from Politico.com about Texas Republican governor Rick Perry and his potential 2016 presidential bid. Remember that the first primaries are coming up in just over one year. (Note: Nikitas3.com strongly supports Perry):

Politico.com reports: Texas Gov. Rick Perry is inviting hundreds of prominent Republican donors and policy experts to a series of gatherings next month that are intended to rebuild his damaged national brand and lay the foundation for a potential 2016 presidential campaign, fundraisers and organizers confirmed to POLITICO. Nikitas3.com comment: By “damaged national brand”, the Left-wing Media mean that Perry made one mistake in a debate in the 2012 Republican presidential primaries which the media are still squawking about. In the debate Perry forgot the name of one of the federal agencies in Washington. So big deal.

Meanwhile Obama has ruined the whole country and the same media adore Obama. Perry could turn America around in two years because he made Texas the most prosperous state in the union. But liberals hate Perry because they want America poor, unhappy and dependent, as it is becoming more of each every year under Obama. That is why liberal states are becoming poorer, unhappier and more government-dependent than conservative states, which are thriving even in the terrible Obama economy.

Politico.com reports: Perry’s intensive month of foundation-building comes as other prospective Republican presidential candidates – notably former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz – are engaging with the wealthy Texans who for years have been among the GOP’s most significant sources of cash. As the heir to a political dynasty with deep Texas ties, Bush in particular could seriously cut into Perry’s financial base. Bush over the last few months has met with major Texas donors. Nikitas3.com comment: If Bush takes away Rick Perry’s funding and is elected president Perry might have to settle for a major post in a Bush administration, like Treasury secretary. But Rick Perry should be president.

Then remember that Ronald Reagan was considered finished after he lost the primaries to Gerald Ford in 1976. Reagan then bounced back and won smashing victories to the presidency in 1980 and 1984. Democrats actually fear Perry because they know that he too could bounce back and that Perry’s success as governor of Texas will resonate with the American people, tens of millions of whom are fearful about the future. So the media and Democrats must marginalize Perry in every way possible. Every time you read about Perry now they mention that debate lapse. This is typical leftist behavior – smear a good person for one minor mistake. Of course Democrat Ted Kennedy served 40 years in the US Senate after allowing Mary Jo Kopechne to drown in 1969, and trying to cover it up. Bill Clinton continued to serve as president after being accused of rape.

Politico.com reports: While some in the party wonder if (Perry’s) star dimmed even further this summer when he was indicted on public corruption charges, Perry has nonetheless tried to remake his public image over the past year. Nikitas3.com comment: These charges are totally bogus and everyone knows it. They have been lodged by a hyper-partisan Democrat prosecutor. We should all remember the story about Republican Texas congressman Tom DeLay, who also went through legal hell and eventually was cleared, but only after years of court battles. The same legal persecution has happened to many innocent Republicans nationwide including state senate leader Joe Bruno in New York, US senator Ted Stevens of Alaska and governor Scott Walker in Wisconsin, all of whom were ultimately exonerated.

Politico.com reports: “I’m a huge fan of Gov. Perry’s and would do whatever I could to help, but other stars have emerged in the party, and I want to hear what they have to say,” said Matt Keelen, a GOP lobbyist who rallied Capitol Hill support for Perry’s 2012 campaign. Keelen specifically cited Sens. Rand Paul of Kentucky and Marco Rubio of Florida as intriguing presidential prospects. Nikitas3.com comment: Rand Paul and Marco Rubio are US senators. We need a governor in the White House, someone who has managed a state and shown success. Texas is the biggest success story in America.

Politico.com reports: A Washington lobbyist who supported Perry last time but has since cooled on him was more blunt, asserting that Perry “ran a crummy campaign in 2012” and hasn’t demonstrated that he’s figured out how to do things differently. Nikitas3.com comment: Again, this is how the Left-Wing Media have destroyed Perry over a few mistakes in style. Perhaps they could look at his substance, but don’t expect that. Or perhaps, on the other hand, they could look at Hillary Clinton’s non-record in ever creating a single job, and her stupid comments like, “Don’t let anybody tell you that it’s corporations and businesses that create jobs” or that she and Bill Clinton were not “truly well off” with a $100+ million fortune. If they cast the light on Hillary, she would be sunk. That is why Nikitas3.com believes that she cannot get elected – because these comments, and other weaknesses, are going to come out in the campaign. So these media hounds have to trash Perry and ignore his stellar record of success in Texas.

Politico.com reports: One prominent GOP bundler who was invited to Austin for one of the Perry sessions in December said, “I admire Perry, but my first commitment is to Jeb Bush and until Jeb makes up his mind, I and a lot of other folks in the Bush extended family are kind of frozen.” If Bush doesn’t run, the bundler said, “I think it’ll be time for a new generation.” Some major bundlers for George W. Bush’s presidential campaigns — including Wayne Berman and Dirk Van Dongen — have been supportive of (Florida Republican US senator Marco) Rubio. But (Rubio), who has not said whether he’s going to run, could face a difficult financial path if Bush ran, since the fellow Floridian (Bush) has deeper ties to many of Rubio’s home-state benefactors, as well as Bush family’s vaunted national money network.

Nikitas3.com comment: Rubio is a liberal hispanic Republican with no executive experience, like a governor. The nation is failing badly under a non-executive like Obama, thus we need a (former) governor in the White House. Meanwhile many liberals are talking up Democrat US senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts as a potential presidential candidate. Yet she is a crackpot, a former Harvard professor who has suggested raising the minimum wage to $22 an hour, and who has zero executive experience either running a state or even a business.

Politico.com reports: A GOP fundraiser who has worked with Texas donors said some of the richest among them have been meeting with Jeb Bush in Texas, and that his brother, the former president — and former Texas governor — George W. Bush has been talking up Jeb to rich Texans. “Perry is responding to that, and a lot of these donors are caught in the middle,” the fundraiser said of Perry’s Austin meetings. Nikitas3.com comment: George W. Bush ruined the Republican party and conservatism in general with the Iraq war. We should not have his brother as a candidate. He is too liberal anyway. Enough with the Bushes.

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