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    Dear Mitt, did you ever own a rock?

    Dear Mitt, did you ever own a rock?

    The smear is long gone from the front pages, but will live on forever in Rick Perry’s campaign:

    “I know for a fact that in 1984, that rock was painted over. It was painted over very soon, my family did that.”

    Silly you, Rick, you thought WaPo cared about the truth.

    The only thing WaPo cares about is that every night until you either lose or drop out, late night comics will be making jokes about your rock.

    That’s the way they do it.

    Dear Mitt, WaPo doesn’t care about the truth about you, either.  So please tell us now if you ever owned a rock.


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    Kerrvillian | October 6, 2011 at 7:24 pm

    The MSM won’t care about Romney’s rock until after he is anointed the RNC candidate.

    As they did with McCain in 2008 the MSM is manipulating the field to choose the least conservative candidate for the RNC to alienate the conservatives and deter votes and/or turn-out.

    Between the usual corruption, union GOTV efforts and certain ethnic groups who vote overwhelmingly for the DNC candidate the MSM is hoping to deter the effects of Obama not delivering on his promises and poisoning the nation’s economy.

    They will pull out the rock for Romney after the nomination ceremony.

    LukeHandCool | October 6, 2011 at 7:37 pm

    Sticks and stones may break your bones …

    But words spinned by journalists can do far greater damage.

    workingclass artist | October 6, 2011 at 10:27 pm

    Mitt is trying to mock Gov. Perry for a lack of a bullshit 159 page plan. Even the WSJ thinks Romney’s plan is lame. In Texas we like results from sound conservative economic policy based on good old fashioned American Capitalism.

    “AUSTIN — Texas tax revenues have bounced back to levels nearly equal to pre-recession levels, indicating that the economy is in recovery, the state’s chief revenue estimator said Wednesday.

    John Heleman said taxes on retail sales, motor vehicles and oil production are near 2008 levels, the last year before the recession. Only natural gas taxes are lagging, mostly because of low prices, he said during a quarterly briefing to the state House Ways and Means committee.

    “The sales tax collection in 2008 was our all-time high, and then it went down in 2009,” Heleman told the committee. “It’s back up in 2011, and we’re essentially back to where we were in 2008 in terms of sales tax collections.”

    Texas has no state income tax, sales taxes are the largest revenue generator in Texas. Oil production revenues are higher, even though the price per barrel trend peaked a month ago and is heading back down. These feed the Texas “rainy day fund”, which is now projected to climb back up to $7BB in 2013.”

    Texas led the nation in exports 9 years in a row mostly with small business and manufacturing. Gov. Perry balanced the state budget and S&P upgraded our rating.

    Conservative principles work in Texas and can work nationwide with experienced leadership & Mitt can’t compete with that.

    workingclass artist | October 7, 2011 at 8:06 am

    “In fact, Mitt Romney’s campaign had pressed Nevada Republicans to move the caucuses into January so that he could maintain momentum coming out of New Hampshire, a state he expects to win. Romney also is counting on winning Nevada, where he finished first in 2008…”

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