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August 16, 2011

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Conan OBrian said last night that Perry wore tight pants so much when in Texas legislature got the nickname "Crotch ".

Talking about the Prez race almost two years out is a distraction manufactured by the powers that be to keep our thoughts off more important issues. What a waste of time.

Randy, yeah, our system is bizarre. Doesn't the United Kingdom spend just a month or so on parliamentary elections and choosing a Prime Minister? Wish the U.S. could be more like them.

During the time that lived in Texas had Mr. Perry as a Governor I didn't follow politics as much, and I think in Hindsight I am glad, I might have years ago gone ... wtf!! Great BlOG!

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