Rick Perry for President – watch for the dishonest “tell”


This is amazing isn’t it? Everyone just sitting on pins and needles to see if we will be blessed with Rick Perry’s entry”

Texas Governor Rick Perry will upend the Republican presidential primary with his entry this weekend, CNN’s latest national poll shows.  He starts off in a virtual tie with Mitt Romney, 17/15, with his nearest competitors at 12%.  Perhaps most surprisingly, Michele Bachmann isn’t among them — and her support gets cut almost in half with Perry’s candidacy. Hot air

Some of us wonder if we really choose our candidate for President. Are they pre-selected by others? Before you stop reading this as just another conspiracy blog, hang with me. Have you noticed the drum beat is picking up for Rick Perry? How the media is fawning over whether he is going to run? Now we hear from Mr. Perry that he is getting a calling. His civic duty, his moral duty as defined by his wife. He headed up Gore’s Presidential campaign in Texas. Soon thereafter he had a GOP conversion. OK.. maybe he is cool, and I am just overly cautious. How did that last selection process work out for us? So lets this time, keep our eyes open and watch for the “tell”. I will open with a one important one that I am picking up.

A “tell” :

A tell in poker is a change in a player’s behavior or demeanor that is claimed by some to give clues to that player’s assessment of his hand. A player gains an advantage if he observes and understands the meaning of another player’s tell, particularly if the tell is unconscious and reliable. Sometimes a player may fake a tell, hoping to induce his opponents to make poor judgments in response to the false tell. More often, people try to avoid giving out a tell, by maintaining a poker face regardless of how strong their hand is.

NAFTA Superhighway plans advance south Texas governor, Mexico agree to extend Trans-Texas Corridor

The Trans-Texas Corridor, part of the NAFTA Superhighway projected to link the United States with Canada and Mexico as an integral cog of the North American Union, is back on the agenda after Texas Governor Rick Perry lied in claiming that the proposal was dead earlier this year.

The open plan to merge the US with Mexico and Canada and create a Pan-American Union networked by a NAFTA Superhighway has long been a Globalist brainchild, but fierce opposition to the plan from activists across the country has stalled the plan at least temporarily.

A key component of the NAU transport system was the proposed Trans Texas Corridor, a massive 4,000 mile network of highways that were to be sold to the Spanish company Cintra and operated as toll roads – creating a huge new tax on the American people which would be paid directly to a foreign-owned private company.

Texas Governor and Bilderberg invitee Rick Perry launched a PR stunt in January when he claimed that the Trans Texas Corridor was dead, when in reality as Jerome Corsi and others pointed out, the project was merely to have its name changed and its design slightly altered.

 Perry and his statement on Open Borders:

That is why it is wrong, and inherently detrimental to our relationship with Mexico for the U.S. Congress to pursue a protectionist policy that forbids Mexican trucks from U.S. roadways. It is bad public policy, and it violates the terms of the NAFTA agreement we agreed to. Mexican trucks that meet our safety standards should be given the same access to U.S. roads as our Canadian neighbors to the north.

President Fox’s vision for an open border is a vision I embrace, as long as we demonstrate the will to address the obstacles to it. An open border means poverty has given way to opportunity, and Mexico’s citizens do not feel compelled to cross the border to find that opportunity.http://governor.state.tx.us/news/speech/10688/

Then we have Illegal immigrants can get in-state tuition at Texas universities. Neither employers nor state agencies are required to run job applicants through a federal database to determine their legal status. Illegal immigrants have access to services for drug treatment, mental health and children with special health care needs.

For more of my concerns try out my post Beware of the Rick Perry-Candidate for President

14 Responses to “Rick Perry for President – watch for the dishonest “tell””

  1. Texas Perry and his Globalist Policies – Agenda 21? « BUNKERVILLE | God, Guns and Guts Comrades! Says:

    […] more, look at earlier posts Rick Perry watch for the dishhonest tell  for more on his Trans-Texas Corridor and  Rick Perry supports Bi-National Health Insurance with […]

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  2. Slick Rick Perry supports ‘Bi-National’ Health Insurance with Mexico « BUNKERVILLE | God, Guns and Guts Comrades! Says:

    […] to Governor Perry’s own words on various matters. Check out an earlier post of mine: Rick Perry-Watch out for the dishonest ‘tell’ -with much on […]

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  3. Maggie@MaggiesNotebook Says:

    I haven’t been paying attention and naively thought the Super Highway was dead or never alive, as so many people have stated the whole thing was a gigantic conspiracy theory. I don’t like the Cintra connection – we don’t need a Spanish company controlling road in the U.S. I will never support anyone supporting the DREAM Act or any version of it. So thanks for this.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      I thought it was dead as well, and never really thought much about it. I was amazed at the extent of the Highway. I am not so quick to discount the conspiracists as I once was.

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  4. Steve Dennis Says:

    He has held some positions in the past that are worrisome, such as support for the DREAM Act.
    We can always tell which candidates the media likes ad they try to force them on us; they did it with Mccain and they are doing it with Roomney right now. There is a reason why the media chooses a certain Republican in every election and it is because they find the one they feel is the lesser evil in case the Democrat is defeated. We can’t let them chose our candidate this time.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      I am with you Steve. I am not sure about the Media’s intent. Undecided is more correct. I post possibilites of nefarious intent at times, because of a inquiring mind I guess.

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  5. republicanmother Says:

    Thanks for pointing out the hypocrisy of Perry. This guy gives me the creeps and I have blogged on his open borders policies as well.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      You nailed my feelings about him. I consider myself a religious person, but this business about “the calling” as if he is the annointed one is getting really old. Sitting back, and preening about running, enough. In or out. Thanks for stopping by, I added you to my roll- you have a nice place with good stuff.

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  6. KingShamus Says:

    Do. Not. Want. Another Amnesty Republican presidential candidate.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Well KS, you best start moving those fingers to the keyboard because it is not looking so good at the moment!

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  7. Conservatives on Fire Says:

    Silverfiddle may be right. But either way, Perry is not the candidate that conservatives should want. Many pundits are saying that if Perry enters the race that Sarah Palin will throw her support behind him. If he does and she does, then Perry will be the Republican candidate and we will once again be put in the position of voting for the lesser of two evils.If that happens, and it pains me to say this; but, I would recommend that conservatives support him and at the same time work like hell to elect true conservatives to the House and Senate. Hang in there, my friend.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Either way we are screwed in my mind. It is over. He will be the pick. He is a globalist either way. And Spain will own the highway, and we will pay tolls. Millions of acres of farm and cattle land destroyed. taken by eminent domain.

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  8. silverfiddle Says:

    It’s a long stretch from the “NAFTA Superhighway” to a complete merger of Canada, the US and Mexico under the currency of the Amero.
    This is less a sovereignty conspiracy and more of an international oligarchy wanting to make more money by bypassing American ports where workers make over $100K/year in favor of Mexican ports where workers make a tenth of that.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      As I said.. looking for the”tell”.. sure doesn’t sound like a winner to me. More cheap labor products from Mexico instead of China.
      WND has previously reported, the $180 billion needed to build the 4,000-mile TTC network planned for construction over the next 50 years will be financed by Cintra Concesiones de Infraestructuras de Transporte, S.A., a foreign investment consortium based in Spain. Cintra will own the leasing and operating rights on TTC highways for 50 years after their completion is complete.

      WND also has reported Perry has received substantial campaign contributions from Cintra and Zachry Construction Company, the San Antonio-based construction firm selected by TxDOT to build out the TTC.

      And WND has established that Cintra is represented in the United States by Bracewell and Giuliani, Republican Party presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani’s Houston-based law firm.

      Just this week, WND reported TxDOT already is moving to apply its four-football-fields-wide NAFTA superhighway plan of building new train-truck-car-pipeline corridors to the states of Oklahoma and Colorado in a design that stretches from the Mexican border at Laredo, Texas, to Denver, Colo.

      Read more: Texas governor clears way for NAFTA superhighway http://www.wnd.com/?pageId=42209#ixzz1T2RyXyzZ

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