11 October 2011 0 Comments

Rick Perry Wins Pennsylvania – Part 9: “Don’t Go After My Dog”

This vignette illustrates Rick Perry’s common sense view of national defense. It reminds me of Sarah Palin’s Mama Grizzly and is, certainly, different than Liberal academics view. There is a joke: “Are You a Democrat, a Republican or a Southerner?

Recently Governor Perry allowed his Labrador Retriever to accompany him on his daily six mile jog. While on his run, he and his pet were accosted by a menacing coyote. After remaining still and waiting to see what the wild coyote would do, the governor pulled out a .380 Ruger and shot the coyote dead when it become apparent the coyote was after his pup.

When he returned to the governor’s office he was queried about his “heartless” actions towards “innocent” animals. After answering more than one question on the matter, and in a mildly exasperated manner he replied, “Don’t go after my dog!”  In other words while the press was confused about his value system, he saw it in very simple terms.

Gov. Perry’s commonsense approach to problems and his core convictions resonate with the average American voter. There is such a thing as right and wrong. Not everything or everyone needs a presidential Blue Ribbon Commission to determine what’s wrong and what’s right.”

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