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Governor Rick Perry of Texas speaking at the R...

John Coleman, appearing on Red Ice Radio on September 26, 2011, diagnosed many of the problems facing the United States, yet fell into the establishment’s clutches by coming out in support of Texas Governor Rick Perry for the Republican presidential nomination in 2012 (starting at 16:38).

Subsequent to the interview, Perry made a total fool of himself, much to the chagrin of his establishment promoters, who had already invited him to attend Bilderberg meetings, as he himself later admitted.

But unlike past attendees Bill Clinton and Tony Blair who were invited before their rise to power, Perry flopped.

As if being an attendee of the annual Bilderberg conference wasn’t enough of a giveaway that Perry is an establishment candidate, there was the video of a Bank of America lobbyist telling Perry they would help him out.

The host expressed surprise at Coleman’s claim, but moved on, since there’s no point in putting the guest in a defensive position in stating an opinion when the rest of his points seemed good.

To me, this shows how too many seemingly well-meaning patriots continue to let themselves be duped into voting for a candidate of the establishment parties, thinking that they will somehow be different, as if the bi-partisan examples of “compassionate conservative” George W. Bush and “hope and change” Barack Obama weren’t enough for them by now.

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Meet the Press

Meet the Press, America’s longest-running television show, isn’t still on the air due to superior research and guests.

On the September 4, 2011 episode, they played a video of one of Texas Governor Rick Perry’s campaign events, in which a┬ánine year old asked him who was his favourite superhero.

At 26:35:

I’m gonna show you my age a little bit, Eric, because I don’t know any of the real current superheroes, but there was one back in my day named Superman, and Superman came to save the United States.

Too bad that Meet the Press researchers and host, David Gregory, failed to point out to their audience that Superman had recently renounced his U.S. citizenship, which I find to be very fitting symbolism for would-be President Rick Perry’s plan for America.

Then, at 30:55, presidential historian and frequent Meet the Press talking head, Doris Kearns Goodwin, declared about Perry:

Some of his stands — saying Social Security is unconstitutional, the income tax is bad, we go back to the Senators being elected by state legislatures. That was great, when we had Mr. Oil and Mr. Gas and you could buy your way into the Senate.

First of all, Social Security IS unconstitutional, since it’s not general welfare, but specific welfare. Even if you consider it to be general welfare, the general welfare clause was intended to be a restrictive clause, in limiting spending to Congress’ enumerated powers.

The income tax IS bad since its purpose was and is to insure an ever-growing and unpayable national debt.

And as for big corporations buying their way into the Senate in the past, as if that doesn’t happen even more now! Before, big corporations had to curry favour with a majority of the elected legislators of each of the several States, whereas now, they are able to buy off senators directly, and they have unlimited campaign contributions with which to do so since the 2010 Citizens United Supreme Court decision.

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