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Some "DIRT" on Republican Rick Perry (Admitted-Bilderberger and NWO Globalist, "Governor Gardasil" of Texas)

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Some "DIRT" on Republican Rick Perry (Admitted-Bilderberger and NWO Globalist, "Governor Gardasil" of Texas)
Slick Rick Perry... talks like a Texan, but acts like a Globalist Traitor and typical SLIMEY Politician!
So, you think you should vote for Rick Perry to become U.S. President in 2012, ey? Well, maybe you ought to consider a LARGE part of some info that I do not think you have been made aware of, just yet.

A LARGE portion of the initial research listed here in this note was done by someone on FB named "Atom Ant" (Facebook profile page: - whom I saw talking about Perry on Deborah Langdon's discussion thread: ). Later links in the 2nd section were swiftly scoured from facebook just by me alone... And, links in the 3rd section were gleaned from postings by Zack Brown (profile page: ) here, on Rick Perry's own Facebook fan page: (Start at item #1 and work your way up/backwards).

--- Start of Mr. "Atom Ant" 's research:

Rick Perry not a true conservative and his actions are those of a Democrat... This guy will say anything to get elected...

Perry was not just a Democrat... He was Al Gore’s campaign chairman for Texas... He conveniently changed parties to Republican to get an appointment in the Republican State house. Perry decided it was more convenient to be a Republican… Now he claims (for convenience) he is a Tea Party supporter…

And yes, Al Gore was a Global Warming kook back then when Perry staunchly supported Al Gore and his Global Warming policies...

Tries to Get Out of Ticket with unlawful use of office - Texas State Trooper Dash camera

Crony Quid-pro-quo... Mega-donors have won hefty contracts or appointments.

Crony kick backs and vaccines that killed.

Perry has blood on his hands…

As Fiscally Irresponsible as Barack Obama

Bwa-hahahaha! Rick Perry fans, CHECK THIS: "Does this ASS make my TRUCK look big?!" lmao!
Says border fence is "Nonsense"

Endorsed by Mexican President for Giving Mexicans Scholarships!

Would veto Arizona immigration law

Close ties to Islam [who cares? --RDH]

Wielded his enormous power to influence changes in the schoolrooms and in the curriculum to reflect a Sharia compliant version of Islam. Some students in Texas think Muslims discovered America thanks to Perry...

[Again, I do not care about people learning about Islam but we do need to retain accuracy in the truth of history --RDH]


Willing to hand over US soil to foreign nations.

Don’t Believe the Hype. Meet the Real Rick Perry

He was picked by the liberal commercial media... not the people. He will not make it past first base. Even with the Republican women dreaming of sex in the White House with him... Even Clinton is getting jealous and fears he may have his White House sexcapade record broken.

This guy is almost as bad as Obama and could pass for Clinton Jr.

I'm hearing now he even fast tracked the smart meters that are burning down people’s homes.

--- End of "Atom Ant" research.

Rick Perry sucking on a corn dog at the 2011 Iowa State Fair (after their Straw Poll)
More "DIRT" (just a few links I picked up about him in the past week):

Rick Perry was Democrat Al Gore's Campaign Manager in 1988:

Slideshow: When Rick Perry was a Democrat, by Texas Tribune Staff

Rick Perry once worked with ACORN! yes, THAT ACORN!!!
Former Reagan aide: ‘Rick Perry is an idiot’ | Raw Replay

Whatever Rick Perry’s Record Is, It’s Not Conservative | The New Republic

Rick Perry Imagines Day One:

TX Gov. Rick Perry Attends Bilderberg in Istanbul, 2007

Rick Perry is the Bankers' Answer to Ron Paul [those same BANKERS who are against Ron Paul - making sense yet?]:

Rick Perry on Al Gore, the NAFTA Superhighway, and Bilderberg:

Rick Perry = another George W. Bush!
Rick Perry Said He Was Just Like George W. Bush (a FAKE Texan):

Rick Perry Said Bush Defended Us From Freedom:

Rick Perry is the Neo-Con Warmonger Choice for President:

[former Mexico El Presidente] Vicente Fox Thanks Governor Perry:

Bank of America to Rick Perry: 'We Will Help You Out'

[PROOF that BROKE BIG BANKS are funding corrupt politicians to further the demise of America!]

How Rick Perry aggressively pursued federal aid he now decries:

Sultan Knish: Rick Perry and Islam [WHERE ARE ALL THE ZIONIST or Israel-supporter OPINIONS AT???]

Ron Paul mocks Rick Perry, credits Jon Stewart - Alexander Burns:

Seven ways Rick Perry wants to change the Constitution:

VIDEO: Rick Perry Don't Need No Stinkin' Free Market!

Michelle Malkin » Plumbing the rest of the Perry record

Rick Perry the Pornographer [from Russia Today]

Tea Party Fraud Rick Perry is Political Herpes [he regularly cheated on his wife and was always running around with local STRIPPERS] -- this is a VERY REVEALING article written by my friend Robert Morrow of Austin, Texas:

Ron Paul backer runs ad seeking dirt on Rick Perry's personal life "Have YOU had sex with Rick Perry?":

[Credit to Austin, Texas activist / CASH founder Mr. Robert Morrow for actually placing this ad himself!]

Ad: 'Have You Had Sex With Rick Perry?' - Politics News Story - KERO Bakersfield:

The untold story of a lunch receipt with Rick Perry's name on it from a place that features drag shows...

Gay rumors complicate Rick Perry's presidential prospects — RT [Russia Today]

Texas Governor's Gay Sex Scandal Covered in Austin paper, the First Non-Internet Media Outlet...

Rick Perry his strippers, hookers, gay affairs, bisexual adultery interview - well summarized:

The now-infamous (and NATIONWIDE!) “Have you had sex with Rick Perry” advertisement by CASH / Robert Morrow:

Ron Paul backer runs ad seeking dirt on Rick Perry’s personal life

‘It’s Rather Silly’: Ron Paul Responds to Supporter’s Rick Perry Sex Ad Controversy

And my friend "East Bay Truther" said: "Closet gays are the worst, They usually go berserk and kill other gays. Its called self hate. Look at Hitler. Hitler was a doo doo chaser. Most of the high up NAZI's were fudge packers." lmao (this is true! :)


Rick Perry's Hardcore History of Investment in Porn:

Rick Perry Spent $78 at La Te Da Drag Queen Show in Florida in 2009 | Before It's News

Did you know that Rick Perry was a MALE CHEERLEADER? lol No kidding!

Rick Perry Hurt Little Girls:

Gardasil - The Damage is Done: From A Best Friend's View:

Rick Perry would de-fund Planned Parenthood, but not his Forced Vaccine Executive Order - under his Big Government Program:

Rick Perry Fervently Supported the TARP Bailouts in 2008 | :

The letter Rick Perry wrote to Pelosi urging her to pass TARP (the bank bail-outs of 2008!!).
He leads CHEERS for the tyrannical ESTABLISHMENT, as well:

Bush / Obama. Demo-rat Republi-scam:

Rick Perry Fervently Supported the TARP Bailouts in 2008 | :

The letter Rick Perry wrote to Pelosi urging her to pass TARP (the bank bail-outs of 2008!!).

"Gov. Rick Perry is a happy executioner, having presided over 230 executions in Texas. That’s more, reported The Texas Tribune, “than any other modern governor of any state.”

--- And, from Zack Brown:

Political caricature (artist unknown)
14 Reasons Why Rick Perry Would Be A Really, Really Bad President:

  1. Rick Perry is a "big government" politician. When Rick Perry became the governor of Texas in 2000, the total spending by the Texas state government was approximately $49 billion. Ten years later it was approximately $90 billion. That is not exactly reducing the size of government.
  1. The debt of the state of Texas is out of control. According to, the debt to GDP ratio in Texas is 22.9% and the debt per citizen is $10,645. In California (a total financial basket case), the debt to GDP ratio is just 18.7% and the debt per citizen is only $9932. If Rick Perry runs for president these are numbers he will want to keep well hidden.
  1. The total debt of the Texas government has more than doubled since Rick Perry became governor. So what would the U.S. national debt look like after four (or eight) years of Rick Perry?
  1. Rick Perry has spearheaded the effort to lease roads in Texas to foreign companies, to turn roads that are already free to drive on into toll roads, and to develop the Trans-Texas Corridor which would be part of the planned NAFTA superhighway system. If you really do deep research on this whole Trans-Texas Corridor nonsense you will see why no American should ever cast a single vote for Rick Perry.
  1. Rick Perry claims that he has a "track record" of not raising taxes. That is a false claim. Rick Perry has repeatedly raised taxes and fees while he has been governor. Today, Texans are faced with significantly higher taxes and fees than they were before Rick Perry was elected.
  1. Even with the oil boom in Texas, 23 states have a lower unemployment rate than Texas does.
  1. Back in 1988, Rick Perry supported Al Gore for president. In fact, Rick Perry actually served as Al Gore's campaign chairman in the state of Texas that year.
  1. Between December 2007 and April 2011, weekly wages in the U.S. increased by about 5 percent. In the state of Texas they increased by just 0.6% over that same time period.
  1. Texas now has one of the worst education systems in the nation. The following is from an opinion piece that was actually authored by Barbara Bush earlier this year... "We rank 36th in the nation in high school graduation rates. An estimated 3.8 million Texans do not have a high school diploma.We rank 49th in verbal SAT scores, 47th in literacy and 46th in average math SAT scores. We rank 33rd in the nation on teacher salaries."
  1. Rick Perry attended the Bilderberg Group meetings in 2007. Associating himself with that organization should be a red flag for all American voters.
  1. Texas has the highest percentage of workers making minimum wage out of all 50 states.
  1. Rick Perry often gives speeches about illegal immigration, but when you look at the facts, he has been incredibly soft on the issue. If Rick Perry does not plan to secure the border, then he should not be president because illegal immigration is absolutely devastating many areas of the southwest United States.
  1. In 2007, 221,000 residents of Texas were making minimum wage or less. By 2010, that number had risen to 550,000.
  1. Rick Perry actually issued an executive order in 2007 that would have forced almost every single girl in the state of Texas to receive the Gardasil vaccine before entering the sixth grade. Perry would have put parents in a position where they would have had to fill out an application and beg the government not to inject their child with a highly controversial vaccine. Since then, very serious safety issues regarding this vaccine have come to light. Fortunately, lawmakers in Texas blocked what Perry was trying to do. According to Wikipedia, many were troubled when "apparent financial connections between Merck and Perry were reported by news outlets, such as a $6,000 campaign contribution and Merck's hiring of former Perry Chief of Staff Mike Toomey to handle its Texas lobbying work."
Austin, Texas activist Robert Morrow's recently placed NATIONWIDE ad: Ad: 'Have You Had Sex With Rick Perry?' - Politics News Story - KERO Bakersfield:

So, now knowing all of this, do you STILL want to vote for Rick Perry or support ANYTHING he does in the future?! If you do, you have to be EVIL or CRAZY!

Why don't you all go visit Rick Perry's Facebook fan page and tell him and his zombie fans what you really think and feel about him NOW?


Are kids in Christian classes coming out less Christian?

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Are kids in Christian classes coming out less Christian?

Study finds parochial, private, home education have startling effects on faith

By Drew Zahn

A two-year study of graduates from Catholic, Protestant and home schools found the choice of private education, when compared to public education, had significant effects on the students' academics, civics and faith – but not necessarily the effects one might expect.

For example, the study found, the adjusted net effect on students of private, Catholic schooling versus public schooling was to produce graduates even less likely to believe in moral absolutes, to respect the authority of the Catholic Church, to believe in the infallibily of Scripture or to condemn premarital sex.

The study also discovered, for example, that "the stereotypical picture of the highly political right-wing Protestant Christian is false," finding that graduates of Christian schools are less engaged in politics than their peers, as measured by talking less about politics, participating less in campaigns and donating less to political causes.

"In contrast to the popular stereotypes portraying Christian schools as promoting a socially fragmented, anti-intellectual, politically radical and militantly right-winged lifestyle," claims the survey from Cardus, a think tank focusing on North American society, "this comprehensive study reveals a very different picture of the Christian school graduate."

How so?

"Compared to their public school, Catholic school and non-religious private school peers," the study determined, "Protestant Christian school graduates are uniquely compliant, generous, outwardly-focused individuals who stabilize their communities by their uncommon commitment to their families, their churches and larger society. … Graduates of Christian schools donate money [to charity] significantly more than graduates of other schools, despite having lower household income. Similarly, graduates of Protestant Christian schools are more generous with their time, participating far more than their peers both in service trips for relief and development and in mission trips for evangelization."

The study also found dozens of intriguing comparisons in the areas of academics and faith.

The Cardus Education Survey, a million-dollar study conducted by Cardus in a research partnership with the University of Notre Dame, analyzed both quantitative and qualitative research into the lives of nearly 2,500 American high school graduates between the ages of 24-39, measuring at least 43 different categories of academic, spiritual and civic life.

The results of the survey were then weighted against over 30 variables known to impact student development – such as the closeness of a student's relationship to parents, religious service attendance, race and so forth – in order to "isolate the effect of school type on the spiritual, socio-cultural and educational outcomes of students six to 21 years after high school graduation," according to the study's report. The effect of school type was then compared to public school graduates as a control group.

Though the study also included graduates of home schools (separated into "religious" home education, based on mothers' church attendance, and non-religious home education) and non-religious private schools, the most statistically significant results came in comparing Catholic to Protestant:

"In many cases, the difference in outcomes between Catholic and Protestant Christian schools is striking," the study states. "Catholic schools provide superior academic outcomes, an experience that translates into graduates' enrollment in more prestigious colleges and universities, more advanced degrees and higher household income.

"At the same time, however, our research finds that the moral, social and religious dispositions of Catholic school graduates seem to run counter to the values and teachings of the Catholic church," the study concludes. "For example, students graduating from Catholic schools divorce no less than their public school counterparts, and significantly more than their Protestant Christian and non-religious private school peers. Similarly, having attended Catholic school has no impact on the frequency with which those graduates will attend church services, and Catholic school graduates are less likely to serve as leaders in their churches."

The study also found, "On every measure of traditional religious beliefs, Protestant Christian school graduates show significantly more adherence to the church teachings than their peers, findings that hold up after rigorous controls, indicating the impact of the Protestant Christian school on the long-term religious beliefs of their graduates."

The authors of the study concluded, "Protestant Christian schools play a vital role in the long-term faith of their students, while Catholic schools seem to be largely irrelevant, sometimes even counterproductive to the development of their students' faith."

Other intriguing findings included the following:

Sample graph of findings from Cardus Education Survey, where a control gropu of public schooled graduates is represented by the zero line, demonstrating the net effect of private schooling
  • All private schools, even non-religious and home schools, showed significant positive effect over public schools on graduates reporting "feelings that their high school prepared them for a vibrant and religious spiritual life," with religious home educated graduates faring the best, scoring on average over 3 points higher on a 7-point scale than public schooled students.
  • The net effect of Protestant and religious home education was an increase in graduates' reported attendance at religious services, while Catholic and non-religious private school grads reported a decrease in attendance.
  • Religious home education produced the greatest effect on increasing graduates' belief that morality should be based on an absolute, unchanging standard (see graph at right), while Catholic schooling actually decreased this belief.
  • Protestant and religious home educated graduates showed a net increase in belief in the Bible as an infallible guide for personal life and behavior, that premarital sex is wrong and that divorce is wrong, while Catholic and non-religious private schooling showed a net decrease in these beliefs.
  • Protestant school graduates showed a significant increase in financial giving – both to their churches and to other religious groups – when compared to public schooled students, but all other forms of private school showed a net decrease in giving.
  • Protestant school graduates were also far more likely than all other groups to report volunteering in their churches, traveling on missions trips and serving on relief trips.
  • Protestant and religious home school graduates showed a greater likelihood to talk with their spouse about God, pray and read the Bible together, but all those gains were reduced to statistical meaninglessness when the graduates' children entered the picture, showing private schooling to have no significant effect on future family religious life when compared to public schooled graduates.
  • All groups of private schooled graduates reported "feelings that their high school prepared them for personal relationships, friendships and family relations, especially marriage" at rates higher than their public schooled peers.
  • Catholic schools – whose administrators also reported to Cardus a higher emphasis than their Protestant peers on academic achievement – produced more graduates attending top 20 universities and significantly more attending Carnegie Research I and II universities.
  • While much more likely to report high school diplomas, graduates of religious home education were far less likely than all other groups to report advanced or college degrees.
  • All four groups – Catholic, Protestant, non-religious private and religious home schools – showed a net negative effect when compared to public schools in producing graduates with college or advanced degrees.

The Cardus team again summarized their findings: "This research finds that Catholic schools are providing higher quality intellectual development, at the expense of developing students' faith and commitment to religious practices. Protestant Christian schools, conversely, are providing a place where students become distinct in their commitment to faith, but are not advancing to higher education any more than their public school peers. Graduates of Catholic schools and non-religious private schools show a significant advantage in years of education, while Protestant Christian school graduates have statistically identical attainment levels as their public school peers. Additionally, graduates of Protestant Christian schools attend less competitive colleges than both their Catholic and non-religious private school peers."

The researchers suggested the differences between Catholic and Protestant schools may be directly tied to the institutions' priorities, as measured by an included survey of over 150 private school administrators in the U.S. and Canada.

"These outcomes closely reflect the values reported by school administrators," the study concludes. "While Catholic school administrators rank university as the top priority more than any other option, more Protestant Christian school administrators rank family as the top emphasis of the school."

What about homeschooling?

Dr. Brian D. Ray of the National Home Education Research Institute warned WND that while the study raises some "wide-ranging and fascinating" questions about how homeschooling stacks up against public, parochial and Christian education, careful analysis of the research prevents drawing too broad of conclusions:

"In the end, however, the findings presented reveal very little dependable information about the graduates of home-based education," Ray wrote in a mass email. "[First], the homeschool sample size was very small. Less than 90 of the roughly 2,000 respondents were homeschooled, and only a portion (that was not reported) of the 90 had been in religious homeschools … and religious instruction was a critical consideration in this study.

"Second, 'homeschooled' in this report is operationally defined as the respondent marking that he or she primarily attended homeschool during high school," he continued. "The report does not reveal for how many of their K-12 years they were home educated."

Ray wondered in particular about one statement the survey made, saying it sounded awfully discouraging: "One of the most significant findings in this study is the long-term commitment of Protestant Christian school graduates to stay within the Protestant faith. ... Other schooling types, including Catholic schools [and religious homeschools], have no impact on the religious affiliations their graduates choose as adults."

Still, Ray warned, such a statement should be taken with a grain of salt:

"The authors executed a good design that offers solid findings mainly about high school graduates who primarily attended public school, Catholic schools, religious schools (not Catholic) and non-religious private schools during their high school years," he said. "[Βut] certain limitations, such as the extremely small sample size for graduates of religious homeschool high schools, do not allow much of substance to be said about those who were raised in 'religious' homeschool families. Perhaps the authors of this research project will offer more in future reports about adults who were home educated."

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