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  1. vfeinstein
    March 23, 2013

    Not only does TexASS have the highest rate of uninsured in the country, it also has the highest rate of minimum wage paying jobs in the country and one the highest teen pregnancy rates in the country. Gee, TexASS has much to be “proud” of …

    Just another oops in a long list of oops by Rick “Oops” Perry …

  2. RubyOndine
    March 23, 2013

    Even my uber conservative parents (the VoteUnderGod dot com website was made by my family’s church) hate Rick Perry. Can’t wait until he’s gone for good.

  3. Moongrim
    March 23, 2013

    A number of Texan friends often refer to Gov. George W. Bu$h as the ‘smart one’, when talking about Perry.

  4. iSpeed27
    March 23, 2013

    Some time last year, I remember reading a study linking higher IQ to liberal beliefs and lower IQ with conservative beliefs. I also remember reading a study about leaders vs. followers. It stated, in general, leaders tend to have higher IQ’s wither a portion of that group having no religious affiliation while followers tend to have lower IQ’s and just about all of them have some religious affiliation.

    Living in Texas, I can honestly say I don’t think this state will turn blue any time in the near future. The people here prove both studies mentioned before. There are more here who have the follower mentality and, based on behavior, more than likely have a lower IQ. The majority of people here, for the most part, believe just about anything their leaders tell them. Most religions teach their followers to follow blindly and not question. That appears to be the prevalent attitude here.

    Perhaps once the moral majority become the minority, this state will be more Democratic than Republican, but that doesn’t seem likely any time soon.

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