"A wise and frugal government which shall restrain men
from injuring one another, which shall leave them otherwise free to regulate their own pursuits of industry and improvement, and shall not take from the mouth of labor the bread it has earned. This is the sum of good government."
(Thomas Jefferson)

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Inhofe plans to back Rick Perry for president on Monday

This is no surprise as there was no way Senator Inhofe would have endorsed Romney or Huntsman after their stance on Global Warming that the scientists are correct.  This article is the Senator at his finest when he talks about John Thune versus Obama or Newt sitting on the couch with Pelosi.

Obviously Romney and Huntsman don't have a clue about what we have been putting up with from the EPA out here as they jumped on the Global Warming bandwagon of Gore and Company yet they call themselves Conservative Republicans?   Global Warming is man made and supporting Cap and Trade until it is a political liability as a Republican does not make a conservative.

No thanks to anyone mushy on the environmentalist movement of the EPA, Sierra Club, etc.  Inhofe has it right -- endorse Gov Rick Perry who shares his opinion on Global Warming!
Inhofe plans to back Rick Perry for president

By Staff Reports
Published: 8/24/2011  10:00 AM
Last Modified: 8/24/2011  10:45 AM 
U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe said Wednesday that he plans to endorse Texas Gov. Rick Perry for president. 
"I called Rick Perry a year ago and told him, 'If you're running for president, I'll be the first to endorse you,'" Inhofe said at a State Chamber of Commerce breakfast at the Tulsa Press Club. 
"I'm going to be that person on Monday." 
Inhofe said he "likes Mitt Romney, but he's a little mushy on environmental issues" and "Newt Gingrich, I always have this vision of him sitting on the couch holding hands with Nancy Pelosi," but that he has no reservations about Perry. 
Inhofe said he also thinks Perry has the best chance of any Republican to defeat Democratic incumbent Barack Obama.  
Inhofe had previously thought another potential candidate had a chance against Obama. 
"That person was John Thune, the senator from South Dakota. The reason I say that is he's taller than Obama is, he's better looking than Obama is, and he's the same age Obama is. He would have made a good candidate, but he's not running." 
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