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That’s the problem with Big Dickhead Perry:  Y’just can’t trust the SOB.

Just as he’s riding a wave of popular support and walking a path that would likely have carried him to a third full term as Texas governor, he goes and steps in a pile of dogshit.

Texas Governor Rick Perry say he believes the recent immigration law passed in Arizona would not be the right direction for the Lone Star State.

And I guess that’s ’cause you think they’re just gonna march east to Texas and swear on a stack o’ Aggie calendars that they’re a-gonna vote fer you, don’tcha?

Got news for you, Big Dickhead, ol’ boy.  More on that in a moment.

The Texas Republican says he fully recognizes and supports a state’s right and obligation to protect its citizens, but he has concerns with portions of the Arizona law.

Yeah, like the deportation  part – right, Big Dickhead?

Some aspects of the law turn law enforcement officers into immigration officials by requiring them to determine immigration status during any lawful contact with a suspected alien.

That’s right, BDH, it does.  But since being in this country illegally  is supposed to be, you know, a CRIME, it’s the same damned thing as checking for a criminal record.  Which is what the cops do anyway  during that little period when they take your license from you whilst they check it.

But you didn’t think of that, did you, Big Dickhead?

Perry says the focus must continue to be on the criminal elements involved with conducting criminal acts.

That’s a fuckin’ Aggie for you.  Arizona’s trying to stop the criminal elements  known as illegal aliens from committing the criminal act  of being in the country illegally, and BDHP is trying his damndest to keep Texas from doing the same thing.

Nice.

Perry adds as the debate over immigration reform intensifies, the focus must remain on border security.

‘Scuse me for saying so, but I thought that’s what Arizona was trying to do, and what Texas needed  to try to do.

Mexico is Texas’ largest trading partner, and they share more than 1,200 miles of border, which is more than any other state.

See, here’s your money quote, right here.  Big Dickhead Perry thinks all those illegales  are going to come here from ‘Zona and vote for him and his hairdo.

News flash, Big Dickhead:  Illegal aliens…wait for it…can’t vote.  That means they can’t vote for you.  But neither can they vote for Billy White, y’know?

We Texas citizens, on the other hand, can  vote.  And we support Arizona.

Better get that past your helmet hair, down into your thick head.  Before we decide you’re not worth our vote.




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