Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Rick Perry wrote a book

The book was published a mere 9 months ago. To listen to Rick Perry now, the guy that wrote that book was someone else with the same name. First he denied that he thought Social Security was unconstitutional and a "ponzi scheme" like the guy who wrote the book thinks. and now,
In response to a query by The Washington Post, spokesman Mark Miner distanced Perry from his book’s proposal to repeal the 16th Amendment or replace the current tax code with a flat tax.

"The 16th Amendment instituting a federal income tax starting at one percent has exploded into onerous, complex and confusing tax rates and rules for American workers over the last century... We can’t undo more than 70 years of progressive taxation and worsening debt obligations overnight," he said in an email...

But his communications director, Ray Sullivan, recently told the Wall Street Journal that the book is not meant to reflect the governor’s current views on Social Security, describing the book as "a look back, not a path forward." He added that the book was "not in any way as a 2012 campaign blueprint or manifesto."

Peter denied Jesus three times before the cock crowed. I don't know about his cock, but Rick Perry has denied himself twice already, one more and he can be a saint.


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