Saturday, June 15, 2013

Quote of the Day

Gov. Rick Perry (R-TX) signed a bill that made it okay for public school teachers to say “Merry Christmas” and other religious holiday greetings.  In doing so he said,

I’m proud we are standing up for religious freedom in our state. Freedom of religion doesn’t mean freedom from religion.

Yes, it does, you dipshit.

4 barks and woofs on “Quote of the Day

  1. Gov. Goodhair is the greatest embarrassment Texans have to live with. With the money backing him, it seems he’s governor-for-life, and even when that’s over, they may stuff him and set him in the governor’s chair rather than bury him. “Lordy, Myrtle, don’t he look lifelike!”

  2. Are there no Jewish voters in Texas? How about PLU’s, the non-believers? I wish Ann were still with us to punch holes in his stupidity.

    • Don’t know that Ann would make a difference, Faithful, other then entertaining the rest of us. Any moron who can giggle and say “Oops!” when he can’t remember the very foundation of his campaign during a televised debate is beyond being embarrassed by anyone.

  3. I guess in a sense Perry is right–you don’t have the right not to encounter religious messages as you walk or drive down the street, for instance. On the other hand, you do have the right to ignore those messages and not to be religious. He’s still an idiot, though.

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