Rick Perry will probably win his case and that’s fine. He’s leaving office soon. He can’t do much more damage to the country or his state. Texas is already last in just about every category except executing the mentally retarded.
It’s not against the law Rick Perry vetoed some funding. It’s against the law that Rick Perry threatened to veto funding unless an elected official resigned. An elected official in charge of a department investigating politicians for criminal acts. Oops!
But it’s like I said before: It doesn’t matter at this point if Perry is convicted or not. The damage is done. He’s shown the country he’s not ready to be a prime time player. It’s not like this country has a history of electing inarticulate, clueless, cowboy governors of Texas to be president. Right?
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