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I'll bet you thought Gov. Goodhair's new glasses just made him more smarterer. Uh-uh. They also allow him to see things that regular mortals can't see: like the Muslin terrorists of ISIS entering the US from Mexico. According to Perry:

“I think it's a very real possibility that they may have already” come through Mexico, he said at the Heritage Foundation on Thursday. “The cartels, as vicious and brutal as they are, might be the least of our worries. What other bad actors are coming here, or for that matter, have arrived already? Where did they come from? What did they bring with them?”
Jeez...ISIS, terrorist anchor babies, infant warriors, Al Qaida, drug cartels, ebola; if the GOP nutjobs are to believed, the traffic at the Mexican border must be backed-up to Guatamala.

Tragically, the State Department and the Pentagon have been taken over by the Muslin Brotherhood and Hamas...just as Michele Bachmann warned us, sheeple!

The State Department says it knows of no Hezbollah or Al Qaeda cells in the Western Hemisphere. American officials were quick to dismiss that specific threat from ISIS, too. “I’ve seen no indication that they are coming across the border with Mexico,” a Pentagon spokesman said on CNN.
But that's not going to deter the heroic Gov. Goodhair, especially now that his glasses have made him gooderer at thinking and he can almost count up to three.

Furthermore, now that his x-ray vision allows him to see stuff that nobody else can see, I guess electing him President is just a formality. Right?

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