Thursday, January 19, 2012


TEXAS GOVERNOR PERRY FIRES FIRST SALVO — Declaring Texas and South Carolina "ARE AT WAR WITH THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT!", to WILD applause from South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley as the bloodthirsty audience whooped out spontaneous Rebel yells, Governor Perry dropped out of the presidential race two days later, throwing his support to Georgian Newt Gingrich. Remember — Fort Sumter, South Carolina is where it all began.

Why Is This Crazy Woman Applauding "WAR WITH THE FEDERAL GOVT."?
This immediately fueled speculation of a schism in the CGOP ("C" for "Confederate") between the weak pro-Union faction (Romney and drop-out Huntsman) and the Secessionists led by Perry, and many believe, the secretive Ron Paul, a Texan whose mild demeanor belies his support from "The New Confederacy" and "Stormfront" among other Secessionist, White Supremacist, and militia groups. Newt Gingrich and Pennsylvanian Rick Santorum, one the quintessential political opportunist and the other a social conservative populist, take a middle weak Union-strong States Rights path. The schism and incendiary language unsettled pundit historians who saw parallels between this New Confederate Republican Party and that of the 1860 Democratic Party, mere months before the Civil War broke out.

Before heading back to Texas, presumably to organize regional militias for the imminent "WAR" with the Federal Government, principal plotter and war instigator Rick Perry posed for this group photo with fellow Party conspirators, who had gathered at a heavily armed, "secret undisclosed location" to play war games. That's a lifesize cutout of Robert E. Lee (Perry to Lee's left), otherwise we're in real trouble:

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