Thursday, January 19, 2012

Perry Catches on to God's Prank Call, Drops Out of Race

Perry's campaign goes down. 
Given the steady stream of right-wing nut jobs dropping like flies with each passing week, one might be left to wonder if the GOP's base has finally begun to seek the much-need and long overdue psychiatric help that moderates and progressives have been recommending for so many years.

This year's version of Bush Lite, Texas Governor Rick Perry, announced this morning that he is ending his dominionist campaign for the White House after realizing that God's message telling him to create a Chistianist Theocracy in the good ole US of A was nothing more than a prank call from some bored high school kids.

Perry begrudgingly offered his support to serial monogamist, Newt Gingrich. According to the New York Times, Perry, surrounded by his family, told a gathering of supporters, “Newt is not perfect, but who among us is,” Mr. Perry said. “The fact is, there is forgiveness for those who seek God. And I believe in the power of redemption, for it is a central tenet of my Christian faith.”

The Texas governor said he would be heading home for a some much needed rest and to catch his refrigerator, which he just remembered, was running.

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