Perry: ‘I Ain’t None of That PC Crap!’
Texas governor Rick Perry (R-Texas A&M), the crown jewel of douche that shines brightly, has released another ad in which he will take his peculiar brand of bad craziness to Washington - that “capital of political correctness.” - and clean ‘er up.
Possibly learning from his hateful, piece of garbage ad from last week, and the world record he set for dislikes on YouTube, the “like” and “dislike” buttons have been disabled. Perry is the perfect example of why an Aggie can never be president. You see, at Texas A&M, they still use those fat pencils and Big Chief tablets in class.
After his campaign ad last week against Obama’s supposed ‘War on Religion’ that directed a rhetorical jab at gays serving openly in the military, Perry is now preaching about political correctness.
The Texas governor has been called many things in this race (forgetful, factually incorrect, and insulting to name a few), but none of his opponents have accused Perry of being politically correct. And he’s here to remind you of that.
‘Washington is the capital of political correctness, where double-speak reigns and the truth is frowned upon,’ Perry says in the in campaign ad.
He tells Iowa voters he will stand up to the ‘politically taboo’ topics of Washington that others won’t.
‘You can’t say that lobbyist becoming congressmen is a form of legal corruption … or that Washington insiders are bankrupting Social Security,’ he declares.
But he just did, of course.
Perry’s mixing the blue collar with the business suit in this campaign ad directed at Iowa caucus voters is designed to drive home the image of a folksy Lone Star State outsider who cleans up well for Washington.
‘You and I know it’s true, but not politically correct,’ Perry says. ‘I’m an outsider who will overhaul Washington.’
Sidenote: Perhaps as a lesson learned, the comments and ratings buttons traditionally available to YouTube consumers to voice their approval, or disapproval, of a particular video, have been deactivated once again by the Perry campaign.