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Governor Rick Perry: A Leader with Courage in an Age of Cowardice Defends Children in the Womb Comments

I write to express my admiration for Texas Governor Rick Perry. In an age of cowardice, he showed courage. The behavior of the opponents of the Right to Life in Texas, including their vulgar signs and slogans, and efforts to use human feces and urine against their opponents, were depraved. The rage of the opponents of the Right to Life in Texas exposes the importance of this legislation. They  know Texas HB2 is a part of ... Continue Reading

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  1. Vance
    8 months ago

    Gov Rick Perry is a hero of our time. It is clear who should have been elected president. I am encouraged by the brave Republicans who passed this Bill against the "Hail Satan" anti-Christ Democrats. This time the anti-Christ Democrat Party really showed their hand. How on earth any Bishop or priest can remain silent is beyond me. But they are. Why?????

  2. Paul-Emile Leray
    8 months ago

    And you, too, Mr. Fournier are a man with a chest for consistently not dancing to the music composed by composers in the schools of sophistry and secularism, relativism and utilitarianism.
    Paul-Emile Leray

  3. Rob
    8 months ago

    I too am glad this law has passed. Hopefully other states will get the courage to go down this road.

    I just wish he would have pushed for this during his first term...not wait until he had no skin in the game anymore.


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