let's see: Rand Paul - Rick Perry - Jeb Bush - Hmmm...http://www.nationaljournal.com/politics/rick-perry-the-presidential-candidate-ahead-of-his-time-20130320Rick Perry: The Presidential Candidate Ahead of His Time
The Texas governor ran an awful campaign in 2012. But his platform is now belatedly being embraced by party leaders.
By Michael Catalini
Updated: March 21, 2013
Texas Gov. Rick Perry’s 2012 presidential campaign was a slow-motion train wreck, capped off by his embarrassing brain freeze in a nationally televised debate. But as Perry mulls another presidential race in 2016, it’s striking that he was campaigning on many of the reforms that Republican Party leaders are now desperately pushing.
Republicans have spent the past several months figuring out how to win over more Hispanic voters, moderating their tone on immigration, pitching education reform as a significant issue, and they have reaped the political benefits of challenging President Obama on balancing budgets and reforming entitlements. On all those counts, Perry was a candidate ahead of his time.
“I think he remains a motivated public official and an energized political figure,” said Perry’s former chief of staff Ray Sullivan. “On that score, I could easily see him seeking another term as governor and making another run at the White House.”
...Now remember:TX Governor Rick Perry - Pharmaceutical Fascist/Controlled Opposition/Waking?
DON'T TRUST PERRY - Bilderberg Turkey 2007
Perry is on the NWO bus and he's not getting off.http://www.infowars.com/articles/nwo/call_to_action_protest_perry_bilderberg_ttc.htmhttp://www.prisonplanet.com/articles/june2007/010607internationalconspiracy.htmRon Paul: Perry's Bilderberg Attendance Proof Governor Part Of "International Conspiracy" Paul Joseph Watson
Prison PlanetFriday, June 1, 2007 Texas Congressman and presidential candidate Ron Paul has added his voice to those who believe Texas Governor Rick Perry should be investigated for a criminal violation of the Logan Act after he jetted off to meet with foreign elites yesterday at the Bilderberg Group conference in Istanbul.Perry's trip to Turkey is a clear violation of the Logan Act
which states that "Any citizen of the United States, wherever he may be, who, without authority of the United States, directly or indirectly commences or carries on any correspondence or intercourse with any foreign government or any officer or agent thereof, with intent to influence the measures or conduct of any foreign government or of any officer or agent thereof, in relation to any disputes or controversies with the United States, or to defeat the measures of the United States, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than three years, or both."Since Perry has not received authorization from Congress, the U.S. government or the American people to meet with Bilderberg luminaries, where policy that impacts the world is secretly discussed in a wholly undemocratic fashion, his visit represents a criminal act.
Speaking on the Alex Jones Show yesterday, Congressman and presidential candidate Ron Paul agreed that Perry should be investigated for a potential violation of the Logan Act."This information about him going over there and violating the Logan Act and getting involved - I'm just impressed that that's in the ordinary media - I think that's encouraging too," said the Congressman.
Paul said that Perry's attendance was "A sign that he's involved in the international conspiracy."
Perry's press secretary declined to give a statement when we called and denied any knowledge of the Logan Act, yet seemed to be fully aware of it in claiming Bilderberg was a private meeting. Since the Logan Act also bars private citizens from negotiating with foreign officials, Perry is still violating the law. http://www.dallasnews.com/sharedcontent/dws/news/world/stories/DN-perry_31tex.ART.State.Edition1.43b926a.htmlPerry off to secret forum in Turkey
He'll speak about federalism at elite global conference
12:00 AM CDT on Thursday, May 31, 2007
By CHRISTY HOPPE / The Dallas Morning News email@example.com AUSTIN – Gov. Rick Perry is flying to Istanbul, Turkey, today to speak at the super-secret Bilderberg Conference, a meeting of about 130 international leaders in business, media and politics.
The Associated Press
Gov. Rick Perry leaves today for the Bilderberg Conference, an exclusive, hush-hush meeting of global leaders in business, media and politics. The invitation-only conference was started in 1954 and named for the Dutch hotel where the conference was first held. Those who attend promise not to reveal what was discussed, security is tight, and the press and public are barred.
The conference has been the subject of conspiracy theorists and even Christian groups who wonder about its influence.
Robert Black, the governor's press secretary, said the governor was invited to attend and speak about state-federal relations. Mr. Black dismissed the conspiracy theories."He's looking forward to learning the secret handshake," Mr. Black joked.
He said that Mr. Perry is paying for the trip and host hotel, usually among the top in the world, out of campaign contributions from his Texans for Rick Perry committee.
Previous speakers at the conference have included such GOP stalwarts as outgoing World Bank chief Paul Wolfowitz and former U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld.
Last year, the conference was held in Ottawa, and the Toronto Star reported that it had received an unsigned press release saying that the 2006 group included David Rockefeller, Henry Kissinger, Queen Beatrix of Holland, New York Gov. George Pataki, media moguls, high-level officials from Spain and Greece, and the heads of Coca-Cola, Credit Suisse and the Royal Bank of Canada.
Bilderberg chairman Etienne Davignon, a former Belgian diplomat, granted the British Broadcasting Corp. a rare interview two years ago in which he brushed aside myths surrounding the organization.
"When people say this is a secret government of the world, I say that if we were a secret government of the world, we should be bloody ashamed of ourselves," Mr. Davignon said.
Mr. Black said that the governor was going because he was invited. "He looks forward to talking to them about the system of federalism here in the United States," he said.Regarding the secrecy surrounding the event, Mr. Black said: "It's their conference, and I suppose they can run it anyway they want. The governor was honored that they would ask him to come speak on the American experience, and he's happy to do it."
Mr. Perry returns to Texas on Monday.http://www.oldthinkernews.com/Articles/oldthinker%20news/have_bilderberg_kingmakers_selected.htmHave Bilderberg Kingmakers Selected Perry for Giuliani Running Mate?
Globalist fingerprints cover frontrunners of both parties
Dec. 12, 2007
By Daniel Taylor
As reported by the Star-Telegram, Texas Gov. Rick Perry plans to "...campaign on behalf of Giuliani wherever he is needed." Perry denies any intent to become his vice president, but given his attendance of the 2007 Bilderberg meeting in Istanbul Turkey, this denial rings hollow to those who follow Bilderberg activities. http://www.star-telegram.com/elections/story/355291.html
Local media in Texas picked up on Perry's scheduled attendance of Bilderberg 2007. Perry's campaign buddy Rudy Giuliani presented David Rockefeller - a regular attendant of Bilderberg conferences - with a U.N award in 1993, commenting on his status as a "...member of the advisory council of the Bilderberg conference."The Democratic frontrunner, Hillary Clinton, has received the full endorsement of Lynn Forester de Rothschild, the wife of Sir Evelyn Rothschild.
In an interview with Portfolio magazine, Lynn stated,
"First of all, Hillary will be good for America. And so if we care about our country —which all of my fellow capitalists do —we'll be very pleased that she's president."
The Bush administration appears to be clearing the way for another Clinton presidency, as former Clinton officials are being appointed. As reported by the Times online,
"BUSH administration officials are paving the way for a smooth transition to a possible Democratic presidency
as Hillary Clinton consolidates her position as the overwhelming favourite to win her party’s nomination for the 2008 election.
In the clearest sign of a shift in gear, Gates is to appoint John Hamre, a former official in President Bill Clinton’s administration, to chair the Defense Policy Board once led by Richard Perle, a leading neoconservative advocate of the invasion of Iraq. The board’s job will be to prepare for the transition to a new administration in 2008, according to a Pentagon spokesman."
As usual, the horses in the race are bought and paid for, as globalist fingerprints cover the frontrunners of both parties. It remains to be seen whether Perry's political activities will turn into something greater
, but it commands attention. Will the establishment turn to Giuliani, or Hillary? Either way, plenty of strings are attached to both.