If not now, when? If not us, who?


NOW, THEREFORE, I, RICK PERRY, Governor of the State of Texas, by the authority vested in me by Article IV, Section 8, and Article III, Section 40, of the Texas Constitution, do hereby present the following subject matter to the Eighty-Second Texas Legislature, First Called Session, for consideration:

Legislation relating to prosecution and punishment for the offense of official oppression of persons seeking access to public buildings and transportation.

Governor Perry is finally giving the finger to the jug-eared bastard in the White House, the TSA and the DOJ after the Regime threatened to cancel all passenger air travel in and out of Texas if this bill becomes law. 

The measure will criminalize illegal sexual groping “enhanced pat-downs” by Transportation Security Administration agents at airports in the Lone Star State.

The proposed law passed the Texas House during the regular session but was pulled off the Senate floor without a vote after U.S. Attorney John Murphy circulated a letter to senators last May warning that TSA has the authority to prevent airplanes from taking off from Texas airports if the agency cannot certify that they are safe.

Lone Star Watch Dog nailed it:  “… then it happened. What would be described as an “act of war” had it been done to the United States was laid squarely at the feet of a Vichy Texas Senator and a Lieutenant Governor with Federal aspirations.

Fearing passage of this bill, John Murphy of the United States Attorney’s Office for the Western District fired off a warning letter to Lt. Governor David Dewhurst and Speaker of the House Joe Straus. The warning – kill the bill or we’ll shut down ALL air travel in Texas.

Dewhurst and Strauss are über RINOs… and need I mention that Murphy is Obama’s henchman?

These three anti-Americans have thwarted the will of the people of Texas and threaten to make Texas a no-fly zone.

“We applaud Gov. Perry for presenting this legislation,” 10th Amendment Center communications director Mike Maharrey said. “James Madison said states are duty bound to interpose when the federal government overreaches its constitutional limits. Nobody can argue that requiring citizens to get groped by a badged agent in order to get on an airplane doesn’t step way over the line.”

“It’s an opportunity for redemption. Now it’s time for the Texas Legislature to do its job and get this bill passed,” Maharrey said.

This is our moment Texans… this is more important than the Stamp Act and the tea tax that helped start the First Revolution.

This is not simply a local Texas issue… this is the spark that we must fan on behalf of the nation.

If we stand firm behind Perry, other states considering this kind of legislation with be encouraged and quickly follow suit. The traitors in Washington D.C. will back down and we can begin to dismantle the fascistic and unconstitutional attacks on our individual and personal freedoms.

Real American must make a stand somewhere and soon so we can take back the nation and rebuild it by returning to the values, the wisdom and the words of The Founders, who were first to say,“come and take it” in the New World. 

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About Gary Alexander

Volunteer coordinator for veterans support network in North Texas. Now retired from his private psychotherapy practice, I specialized in the diagnosis and treatment posttraumatic stress, working with victim assistance programs, veterans and the Veterans Administration for over 20 years. After being wounded in action in Vietnam, I was medically retired from the Marine Corps and know first hand many of the readjustment difficulties and psychological stresses experienced by today's OIF and OEF veterans. I am available, at minimal cost, to speak at your functions on several subjects including veterans issues, Vietnam, the Medal of Honor, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and critical incident debriefings.
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5 Responses to If not now, when? If not us, who?

  1. Bob Mack says:

    My feellings about Washington are the same as Davy Crockett’s:

    “You may all go to Hell, and I will go to Texas”

    Good for Perry, good for the Lone Stars, good for the USA (the real USA)

  2. Chris Profota says:

    I stand behind Texas and the people of Texas. The goverment has to be stopped.
    GO TEXAS!

  3. loopyloo305 says:

    I so wish that there were more states willing to stand up for liberty and I am proud that Rick Perry is a true American. I wonder how far this administration is willing to go? Will they do more than threaten? They obviously don’t care if the American people disagree with them, as long as they get what they want!

  4. Otis P. Driftwood says:

    If enough other states have the cojones to do similar stuff, it should bog down enough courts that we might actually accomplish something. The Eyes of Texas are upon us.

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