September 14, 2011, - 3:50 pm

VIDEO: Der Perry Lied, Lowballed $$$ He Got From Merck for Sex Vaccine Mandate

By Debbie Schlussel

Exactly how much money did Texas Governor Rick Perry actually get for issuing a statist executive order mandating that young girls get the “go have sex” vaccine, Gardasil, administered to girls as young as nine so they won’t contract HPV-related cervical cancer from having sex?  He claims he only got $5,000 from Merck, maker of the drug.  But it was more like $335,000.  Cha-ching!

Watch this ABC News video that fact checks his claim, beginning at about a minute in.  He’s lying bigtime now.  Imagine how much he’ll lie to you as President.  Oh, and love the state mandate–real conservative.  Big Brother . . . check!  Big Government . . . check!  Government getting involved in healthcare . . . check!  Gee, and this is different from Obama how? Michele Bachmann is right about this total fraud. If you think he’s our best hope against Obama, you have no hope. Or principles. Only blind partisanship. Remember, a liberal dummy with an R after his name ain’t no different than a liberal dummy with a D after his name. No different.

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16 Responses

Hey Deb, Would you please point out the candidate that has a perfect record with everyone and every issue? This would have to be someone who is actually running, or even thinking of running for that matter. I’d like to support that person.

Oscar on September 14, 2011 at 4:12 pm

Right on, Debbie. Exposing this fraud is job one.

Also, the “go have sex vaccine” is more succinctly the “go have sex with uncircumsized men with dirty glans vaccine.”

DS_ROCKS! on September 14, 2011 at 4:13 pm

The biggest problem in this country in my opinion is conservative voters willing support progressive candidates for pyrrhic victories. I am not innocent; I did it with McCain but that was the last time.

Stephen Schochet on September 14, 2011 at 4:50 pm

I think conservatives need to wake the hell up about Rick Perry about this specific issue, about him receiving money from “Merck” that it’s ok to vaccinate underage girls who are engaging in sexual intercourse (IMO it’s a disgrace and unethical for under-age minors to have sex). And also conservatives need to wake up and acknowledge about CAIR supporting and endorsing Rick Perry and stop being like left wingers who don’t want to know all of the facts infront of them.

“A nation is defined by its borders, language & culture!”

Sean R. on September 14, 2011 at 5:16 pm

Debbie, I agree with you 100%, I have also done my homework on Rick Perry…WE MUST DO BETTER…WAKE UP AMERICA…They are feeding us the Obama back-up plan in the form of Rick Perry!

Cheryl Lachmann on September 14, 2011 at 5:47 pm

Is the $335k taking into account what he probably received from Merck via Merck’s heavy donation to the Republican Governors Association, which would then be funneled to Perry via RGA’s “Perry campaign contribution”?

Pats on September 14, 2011 at 5:58 pm

Most of the ‘conservative’ pundits who support Perry know exactly what they are doing. They don’t really want to change anything, and they know that Perry will go along with the program. Folks like Rush Limbaugh, National Review, and the rest of the neo-conservatives. Many of them have gone through tortured explanations in the last few days (including Rush_ as to why Perry’s behavior doesn’t represent cronyism. Shades of Bill Clinton.

Plenty of patriotic rituals, but no real analysis of what is oging on, or how we can maintain our society.

Little Al on September 14, 2011 at 7:00 pm

    Little Al, you are 100% correct. Interesting how Rush always talks about “hard-hitting” issues such as global warming or an debate/election’s outcome yet never talks about the real threats to the US or real news stories. Almost everything that is talked about is pretty much superficial, his golf game, football, or his tea. Nothing on the muslim threat to the US, Fast & Furious, immigration, etc., etc., etc…

    Skunky, thank you for bringing up Michael Savage. As he calls them: “Democans” and “Republicrats”. Hard to make a distinction between the two when there aren’t many Conservatives within the Republican party (especially when the political elitists are ruling the party) to make a true difference in the governing of this country. I honestly choked when I voted for Senator Lettuce in the last presidential election, especially since candidate ZerO running on the other side. Not again.

    Pats on September 14, 2011 at 10:15 pm

    @Little Al: Unfortunately, you can add Michael Savage to the list of Perry sycophants. He’s so convinced “Der” Perry’s *the* one to beat Obama that he seems all too willing to overlook not only the Merck bribery shenanigans, but also the CAIR connections, the Islamic-centered “educational” curriculum, his open-borders stance, etc. (this, for all Savage’s railing against Islamofascism, the scrubbing of any reference to the true causes of 9/11 at the “official” ceremonies, and so forth). And Savage has so turned on Ms. Bachmann (for whatever reasons) that he won’t even consider her correctness on the Merck issue – or anything else she raises, for that matter.

    ConcernedPatriot on September 15, 2011 at 3:37 am

      Perhaps the liberal San Fran air has finally affected Savage’s rational thought process in this particular area. Too bad.

      Pats on September 15, 2011 at 4:06 pm

Please, certain so-called Conservatives. You show you have not done your homework when you get defensive and ask about a “purity” candidate. If you think that those of us who want ZerObama out BUT that we are gonna compromise our values for charlatans in our party YOU ARE WRONG. How the hell do you think we got to this sorry place?

I now have Brett Winterble’s show on my iPod. It’s free and a total bargain. I bring him up because he bottom lined it yesterday…that our stupid, whorish politicians have done more damage to our country than anyone else. It’s what Michael Savage calls “The Enemy Within”. There is rot on both sides.

“Remember, a liberal dummy with an R after his name ain’t no different than a liberal dummy with a D after his name. No different.”

Spot on DS. That is gonna be my mantra when I DON’T vote for Republican Scott Brown. Who doesn’t have the guts to put that D after his name.

Skunky on September 14, 2011 at 7:16 pm

a hick! wont beat obama if wins nomination.

romney will easily win election if nominee.

Bill C. on September 15, 2011 at 12:53 am

The debates have not been helpful to Governor Perry. It is not only his corrupt relationship with Merck that is problematic, but, his views on illegal immigration and Muslims(Debbie has noted this)that are really a to roll one’s eyes. Mr Perry’s claims about being a conservative are evaporating under the sunlight of exposure. Also, his smirk as he responded to Michelle Bachmann was eerily reminiscent of G.W.’s. Who needs an “Obama Lite” Republican with one of the most irritating qualities of his Republican predecessor?

Worry01 on September 15, 2011 at 1:58 am

The purpose of the debates is to thin the crowd, but I really like the opportunity that Newt & Rick Santorum have to take shots at Perry & Paul. While Romney is not perfect I agree with more than 70% of what he has taken a stand on. Perry on the other hand has the slick factor which is a real turn off to me. But anyone of them is a vast improvement over Barry The Wonder-kin

A_Zion_State_0'mind on September 15, 2011 at 8:19 am

Romney will have a lot of problems because of romneycare and the Mormon factor.

ari-free on September 15, 2011 at 12:04 pm

Did anyone see this?

Governor Perry’s Islam Connection:
http://amilimani.com/2011/09/governor-perry%E2%80%99s-islam-connection/

It is by Amil Imani, an American patriot (Iranian-born), American citizen. He think’s Perry is clean. I think this is a really important article. Perry address Ismailis, a small sect of Islam. Also, Imani addresses the text-book issue. I just think this article is well-worth reading.

davidyeagley on September 15, 2011 at 3:45 pm

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