All Hail President Perry!

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OMG: Its coming true. Texas Gov. Rick Perry shoots and kills a coyote menacing his dog. He's eventually running for the White House. Never mind those nasty "second gunman" rumors. A legend is born! The legend of Pecos Bill now starring Rick "Governor Goodhair" Perry!

http://www.nytimes.com/aponline/2010/04/27/us/AP-US-Governor-Shoots-Coyote.html?_r=1&ref=news

harry ashburn
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Doesnt this sound too good to be true? He "charged" the coyote and shot it with a laser-sight pistol. While running. Maybe he IS our savior.

harry ashburn
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You read it here first! Look for Rick (Governor Goodhair) Perry, Texas Governor on "Dancing With The Stars" next season!.

harry ashburn
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I think he needs to go on a Siberian Tiger hunt with Putin.

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Quote harry ashburn:

Doesnt this sound too good to be true? He "charged" the coyote and shot it with a laser-sight pistol. While running. Maybe he IS our savior.

Sounds a little farfetched to me. If you "charge" a coyote, he will run away. Really fast. Presents the smallest profile while moving at maximum speed. So this guy shoots a small moving target while on the move himself. Some tactical shooters practice for years without really mastering that kind of technique. And we are to believe a man whose livelihood exists in participating in politics pretty much 24/7 can regularly pull that shot off? I for one doubt it. Even with a laser sight (that dot's going to be jumping all over the place if you're running anyway) Hey, Slabmaster, what do you think?

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I keep hearing rumors of a 2nd gunman on the grassy knoll...

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