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Perry SUCKS IT HARD!

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LOL! suck the gubmint teat that is:

 

 

Perry officially retired in January so he could start collecting his lucrative pension benefits early, but he still gets to collect his salary — and has in turn dramatically boosted his take-home pay.

 

Perry makes a $150,000 gross salary as Texas govenor. Now, thanks to his early retirement, Perry, 61, gets a monthly retirement annuity of $7,698 before taxes, or $6,588 net. That raises his gross salary to more than $240,000.

 

Perry spokesman Ray Sullivan said the governor's early collection of his pension benefits is "consistent with Texas state law and Employee Retirement System rules

 

 

 

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gotta laugh at the tea baggers who support this clown! career gubmint tit sucker who is double dipping. what a bunch of dopes! LMAO

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LOL! suck the gubmint teat that is:

Perry officially retired in January so he could start collecting his lucrative pension benefits early, but he still gets to collect his salary — and has in turn dramatically boosted his take-home pay.

Perry makes a $150,000 gross salary as Texas govenor. Now, thanks to his early retirement, Perry, 61, gets a monthly retirement annuity of $7,698 before taxes, or $6,588 net. That raises his gross salary to more than $240,000.

Perry spokesman Ray Sullivan said the governor's early collection of his pension benefits is "consistent with Texas state law and Employee Retirement System rules

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gotta laugh at the tea baggers who support this clown! career gubmint tit sucker who is double dipping. what a bunch of dopes! LMAO

 

And what exactly is it that he is doing that is illegal? If you're going to be a Perry hater at least pick on something relevant or is it only a problem because he is a republican.

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As a guy that does not consider himself a Perry guy, I feel that if the Governor didn't break any laws, it's all good.

 

If the majority of Texas residents don't like it, they can vote in folks that agree with them.

 

I am quite sure the good citizens of the state of Texas don't care a plug nickel what I think about what their Governor makes from up here in Yankee land.

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And what exactly is it that he is doing that is illegal? If you're going to be a Perry hater at least pick on something relevant or is it only a problem because he is a republican.

 

Sure, I'll pick on something that's relevant. He's so stupid he makes Bush 2 look like the Dean of Harvard Medical School.

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He ran his state like a business by laying off(downsizing government) so he can get more money($240,000) just like a large company CEO or CFO's :confused:

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LOL! suck the gubmint teat that is:

 

 

Perry officially retired in January so he could start collecting his lucrative pension benefits early, but he still gets to collect his salary — and has in turn dramatically boosted his take-home pay.

 

Perry makes a $150,000 gross salary as Texas govenor. Now, thanks to his early retirement, Perry, 61, gets a monthly retirement annuity of $7,698 before taxes, or $6,588 net. That raises his gross salary to more than $240,000.

 

Perry spokesman Ray Sullivan said the governor's early collection of his pension benefits is "consistent with Texas state law and Employee Retirement System rules

 

 

 

___________________________________

 

 

gotta laugh at the tea baggers who support this clown! career gubmint tit sucker who is double dipping. what a bunch of dopes! LMAO

 

Are you saying you would do any different ? Or could we assume you would "Suck it Hard " Too :confused:

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http://www.texastribune.org/texas-politics/2012-presidential-election/perry-retires-boost-pension-pay/print/

 

 

"Perry was legally able to begin collecting the employee class annuity under the 'rule of 80.' The combination of his U.S. military service, state service and age exceeded 80 years and qualifies him for the annuity under Texas Government Code 813.503 as amended in 1991," Sullivan said. "Perry continues to pay into the Employees Retirement System with a 6.5 percent withholding from his state salary."

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