Rick Perry’s Fed Up!—“The Last Warning Sign To The Danger That Lies Ahead.”
Above is a cup of coffee, a piece of carrot cake and a copy of Fed Up!–Our Fight To Save America From Washington. I took this picture a few hours ago.
As my friend and fellow Texas blogger Steve Wichard wrote when I posted this picture on Facebook—“So you are having something warm, something sweet and something nauseating.”
Steve could not be more wrong.
This is a great book.
You can tell it is a great work from the divine glare you see on this book written by self-anointed prophet Rick Perry. This book is bathed in light for pointing the way out of our national troubles.
Here is what Newt Gingrich wrote in the introduction to Fed Up!—
” I wish this book never had to be written. It almost came too late. America is recklessly accelerating toward economic disaster. Fed Up! may be the last warning sign to the danger that lies ahead.”
It sure was nice of Mr. Gingrich to write such nice things about somebody to be running for President against in 2012—Assuming the Gingrich campaign makes it as far as 2012.
Just imagine that this solution to our national woes is available for just $21.99 and is explained in only 220 pages. Everything is so simple!
Though would true prophet charge anything at all?
I guess Governor Perry supports even a privatization of salvation.
Here is what it says in Matthew 7:15— “Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves.”
While the coffee and the carrot cake are now gone, I’ve only completed the introduction, Governor Perry’s brief preface, and the first 3 pages of Fed Up!
I want to read the book over a few weeks so I can savor every word.
The Governor starts off by the preface saying–” I grew up in Paint Creek, Texas. If you can’t find it on a map I won’t be surprised.”
It seems Mr. Perry was already assessing the geography skills of Texas students after the deep education budget cuts of the recent legislative session.
I’m certain this book will provide me with a number of blog posts over the next few weeks.
If the book does provide me with some blog posts, I might well be the only person who gains anything of use by reading Fed Up!