Texas Governor Rick Perry (R-Goodhair) seriously needs his handlers to get him to quit the Bible babble. Not only does he have no clue about Biblical economics in the story of Joseph, now he’s gone and implied that he’s a prophet.
Via Think Progress:
CAVUTO: You have kind of like the Chris Christie phenomenon: very popular outside your state, still popular but not nearly as popular within your state. There are even Tea Party groups within your state who like you but don’t love you. [...] What do you say?
PERRY: I say that a prophet is generally not loved in their hometown. That’s both Biblical and practical.
- Gov. Rick Perry: I’m Thinking About The Presidency Because ‘Our Country’s In Trouble’ (mediaite.com)
- Rick Perry Hypocrisy Report, Edition 1 (crooksandliars.com)
- Rick Perry Wants All Religions to Worship Jesus Christ (slog.thestranger.com)
- Rick Perry Gets It Wrong (simuliustusetpeccator.com)