Please disable your Ad Blocker to better interact with this website.

10 Things as Ridiculous as Rick Perry’s Indictment


You’d have to look far and wide to find ten things as ridiculous as the indictment of Governor Rick Perry of Texas for basically doing his job legally and indeed we failed.

But guess what? Political Illusions Exposed found ten almost as dumb and you’ll agree, I’m sure! They’re below:

The charges against Texas Governor Rick Perry look pretty dumb. Even Democrats seem to think so. It almost takes the cake as the dumbest political moment in the past year. Almost. Here’s a look at the top 10 political moments in the past year almost as ridiculous as Perry’s indictment.


10. The price of rent in this damn city.


It’s starting to cost more to rent than own property in Detroit. Unfortunately, its not just Detroit, but a trend across the U.S. one that hits American youth particularly hard.

9. US History classes.


Congresswoman Yvette D. Clark (D-NY) might need a review of the American Presidents. For Lincoln’s birthday, she composed the following tweet. (He was the 16th President, not the 14th.)


8. Government tech support.

obamacare tech support

Kathleen Sebelius called the roll out of the Obamacare website “Terribly Flawed”, an understatement so hilarious Obama’s shield of invincibility couldn’t withstand the media shaming and late night jokes.

7. Email marketing of the GOP.

GOP letter

This summer, the RNC sent out a fundraising email asking Republicans if they had “abandoned the GOP”.

RNC-Email.png  640×1136

The backlash from conservatives over the email gave it instant meme status online.

See the rest here at Political Illusions Exposed:

About Author

Rodney Lee Conover

Rodney Lee Conover is a writer, producer and Senior Editor at


Join the conversation!

We have no tolerance for comments containing violence, racism, vulgarity, profanity, all caps, or discourteous behavior. Thank you for partnering with us to maintain a courteous and useful public environment where we can engage in reasonable discourse.

Send this to a friend