The biggest miracle maker is also Rick Perry’s employer – mega rich Texas oilman even by Texas oilman standards – Energy Transfer Partners’ CEO Kelcy.
Just One Of Them Miracle Things
July 14, 2015

Y’all, a miracle has happened for Rick Perry. It must have been all that praying he’s been doing.

Perry hasn’t been real successful raising money to be President. He’s only got about $1.07 million which puts him in the bottom puddle of Republican presidential candidates.

But then there was this miracle in the form of his Super-PAC. Holy stash! That sucker has been tampered with in the form of $16.8 million dollars. And the biggest miracle maker is also Rick Perry’s employer – mega rich Texas oilman even by Texas oilman standards – Energy Transfer Partners’ CEO Kelcy Warren. Most folks figure he’s worth at least $6 billion with a b.

Warren also picked Perry to sit on the board of his company so Perry can draw a paycheck while running for President.But, there’s more to this miracle.

In addition to ponying up the most money for the super PAC’s, Warren is working for the official campaign as its finance chairman.

You know how Super PACs and official campaigns aren’t supposed to organize
or even discuss what each other is doing? Well, who else but Rick Perry would be blessed with a rich man who isn’t speaking to himself! I’m telling ya – it’s a damn miracle!

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