Texas Gov. Rick Perry is well known for loving guns and threatening vigilante violence, so it's pretty easy to guess what he'd think of Florida's Stand Your Ground law that has come under criticism after the Trayvon Martin shooting. Not only did Perry sign Texas' version of Stand Your Ground in 2007, in 2010 he won the "highest honor" awarded by American Legislative Exchange Council, the group that successfully pushed almost two dozen states to adopt the law. Perry hasn't said anything about the Martin case, but it's pretty clear that he'd support ALEC against its current critics. Unless, of course, you read his sole Martin-related tweet.
The link there goes to a Washington Examiner story from Wednesday about the successful threats to boycott the companies like Coca-Cola and Walmart who are members of the Perry-honoring ALEC. So it seems Perry was trying to stick it to the gun-hating P.C. police by spending his hard-earned cash on Coke in Walmart. Take that you ALEC-haters! Except the headline of the Examiner's story is, "Coke caves in face of Democratic boycott threat." And as the story explains, "Coke was quick to react to the political boycott threat, pulling support from the targeted group just five hours after it was called. Walmart said that support for a group does not mean it backs every decision by those groups."