This is just my opinion, but I don't think he's clueless on the executive powers. I think he's just another crooked politician following the elite
agenda. I can't see a man getting elected governor of Texas without the support of big oil.If you accept those favors, I'm sure they're expected to be
returned. With exception to Ron Paul, and to a lesser extent Herman Cain. I don't like what I'm hearing from what I consider to be prepaid corporate
puppets running for president. www.forbes.com...
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by Hillbilly123069 because: (no reason given)
Ron Paul could beat him up. Yeah, Ron Paul go Ron Paul. The media hates you but ats loves.
Ron Paul, Ron Paul, Ron Paul...
It is nearly a moot point by now...
Focus on your family, your kids, etc. There is nothing you can do to turn the tide. Paul will just give free reign to those corporations that feel
the need to have no taxes.
Many of us have had enough of Rick Perry here in Texas. He's been a "bubba-stone" around the public neck ever since W came in as governor.
Claiming to ba a "Second string W" would be an overreach for the Governor. Perry came to the Governor's seat on W's coat tail - maybe he can get
the Presidency the same way. Most of the time, in Texas, you have to give up one position to run for another, but my guess is Ricky's a special
needs governer and wouldn't have to resign until elected because it's a national office or some other exclusionary rule.
We'll see - it would be great to be rid of him here, but after the last Gov-turned-Pres fiasco I wouldn't wish Texas' poor political choices on the
rest of the countrty.
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