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I think that Ron Paul's opposition research team should be looking for some financial connection between Perry and this company that makes the Gardisil product.
Rick Perry explains his executive order mandating eleven-year-old girls take a HPV vaccine by saying ‘I hate cancer ‘. Well, who doesn’t?
That’s merely a dodge because doctors who know more about cancer than Governor Perry opposed his order requiring every girl to take a brand new vaccine without a long safety record. The pro-family Texas Eagle Forum called it ‘ follow the money ‘ politics. And why wouldn’t they when the vaccine maker, Merck, which stood to mint money if Governor Perry made every Texas girl buy their product, gave Perry a campaign contribution the very day his staffers were meeting to plan the vaccine mandate?
But another follow the money tie has gone unnoticed.
Rick Perry’s wife Anita had been a Merck consultant while working in a lobbying firm as her husband climbed the state government ladder. Anyone think that’s Tea Party ideals? The Rick Perry vaccine mandate issue is simple and basic. Who should make decisions about your child’s health? You and your doctor or a follow the money politician like Rick Perry?
Originally posted by GogoVicMorrow
Everyone that says they will continue the war blows my mind as it's been pretty clear the public opposes it. It blows my mind every candidate it all parties should be runnin on an end the war platform
Originally posted by jamieastronaut
reply to post by The_Zomar
Epic reply! The_Zomar for the win.
Paul has and will kick ass in any debate. An intelligent, well spoken, true American... I have no say in this because I don't live in the states anymore, but I can tell a leader from a bully...
Also, that picture of Putin ^ above.... True leader form. Like a boss...