Dallas Morning News Makes Case for Rick Perry While Endorsing Bill White for Texas Governor
“Did you know that of Texas’ budget of approximately $180 billion, over one third is sent by Texans to Washington in the form of federal taxes and then sent back to Texas with strings attached?” Governor Rick Perry knows – and is not afraid to say – that Texas has been successful in the current economic downturn because it limits the size of its government, | Read More »
Will KBH Bow Out For the Good of Texas?
Next Tuesday, Texans will vote in their respective primaries, and all eyes are on the race for the Republican nomination for governor. If no candidate gets 50% of the vote, there will be a run-off between the top two, which will be Governor Perry and Senator Hutchison. Such a run-off will allow Democrat Bill White, who will win the Democrat nomination easily over opponent Farouk | Read More »
Queen Bee Hutchison Always Wants Her Cake and Eat It Too
Known in Senate circles as the Senator who must have her way – even if it means a few tears in the leader’s office – Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX) is the queen of wanting to have it both ways. She wants to run for Governor of Texas without giving up her Senate seat. She wanted to move up Senate leadership without taking a risk | Read More »
Perry for Texas. Hutchison for Washington.
In 2010, Texans either will lead the nation forward according to conservative principle and under conservative leadership, or they will put their trust and faith in the ways of Washington. In the last several weeks, current Texas Governor Rick Perry and U.S. Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison – each vying for the Texas Governorship in 2010 – have each made significant public statements that make their | Read More »
The Responsibility of Governing: TX Governor Perry Looking Forward
Texas Governor Rick Perry – like all other Governors – has a responsibility to protect the interests of the people of his state. It should come as no surprise, then, that he endorsed a resolution in the Texas legislature supporting states’ rights under the 10th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. This topic has been covered by quite a few folks, recently. Pete Randall posted here | Read More »