Bill White and His Fellow Race-Baiting Democrats
The true colors of the modern Democrat Party are shining through, but not so brightly. On Tuesday, Bill White, the Democrat candidate for Texas Governor and challenger to 3 time incumbent Republican, Rick Perry, said to an audience of black leaders in the Dallas area, “We need a governor who’s a servant, as opposed to Rick Perry, who wants to be treated as master.” So, | Read More »
Today in Washington – August 10, 2010
Yesterday in Texas, Democrat candidate for governor, Bill White, boycotted President Obama’s trip to Texas. The President better not bank on many photo ops with Democrat candidates in Red State America. The New York Times reports: President Obama shared an enthusiastic handshake and a hearty clap on the shoulder with this state’s Republican governor, Rick Perry, when Air Force One touched down here on Monday. But | Read More »
Checking in on Texas
I know many of my readers are interested in the race for Governor in Texas, so let’s check in on Rasmussen’s latest on that race.
Previously, the story of the race for Governor in Texas that was that Rick Perry was stagnant in the polls and Democrat Bill White was rising. But now, Rasmussen has shown a change. Perry has gone over 50 for the first time, and White has gone back under 40.