Saturday, August 13, 2011

Rick Perry, the ultra-conservative Republicans in the primaries: "Bush? Too Liberal "

He led a prayer group in Houston, last Saturday, in front of 30 thousand people, asking God to "stop the decline of the United States." Do you think that President Bush was a "too liberal", and that the United States got into the hands of an "oppressive and rapacious central government." Asks radical cuts in health spending, as for education and the environment (in addition to closing the ministries of education and energy).

Comes to think that the prohibition of sending messages on her cell phone while driving, is "intolerable interference" of the government in the lives of citizens. Of course, he opposed to abortion, to gay marriage, and his book thought-called Fed Up!, Indicating the exasperation of the average American toward Washington and politics.

His name is Rick Perry, 61, Republican governor of Texas. The last, in order of time, to announce candidacy for President of the United States. The announcement of taking the field for Perry did not surprise anyone. It has long been known that the volcanic Texas politician was ready to challenge Mitt Romney, Jon Huntsman, Michele Bachmann and other Republicans to Barack Obama In the assault.

His candidacy is an important fact, however, the caliber of character and that creates havoc in the Republican field. Perry is able to steal votes to Bachmann and Tim Pawlenty, up to now "favorite" of the Tea Party and religious conservatives in America.

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