This is very disconcerting, especially considering that Texas Governor Rick Perry, by some accounts, is the frontrunner in this election. Not only does he appear to be extending benefits for illegals, exercising executive fiat over parental rights with regard to the use of the HPV vaccine, he was the Texas campaign manager for Al Gore and looks to be providing great inroads for the Islamic community — peaceful Muslims and supporters of terrorism alike.
Rick Perry Has Some Explaining to Do
By Da Tagliare – Vision to America
I’ve often been told that you can accurately judge a person by the friends that they keep. Using this premise, let’s take a look at some of the friends Presidential GOP candidate Gov. Rick Perry has kept and still keeps.
In 1988, President Ronald Reagan had already served his two terms as President and was ineligible to run again. The Republican Party ran then Vice-president George H.W. Bush after a hard fought primary campaign against Senator Bob Dole. The top Democratic candidates included Gov. Michael Dukakis, Sen. Al Gore and Rep. Dick Gephardt among others. At the time of the 1988 campaign, then Democratic Rep from Texas Rick Perry served as the Texas campaign head for Al Gore. After Bush handily defeated Dukakis for the White House, Perry switched parties and became a Republican in 1989, but still kept ties with Democrat Al Gore – inventor of the internet and crusader for a one-world economy and government.
In 1999, Perry became Lieutenant Governor of Texas and Governor in 2000. As Texas’s governor, Perry has openly courted relations with a number of Islamic leaders.
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