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Texas Gov. Rick Perry will be in the Grand Old Party (GOP) and Conservative Republican presidential race and debate, and he's going to be an immediate contender. He's also sure to bring his Texas swagger and try and shake up the Republican race.
Remember, you have the “GOP” and the “Conservatives,” so the candidates are going to get far more interesting the next time they're on a Republican debate stage, which is scheduled to take place next month at the Reagan Library in California.
The question is "With so much candidate diversity of background, yet most candidates singing the same or nearly the same tune, will voters in the general election be attracted to anyone in the GOP?" 2012 is the GOP's election to loose. And they just might do it. I'd like for find a conservative to run. But the only conservative I see now is a conservative Democrat who is seeking his second term as president.
Accuracy, I've sent Bob Romantic at the EV Trib my e-mail address with instruction to either forward it to you or have your e-mail to me forward. We need to exchange information sources about 2355. Someone is dead wrong! Don't you care to find out who and why?
"Perry Wrinkle"??? More of the socialist democratic party talking points.
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