"A wise and frugal government which shall restrain men
from injuring one another, which shall leave them otherwise free to regulate their own pursuits of industry and improvement, and shall not take from the mouth of labor the bread it has earned. This is the sum of good government."
(Thomas Jefferson)

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

"American Story"

Perry Campaign Releases New Ad: “American Story”

Posted on December 21st, 2011
AUSTIN – The Perry campaign today released a 30-second television advertisement entitled “American Story,” which will air on national cable and Iowa broadcast and cable.

“Gov. Perry and Mrs. Perry’s story is quintessentially American, based on family, faith and patriotism,” said Perry campaign communications director Ray Sullivan. “The Perrys met as children growing up in small-town Texas and married in 1982 after Rick Perry left the U.S. Air Force. Gov. Perry and Mrs. Perry are guided every day by the Christian values instilled in them as children, and this ad underscores their commitment to bringing their conservative values to Washington, D.C.”

NOTE:  With all the baggage of some of the GOP candidates in recent years, it is great to have a couple who not only talk about conservative values but live them every day.  Anita Perry as First Lady would bring class to the White House along with that down home Texas charm.  The Perry's are what is right about politics as they are not arrogant as some of are candidates are showing and believe deeply in the American ideals.  You don't have to wonder if they are going to be conservative tomorrow as conservative values and their Christian faith are there for all to see not just when running for election.  They are the real deal.

Remember when some people in Texas were telling pollsters they were not supporting Perry for President because they liked him as Governor.  Cannot fathom leaving Texas to live inside the beltway -- have tremendous respect for Governor and Mrs. Perry to be willing to sacrifice for what would be best for this Country.  Wall Street and lobbyists would really get a wake-up call with Rick Perry in the White House -- they would no longer be on speed dial!

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