Travis County Goes After Texas Governor shortly after strong border position

By | August 16, 2014

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  1. Jan Brown

    “Careful what you ask for, you may get it.” We ask (expect) our elected officials to DO THEIR JOB & Perry has!!! I suspect this isn’t the first time the DA has wandered ‘off the range” Travis County is the hotbed for liberals and the “Turn Texas Blue” groupies. It also is the ‘same’ group that prosecuted “The Whip”Tom Delay and attempted a case against Kay Hutchinson.

    While I am not a member of Perry’s fan club. He has done some positive things for Texas. He is a hang over of the ‘good old boys club’ and a cowboy street fighter of sorts. While Dewhurst (Lt Gov) is a quite sneaky & posing in a Republican robe for his own personal gain. He wheels and deals while riding his quarter show horses and lunching with money people. He has almost outdone Harry Reid. There are numerous bill on immigration languishing in committee that he will not bring to the floor for a vote. Nor did he ‘shut down’ Wendy Davis.

    Perry seems to be visual at the Border primarily when elections are involved..BUT he is sincere in wanting to ‘protect & serve” and I am proud & very pleased he acted boldly to protect my country, my state, my home.

    This makes we wonder WHO’S RUNNING SCARED

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