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Rick Perry's Gardasil Problem


As first reported by RealClearPolitics, allies of Texas Gov. Rick Perry have begun to quietly "nose around on his behalf" regarding a possible presidential campaign.

Last Wednesday, Perry conceded to Fox News' Greta van Susteren that he was "tempted" by a run for the White House. Two days later, in response to a question about a 2012 bid, Perry told the Austin American-Statesman, "I'm going to think about it."
A Perry run makes some sense. He's a three-term governor from a large Republican state with a solidly conservative record. And even at this somewhat late date, many grass-roots activists and members of the establishment alike are searching for a candidate with a profile (not unlike Perry's) who can satisfy their respective needs and, ideally, unite the party.

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Comment by Doug Nusbaum
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 Wow. A fundamentalist christian government intrusive fascist (oops family values conservative) who would sell the well being of children to enrich his family??? I am shocked!!! shocked I tell you. How can you tell a politician is lying? He is still breathing. With few exceptions his entire existence is a lie

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