Governor Rick Perry: Week in Review: 11/8/2013

November 5, 2013

Bringing Texas Closer to the Rest of The World

The link between Israel and Texas is as strong as ever, and I was honored to be in the Holy Land recently to witness critical new milestones in the deepening of our relationship. read more…

Statement by Gov. Perry on Prop. 6 Passage

Gov. Rick Perry today issued the following statement in response to the passage of Proposition 6: Today, the people of Texas made history, ensuring we’ll have the water we need to grow and thrive for the next five decades, without raising state taxes. Now it’s time to get to work on the projects that’ll help us meet our growing water needs, preserving and improving both our economic strength and quality of life. read more…

November 6, 2013

Statement by Gov. Perry on President’s Visit to Texas

President Obama deceived the American people by promising that anyone who liked their health care plan could keep it, but millions of Americans are now discovering that simply isn’t true. read more…

November 7, 2013

 

Rick Scott is “one passionate dude,” Texas’ Perry declares

Texas Gov. Rick Perry left no doubt that he supports former Texan and current Florida Gov. Rick Scott’s re-election over Democrat Charlie Crist. read more…

Gov. Rick Perry says ‘it’s never too early to come to Iowa’

Texas Governor Rick Perry is asked about being in Iowa Thursday as speculation about a possible 2016 presidential run looms. watch video here

Rick Perry in Iowa: Too early to decide on 2nd presidential run

“Certainly, if I were to be making a plan for 2016, coming to Iowa early and often would be part of it. That’s a bit premature,” Perry said talking to a group of reporters in downtown Des Moines after a private luncheon he had with about a dozen business executives. read more…

In IA today, Gov. Perry says he’ll come to IA earlier if he runs in ’16 (AUDIO)

Texas Governor Rick Perry is having lunch right now in Dos Rios, a downtown Des Moines restaurant, with a group of people invited to the table by Americans for Prosperity.  Perry spoke with reporters shortly after entering the room.  Listen to the AUDIO read more…

 

Rick Perry in Iowa: Solutions Are Found in Red States

Governor Rick Perry (R-TX) spoke to a crowd of more than 450 people at the Embassy Suites for the Polk County Republicans’ annual Robb Kelly Dinner last night.  He cast the vision that the answers that will solve America’s problems are found the in the states. read more…

 

November 8, 2013

Gov. Rick Perry calls health law an ‘abomination’

Gov. Rick Perry calls Obama’s health care plan an “abomination” and explains how Americans aren’t looking towards Capitol Hill anymore to solve their problems. watch video here

Rick Perry says Mexico energy policy might resolve illegal immigration

Gov. Rick Perry doesn’t think Washington can or should pass an immigration bill — at least before it resolves tax and spending issues. But it might be a big issue that is turned on its head, he said. read more…

Rick Perry on Ted Cruz, shutdown: ‘That’s his thing. My thing is governing.’

Gov. Rick Perry returned to Iowa on Thursday, meeting with business and political leaders and shunting aside frequent questions about whether he is hawk-eyeing another presidential run. read more…

Newest member of Rick Perry’s family comes from south of the border

The newest addition to Texas Gov. Rick Perry’s household immigrated from south of the border. It’s a mutt named Scout. read more…

Rick Perry heading to South Carolina

Texas Gov. Rick Perry, fresh off a speech in Iowa, is going to another early 2016 state next month. read more…

Only the Governor of a State Like Texas Would Proudly Take This Picture

While some politicians routinely tip-toe around the mainstream media’s intense scrutiny of so-called “assault weapons,” Texas Gov. Rick Perry unapologetically posed with a semi-automatic rifle on Friday while meeting with the president of the “world’s largest supplier of firearm parts.” read more…

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