Rick Perry 2012
August 11, 2011 by USA Post
Rick Perry 2012, Texas Gov. Rick Perry has yet to officially jump on the 2012 presidential race, but in an interview recently, said at least want to run – and is “quietly in his heart that this is what I have that do. ” Speculation of a presidential bid Perry has been building for weeks – and many expect a clear decision in a statement this weekend in South Carolina.
In the meantime, however, the conservative Texan mask their ambitions is not apparent: When Time Mark Halperin asked if there was an “open question” whether planned to run, Perry suggested that he had made his mind in the affirmative. “I would not be so far in the process …. The issue of” is this what I want to do? “It’s 45 days in a conversation with my wife,” said Halperin. “Before that, no. As the President of the United States was not on my radar screen from the point of view of something I wanted to do.”
But now, he says, “get-away to the point and the idea that this is what I’m supposed to be doing.”
“I mean, this is starting to reach that comfort level and I have the comfort of my heart,” continued Perry. “I think it was a bit of an obstacle at first, but I’m very quiet in my heart that this is what I’m supposed to be doing.”
Perry is expected to be an instant favorite for the GOP nomination if he enters the race, partly because it has the support of both the republican constitution and fiscal conservatives and social development.
The old governor of Texas said, too, that President George W. Bush – who preceded Perry of Texas government. – It has been advising him on the decision.
“He said, ‘You do the right thing,’” Perry said in a June conversation with former president. “He said, I do not wake up when you’re 70 and go,” I wish I had tried. I wish I had. ”
Asked about the strength of his conservative credentials, Perry said he did not believe there was “no doubt” that it was at least as conservative as all other candidates in the race – if not more.
“I have a record. And that record, especially when it comes to major issues in this campaign, which is creating the climate of the U.S. to offer incentives to job creators to risk their capital and create jobs for our citizens, that they will against anyone who is running and especially against this president we have today, whose work is abysmal record, “he said.
Perry also admitted it would be “very competitive”, trying to raise money against Obama, but said that “a little” intimidated by this obstacle.
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