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January 29, 2013

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A. Gray

Rick Perry has done a good job keeping taxes here in Texas low, and the economy running. But we do not like his "social meddling".

Coop

As a native Texan, I never believe it when polls show developments or outcomes I might find encouraging! Even if Perry is on his way out, just look at Sens. Cornyn and Cruz, the latter of whom is young enough to be disgracing us in Washington for at least 40 years.

pbrower2a

When the greatest strength of an incumbent politician 22 months from the next general election is that the potential opponents have poor name recognition, then that politician had better contemplate some other career.

Barack Obama may have been the wrong politician to win Texas -- but any opponent of Rick Perry will be wise to begin a campaign with a focus on big crowds in big cities and their suburbs. Texas is not rural.

Gayle Noll

Adios, Rick. Slither back under your rock. You've damaged our state way too much.

Danny

12 years is enough.how long you want to stay more?. Did you know that you always against the right things ( medicare, Obamacare.etc). For sure in next election, most texan is going to vote for Democracy party.

Juanita Johnson

So, now you want to get rid of the best gov. in the US and put in someone else. You just can't stand being the #1 state can you???

Spec

I suspect's Wendy Davis' name recognition has doubled.

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