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Perry supported tax hikes before he opposed them

From his days in the Texas Legislature, gov.'s record contradicts current beliefs

Over a political career that reaches back to the oil price shocks of the 1980s, Texas Gov. Rick Perry has embraced billions of dollars worth of them — including a $528 million tax hike approved in 1990, after he defected to the Republican Party.

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Aug 28, 2011, 11:37 am
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I like the time he tried to force vaccinate every 12 year old girl in Texas for sexually transmitted diseases at the behest of a pharma giant who just happened to be a major donor to his campaign.He was disappointed that he couldn’t keep his promise to the pharmaceutical company for the State contract.Another time he concocted a ponzi scheme using teachers salaries.Ha what a riot.That guy.Just think of what he would do if he had some real power?I’m voting for Ron Paul.If you don’t want Spanish as a first language,you might want to consider doing the same.

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