Governor Perry opens his comments at his pre-booking address by saying, â€œIâ€™m here today because I believe in the rule of law. And I am here today because I did the right thing. Iâ€™m going to enter this courthouse with my head held high, knowing the actions that I took were not only lawful and legal, but right.â€
He says he would veto the funding for the public integrity unit again, if he had to do so. He says that â€œAny governor, Democrat or Republican, would expect this important unit, with jurisdiction over State officials, be led by someone who lives up to the highest standards of conduct and personal integrity.â€
He says that the issue is far bigger than him, itâ€™s about the rule of law and the Constitution and the protections that citizens are afforded under it.
It appears the liberals in Austin not only bit off more than they can chew, but they have left a bad taste in the mouths of many Texans and Americans. In doing so, they have handed Governor Perry a platform from which to showcase his public persona and leadership,Â and toÂ buildÂ his case with the American people as to why he should be the next president of the United States.
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