July 19, 2011

Perry and Bachmann to Fight for God's Love

Andrew Belonsky, Death and Taxes

Texas Governor and religious crusader Rick Perry has yet to announce his all but certain presidential campaign, but the Republican did tell the Des Moines Register that he’s being “called” to the campaign trail.

“I’m not ready to tell you that I’m ready to announce that I’m in, but I’m getting more and more comfortable every day that this is what I’ve been called to do,” Perry told the politically influential Iowa paper. “This is what America needs.”

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TAGGED: election 2012, Evangelicals, Michele Bachmann, Rick Perry

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