Governor Rick Perry comes across as a guy who is not afraid of anyone. This is an admirable trait, but it may not be beneficial if the person who is raising problems has the name of Rick Perry. A study of emails sent from his office by an executive aide to a group of men who happened to be lobbyists is raising controversy. “If you’ve been working offline on some changes or under the table with someone else, get your comments to me ASAP.”
It gets worse. The day before Governor Perry signed the controversial order which mandated that adolescent girls get the Merck HPV vaccine, his assistant budget director sent an email which stated: “the first line sounds almost like a Merck commercial.”
We suggest to candidate Rich Perry that he place under lock and key that guy whose name is Governor Rick Perry.