Many people assume Texas Gov. Rick Perry is a carbon copy of George W. Bush.
Well, he isn't. Those who either love or despise former president Bush
need to understand that Perry should be neither accepted nor rejected
based on their opinion of Bush. Indeed, as the nation heads with full
force into the 2012 election cycle, many of Perry's opponents in and out
of the news media will try to tear down the Texas governor as "Bush,
continued." To do so would be neither honest nor fair to either man.
As a sixth-generation Texan of similar age and life experiences, perhaps
I can explain some differences between the two. Of course, it will be
up to voters to decide whether these differences make a difference.
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