Sunday, August 24, 2014

The mugshot that launched a presidential campaign

Amy Miller relays news sure to disappoint the criminal front group known as the Texas Democrat Party:

If you were one of (I’m assuming) thousands who saw Texas Governor Rick Perry’s mugshot and thought, “that oughta be on a t-shirt,” then today is your lucky day.

Perry’s “RickPAC” has that mugshot on a t-shirt, along with that of embattled Travis County DA Rosemary Lehmberg, whose mishandling of the state’s Public Integrity Unit is the source of the current legal action against the Governor. Perry hasn’t let the lawsuit slow his momentum, however, and since his booking has maintained his travel schedule, sending him to key events in New Hampshire, South Carolina, Iowa, and Washington D.C.

Perry’s approach to his legal troubles has done a good job highlighting the weakness of the special prosecutor’s legal arguments against the Governor’s decision to veto funding for Texas’ Public Integrity Unit, and even liberals admit being shocked at the decision to indict.

Miller notes that Perry still has a long road ahead if he hopes to repair the damage to his "brand" from the 2012 campaign, but I for one could easily support him in 2016.

Hat tip: BadBlue News.

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