Editor's note: Is there a feud between Rick Perry and George W. Bush? CNN's Jim Acosta reports.
Whether these two guys are best friends or worst enemies matters not one iota to me as a voter ( although I do not live in Texas) I only care about thier policies and what they say and how they conduct themselves generally. In this instance it's Perry who has made clear he is seeking the Republican nomination of his party to oppose Obama in the 2012 election ( the Ex Bush is just that) thhe caiscus from 52 states will decide if Perry is to be the cabdidate not BUSH who can influence the Texas caucus only,if he chooses to do so, and that is not certain.
FRENEMIES IS A DRAMA MEDIA CREATIION serving no good purpose.
Print that if you dare.
Often CNN has David Gergen on and lists that he has been an advisor to Nixon and others.
This is not the case. Gergen was a speech writer for Nixon and Director of Communications for Regan.
Let's get it right. Gergen was a master at spin and not an advisor.
i just love pres. obama although, he cant do anything positive for the country. let's all rot, as it is and re-elect him again to do absolutely nothing,
zero, nada, nein, wala. .
Why does the media insist on misspelling Rick Parry as Rick Perry, with an "e" instead of an "a"?
Ask Perry about the PUC slush fund. Money meant to help needy electrical customers with money "DONATED" by Teas citizens. It is not being distributed to the extent of donations. Nearly one billion in this account.
See Dallas Morning News and Houston Chronicle stories of this scandal.
He does not care about the lower income and needy people of Texas.
Please bring this important issue to the attention of the American public.
I love your show Anderson. You are terrific.
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