Thursday, July 30, 2009

The sense of entitlement in D.C.

Kay Bailey Hutchison, the one who voted for the last Amnesty bill when she though no one was watching has decided it's her turn to be Governor of Texas.
To further her goals, she has decided our current Governor- the very able Rick Perry, needs to step aside in the primaries so as not to interfere with her Senate gig.

AUSTIN — U.S. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison's message today was as simple as it was confusing: If Gov. Rick Perry doesn't quit his re-election race to give me a free run at the Republican gubernatorial nomination, I'll quit the Senate to run against him.

In just a matter of hours, Hutchison told a Dallas radio station in a telephone interview that she planned to quit her Senate seat in October or November to challenge Perry. But then several hours later she told reporters in Washington that her statements had been misunderstood and what she really wanted was for Perry to get out of the race.

“Nobody expected [Perry] to run for 15 years, and I think there's a chance that he wouldn't run because he would see how divisive it is and that he's trying to stay too long and that he can really help in many ways if he doesn't run, in which case I could then be able to stay in the Senate all the way to the end,” Hutchison said, according to Congressional Quarterly.

Rick Perry assumed the governorship in late 2000 with the election of Bush as President.

As you read the article, you'll notice that her staff is using the Democrat rout of campaigning and heading straight to the pig pit of verbiage. I guess they learned how to get things done that way in DeeCee, but we don't really want to operate that way here Kay- just in case you forgot where you came from.

I'll not be voting for her again.

Stolen from Alamo City Pundit.

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