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Perry: We Can’t Fix Washington by Electing a President From Washington

Friday in Nashua at the New Hampshire Republican Leadership Summit, former Gov. Rick Perry (R-TX) took a shot at the three one-term senators, Sens. Ted Cruz (R-TX), Rand Paul (R-KY) and Marco Rubio (R-FL)  running for president when he proclaimed, “We’re not going to fix Washington by electing a president who is from Washington, of Washington, and for Washington.”

Perry said, “There’s something wrong where we are told that the economy is growing but Americans are out of work, underemployed, or are giving up looking for a job. Washington’s answer to the middle class has often been let’s spend money. Liberals in Washington have spent 30 years criticizing Reaganomics’ ball-delivering, trickle down liberalism. Give more money to the federal government, let the liberals, the leads, take care of their pet causes, leaving an ever-shrinking middle class. Their answer to jobs was spending close to a trillion dollars on stimulus. It is no wonder that Washington is now the richest metropolitan area in America.”

He added, “We’re not going to fix Washington by electing a president who is from Washington, of Washington, and for Washington. Change is only going to come from the outside in my perspective and so should the next president. There’s nothing wrong with America that cannot be fixed with new leadership. I believe that with all my heart, we are a few good decisions away from the best days the country has ever seen, reviving our economy, building our military, and restoring our place in the world.”

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