Kay Bailey Hutchison files for governor

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U.S. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison today officially stepped into the Texas governor's race. Full Story
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MADASHELL

El Paso, TX

#1 Dec 7, 2009
Huh, Hutchison critizising Perry's ethics! Talk about the pot calling kettle black!
What hypocrisy by Hutchison!
Why is she waiting to file? Because she stands to lose out on the senator perks she enjoys so much!
You believe these venal mendacious elitist pigs really care about you or I?
NOT!!!
White for Governor

El Paso, TX

#2 Dec 7, 2009
She reminds me too much of Thomson. Texans need healthcare options and she is determined to turn her back on people to cater to high paying lobbiests in the insurance field.

NO THANK YOU KBH, who wants to keep Texas dead last in coverage and health? Republicans want Texas in the dark ages for exorbtant rates for utilities, tuition,insurance rates (all thanks to their deregulation and pandering).

She is pro abortion, and against the people of Texas because she is too busy pandering to big money interests.

She also has Dick Cheney and Phil Graham (crook) in her corner supporting her. Those two toxic crooks have no business in public service. All they do is rob the bank for their pet agendas.

Since: Jan 09

Maribel, Texas

#3 Dec 7, 2009
Pom Pom Kay went to Washington some sixteen years ago and if you want a do nothing Governor, then vote for Kay Bailey. She's done nothing for her constituents while in Washington and she'll do the same thing for you as Governor of Texas.

They said she was just great as cheerleader at the University of Texas, but that's about the extent of her skills, unless one considers feeding at the government trough all her adult life a great accomplishment!
stanjbass

United States

#4 Dec 7, 2009
What's her take on Tigua? To what degree will she ignore El Paso like all other Texian Goobernaters has did? If I were still a chuke, I'd be mad as hell all the time. Being in Texas, where you're also not in Texas, is a crying shame. Watching the Indians and other native peoples in every other state help themselves and help their communities with gaming, and watching El Paso and the Tigua Nation continue to languish, is never a fun thing to do.

I don't believe for a second that Kay, or any other Texan can did ate, gives a hoot in he double hockey sticks what happens west of the Rio Pecos. And anyone that says he does is either a sucker, or a suckee. It's plain, clear, and simple. Democrats and Republicans are the two sides of the exact same coin: manipulators of the super-gullible, childish, emotional, dumbed-down, lazy American public.

Wow! I feel better now! Now to do something constructive.
MADASHELL

El Paso, TX

#5 Dec 7, 2009
No ripofflcans, and dumbocrats as governor! Support anyone else but the candidates of these two worthless parties!
We're sick and tired of the same old lies from both parties and their useless pant load candidate patsies!
The Old Coach

Spring, TX

#6 Dec 7, 2009
LOL, for for White and wind up like California. Broke and no way out!
AlamoGirl

Porter, TX

#7 Dec 7, 2009
I don't like Perry all that much but I like him better then K Bailout Hutchison.

At least Perry hasn't been in the Senate for 16 YEARS AND ACCOMPLISHED>>>> >>>>>>> >>>NOTHING!

She gutter the border surplus money...britch.

She voted for the Highway to nowhere....

SHE IS AN OPEN BORDER GLOBALIST TRAITOR.

Her report card stinks!

www.NumbersUSA.com
AlamoGirl

Porter, TX

#8 Dec 7, 2009
*gutted
Old hand

Pittsburgh, PA

#9 Dec 7, 2009
Hutchison is just Rick Perry in drag. Texas doesn't need either of them in the governor's mansion in Austin.
YearsofExperienc e

El Paso, TX

#10 Dec 7, 2009
Rick Perry does care and familiarized with El Paso and whats going on here, more so than Hutchinson,
The Old Coach

Spring, TX

#11 Dec 7, 2009
Old hand wrote:
Hutchison is just Rick Perry in drag. Texas doesn't need either of them in the governor's mansion in Austin.
We sure as hell don't need a democrat. Look what they've done to the other states where they've been in power for quite some time. Broke, broke and broke some more.
crazy ox0thong

Nha Trang, Vietnam

#12 Dec 7, 2009
TX, science, transCowgirl, CommerCE0 sofa :-ooo
make Jay Rocket look bado :-oooooooo
Old hand

Pittsburgh, PA

#14 Dec 8, 2009
The Old Coach wrote:
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We sure as hell don't need a democrat. Look what they've done to the other states where they've been in power for quite some time. Broke, broke and broke some more.
Broke like California where REPUBLICAN Ahnold is governor?

The Texas constitution requires a balanced budget and Rick Perry has been the beneficiary of that constitutional requirement.

On any given day, the worst Democrat is far, far better than the best Republican. Texas can emerge from the deep pit Rick Perry and his Republican cohorts have put us in by electing Houston Mayor Bill White, an intelligent, progressive, HONEST Democrat as Governor!

“Pet me or I'll bite you”

Since: Jul 07

Richardson, Texas

#15 Dec 8, 2009
Old hand wrote:
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Broke like California where REPUBLICAN Ahnold is governor?
The Texas constitution requires a balanced budget and Rick Perry has been the beneficiary of that constitutional requirement.
On any given day, the worst Democrat is far, far better than the best Republican. Texas can emerge from the deep pit Rick Perry and his Republican cohorts have put us in by electing Houston Mayor Bill White, an intelligent, progressive, HONEST Democrat as Governor!
You sure got that wrong.

The mistake Republicans made is acting (and spending) too much like dimocrats.
Ron

Ionia, MI

#16 Dec 8, 2009
Perry or or Hutch
don't matter much
The Republicans
got you by the nuts!@
The Old Coach

Spring, TX

#18 Dec 8, 2009
Old hand wrote:
<quoted text>
Broke like California where REPUBLICAN Ahnold is governor?
The Texas constitution requires a balanced budget and Rick Perry has been the beneficiary of that constitutional requirement.
On any given day, the worst Democrat is far, far better than the best Republican. Texas can emerge from the deep pit Rick Perry and his Republican cohorts have put us in by electing Houston Mayor Bill White, an intelligent, progressive, HONEST Democrat as Governor!
No such animal as an honest democrat.
The Old Coach

Spring, TX

#19 Dec 8, 2009
Old hand wrote:
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Broke like California where REPUBLICAN Ahnold is governor?
The Texas constitution requires a balanced budget and Rick Perry has been the beneficiary of that constitutional requirement.
On any given day, the worst Democrat is far, far better than the best Republican. Texas can emerge from the deep pit Rick Perry and his Republican cohorts have put us in by electing Houston Mayor Bill White, an intelligent, progressive, HONEST Democrat as Governor!
They were broke before he became governor. He's been pandering last few years to the kookoofornia liberals. He's a muscle wimp.
FEDUP

El Paso, TX

#20 Dec 8, 2009
Hey Old coach, look at California, isn't it run by REPUBLICAN ACTOR, acting as governor? he just bankrupted California, didn't he? Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha... Those republicans sure know how to run a state don't they? He, he, he,...!
The Old Coach

Spring, TX

#21 Dec 8, 2009
FEDUP wrote:
Hey Old coach, look at California, isn't it run by REPUBLICAN ACTOR, acting as governor? he just bankrupted California, didn't he? Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha... Those republicans sure know how to run a state don't they? He, he, he,...!
Hey fedup, you don't keep up with whats really going on around the world,do you? California was deeply in debt when he became governor. He had nothing to do with it, that's why they elected him. California has been run by liberal democrats for the last 50 years. Texas has been run by conservative Republicans. Texas is not in debt, California is sunk. Yes, it seems that all conservative states are in a better financial shape than all blue states. First time you've been right about anything, republicans can run a state better.
He-Man

El Paso, TX

#22 Dec 8, 2009
Sure those with no clue that are easily fooled by AM radio and Fox news, but the overwhelming majority of minorities and people with sense and good caring values for each other and our planet will not sell out to a party that has denied us equal rights trough out its history. Not to mention their unwillingness to change with the times and desire to impose their will to people throughout the world for the benefit of a wealthy few white dunked bigot. religious radical fanatics.

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