You're right about Perry. That must have been an urban myth I heard somewhere.<quoted text>
Bush had nothing to do with Perry's switch to the republican party you moron wanna be adjunct professor;
In 1984, Perry was elected to the Texas House of Representatives. As a Democrat, he served three two-year terms in office. In 1988, Perry supported Al Gore in the Democratic presidential primaries and chaired the Gore campaign in Texas. In 1989, Perry announced that he was switching to the Republican party. The following year, as a newly minted Republican, Perry challenged Jim Hightower, the incumbent Democratic agriculture commissioner, and won. He served as the agriculture commissioner until he was elected lieutenant governor of Texas in 1998. He assumed the governorship in December 2000 when then-governor George W. Bush resigned to become president of the United States. Perry was elected in his own right to full gubernatorial terms in 2002, 2006 and 2010."
Always fun proving what a moron you truly are.
What about the rest of the post?
Bush beat Richards. Texas has been booming ever since.
Sucks to be dumb, poor and liberal.
How's the affirmative action recipient wife?