Four More Years for Texas Governor

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POSTED: Wednesday, November 3, 2010 - 2:34am

UPDATED: Thursday, November 4, 2010 - 8:55am

AUSTIN, TX - The governor of Texas is headed for another four year term in office.

Rick Perry defeated Bill White with room to spare in last night's election.

Perry gathered with supporters in Austin and congratulated White on running a good campaign.

He also reminded everyone of his main theme:  The Texas economy is better than most states.

"Texas has spoken and we are on the right track and by accessing one of the most precious rights the citizens of our state have sent with their votes that they are optimistic with the future of our country and they believe Texas is headed in the right direction."
 

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Insurance coverage (all types) is a personal choice. You want insurance, buy it. Expensive, yes. It is still a choice. Want to raise the high school grad rate? Get rid of the teachers unions and allow some public money for more charter schools. Apathetic unionized teachers and administrators do not have an incentive to teach kids well if there are no consequences to them. Charter schools are a business. If the student fails, they fail. They have incentive to succeed. Just like private schools.

ONLY IF THE RIGHT DIRECTION IS TO HOLD HIGHEST UNINSURED AND NEAR BOTTOM OF HIGH SCHOOL GRADS... SHOULD TEXAS CONTINUE IN THE SAME DIRECTION.

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