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imageI think we can probably tell who former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee is not endorsing in 2012 – Rick Perry.  In an email to supporters he wrote:

Texas Gov. Rick Perry, is still flirting with a run, and it’s the type of flirting even his wife approves of. The Dallas Morning News reports that a campaign button collector ordered a “Perry for Governor 2010” button from Perry’s office. What he got back was a button, all pressed and ready to go, that reads, “Perry – President – 2012.” So if Perry’s not running, then that button will be a REAL collector’s item. For all his new found commitment to hyper-conservatism, he’ll get to explain why he supported pro-abortion, pro-same sex marriage Rudy Guiliani last time.

That is a good question, but who he endorsed four years ago is not a much of a concern to me.  A better question is why has he spent so much taxpayer money on his rental home while the Texas Governor’s Mansion is being repaired after a fire?  Everybody has clunkers, and Perry if he runs will have to explain his.

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