There's not a grain of salt big enough to make this statement true
Says the federal government restricts "how much salt we can put on our food."
Levies on cigarettes, fireworks and more
Says he has a track record of not raising taxes.
He paid in -- and got some out
Says Bill White "didn't pay taxes while earning $133,600 annual salary as deputy secretary of energy."
Case for profiteering not made
Says Bill White "profiteered in the aftermath of Hurricane Rita."
Though uncertain, numbers not free-floating
Says an estimate that Texas will face an $18 billion budget gap is “a number that somebody just reached up in the air and grabbed."
Feds say ball is in state's court
Says Texas has been waiting for two years for the federal government to act on a proposal to allow the state to "create insurance opportunities for those that are uninsured today."
Perry took two questions there from an American-Statesman reporter
"We had a press conference here that interestingly no one in the mainstream media covered."
TEA: No way
Says the Texas Education Agency follows up to make sure undocumented immigrants paying in-state tuition at Texas colleges are applying for permanent residency.
Truth gets distorted and deported
Says Kay Bailey Hutchison voted for sanctuary cities.
Only true by overlooking most of United States
Says approximately 70 percent of jobs created in the United States in November 2007-2008 were in Texas.
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