Floyd and Mary Beth Brown, FloydReports.com
Rush Limbaugh is starting a movement, a movement to draft Texas Governor Rick Perry for President. Here’s what Rush said this week on this radio program:
There’s no way you’re gonna hear Rick Perry supporting amnesty in any way, shape, manner, or form. He’s solid on that, plus pro-life. Rick Perry stands in opposition to inside the Beltway Washington elites, I don’t care what party they are.
Since Mike Huckabee bowed out of the presidential race this week, conservatives are now in a mad search to find a non-Washington establishment candidate to lead the campaign against politics-as-usual in D.C. The pickings are slim.
Whatever you call it, Tea Party, conservative, or just plain dissatisfaction, there are lots of us outside the capital city who just plain don’t want more of the same. We all share a simple observation: D.C. changes good people. Call it a desire to be loved, call it a desire to be accepted, call it the influence of staff or pomp and circumstance, but we repeatedly send good people to D.C. who fail to cut the size and scope of government.
We are embarrassed by the spectacle of House Speaker John Boehner trying to cut deals with Democrats. Too many deals over too many years have put this country at dire risk. We want a government modeled on the U.S. Constitution.
Our rallying cry is….