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It shouldn't be a tough choice

On the one hand, you have taxpayers at home whose homes are threatened.
On the other, a TV appearance to plug a national campaign involving an election that is still well over a year away.
It doesn’t seem like it should be so very difficult to understand Gov. Rick Perry’s consideration if he decides to forego this week’s debate, but you can be sure he’ll pay for it if he does.
This week, the presidential candidate has hinted that he needs to be at home, trying to help those who have been burned out in the ...


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