another player in the ring

macshooter

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Hmmm... I'm surprised the statesman (just being an Austin paper) wasn't finding some way to rip her if she is Christian and conservative. I'd like to know more about her, but she sounds good so far. Thanks for posting.

Wait she's running as democrat... Definately want to find out more about her.

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Oh nevermind that was Wendy Davis they were talking about

Fritsch joins a field that, in addition to Abbott, includes Tom Pauken, Miriam Martinez and Larry Kilgore. Sen. Wendy Davis, D-Fort Worth, announced her candidacy for the Democratic nomination for governor last Thursday.
But there she was, Fritsch - a striking black woman, 6-feet tall, not inluding heels, standing before an exuberant crowd of some 75 supporters - announcing her candidacy for the Republican nomination for governor.
 
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mosin

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The left would go batsh*t crazy if Texas had black female tea party conservative for Governor. I'm in.
Just a token, and only being supported so they can hide behind her obviously. That was the only reason Cain got any traction remember?
 

macshooter

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Just a token, and only being supported so they can hide behind her obviously. That was the only reason Cain got any traction remember?
Who is "they"?

Herman Cain was a self made man and bootstrap success story who came up from his own hard work, he was not a "token." He got shot down because people made a big deal about affairs he had. Damn straight it DOES help to be black and conservative, because black conservatives are in a unique position to f*ck the left's sh*t up. Far more than any insider white GOP'er. That's just the way it is. And these days I'm to the point where I hate the old GOP establishment more than I do the democrats. I'd much rather see an outsider tea party candidate make it into office.

Perry is a notorious back room dealer / pay to play politician. I don't know much about Abbot at all, but he's been in politics for a long time and I assume as the Texas attorney general, he is plugged into the behind the scenes money game, and knows who's palms need to be greased to get elected. It'll be real hard for Fritsch to overcome that.
 
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