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Statewide executive order fueled by an alleged under the table campaign contribution.
Sounds like a political novel but it's become a reality for Texas governor Rick Perry's presidential campaign.
Congresswoman Michelle Bachmann -- and the fanned the flames of controversy.
Over Texas governor Perry's executive order to mandate the HPV vaccination.
Governor Perry did sell all of governor Mitt Romney's offensive state mandated health insurance but -- campaign will suffer more from this -- -- Here to discuss his daily caller contributors Jack -- Jack it's a pleasure welcome here just to get the facts right governor Perry.
Is executive order.
That every females school child age twelve receive a vaccination against the sexually transmitted disease.
Was -- was overruled by the legislatures of the vaccinations never came to pass.
Governor Romney did -- with much -- and Teddy Kennedy standing next -- Into law Romney -- state of Massachusetts version of mandated health care for everybody in and the state does either wash.
With the typical.
Republican primary vote I don't think so at all what people are sick of of these executive orders weathered the presidential level or the state level.
But Rick Perry -- there in Texas and of course the questions about people on his staff benefit.
From that decision making young girls be forced to get vaccinations.
No they don't like that the average Republican grassroots -- -- voter does not like health care mandates in any way shape or form anyway.
Ken -- governor Romney.
Get any mileage out of the following argument we have to constitutions and Massachusetts we have the federal constitution.
One of limited delegated -- and and mandating health insurance is not among them.
Then we have the broadest most liberal constitution of the union even more liberal than new Jersey's.
Can compel you to do almost anything I was just trying to keep people healthy which was my job as governor won't be my -- president.
Does that argument watch with Republican.
Primary vote I don't think it does everybody in Massachusetts does that Romney care is not doing well it's not solvent.
And more importantly than that people have a problem with these executive orders that -- as I've mentioned and the mandate.
Romney's argument that well I did this at the state level it doesn't -- -- the.
-- national level it.
-- people see through that is precisely that sort of technocrat.
Style of governing this sort of micro managerial style of gathering the people like.
-- -- known for quite frankly Barack Obama we don't lead Republican version of what we have in the White House now He represents that I'm sorry when when run.
-- says things like we ought to know what the Fed is doing we are going to be able to audit the Fed.
We're gonna get rid of the Fed the Fed has more money than the congress has the Fed has spent more money than the congress has put us into debt.
Are those arguments beginning to resonate didn't we see something happen in California.
Over the weekend that congressman Paul explained -- to me Jack finished first.
Well when you have a the Republican state convention -- had the the straw poll -- of course Ron Paul won that by leaps and bounds with the head of -- -- was -- second and Romney was in third.
-- far -- auditing the Federal Reserve in getting to the meat of the matter when we're talking about our.
People are recognizing that we need to look at the root of the problem it is -- monetary problem is about the value of our dollar is about printing money out of thin air.
More Americans than ever willing to look at that root problem and until we do that we're not going to be able to turn this country around well.
Is the challenge that libertarian.
Ideas that government is best which governs least tell the government to leave me alone the government really can only do what -- constitution authorizes.
How is that a challenge to the political -- -- And the political orthodoxy that have -- to this country continuously.
Since it's now because they believe the solution to everything as the centralization.
The power you topic anybody in both parties maybe the Democrats are marginally worse but they always have a Washington solution to any problem you can fat -- That is completely ridiculous we can't afford it in most Americans know it does not work.
Jack -- a pleasure thanks for joining us all.