CPAC Update: Gov. Rick Perry fires up Friday at conservative gathering (Video)

Gov. Rick Perry / Image Wikipedia Commons
Gov. Rick Perry / Image Wikipedia Commons

WASHINGTON, DC, March 7, 2014 – Texas Governor Rick Perry opened the second day of the American Conservative Union (ACU) CPAC 2014 gathering. This year marks the groups 50th  annual gathering of conservative leaders and activists.

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Governor Rick Perry, who ran for president in the 2012 election, has been a defender of conservative values calling for ‘principled solutions to tough challenges”.

He has championed for better schools, more jobs, safer communities and a brighter future for all of Texas.

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Saying that, “Conservative governors trust the people more than the machinery of government.” Governor Perry said that, “The contrast with blue states is crystal clear.”

“We have created almost 30% of the nations jobs, while keeping taxes among the nation’s lowest.” Perry said about Texas, “We have demonstrated that no state can tax and spend its way to prosperity.”

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Concluding with a standing ovation, Perry declared, “You have the power to change America!”

CPAC is taking place March 6-8, 2014 at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center, offering three days of blockbuster speeches, policy discussions and networking opportunities – all celebrating the shared principles of smaller government, a strong national defense and traditional American values.

For additional information, download the official CPAC 2014 app by clicking here, on Facebook, or on Twitter at @CPACnews and #CPAC2014.

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