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New Perry Ad Keys on Humble Roots, Values

By    |   Wednesday, 09 November 2011 10:22 PM EST

Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry’s campaign has launched a new TV ad. The spot, which kicked off in Iowa on Wednesday and is titled “Values,” plays up the Texas governor’s humble roots and military service.

Perry narrates the ad, saying, in part: “As the son of tenant farmers from the West Texas town of Paint Creek, I learned the values of hard work, faith, and family."

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“I took those values with me when I served our country as a pilot in the Air Force. I returned home to farm and ranch with my father and married my high school sweetheart. The values I learned served me well as governor of Texas and will continue to guide me as president.”



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Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry s campaign has launched a new TV ad. The spot, which kicked off in Iowa on Wednesday and is titled Values, plays up the Texas governor s humble roots and military service. Perry narrates the ad, saying, in part: As the son of...
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