The title says the race heats up but heats up to what? Sarah Palin is intellectually devoid of substance, she is clearly out for financial gain, quitting her position as governor shows her to be weak and irresponsible. Rudy Guiliani, aside from being very competent and strong during the 9/11 tragedy, has nothing to offer the country. That leaves Governor Perry who honestly is running on the idea that states should the preponderance of power, more so than the federal government. However when natural disasters happen, which entity is called? Our country tried the experiment of having the states assume most of the power and responsibilities, it didn’t work. Many of our founding fathers recognized the absolute need for a strong central government, especially George Washington. I would also argue that Texas under his governorship has not done that well economically, they are running a huge deficit which they are handling by gutting education and medicaid. So based on these three potential candidates, I don’t see how the field has suddenly heated up.
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