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Is Rick Perry Embarrassing Texas?

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Texas Gov. Rick Perry, now at single-digit lows in polls after his high-flying start on the presidential campaign trail, has performed so badly on the national stage that there's talk back home -- especially from Democrats -- that he's embarrassing Texas.

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