Perry Agrees: He's Getting Picked on Because of His Faith

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On Friday's Good Morning America, Rick Perry agreed with his wife Anita's remarks about the reasons for why his opponents are picking on him: his faith and his true conservatism. "I'll stand by my wife. I think she's right on both cases. My understanding is that she said I'm the most conservative candidate in the race and 'he's a Christian.' So I haven't got anything I can add to that and she's hit me on my mark both times there," he told George Stephanopoulos. Yesterday, Anita Perry was quoted by First Read saying:
"We are being brutalized by our opponents, and our own party. So much of that is, I think they look at him, because of his faith. He is the only true conservative ..."

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