THE LIST OF REPUBLICAN TRAITORS THAT STOOD AGAINST RICK PERRY!

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AUSTIN, Texas — In light of the malicious prosecution of Governor Rick Perry, Republican lawmakers are rushing to jump on the bandwagon opposing the Democrats politically motivated action. But several House Republicans loyal to liberal House Speaker, Joe Straus, bear responsibility for setting the stage leading to the indictments.

In fact, 18 Republicans joined with the chamber’s Democrats in stopping Gov. Perry’s 2013 initiative to move the Public Integrity Unit out from under convicted drunk driver Rosemary Lehmberg, Travis county’s Democrat district attorney.

According to the House Journal for Monday, May 20, 2013, liberal State Rep. Charlie Geren, a Fort Worth Republican lieutenant to Straus, moved to kill an amendment that have moved the PIU functions to the Office of the Attorney General. He was clearly doing the bidding of the Democrats to whom Straus has owed his speakership.

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Those Republicans joining Geren and the Democrats on Record Vote 994 were:

Bill Callegarri of Katy (didn’t seek re-election)

John Davis of Baytown (didn’t seek re-election)

Patricia Harless of Houston

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Dan Huberty of Humble

Jason Isaac of Dripping Springs

Kyle Kacal of Bryan

Jim Keffer of Eastland

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Ken King of Canadian

Susan King of Abilene

John Kuempel of Seguin

John Otto of Dayton

Diane Patrick of Arlington (defeated)

Jim Pitts of Waxahachie (retired)

John Raney of College Station

J.D. Sheffield of Gatesville

David Simpson of Longview

Wayne Smith of Baytown

John Zerwas of Simonton

If these Republicans had not joined with the Democrats, Perry would not have had to exercise his line-item veto. Only one member noted above, Simpson, is not a Straus loyalist. 

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