HillaryCare Letter Won’t Dent Perry’s Lead

Mitt Romney’s Massachusetts health care plan has always been the greatest impediment to his hopes of winning the Republican presidential nomination. However, the surfacing of a 1993 letter from Rick Perry praising Hillary Clinton’s health care initiative may provide a glimmer of hope to Romney. In the letter, which was published by the Daily Caller, the then Texas Agriculture Commissioner lauded the First Lady’s health care plans as “commendable” and lobbied her to make sure farmers and other agricultural workers would be included in the plan which had, as of the time of the writing of the missive, not yet been announced.

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