During remarks to a group of African-American leaders having lunch at a Dallas Luby's, Bill White said he wanted to be a servant of the people, while Gov. Rick Perry wanted to be something else.
"I'm here on a job interview," White said at the forum sponsored by state Rep. Barbara Mallory Caraway and The Elite News. "We need a governor who's a servant, as opposed to Rick Perry, who wants to be treated as master."
This is really egregious... and a big part of what is wrong with politics today.
Bill White must have seen some numbers that are no good, because he is making a lot of errors trying to change the game. Calling Rick a "master" to an African American audience? That is just beyond the pale...