When Rick Perry and Ron Paul debated last week at the Reagan Library, it was the first time the two Texans had met. “Some of the people in the media said, ‘I don’t believe you! How could that be true? He’s your governor. You’ve both been in political business for a long time,’” Paul commented afterward. “It’s true. We’ve never crossed paths. Last night we did.”
The Perry camp disputes that — spokesman Mark Miner told RealClearPolitics the two men had met before the debate — but it underscores how little interaction has occurred between the two.
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