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Are you -- country music star -- -- not hit sons have topped the charts but not Clay Walker is jumping into the political arena welcome.
Dad he's music yeah -- -- -- of his newest songs all Americans.
Two longtime friend Rick Perry and hope in -- on propels him to the Oval Office.
And -- -- -- joins us live this morning good morning tea good morning so how you get a friend of preparing for fifteen years to like them about.
And you described him as haven't a Democrat heart but Republican -- was far from Democrat could kick.
He used to -- is one of the greatest guys that night.
And personally I'm not that politically savvy but the guy is -- and someone that long you you're around them and in different settings and he's always the same is always a great guy.
And -- -- a more personal -- mean we've just prayed together we've we've eaten together we've we've shared our families together and -- together.
But once the it was not pretty good yeah.
He's -- your son.
As part of his campaign yeah I was so what is so He just called jetliner you talk too infrequently but He discounted and that He can use a lot of what He did I wrote the song I'm a few years ago called -- American -- CB.
And -- latest CB.
He He just said I wanna use the song what do you think and I said I'm flattered -- And in the songs talks about her hometown and your home values and and that's -- -- -- balance.
He's he's a blue collar guy you -- I mean -- can I can -- right now.
-- -- -- I don't forget to ask you this because it's it says tell me if I'm right or wrong you were an Obama fan.
Well I'm I'm a fan of of the way He is articulate I think He had.
He had a lot of great ideas when He and was elected I was looking forward to the change.
You know I think He had good intentions I don't think the changes happened I think -- repairing.
Is the guy that that can -- -- fulfilled those those good intentions and that change and we we need that I think all of America.
During the recession -- I was having lunch I'm in Texas and McKinney Texas and I had to wait two hours on -- -- twenty minutes in line at 2 o'clock in the for for watch how might the recession -- talk them -- doesn't seem like it's really hitting Texas and I think that.
You know as it as a fellow Texan.
I'm I'm proud of that you know and a look at what -- -- -- -- -- -- state.
And you know if you can manage.
You can manage a state like that.
I believe -- -- conscience and I want to -- -- over the weekend because as everyone look back continued since that eleven to Europe you and your talents were asked as seeing the nationalism.
Partly for the Texan game Texans against cults.
That was you know just before two I'm not a I'm not a -- fall guy but just before walking out onto the field I was in my hotel.
And they were showing some of the -- footage from around the memorials and it watching the families.
Just broke me is -- Small steps we're just you felt the the loss with the families and just before -- walked out felt lord please please let this be the best time I've ever saying it because this is the most important and plus -- to be standing down there with with New York City Fire Department and MPV.
Was such an honor.
Him as those words left my -- my lips you know it it was such a if -- if surreal feeling -- in there and you did well you can Paula let's upper that's ridiculous.
Here's someone as a -- -- and excuse for forgetting the words the national anthem and I've said.
To me like forgetting -- happy birthday hate her combined for Telus but it about something close to your -- your MS finished.
Well I was diagnosed -- and that's 96 and quit accidentally.
A medicine called -- packs and came up missing here and so I was able.
Because of the people that came before me I was able to -- in mission for the last thirteen years and this is a disease that is manageable.
A lot of people don't know that believe it or not there's not enough publicity out there about multiple sclerosis and here but there's there's a cure for -- in -- appear for a mass.
And He gets people excited in the media thinks all the diseases is there's already cured it's not -- -- -- ago.
But you can manage it you know I've actually walked to this interview.
You know Saddam living proof that you can manage this disease whenever my outlook -- -- prognosis was really bad whenever I was first diagnosed.
They -- for years wheelchair eight years you might not be here.
So I'm doing great in Atlanta that was those were horrible words to hearing your twenty's when you're -- vibrant young you have a look at his hit song you know.
And they have of the political trail -- I am politics and I wanna be a -- my friend but Rick -- is using your son congratulations that He I certainly isn't that your leadership and thank you.
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