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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 20, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 GOP  Continued from page Ì  from Rick Perry to Prcsi-(lent Barack ()barTia.  "You won't hear a lot of shape-shifting nuance from me," Perry to Id Repub I i -c ans gathered in Las Vegas on VVcdnesday, h i11ing Romney anew the day afte*r I lie two sparred onstage during a flehate, "I'm going fo giv(' the Amc'rican fXH)-f)le a huge, big old helping ot un iridled truth."  rhe target was Romney, who over the years has r('versed hisf)ositions on a series of issues that conser-v.rtives ( hampion. And the sharper, more personal tone st'ems sure to shape the làtupaign in the next month as Perry looks to iind(*r(.ut th(’ former Mass-<i( husetts governor's standing at th(' liead oí the f)a(k.  Í )li,ima's team, t(X), wasted littl(‘ time in going atter Romney in (M'rsonal terms.  "Tb(' ( f>re prin( iple driving Mitt Romn(‘y? Ciettmg (•le( tt>d," ( )bama ( am[).iign  manager Jim Messina told reporter® Ir^ 3 confcrence call.  App<'aring unruffled at the atta( ks, Romney kef it his focus on ()bama and the economy on Wednesday, saying: "He should tx’ less comerried alxwt kec'p-ing his own job and spc’nd more time helping the millions who are unem-[)loyed." Btit rnore c riti( ism against Romney is cert.Hii to come from fellow Republic ans as th(' race for the GC )P nomination (‘nters a nevv phas(‘ and the 2012 general ('lection indies (loser.  Tor now, Romney tojis state surveys and national polls, in( luding the latest Associati'd Press-OfK survey, in th(' ( jOP c ampaign. Perry's and Romn(‘y's (>t ler rivals hav(' m('re weeks to (hange that dynamit before th(’ Iowa c aucusi's on Ian.  After fiv(' debates situ i' I abor Day, the c andidat(‘s won't ni('(M again in that si'tiing until mid-Noveni ber. So they'll bf' mixitig it  LIBERTY Savcir I hr I iii‘X|M*rl«Ml  BISTRO ............  i\ IiIk I    II I <11  yi. S0>/ntin    in  ihurntoHu .Wtf Hntunfvl*  up mostly from afar — on the campaign trail, on the Internet an(i, scK)n, in television advertising by the candidates themselves as well as by Super I’ACs that are working on thi'ir behalf and Can s )end as much money as tney raistr.  The candidates will cross paths at a dinner in Iowa this weekend where they will try to court (ultural conservative's who haven't yet rallied behind a single contender. It's a prime setting for candidate's like Perry, Minnesota Ri*}). Micht'le Rac h ma n n, busi ne*ssm«m Herman ( ain and others looking to emerge as the alternative to Romney. Iowa conservatives have long vi(»wed Romney skeptically for his reversals on aiiortion rights and gay rights, anil they have vii'wed his Mormon faith wanly.  Perry also will give an cHotiomic sfieec h on Tuesday in Soulh ( arolina. Romnc'y contends his busi ness ba( kground makes him the strongest R(‘publi-can in the fi(’ld alile to take on Obam.i on the ('cono-my, and Perry needs to counter th.it The I(‘xan will point to his stat«‘'s job  growth during his tenure  as governtjr, and, in a bid to win over fiscal conserva-tives, he plans to call for tax changes that would apply the same rate to all c i t i z e n s, r e g a r d I es so f income level.  Previewing the propos al, Perry said Wedneway that jumpstarting the ^on-omy "starts with scrrapping the \ million words of the current tax code anif start-ing ovi'r with something much simf)lc‘r: a flat tax. I want to make the tax code so simple that even Timothy Geithner can file his taxes on time." It was a referent* to Obama's Treasury secretary. Behind th(' scenes, the (andidates with the most money —- P(*rry and Romney — and their allic*d groups are gearing up for the inevitable TV ad war. Ea( h cam[)aign is sitting on roughly $IS million and counting, and there are lc*ss than 75 days before th(> Iowa c auc uses.  Thi're's no doubt that the* pc*rsorial .ittac ks th.it >lay('d out on stage Tuesc ay — and that had lH*en simmering tor weeks lx*tvvc*en the Romney and Pe^rry camps — will now (ontinue out in the open.  WALDRIP  Continued from page I  ()iti( ers' Association.  VValdrip, an Fagfe Scout, graduatcHl with honors from New lir.uinfels High Scliool, Texas A^M Univer sitv <ind St, M.iry 's S< Ikk)! ol Law.  He is ax five in m.my civic org.uiizations, including lh(> N('\\ Brauntels HA BcKister  CALL TO ORDER (830)629-6100 (830)629-6101  Club and the Wurstfest Ass(){ iation,  VValdrip and Ins wife, (irace, and their childrcMi Cicorgeanne, john, Winston and William attend Oak wood Ba[)tist Chur( h, atid they are involved in many a( tivitic's inc luding youth sports.  Supporti'fs will gather to kick-off his ( .uiipaign at h [).ni. 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But Peter Hendy, the commissioner for Transport for London, told The Ass<Klat(‘d Press th.it while authorities will tak(‘ advic e  from the police, such additional checks M not envisioned. "It's almost giving in to terrorism," he said of the Idc'a.  Hendy made the comments during an interview outiihJng plans to manage the huge inc rease in traffic expected on subways, trains and buses during the Game's, whic h bc'gin luly 27 and end Aug, 12.  Surveillance camera use will be expanded tor the Game's, he said, although he offere'd no details on other security measures. Bag ( hec ks are expe( ted to take )lace at vcvnues hosting the (ompetitions.  lonclon suffered transit attacks in^OOS, killing.S2 commuters ,ind four sui-(ide bombers.  PARTIERS  Continued from page 1  and tactical units combe*d th(' building for explosive's.  Authorities also se*arche*d the* nearby (on-vention ('enter vvhere do/(‘ns of top U.S. intelli-gen(e officials we*re attending a confere*nc e>.  iri( luding Mu h,ie‘1 Vu ke'rs, the imclersecretary of d(‘lense for intelligence.  Ortiz defended the aggr('ssive f M)lic e res[M)ns(* to tive foreign suspects se*en lireaking into a gov-ernnient building, and acknowlc'dged lo( al kids pulling the same prank wouldn't h.ive* brought out the sani(> swarm of law enlor( enKMit.  “Because the'y are foreign nationals, and Ix'c ause ot eve*r\ thing that has h.i[)jXMK‘d in tfie 1 Jnit-('(1 State's r(‘cc‘ntly \\v (an't tak(' anything like this as <i irank," Ortiz said. “We i,iv(' to do our due dili-gc'iK e."  Also raising initial susfvi-(ion was the renfi'd RV  the men h.id bee'n using to travel across the country. Some of the group arriv('d in Nc»w Yorn and had driven down to Horl-da to pick up the others, Ortiz said.  Authoriti(*s we're waiting on a search warrant We’dnesday afternoon to thoroughly s('arch the RV, though inv(»stigalors said the*y alre*ad> liad found the visas, maps, (ell phone's and (omputers.  Ortiz said two oi the men broke into the ( ourt-house through a fire escape and set off an alarm imnu'diately. Ihc'y were arrest('d shortly afte*r and a()()CMred to c aus(' no damage.  ()rtiz said they sfiokc' little' f nglish l)ut were being ccK)perative with inv(*sti-gators through the h('l[) of a tr.uislator.  “They were c hjvvning an)und in th(' ( ourlroom. Hx'v put on M('xi( an hats, thc'v grabbc'il the' gavel," Ortiz said. “That gave us ,Hi indi( ation thc'y weren't up to anything oth('r than .1 pr.ink.''  s  10.  Veatloaf  X^uin •g.io.170  'IKAI  SPUD RANCH  rrs TEAT TDD! ^AHVI  Hot Soiq»sA8oi Potatoes Broccoli Soi  See pie Ranch!  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