Perry Defends Stance on The Fed, Immigration

Texas Gov. Rick Perry wrapped up his first week as a declared presidential candidate in Rock Hill, South Carolina, on Saturday, Aug. 20, 2011, following a two-day, four-city tour through the first Southern primary state. Speaking to the media for the first time in five days, Perry did not back down from statements about the validity of climate change, his position on immigration, or his claim that Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke's quantitative easing plans were "treasonous." His wife, Anita stands beside him.
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( Shawna Shepherd/CNN / August 20, 2011 )

Texas Gov. Rick Perry wrapped up his first week as a declared presidential candidate in Rock Hill, South Carolina, on Saturday, Aug. 20, 2011, following a two-day, four-city tour through the first Southern primary state. Speaking to the media for the first time in five days, Perry did not back down from statements about the validity of climate change, his position on immigration, or his claim that Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke's quantitative easing plans were "treasonous." His wife, Anita stands beside him.

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