She was under no legal obligation to resign. Only the courts can force you to do something that you don't want to do. Perry appointed himself as judge, jury, and executioner and unless he can rig the jury he's going to go down for it.
The DA honorably did her time in jail, next it will be time for Perry to do his.
Perry has had years to defund that extremely Partisan organization that has a history of wasting tax payers funds on Political witch hunts against Conservatives.
But he didn't.
Nancy Pelosi said: “We have to pass it, to find out what’s in it.” A Doctor called to a radio show & said: "That's the definition of a stool sample"
"Under my plan of a cap-and-trade system, electricity rates would necessarily skyrocket," Barack Obama January 2008
Though Perry is not someone at the top of my list as a GOP presidential candidate, often governors with good records are prime choices. Certainly more so than a House or Senate member. As soon as Christy started testing the waters, he was embroiled in a scandal flamed by the media and nothing much came from the piling on of accusations. But they did take their toll. Same with Bobby Jindal governor of Louisiana. As soon as rumors of a presidential run started floating, the hit pieces came out dissecting every word the man uttered. The same happened to Scott Walker of Wisconsin and now Perry. It is my opinion that the presidential campaign will officially start right after the midterm elections in November where Democrats are going to be handed their arses on a plate and they know it. They just don't know how badly it will be. There is a consorted effort to muddy any potential candidate leading up to this time. There is talk that John Kasich of Ohio may throw his hat into the ring this presidential election. If he does, mark my words there will be an effort to negatively depict him in the media. When the media keeps reporting nightly on news broadcasts toward any GOP governor using words like indicted, under investigation, or even trumped up accusations it is to muddy them and make them less appealing to voters. And if they seem to like a GOP candidate, showing special favor to him it is generally one that they know the Democrat can beat. That's how the game is played. Hello McCain. We really don't have a media we can trust to give us the facts anymore. They sure as heck didn't do their job in vetting Obama. Why would they? They have become an arm of the Democratic party. And any cable news source that dares to question the Democratic party is painted as extreme right wing news sources that should not be trusted. I was glad to see Perry fire back. There were a number of things that happened this past week that I was pleased to see. One was to see the media be embarrassed in their coverage of Ferguson Missouri egging on this racist divide painting a white cop as a killer and a black man as innocent which left egg all over the MSM's faces as facts in the case emerged. I was also pleased after years of the media depicting the Tea Party as morons, to finally find a federal judge hold the IRS accountable for targeting such groups at the request of Democrats in the House, Senate and evidence this consorting of efforts reached well into the White House. You want to talk abuse of powers?, that's a damn good place to start.