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From Muskie, to Dean, to Rick Perry

First there was this:

And then there was this:

And now there is this:

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And that was that.

10 thoughts on “From Muskie, to Dean, to Rick Perry”

  1. Sad. Now what are we going to do. I do not believe Cain is going to be able to overcome the sexual harassment crap that is dogging him. And Romney? Well, Romney is still Romney – Little Barry lite and a poor choice for Republicans who have been trying to get a conservative message across to America. Newt seems to be the only one left. How pathetic that instead of having to make a tough choice from among the very best, we have to make the best of a bad situation.

          1. I just think of Romney as a sort of bland administrator–we need someone to run this thang. No sass, flash and trash, no constant babbling and bounding around…just think and work.

    1. No doubt Newt is the smartest guy in the room.
      He probably is the best choice for us.I would pay big money to see him debate Obummer.
      But, we never pick the smartest guy.

  2. So, Perry forgot for a minute…at least he was talking about cutting not adding to meddlesome government!
    Have you been to all 57 states yet?
    Would you talk and toast during God Save the Queen?
    Do you read Hot Air’s Obamateurism of the Day? the Week? the Year?
    Give me Perry over Bam anyday!
    And then there is Joe Bite-Me!

  3. I don’t have a problem with someone forgetting some thing from his notes…the secretary did a poor job (I was one)…should have highlighted those 3 agencies for him. In any event, forgetting is one thing, denials and lies are another…

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