Rick Perry’s Explosive Debate Performance

Don’t call it a comeback! — because it’s certainly not a comeback. If there was any hope amongst Perry supporters that their Texan might two-step his way back to a front-runner label in pundit-ville, it died a slow, painful death last night at the CNBC debate. That is to say, in political TV Land, 53 seconds of awkward stuttering sure seems like a long time.

After Perry launches confidently into a proposal to start cutting government agencies… he forgets which agencies he wants to cut.

Where Perry seemed to get stumped, Ron Paul and Mitt Romney tried to offer assists. Why stop at cutting three government agencies? Paul suggests Perry get ambitious and try for five. IRS maybe? Still stumped at number three though, Romney recommends cutting the EPA.  Have you ever seen a horrific traffic accident on the interstate? You just can’t bring yourself to look away.

Oops is right.

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2 responses to “Rick Perry’s Explosive Debate Performance

  • Marc Richter

    Yeah, not good at all. Romney threw the poor guy a hand grenade and Ron Paul looked like he was jumping out of the Perry’s falling poll numbers.

    Time to save face and quit the campaign Rick.

  • Johan

    It’s not enough to say Vote Ron Paul PEOPLE NEED TO SWITCH PARTIES 12 WEEKS IN ADVANCE OF THE PRIMARIES IN MOST STATES.IF YOU DO NOT SWITCH IN TIME YOU CANNOT VOTE IN THE PRIMARY.IF YOU ARE NOT A REGISTERED REPUBLICAN YOU CANNOT VOTE IN THE PRIMARY.IF RON PAUL DOES NOT WIN THE PRIMARY, HE WON’T BE IN THE GENERAL ELECTION! REGISTER AS A REPUBLICAN. FIND OUT WHEN YOUR STATE HAS PRIMARIES. FIND OUT WHERE AND VOTE !WE NEED EVERY LAST VOTE ! Copy and paste this evehywrere

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