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Rick Perry loses his mind...

GreatDane

Well-Known Member
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6an4zSj8LhU[/youtube]

:laughing-rolling:

that's what too much nose candy will do.
 

Rope

Well-Known Member
Famous
Maybe they should have started with something a bit easier, like the three branches of government, or his name.

Where do they find these candidates?

Rope
 

Randy

Well-Known Member
Famous
How did he get elected in the first place, let alone presidential candidate.
 

Towen7

Well-Known Member
Staff member
Moderator
Ive had be opportunity to vote for Rick on multiple occasions and haven't, not once, so I'm clearly not a Perry supporter. But can we put this slip-up into to perspective? The guy forgot something in a pressure situation. Who among us hasn't? Despite never even being in the same room with cocaine... I have.
 

Huey

Well-Known Member
Famous
I kind of agree with you Towen, but after the debacle from the week before, was he drunk, was he not drunk, he is quickly becomming a non candidate.
 

mzpro5

Well-Known Member
Famous
Huey said:
I kind of agree with you Towen, but after the debacle from the week before, was he drunk, was he not drunk, he is quickly becomming a non candidate.

I certainly am not a Perry fan and would not consider voting for him BUT like T7 said who hasn't made a mistake?

All the brouhaha over this and we wonder why better people don't run for office.
 

Srvy

Well-Known Member
mzpro5 said:
Huey said:
I kind of agree with you Towen, but after the debacle from the week before, was he drunk, was he not drunk, he is quickly becomming a non candidate.

I certainly am not a Perry fan and would not consider voting for him BUT like T7 said who hasn't made a mistake?

All the brouhaha over this and we wonder why better people don't run for office.

Probably because all the brouhaha just as we have been seeing from the press. Why should good men and woman run and be ridiculed by the press.
When you treat people like shit pretty soon all you got is shit.
 

TitaniumTroy

Well-Known Member
I think Rick Perry would make the funniest president of all time, the guy is like a series of SNL skits. :text-lol:
 

Flint

Dog Faced Pony Soldier
Superstar
The press are supposed to talk about the policies, plans, and promises the candidates make while on the campaign. Instead they pay very basic lip service to those things then spend endless hours on the controversy, gaffs, and emberassing aspects of each candidate. How much have we heard about the Perry's flat tax proposal? How much about Cain's 9-9-9 plan? Reporters and anchors say the words, but they don't discuss them. Instead they rant on and on about nonsense.

It should be the other way around. The press should spend the majority of the time discussing the policies, goals, and intentions of the candidates and only a small portion of the time on the controversy.
 

Huey

Well-Known Member
Famous
mzpro5 said:
Huey said:
I kind of agree with you Towen, but after the debacle from the week before, was he drunk, was he not drunk, he is quickly becomming a non candidate.

I certainly am not a Perry fan and would not consider voting for him BUT like T7 said who hasn't made a mistake?

All the brouhaha over this and we wonder why better people don't run for office.

Forgetting something under pressure shows that he is human, I was alluding more to the "drunk" episode from the week before that has never been explained.
 

topper

Well-Known Member
Flint said:
The press are supposed to talk about the policies, plans, and promises the candidates make while on the campaign. Instead they pay very basic lip service to those things then spend endless hours on the controversy, gaffs, and emberassing aspects of each candidate. How much have we heard about the Perry's flat tax proposal? How much about Cain's 9-9-9 plan? Reporters and anchors say the words, but they don't discuss them. Instead they rant on and on about nonsense.

It should be the other way around. The press should spend the majority of the time discussing the policies, goals, and intentions of the candidates and only a small portion of the time on the controversy.
I think this is a major cause of elections coming down to a fucking popularity contest, or 'who has the most money'
While all the important/vital issues get ignored.
 

GreatDane

Well-Known Member
Huey said:
mzpro5 said:
Huey said:
I kind of agree with you Towen, but after the debacle from the week before, was he drunk, was he not drunk, he is quickly becomming a non candidate.

I certainly am not a Perry fan and would not consider voting for him BUT like T7 said who hasn't made a mistake?

All the brouhaha over this and we wonder why better people don't run for office.

Forgetting something under pressure shows that he is human, I was alluding more to the "drunk" episode from the week before that has never been explained.

I was going to post that video too but didn't. So here it is...the 3 minute edit version.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YSJv-2qfDNc[/youtube]
 

Rope

Well-Known Member
Famous
That's just plain embarrasing. How can anyone take him seriously as a presidentail cantidate?

With the current influence the uber weathly have in Washington, any presidential cantidate who has a flat tax agenda will have a difficult time getting the GOP nomination. In the event they were to get the nomination, the chances of a flat tax bill passing the house and senate, is between zero and none.

Rope
 
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