Thursday, November 10, 2011

No Further Proof Is Necessary

Has Rick Perry finally made an ass of himself enough times to end his campaign? As far as I'm concerned, it was a joke of an effort from the very start, somewhat along the lines of the "Herman Cain Performance Art Project," Rachel Maddow's apt description of Perry's competitor for the GOP nomination. Another dumbassed Texan who thinks that he can make up with arrogance and swagger what he lacks in intelligence and depth of thought. Coming off his impaired performance in New Hampshire last week, Perry increasingly looks and sounds like what he really is: an ignorant, uninformed Texas cowboy, a stalking horse for the oil lobby, and an arrogant, clownish jackass who could only win the governorship in the state of Texas.

Last night, though, Perry really outdid himself. As the Huffington Post reported:
The Texas governor promised to eliminate three federal government agencies, and then searched his memory -- for what seemed like an eternity -- to name a third.

"It's three government agencies when I get there that are gone: Commerce, Education and the um, what's the third one there. Let's see," Perry said. He turned to Texas Rep. Ron Paul, looking for some help, but got nothing but a remark from Paul that he would eliminate five agencies.

"Oh five," Perry said. "So Commerce, Education, and, uh, the uh, um, um."

"EPA?" offered former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney.

"EPA, there ya go," Perry said as the room exploded in laughter.

CNBC moderator John Harwood honed in and pressed Perry: "Seriously? Is EPA the one you were talking about?"

"No sir. No sir. We were talking about the, um, agencies of government," Perry said. "The EPA needs to be rebuilt."

"But you can't name the third one?" Harwood persisted.

"The third agency of government," Perry said. "I would do away with the education, the um, Commerce, and let's see. I can't think of the third one. I can't. Sorry. Oops."
"Oops"? "Oops"?!?! This is a guy who wants to be President, thinks he can be the President, presents himself as the superior choice to Barack Obama, and he can't even remember what his handlers and masters...*cough* the Koch brothers *cough*...told him to say?! Gedouddahere! See for yourself:

"OOPS"?? Please, God, let this idiot, or one of the other buffoons, win the Repug nomination!

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