Everyone Will Find Out Soon
|First in the Nation to Quit|
But Mr. Perry Can Take His Spot
in the Debates?
What the next 60 days will tell us about the presidential race
The above cited article refers to the five debates scheduled for the period after Labor Day.
|But Which One is Perry and Which One is Romney?|
These debates will be crucial for Mr. Perry. They cannot get him the nomination, but they can derail or reduce his chances. Mr. Perry is not off to a good start, either.
Instead of openly embracing the opportunity to face his opponents, we have this.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry, the newest entrant into the race, has made no decision about how many debates he will participate in.
“We have not committed to any,” said Perry adviser Dave Carney. “We will consider the opportunities, dates, rules, etcetera, and make the decisions in due time.”
Wrong answer Mr. Perry. Unless you can bring that Texas Swagger into the picture soon against your opponents you will face the charge of “All hat and no cattle”, which is devastating to a Texan.