Rick Perry Quits Bid For White House 2012

Texas Governor, Rick Perry, has decided to drop out of the race to become the Republican presidential candidate for the 2012 election.

The Governor has been at the helm of Texas for over a decade and is the longest-serving governor in Texas history.

Unfortunately, he made several blunders during his campaign.

Unlike the Obama media cover-up, where Obama’s shortcomings and failings, such as his

are all but ignored or actively suppressed, Republicans can expect the opposite treatment.

If a Republican makes a blunder, expect it to be replayed over and over by the mainstream media.

Whoever the final candidate left standing happens to be, he can expect to be thoroughly flogged by the media.

It’s a good thing Rick Perry is stepping down. His gaffes were too many and his public persona took a beating in a very short time.

The real challenge for the nomination should be between Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney. As it is, split allegiances between too many candidates can make the final man standing a candidate no one really wants, as in John McCain, in the last presidential race.

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