At CPAC yesterday Texas Gov. Rick Perry was good-natured about his disastrous presidential run, joking that he sought to replace President Obama but “the people of Iowa and New Hampshire had a different idea.” Later in his remarks he told the crowd, “You don’t have to settle.” That sort of rhetorical flourish is commonplace at events like CPAC, but it is entirely wrong.
(CNN) - In a move with both 2014 and 2016 implications, Texas Gov. Rick Perry will weigh in Tuesday on the U.S. Senate battle in New Hampshire. The longtime Republican governor from Texas will team up NHGOP Chair Jennifer Horn on a ... Read Post
The Washington Post's Jennifer Rubin reports that several prominent Republican governors are unhappy with Texas Gov. Rick Perry for bringing up the 'birther' issue again. Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad both... Read Post