Perry ‘I Would Do It Again’

Oh Boy, Oh Boy, Oh Boy. Looks like we’re in for more entertainment during the next presidential campaign. The Gov. said Monday that he does not regret his failed presidential campaign last year. Along with Uzbekistan Herman Cain, The Gov. made the campaign much more enjoyable with his gaffes, shaky debate performances and uhhh, I can’t remember which three.

Speaking to a Tea Bagger gathering in North Richland Hills, The Gov. said “It was an extraordinary experience, and looking back on it I would do it again.”

We can only hope that Herman Cain will get in on the fun with The Gov. for the 2016 race.

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