#rsrh Well, I WAS going to blog on what I was planning to do…

…in a post-Perry primary environment, but it turns out that this will not be necessary. Governor Perry’s staying in:

“I talked to my campaign staff, senior guys, you know, (Joe) Allbaugh, (Ray) Sullivan,” Perry said. “This wasn’t a hard decision. This was one of those where you take a look, you didn’t do as well in Iowa as you wanted to, but this is a quirky place and a quirky process to say the least. We’re going to go into places where they have actual primaries and there are going to be real Republicans voting. I’m excited about getting out with real Republicans and laying out – not that there aren’t real Republicans here in Iowa, but the fact is that it was a pretty loosey-goosey process and you had a lot of people who were there that admitted they were Democrats, voting in the caucuses last night.”

Good.  I wasn’t particularly thrilled with the idea of having to settle for another candidate at this point.

Moe Lane


  • Tom says:

    “I wasn’t particularly thrilled with the idea of having to settle for another candidate at this point”

    Moe, come on–that’s the theme of 2012. Hop on board!

  • Tim Bladel says:

    I agree with Moe on this one, Im with Perry all the way.

  • Jeff says:

    He should be on the receiving end of some Bachmann supporters todays too. May not be much, but every little bit helps.

  • countrydoc says:

    There isn’t any candidate that I like. I am firmly in the Romney-is-stinky-but-RP-is-evil camp. The rest are all seriously flawed. I want to consolidate. I can tolerate Perry, if he surges then hurray. But if not, then get out of the way for the good of the party. Being stuck with Romney would be a disaster of McCain/Dole proportions.

  • Rob Crawford says:

    I think a drawn-out primary contest could be good. Delay the time when the press can focus their campaign on a single person; force them to smear as many people as possible; maybe the public will catch on that the press is in the tank for Obama.

  • acat says:

    Excellent point, Mr. Crawford.

    The Media and the Dems have limited resources, make them divide their bile and ink among several targets.

    The media shredded their cred in 2008, giving us Obama. I won’t shed a tear for them now.


    p.s. feel better, Moe.

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