Rick Perry forgets his Purpose two times!

10 Nov

In a cringe-worthy moment during Wednesday’s Republican presidential debate, Texas Gov. Rick Perry couldn’t remember the third federal agency he has pledged to eliminate.

However, a few minutes later in the debate, Perry remembered that the third department was the Energy Department. “By the way that was the Department of Energy I was reaching for a while ago,” he said with a chuckle when he was asked another question.
Although he was at the top of the polls when he entered the race in August, Perry’s standing dropped after a series of poor debate performances in September. More recently, an edited video showing Perry stumbling during a New Hampshire speech went viral, further cementing this image of him as an ineffective speaker.Whether this latest blooper will become a seminal moment for Perry’s campaign is yet to be known, but it’s sure to be played over and over on TV and the Web in the coming days. And that’s not what Perry campaign wants as the Texas governor seeks to regain momentum with less than two months to go before the voting begins.

-GRACIELA GALICIA

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2 Responses to “Rick Perry forgets his Purpose two times!”

  1. changemakermvu November 10, 2011 at 3:05 pm #

    When Rick Perry first started I remember he was a very good speaker. He came to here to Mountain View College and everything. He thinks that Texas is the best and I think so too but come on now Rick Perry! He should remember at lease why people voted for him. Maybe he shoud write it down some where.

    Melissa Mendoza

  2. iliana November 10, 2011 at 3:33 pm #

    i gree he should of wrote it down

    iliana

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