“I think if Mitt Romney loses this election that the pro-family leaders in the United States should get together with Rick Perry on Nov. 7 and start planning for 2016.”
— Bryan Fischer, a spokesperson for the American Family Association, speaking to Talking Points Memo on Friday. The AFA — which the Southern Poverty Law Center has identified as a hate group — organized Gov. Perry’s Houston prayer extravaganza in August 2011, just before he announced his disastrous presidential bid.
9 thoughts on “Spokesman for Religious-Right Group: If Romney Loses, Support Rick Perry in 2016”
They can have him.
If y’all get a chance, read the Obama’s Way article in the latest issue of Vanity fair. Then, try to imagine the Hororable Rick Perry handling the duties and responsibilities of a POTUS w/ Obama’s level of class & equipoise.
did he say “if, or “when”?
The pro-family, anti-democracy leaders can do whatever they want. There are, thank God, not nearly relgious right traitors to get one of their candidates elected. They only do well nationally in states that have the lowest graduation rates in the nation – Alabama, Mississippi, Lousiana, and so forth. In other words the states that nutjob whacko Santorum won this time around.
Take him far, far away.
Can’t think of an easier candidate to beat.
I hope they do nominate Perry in 2016. He won’t win and his idiotic rhethoric and hate speech will cause more Americans to stop and think about America’s real values. He might carry Texas and inflame the religious right, but he will never be elected President. That won’t however prevent him from trying. He thinks he is actually relevnt and something other than a mean spirited ignoramus.
I do not think Rick Perry will ever be ready for prime time, and he knows that.
I usually agree with Charles, but in this instance, no. Perry’s ego is so large and devoid of anything resembling reality, he does actually believe he is the answer. In his mind, the buffoonery that described his presidential run is non existent.