Reports: Rick Perry to Run For President, Announce Bid Saturday

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Texas Republican Rick Perry, the nation's longest-serving governor, is running for President and will announce his bid in the coming days, according to reports. 


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    not sure what the author means by "In a crushing blow to Stephen Colbert-backed Rick Parry"...Colbert's Rick PArry is the same as Texas' Rick Perry... It is not a 'fictional' political candidate, it is meant to be counted as a vote-in vote for Rick Perry, but in order for Colbert's Super PAC to show it has more influence than the other Super PCA's (most not even located in Iowa, such as "Jobs for Iowa PAC) who are also vying for Rick Perry's endorsement and access to his MULTI-million dollar constituents...Just saying 'Free Britney', I know you are a blog writer, and clearly write about topics you have no business in discussing, check your facts


    Your ignorance on how to spell 'candidate' and your inability to use real words instead of your text-an language, is nearly as shameful as your statement that you will ' go wit obama again'. Use your brain. Study the political stance of each RUNNING candidate. Compare the good and bad. Make an informed decision on who will be best for our country.....or perhaps, who will do the least harm.


    i didnt know he was so old. My fav repub at this point is still mitt. Im pretty sure ima go wit obama again but if a repub canidate can prove they can operate without bowing dwn to the tea party every step ill def have a open mind. I wont make a decision until the debates. I need to kno wat the job creation plan actually is from each canidate. I wish there was a thrd party running. I think bernie sanders independent senator from vermont wud make a excellent pres but hes nt running :(

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