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kentuck Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Nov-10-11 05:19 PM
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I think Ron Paul put a spell on Rick Perry...
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Edited on Thu Nov-10-11 05:23 PM by kentuck
It was like a scene out of Men in Black. Perry was on a roll. He started to name the 3 programs that he was going to cut and after he had named two of them, he looked over at Ron Paul, just to his left. As soon he looked at Paul, his mind went blank. I didn't notice whether or not Paul was holding up some small black gadget to make him forget everything that just happened?

Whether Ron Paul put a hex on him or not, he showed he was not ready for prime time. If you plan on spouting off lists of things you are going to do, it is best to be prepared. If you cannot remember those items, it is best to write down some notes. Even initials, such as E.C.E., might help one to remember the 3 Departments you are going to cut when you stagger into Washington?

If it wasn't Ron Paul and it wasn't liquor, then it may been the effects of medication. I had read that Perry had recently had back surgery and was taking Vicodin for the pain? That shit will make you forget your name sometimes. It's all a matter of judgement. Don't drink or take pills if you are going to a debate. And under no circumstances, do you look at Ron Paul...
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