And there are a lot of questions about Rick Perry's methods.
Perry promises to "get Americans back to work," but his policies -- from backroom drug company giveaways to green energy subsidies -- eerily mirror the unseemly big business-big government collusion that has characterized President Obama's presidency. Judging by his record in Texas, Perrynomics might just be low-tax Obamanomics.
Carney mentions the embarrassing Gardasil mandate, but also brings up Perry's "wind-farm" love. (Imagine that: a politician speaking at a wind-farm convention. One giant step for perpetual motion!)
Not to mention Perry's 'Stash'--a couple of Gummint-controlled investment funds. Not very seemly, even if they were pure as the driven snow.
One certainly hopes that isn't the case.