Thursday, November 10, 2011

Is Perry Out of It?

Perry has certainly beaten himself silly in the debate format.

So we're seeing the obituaries, and it looks very tough for him.  However, when you read this:

"It's over for him," said Steve Schmidt, a Republican political strategist who ran Sen. John McCain's 2008 campaign. realize that it is NOT over for Perry.  Schmidt, a professional RINO, would love to see Perry sink into the ocean--but with enemies such as Schmidt, ....... 

Well, let's just say that Palin and Schmidt don't get along very well.


Anonymous said...

In the race for village idiot, Perry has LOTS of support.

Aquinas said...

And LOTS of competition:

• 57 states;
• army CORPSEman;
• asthmatics needing breathalyzers;
• "We're the country that built the Intercontinental Railroad."
• "The Middle East is obviously an issue that has plagued the region for centuries."
• "No, no. I have been practicing...I bowled a 129. It's like -- it was like Special Olympics, or something."
• "On this Memorial Day, as our nation honors its unbroken line of fallen heroes -- and I see many of them in the audience here today -- our sense of patriotism is particularly strong."

There's plenty more, but I'm getting tired of typing...
Obysmal makes Perry look like a Phi Beta Kappa.

neomom said...

Yeah - Steve Schmidt... Political expert extrodinaire.. Lessee from his Wiki...

He quit college 3 credits shy of finishing. His first gig was handing out stuff for Bill Bradley. Then comes the string of winners:

"In 1995, Steve Schmidt managed the unsuccessful campaign for Kentucky Attorney General of Will T. Scott, who is now Deputy Chief Justice of the Kentucky Supreme Court. This Kentucky campaign's advertising strategy was featured in the second edition of George Magazine. In 1998, Schmidt ran California State Senator Tim Leslie's unsuccessful race for Lt. Governor of California.[7] Also that year, he was the Communications Director for California State Treasurer Matt Fong's unsuccessful campaign to unseat U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer.[8] In 1999, he was the Communications Director for Lamar Alexander's presidential run, leaving in June when the campaign reduced its senior staff."

Then the NRCC, then Rove, then McCain...

"an American campaign strategist and public relations worker for the U.S. Republican Party. He specializes in political "message development and strategy"


What is shocking is that anyone even pays attention to him.