Tuesday, August 16, 2011

GOP Primary: Perry 29%, Romney 18%, Bachmann 13%

Rasmussen answers the question today as to what Governor Perry's entry into the GOP Primary race means. 

There is of course a long way to go but things are looking up.  Sales of Perry's book has spiked up as well.  

Fed Up!: Our Fight to Save America from Washington 


  1. I like the guy. He's threatened to whip Bernanke's ass if he prints more money, and sissy's are already saying thats not nice. I don't want a nice guy in the White House, I want someone who will make things happen. Now Bernanke knows the new boss's opinion, and it can only lead to one of two good things:

    No new money,or

    An ass whipping on the White House lawn.

    Win, win.

  2. The gaps will get wider in short order. Perry would be wise to seek Bachmann as an ally.

  3. With Perry in the race it is a game changer ---no doupt. He has proven his backbone and has created jobs. The LAME stream press are floundering and Democrats have stuck their heads so far up (you know what)they cannot even see the cliff!!

  4. 10th - Bernanke could use a good ass whipping.

    H-Nox - It will be interesting to play out. The nightmare scenario is that the conservative and TEA vote gets split up between multiple candidates and Romney cruises to victory as McCain did. A Republican primary is the ONLY place where having too many conservatives is a bad thing. I think that if your favorite conservative can't win (Santorum and Gingrich come to mind) or your favorite is just making a statement by running (Paul and Johnson) you have to get behind the guy or gal that can win and quick.

  5. Knight-Racer - you nailed it. Thanks for the visit.