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October 16, 2011

Gov. Rick Perry On Obama, Creating Jobs and Energy and Environment

Perry made many appearances on the morning talk show circuit to offer a preview of his jobs and energy plan that was unveiled Friday morning in Pittsburgh.

Governor Rick Perry stopped by the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review offices for an in-depth interview. The Trib put the interview on video.

Gov. Rick Perry discusses Obama


Rick Perry on creating jobs


Rick Perry on Energy and Environment


Wild Thing's comment........

This was a great interview.

Posted by Wild Thing at October 16, 2011 05:47 AM


The man is saying all the right things, here. The problem is that his voice is not being heard due to the bias of the MSM.

Once the campaign really begins between he and other candidates, the voters of America will be able to hear the message loud and clear.

I just wish that this man could do better in the debates. He comes off as being unsure, which is not the way to build confidence among the electorate.

Posted by: Sean at October 16, 2011 10:45 AM

I could vote for Perry based just on his energy policies. However, I agree with everything he says. Right now Herman Cain is on a roll in the polls and Perry is under attack by both the MSM and the other candidates. Interview by interview and via personal appearances Perry is getting his message across. Hopefully his poll numbers will climb back up and he will become our Repub candidate.

Posted by: TomR, armed in Texas at October 16, 2011 11:54 AM

Sean, you are so right, his voice is not being heard. I check on a few other blogs and so many of them are pushing Cain or Romney. I was shocked to see some say Romney and these are supposed to be conservatives but they say he is the one that can win. wow.

I agree Perry has been hopeless in the debates. It is like he freeezes up and but then is just the opposite with speeches and interviews.

Posted by: Wild Thing at October 17, 2011 04:19 AM

Tom, yes I see how Herman Cain is getting tons of coverage. I wish the media would be more equal on sharing about all the candiates at the top, say the top 3 or 4. But they are all of either Cain or Romney right now.

Posted by: Wild Thing at October 17, 2011 04:21 AM