Bill O’Reilly and Charles Krauthammer Admire Rick Perry’s Hair
It does look increasingly likely that the Secessionist is going to jump in the race. Willard no longer looks inevitable with Bachmann surging — and the GOP sugar daddies absolutely don’t want Bachmann to be the nominee. And the way the Faux News crowd is gushing — you can tell they’re just itching for the Secessionist to give it a run.
O’REILLY: Now, Rick Perry, Texas, indicating that he will jump in the race at the end of the summer. He is a threat to Mitt Romney, correct?
KRAUTHAMMER: I think he is. I think there’s going to be somebody coming out of the existing pack that will be one contender against Romney. Perry, I think, on his own could be the other contender against Romney. It would be three-way race. He comes in as a man, obviously, with a lot of experience as a governor, executive experience. He’s strong with the social conservatives. And Texas has had a good record. Thirty-seven percent of all the new jobs in the recovery have been in Texas. And he’s got a lot of money. You put that all together, you have got a serious contender against Romney. I think it becomes a three-way race.
O’REILLY: And the hair. Both of their hair looks the same. So somebody might get mixed up.
KRAUTHAMMER: Presidential — presidential hair.
O’REILLY: Got the hair going on there.
KRAUTHAMMER: Presidential hair of the Reagan.
O’REILLY: The Reagan hair. All right. So are you going to predict that Perry will jump in?
KRAUTHAMMER: Absolutely. I’ll go with that one.
Conservatives are very strange people.