November 18, 2011 by staff
Perry Pelosi, Texas Gov. Rick Perry, who’s running for president, is picking a fight with House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi, who is not. Struggling to steady his bid for the GOP nomination, Perry this week launched an outsider’s campaign against Washington culture and challenged Pelosi, ousted last year from the House speakership, to debate his plan to overhaul Congress.
She declined Thursday, becoming the latest congressional Democrat to mock Perry for the 54-second debate pause that launched a thousand jokes — some from Perry himself — during which the Texas governor couldn’t recall the third of three government agencies he wants to eliminate.
“Monday I’m going to be in Portland in the morning. I’m going to be visiting some of our labs in California in the afternoon. That’s two,” Pelosi told reporters. “I can’t remember what the third thing is I’m going to be doing.”
Very funny, Perry suggested during a stop Jackson-Evers International Airport. Then he launched into Pelosi with a stream of accusations that echoed Republican attacks on her during the 2010 elections as the face of government overreach on health care, the economy and more.
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