Rick Perry If You Cheat On Your Wife, You’ll Cheat On Your Business Partner

January 27, 2012 by staff 

Rick Perry If You Cheat On Your Wife, You’ll Cheat On Your Business Partner, Rick Perry on Thursday dropped his bid for the Republican presidential nomination, throwing his support behind former House Speaker Newt Gingrich.

“I have come to the conclusion that there is no viable path forward for me in the 2012 campaign,” Perry said at a press conference in North Charleston, South Carolina. “I know when it’s time to make a strategic retreat.”

Perry said the 2012 campaign has “never been about the candidates” but about defeating President Obama and replacing him “with a conservative leader who will bring about real change.” He called Gingrich “a conservative visionary who can transform our country.”

Gingrich appears to be gaining momentum in South Carolina, and Perry’s endorsement could give the former speaker a critical boost just two days ahead of the Palmetto state primary.

Still, Gingrich’s campaign has its hurdles. The candidate has come under scrutiny for his multiple marriages and past infidelity, and now his second wife, Marianne Gingrich, is saying the GOP presidential candidate wanted an “open marriage.”

In a December debate, Perry said that marital fidelity is “important” to the presidential race, adding that “he’s always kind of been of the opinion that if you cheat on your wife, you’ll cheat on your business partner.”

Today, Perry noted that he and Gingrich have “had our differences… and Newt is not perfect, but who among us is.”

“The fact is, there is forgiveness for those who seek God, and I believe in the power of redemption,” he continued. “I have no question Newt has the heart of a conservative reformer.”

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