There’s so much Rick Perry, it’s hard to keep up.
This all happened just today in South Carolina during Perry's multiple stops. Perry said he would strip the health-care law by executive order.
He criticized the Obama bus -- even though the eventual GOP nominee would likely get one of their own from the Secret Service. "[H]e had his big ol' bus, his big ol' $1.2 million bus, made in Canada," he said.
He said Obama "has killed more jobs in America than I think any president in the history ... certainly in my lifetime." He said Obama’s economic plan "shouldn’t count on luck" and called him an "excuse maker as Commander-In-Chief."
"The president this week he said that we had reversed the recession, but you know over the last six months we just had a run of bad luck," Perry said. "Um, our economic plan shouldn't count on luck."
He said, "The Obama administration recently referred to food stamps as an economic stimulus. Food stamps are not the solution; they are a symptom of the problem."
And he had a small Texas-centric gaffe, saying, "It has been a whirlwind over the past seven days, as we've moved across Texas. It was awesome.... " The audience corrected him. He said, "I mean, yeah, we covered that much country." And added, "It felt like we were going from El Paso to Beaumont, when, in fact, we were going to New Hampshire to Iowa and back to New Hampshire and then here."
He talked again about evolution, when a woman congratulated him on his comment that evolution was theory. He said, “Well, God is how we got here. God may have done it in the blink of the eye or he may have done it over this long period of time, I don't know. But I know how it got started."
And he again talked about using Predator Drones on the U.S.-Mexico border. This is the second time he’s said this, but the government is already using them for surveillance.