Yesterday Rick Perry called the Affordable Care Act, “a criminal act.” This is an example of why Perry will never be president. He has a mean streak a mile wide. Readers will recall that he attacked the Fed’s Bernanke in a menacing manner during a stump speech leading up to the 2012 election. Whatever one may think of the act, it is the law of the land, whose constitutionality has been upheld by the Supreme Court. By definition it is not a criminal act. Perry is too angry to be president, and the voters are going to figure it out very quickly. His political persona is not attractive.
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