It seems that the little Commodore needs to have his remarks explained by one of his employees as soon as the words leave his mouth.
MANCHESTER, N.H. — Texas Gov. Rick Perry said Saturday that he would consider sending U.S. troops into Mexico to combat drug-related violence and stop it from spilling into the southern United States.
“It may require our military in Mexico,” Perry said in answer to a question about the growing threat of drug violence along the southern border. Perry offered no details, and a spokesman, Robert Black, said afterward that sending troops to Mexico would be merely one way of putting an end to the exploding cartel-related violence in the region.
The remarks prompted speculation about exactly what Perry meant and the implications of his remarks for the nation’s relationship with Mexico.Soon, his operatives will simply bypass Perry's mouth all together and directly broadcast their words, chosen through focus groups and polling, through his digitally duplicated voice. Letting Perry actually speak seems to get everyone all in a dither.