January 28, 2015

As the well-informed gentle reader knows, Rick Perry is facing indictments for abusing the powers of his former office. Needless to say, this would put a major hamper on his presidential bid.

In that light, Perry has twice tried to get the case kicked out of court. And he has failed twice.

Scott Walker, being the only governor to be a person of interest in not just one, but two John Doe investigations, can completely relate to Perry's dilemma and tweeted out his support for Perry:


It's nice to see these two guys stand together. Now if we could only get them to stand trial together.

H/T to my Cog Dis colleague, Jeff Simpson

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