Perry: ‘Too damn much money’ goes to D.C.

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Texas Gov. Rick Perry and former frontrunner for the GOP presidential nomination was in Fort Smith on Saturday and joked that part of his visit was to do “a bit of scouting” in Arkansas now that Texas A&M is joining the Southeastern Conference.

Perry, who also joked that his time as frontrunner were “the most exciting three minutes” of his campaign, said he is willing to campaign for the GOP nominee — likely to be former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney — in the effort to unseat President Barack Obama.

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