The current crop of Republican candidates seem to share the same common flaw: they don't seem interested in learning the basics of the job. Whether it's foreign policy, American history, or their own history, they just don't seem willing to hit the books before they start talking. However, up until now, most of them seemed at least to understand voting itself.
Rick Perry, the man who won't even learn his own talking points, spoke today at New Hampshire Institute of Politics.
At the end of his stump speech at a town hall meeting, Perry said, “Those of you that will be 21 by November the 12th, I ask for your support and your vote. Those of you who won’t be, work hard.”As the Boston Globe points out, "the legal voting age is 18, not 21. The date of the 2012 general election is Nov. 6."
Perry is currently polling 4th out of 8 candidates. Herman Cain is next in line. HERMAN CAIN.