Watch it, Governor

Seriously?

Asked if he thought that “a candidate who breaks his marital vows is more likely to break faith with voters,” Perry basically said yes.

“I’ve always kind of been of the opinion that if you cheat on your wife, you’ll cheat on your business partner,” Perry said. “So I think that issue of fidelity is important.” He went on to say that when he said his marriage vows, he made a vow to God. “When I make a vow to God, then I would suggest to you that’s even stronger than a handshake in Texas.”

I guess this all makes sense if you define breaking marital vows as cheating on your wife with another woman.

I’m relatively certain the only two candidates in the R field who’ve never been unfaithful with another human being would be Rep. Ron Paul (because he’s far too busy snarling to anyone who’ll listen about the Fed and the gold standard) and Rep. Santorum (because he just looks… repulsive).

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