Jürgen Klinsmann: modest, humble, and a great goalscorer. Here he gets into his luxury car after training in England where Klinsmann played for Tottenham Hotspurs during the 1994/95 season. In his brief time in England, Klinsmann won the Football Writer’s Association Footballer of the Year award.
“Nets Basketball.” that’s it. “Nets.” “Basketball.”
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“I think that I’m like most Americans in that there are so many agencies of government I’d like to forget that the Department of Energy was one of those,” Perry told the Today show’s Ann Curry.
He repeated the same talking point to George Stephanopoulos on ABC’s Good Morning America. On CBS’s The Early Show, Perry tried the same folksy “I stepped in it” line he gave his Twitter followers after last night’s debacle.
Another leitmotif of the early show appearances: I may not be the perfect candidate, but that’s because there isn’t one.
Getting down to brass tacks, New York Times political handicapper Nate Silver asks “is Perry toast?” and answers: “Mr. Perry’s demise could be a self-fulfilling prophecy: If everyone thinks he is going to lose, he almost certainly will.”
At least one person doesn’t think Rick Perry is going to lose: Rick Perry.
“You know what day it is?,” he asked NBC’s Curry. “It’s the 236 birthday of the U.S. Marine Corps. If there was a day to stay in a fight this is it.”
Please don’t bring the Marine Corps into this, Ricky.