Speaking to conservative talk show host, Laura Ingraham, Texas Gov. Rick Perry unloaded several rounds into typical right-wing targets, namely former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, China, and Martha's Vineyard.
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The once GOP frontrunner Mitt Romney attracted a fairly minor barrage of fire by Perry standards. Baited by Ingraham to discuss the main albatross around Romney's neck, his Massachusetts healthcare plan that formed the basis for "Obamacare," Perry simply said, "I think Mitt is finally recognizing that the Massachusetts healthcare is a problem for him," before pivoting off to a broader attack on Obama's plan. Perry claimed to hope that this would not be a major issue in next year's general election because "hopefully" by then the Supreme Court will have ruled the individual mandate component of the plan unconstitutional.