Your analogy is flawed.
First of all, I (or Perry, for that matter) didn’t suggest abolishing three of the cola brands, phones, utilities, Retail stores, detergents, car manufacturers.
Furthermore, you’re taking Antle’s article out of context. The author also wrote:
“Perry has bombed every debate since he entered the race. He has generally seemed uniformed and uninterested in matters of substance. His forgetfulness was the only memorable thing about his entire performance. Fairly or not, it has raised questions about his intellect. Perry has also raised questions about his two biggest assets: his conservatism relative to Mitt Romney and his electablity relative to all the non-Romney candidates. Perry’s slip symbolizes both problems. It is hard to imagine him successfully debating President Obama. And what conservative can’t come up with considerably more than three agencies he would like to abolish?”
This statement is illogical:
“Perry has also raised questions about his two biggest assets: his conservatism relative to Mitt Romney and his electablity relative to all the non-Romney candidates. Perrys slip symbolizes both problems.”
Some people need to get off their high horse and pay attention to what they are reading instead of framing it thereafter “out of context”.
It's no secret Perry's done poorly at debates...nobody needed this article to inform them except those not paying attention.
Sheesh...I'm suspecting you're likely one of those who jumps at every chance and assumes an awful lot in order to make your claims...wrongful as they may be.