Griffin Perry, the twentysomething son of Texas Governor Rick Perry, has a bold plan for this country. In the increasingly unlikely event his father makes it to the general election, Griffin knows exactly who should join the Perry administration–Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow and “Walker Texas Ranger” star Chuck Norris.
The younger Perry Tweeted his recommendations Sunday night after Mr. Tebow’s latest thrilling overtime win.
“Perry/Tebow 2012, with Chuck Norris as Secretary of Defense. #America,” Mr. Perry wrote.
Mr. Tebow is a young phenom who’s gained fame both for his victories on the field and his strong, public displays of religion. He famously inscribes Bible verses in his facepaint and once starred in an ad for the anti-gay, right wing Christian group Focus On The Family. Mr. Norris is a conservative activist and columnist in addition to being a thespian and founder of his own school of martial arts.
Mr. Perry’s vision from America is almost assuredly impossible. His father is polling in fourth place and Mr. Norris has already endorsed Ron Paul.