Fear Not: Rick Perry Is Considering Running Again for President in 2016

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The GOP presidential primary has had a lot less laughs since Texas governor Rick Perry dropped out. Sure, the idea of Newt Gingrich or Rick Santorum being president is pretty funny, but without Perry there's just something missing.

Great news, then: Perry has told ABC News he is considering running again for the White House in 2016. He even got the date right, so you know he's serious!

"I tell people it was by far the most exhilarating thing that I've ever done," he said. "In a perfect world we would have started a lot earlier." No, Rick: In a perfect world, things would have happened just as they did.

In case you can't believe your good luck, here's the video proof:

Iowa, get ready for months and months of Rick Perry goodness!

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