Rick Perry Finishes 5th in Iowa Caucus, May Drop Out

Perry says he will return to Texas to "assess the results."
3:00 | 01/03/12

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Transcript for Rick Perry Finishes 5th in Iowa Caucus, May Drop Out
This what my purpose in life. But our country's in trouble. And it was my duty to serve my country one more time. And and this campaign never been about me. It's about a movement of Americans who are you see our country that that's really. Not on the -- that most of us wanted to be on fifty trillion dollars of debt some. Fifty million Americans that are on food stamps thirteen million of us. Thirteen million of our our fellow citizens are out of work. They don't see -- Washington -- willing to make hard decisions to help them to get them back on their feet again. They're looking for people to make -- right decisions. Are looking for. Someone that'll stand up and give hope. We get this country back on track. -- with a voters' decision tonight and and -- I decided to return to Texas. Assess that results. Tonight's caucus. Determine whether there is a path forward for myself in this race. I believe that this is the greatest nation on the face of the year. A nation that I was blessed to serve as a pilot in the united states air force. A nation. That has -- animal can continue to be a beacon for freedom. Around the world.

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