Isn't that cute? Rick Perry took a little potshot at Mitt Romney while trying to spit out some coherent sentences about states' rights:

The comment came as Perry was outlining his belief that states should be laboratories for policy innovation, but that some states don't always get it right. "If some state decides to do something like pass a health-care plan that, you know, is kind of like this Obama thing and it's a failure then we kind of go, 'Ooh, we don't want to do that," he said. "And that state may have been harmed by it, but the whole nation was not."

Yeah, remember when Massachusetts got rid of their health care plan because it didn't work out? I think Perry completely understands the Founding Fathers' intent when they wrote the Constitution: They were envisioning an "every state for itself" situation.