AUSTIN - Governor Rick Perry was in his campaign bus heading up towards Dallas on his Good Old Boy Bus Tour while listening to some music by that little old band from Texas, ZZ Top.
Perry was accompanied on the tour by Pico de Gallo, a reporter with Tittle Tattle Tonight.
De Gallo has been covering Perry since he entered the GOP race and he says that he admires the fact that the governor showed a lot of restraint during the last GOP debate in Las Vegas.
The reporter for 3T stated that Romney and Perry got into a heated debate after Perry brought out the fact that Romney had knowingly hired 17 illegal aliens to install a swimming pool in the backyard of his Boston Mansion.
During the heated exchange Romney leaned over and put his hand on Rick Perry's shoulder. De Gallo, remarked that Mr. Romney is one very lucky son-of-a-bitch because one thing that a non-Texan does not do is put his hand on the body of a Texan.
De Gallo said that Romney is lucky that "Electric Chair" Rick did not punch out Mitt's lights right there in front of everyone.
Rick Perry spoke backstage with de Gallo and informed him that he was giving him an exclusive. He told him that he has documented proof that Mitt Romney's hair is not really his own.
De Gallo asked, "You mean that..."
"Yes, that's right my friend." Perry interrupted him, "Mitt Romney wears a hairpiece, a toupee."
De Gallo asked him how he knew this to be a fact.
Governor Perry told him that he had personally interviewed six (6) of the 17 illegal aliens who installed Romney's pool and all six of them signed a notarized document stating that they had seen Mitt Romney sitting in the kitchen of his Boston mansion chowing down on a peanut butter and clam sandwich and that he was completely bald.
De Gallo asked Perry for the names of the six illegal aliens. The Texas governor replied that he could not reveal their names but that the six were currently sitting in a jail in Laredo awaiting extradition back to Mexico.
[EDITOR'S NOTE: I placed a call to Ryan Seacrest. He gave me the six names; Paco Peso, Pablo Corona, Pedro Burrito, Polo del Menudo, Pancho Nachos, and Placido Cilantro.]