Picture of the Day: The Rick Perry Children's Library

If the Texas governor decided to venture into the world of doggerel for tots, here is what his literary output might look like.

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Still looking for the perfect holiday gift for a youngster you know? You know, the one who is too young to remember a Republican administration but can sit and watch Hannity with rapt attention? The one who comes home from Kindergarten complaining about the lack of overtly Christian motifs during a classroom discussion of Christmas?

Well, good news: your search is over. Buzzfeed has put together a collection of Dr. Seuss-meets-Gov. Perry --children's books reimagined as political polemics by Rick Perry. These imaginary volumes probably couldn't cause the Republican presidential contender any more trouble than Fed Up!, his book for grown-ups, already did. Other titles include "One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish Are Evil and Trying to Destroy America" and "How the Gays Stole Christmas."

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David A. Graham is a senior associate editor at The Atlantic, where he oversees the Politics Channel. He previously reported for Newsweek, The Wall Street Journal, and The National.

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