Sunday, November 11, 2012

You Pick 2016 GOP Nominee. Who's Your Choice

The election's over.
What's done is done.
It's now time to look ahead.
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There are many to choose from.
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Anonymous said...

Is Rubio "natural born"?

Cassandra Dew said...

I really wish Rubio had been the running mate because after Romney still lost (and there was a study that Rubio wouldn't have helped Romney in Florida), there wouldn't be this obsession with Rubio. I like Rubio and his story but I'm not convinced that he wouldn't ultimately hurt our country with his weak immigration stance which wouldn't help Republicans get Hispanic votes anyway. Those of Mexican descent don't particularly care for those of Cuban descent plus Republicans can never out-do Democrats as far as giving stuff away to poor people (many of whom are Hispanics).

W. Clifton Barnes said...

I'm afraid Christie may have burned his bridges and I don't think there is a great desire for another Bush as president. Rand Paul is advocating lax drug laws, amnesty for illegal aliens and a softer foreign policy.
So, I will not vote for Christie, Bush or Paul.
I agree with Cassandra about Rubio, who of course is natural born.
I like Bobby Jindal, Bob McDonnell, Mitch Daniels, Nikki Haley, Mike Pence, Ken Cuccinelli, Paul Ryan, Tim Pawlenty, Kelly Ayotte, Rudy Giuliani (although his time may have passed), Ted Cruz, Pat Toomey, Allen West and, to tick off the radical left, Michele Bachmann and Sarah Palin.
By the way, whatever happened to Michael Steele?

W. Clifton Barnes said...

Ok, scratch Jindal who has changed his position and now favors amnesty and increased legal immigration at a time where we can't assimilate what we have and we can't employ all we have.