I believe Rubio will get the nod, he's the one guy (being discussed now), that can capture the young vote, the Hispanic vote, and female vote (I know I will get blasted by this). I respect Christie's way of handling things, he's the one guy who is not going to flip flop and is capable of reaching out across party lines, although I don't believe is some of his politics. As for you last question, Tim Pawlenty is clean enough for me but does not have the charisma to get through the primaries. Rand Paul is interesting to say the least. Newt, Donald, Bachmann, Please not again.
Originally Posted by Marvin S
Don't know of anything Rubio and the Obama agree on.
Originally Posted by mngundog
I think its a long way to 2016, and hoping some fresh new faces emerge
All my Exes live in Texas
Originally Posted by lanse brown
You agree with Rubio's stance on immigration?
Originally Posted by road kill
I with you. +1
Originally Posted by BonMallari
Interesting little piece on Mitch McConnell from the Economic Policy Journal.
I don't blame you. I blame bad policy. I blame the interventionists. I blame the neoconservatives who preach this stuff, who believe in it like a religion -- that they have to promote American goodness even if you have to bomb and kill people. In short, I donít blame America; I blame neocons." ó Ron Paul
I think that Ryan is still viable, but I think he's more valuable in Congress.
Originally Posted by Franco
Too new to DC yet, but Ted Cruz impresses me so far as one of those "fresh faces" that could emerge.
I think Allen West could enhance a ticket.
Romney did better in NV this go-round than McCain did. Might have been the influence of Gov. Martinez?
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