Condelezza Rice, Colin Powell, and Paul Ryan - any one of them would have been excellent candidates.
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I think, for the highest office in our government, experience and knowledge of our government should be a requirement.
For past 28 years we have had bad presidents, and we owe our continued decline and current pathetic conditions to professional politicians which you think we need more of today? This is verified by just looking at how weak the US is today!
Sorry, Brad. I just don't accept your premises. We have had some bad presidents in the past 28 years. I'll agree with you on that. I bet we won't agree, though, are who they were.
They were all bad, and that is my point. We didn't get to where we are today by having good presidents.