Who would you like to see as president next election cycle?
President of what? America?
I half expect the republicans to nominate some screwball candidate like Sarah Palin, in which case Obama should cruise to a second term. If they nominate someone serious, it probably depends on how the economy's doing in a couple of years.
I would like to see a conservative as president. I like Romney for his financial backgroud. I think that Romney is willing to make the tough choice to turn this economy around.
Obama. He's very aggressive and I like that. Plus the republicans have to get their heads screwed on right.
Arnold Schwarzenegger or Sarah Palin, two very good candidates.
I'd like to see a Reform Party of the United States candidate win, but that will never happen. Obama is my choice I suppose. I don't understand the appeal of Sarah Palin in the US.
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