Who would you like to see run in 2012 on the republican ticket, the libertarian ticket, and as an independent?
Do you think Ron Paul will run again?
Hope not. He gave conservatives a black eye. He was a little out there.
There is no real good choice for 2012. Jeb Bush may be the best choice ideally but because of his name, it is not feasible for him to run.
I really like Huckabee as a person, but I wish he weren't so far right.
I like the governor of Louisiana, Bobby Jindal, but I suspect that he will not enter the fray. He may be too nice a guy for the rough & tumble of national politics.
Pawlenty from Minnesota seems to be positioning himself for a run. And of course, Romney will be in the race. Palin seems to be making the rounds raising money & she will likely be in the mix.
Ron Paul? I hope not simply because he is so bland. He is right on in many of his positions, but unfortunately, in the age we live in, the electorate prefers a slick package.
I hope the Liberatarians find a viable candidate,
How bout Rush Limbaugh and Glenn Beck? That would stir the pot!
Uh, yeah, just a titch. LOL
Not sure diplomacy would be a priority, or it would certainly put us in the best position to be the most hated country on the planet--yet some more. Trouble is, they sound too bigotted to a lot of international audiences.
I would like to see Daniel Carter run. I wont say who he reminds me of, as he probably wont like it. But I think that you would do a good job Carter, go for it!
He looks like Danial Hannan to me, too bad he can't run for President!
Which do you guys think is better? To be hated and feared, or hated and mocked? Just askin'.
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