Who would you vote for in the Republican Primaries?
Who would you vote for in the Republican Primaries
If there is any common sense left in the Republican base Archie should beat Cruz,Rubio,and Paul
A Canadian, a Cuban, and one who worshipped a blue mermaid.....can't wait for that birtherism and derailing of HIS past.....oh wait: they're Republicans. They get a pass. They never do anything wrong, I forgot.>>>>Bush Who
Rand Paul is my first choice and Ben Carson a close second.
If republicans would actually go back to the party platforms of the Teddy Roosevelt and Dwight Eisenhower eras, which is where a lot of mainstream Democrats are today (most don't even go as far as TR and DE did on progressive socioeconomic policy though), I might consider voting republican. Otherwise (as it seems to be the case) I wouldn't vote for a single one of them.
With all due respect; will people please stop with the excuses of why they would not vote for one party over the other. They are both one in the same and when you peel back the layers, you'll be able to see that. TR and DE are not coming back.
Both the Dems and the Reps are traitorous organizations. Not all members, mind you. But both work for the Corporate Party. Neither one respects votes any more. Just look at Ben Swann's report on both the Dem and Rep conventions on following the script and ignoring votes.
If American elections were not rigged and presidents no longer Corporate Party puppets, then I'd vote for Ron Paul (not Rand).
by Credence2 2 years ago
I may have to admit that I could be wrong about this guy and my erroneous perception of him as a rightwing loon. But the GOP may have judged him in error as well and he could well be too blue to nominated by so reactionary a party as the Republicans.Carson supported various initiatives at both...
by mio cid 6 years ago
The way the republican party is positioning itself it may become an endangered specie.with democrats getting over 90 percent of the african american vote and the hispanic vote heading in that direction, as well as almost every other minority how do republicans plan to win an election in the future?
by Haroon Shehzad 2 years ago
Do you agree with a member colorfulone's post about Obama"I agree with Ben Carson, no muslims as president."It is title of a question posted by member and after reading this post I came to a conclusion that extremists are everywhere not only in Islamic countries. I am a moderate Muslim...
by David Stillwell 6 years ago
As voters, Why are we excepting either Romney or Obama as presidential candidates for 2012.The argument over leadership and leadership abilities, lost job, jobs sent overseas, economic policy, foreign policy, national and foreign debt, national banking and international banking issues, has raged......
by Ralph Deeds 8 years ago
This week in Michigan enough Tea Party delegates showed up at a Republican meeting to elect delegates to the party's nominating convention for the election in November to defeat the current Republican party chairman's bid to be elected a delegate. This strikes me as a cataclysmic event for the...
by GA Anderson 3 years ago
The Spinmeisters are tumbling over each other trying to get to the front of the mob. The PC crowd is aghast and enthusiastically pushing on the Spinmeisters backs as they surge for the microphones. And for the opposing politicians... oh my, a red meat dinner.Republican Presidential candidate Ben...
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