Discussion in 'Politics' started by drjekyllus, Jul 20, 2009.
GOP strategy should be focused on running a very serious, very business minded (with credentials to match), socially moderate candidate for POTUS in 2012.
Palin is none of those things. Not a one.
Yeah, that's just what they need to do, take the advice of you, thunderf___, and z10. Sure road to victory. lmao
They succeeded wonderfully with Palin trumping McCain in 08.
Good luck sticking to that path, maximus gluttonous for punishment!
Damn straight! The Republicans should remain insular and listen only to their auditory hallucinations, knowing full well that it is the blessed voice of Jesus, their Lord & Savior.
Romney would be the best choice against Obama.But Romney was once pro choice,supports gun control,is a Mormon,and started universal health care in his State while Governor.When was the last time such a candidate won the Republican nomination ?How can the repubs criticize Obama for his push for universal health care when Romney started universal health care in Mass?How can the re pubs criticize Obama for gun control when Romney supports gun control ? McCain beat Rudy and Romney due to some of these reasons.Romney is more of a moderate democrat then he is a Republican imo
Palin is a joke and Obamas dream opponent to run against.Up and comers will wait until 2016 to run
Romney nor Paul will get the nomination,Palin,jindal,Newt etc has no chance to beat Obama
Obama will be re elected
What ever happened to Chuck Hagel? He was one of the reasonable ones. Wasn't he discussing a possible run with Bloomberg as a third party?
I think 2012 will be ripe for a third party - even more than 1992 was.
Only a third party would tame the beast that Washington has become.
Constitutional Party with Jesse "The Body" Ventura!
"Jesse, Jesse, he's our man.
If he can't do it, nobody can"..
Amen. Obamanomics is scary shyt!
But the GOP has to dump McConnell and Boehner while they are changing the guard too.
Jeb Bush/Romney. The Bush's make great presidents.
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