Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Americans Deserve the Best: Top Ten Republican Candidates for President in a Brokered Convention

Our own Eric Cantor made the list, along with Chris Christie, Sarah Palin, Paul Ryan, Jim DeMint and a couple of head-scratchers. (WTFWTT)
I'm still wating for the un-politician, i.e. Herman Cain, to come riding up and save us all.

Americans Deserve the Best: Top Ten Republican Candidates for President in a Brokered Convention


Romney doesn’t seem to get it: the 2012 election is about the size and cost of government.
We already have a “smart” president with ambitious plans who thinks he knows better. That hasn’t worked for our economy, and has damaged trust in our democracy.
Romney says “America doesn’t need a manager,” but his plans reflect what the Journal euphemistically calls “positive technocratic thinking.”
Though Romney may be more “sober” than his rival Newt Gingrich (or, less charitably, more timid than the former Speaker), he evidently shares with Gingrich an enthusiasm for what the federal government could do, if only he were put in control.
Given that Ron Paul’s radical foreign policy is a non-starter, and that several other candidates–however well-meaning–could not manage the mundane task of qualifying for the Virginia ballot, or withstand the media scrutiny of a long campaign, Republicans are feeling new doubts about the current field.
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