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Discussion in 'Politics' started by Salty, Jan 26, 2011.
Is there anyone willing to step up to the plate with the convictions of Ronald Regan?
They are probably out there, just can't hear them for all noise being made making Tea!:smilewinkgrin:
and for all the hassle a candidate must go thur with the media, not to mention all the forms and reports required by the government.
President's tend to be one of a kind.
There is no Ronald Reagan on the horizon.
But I'd like to have someone who loves our country like he did and has the faith in the American people to guide their own lives that he had.
With that being said...how bout adding not being owned by Wall Street Bankers & Big Business to the wish list which just give you BO.
Explain your comment, please.
Simple, BO is owned by Wall Street & Big Business. Look at how many on his staff are from Goldman Saks alone. Who's his new chief of staff & also where did Rom "Stake Knife" Emmanual come from? Also who is the GE executive now chairing his commission to get people working again? BO is bought & paid for. doesnt that just stink?
Two come to my mind right off hand with the integrity of President Reagon
1. Condy Rice
2. J C Watts
Both black---but who can put their hands on a birth certificate and who both have minds that would rival Einstein!!:thumbs:
J C Watts
Condi Rice and her stand on abortion
I wouldn't vote for Rice because of her involvement in the Bush administration and I wouldn't vote for Watts because he's too liberal for me, but I'd vote for Christie or Bachman in a heartbeat and I'd consider voting for Jindall, too.
Why Cristie? I dont believe he has enough political experience yet to be a chief executive of the entire nation....a point I believe he would agree with. IMHO, CC needs to see his policys through to completion and put some win's on the board prior to going up to the Major leagues. Bachman & Jindall I know nothing about.
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I'm hoping Jindall runs.
Wasn't Reagan the only US president that was divorced?
Some would like us to think he's already in the Oval Office.
Tim Pawlenty is worthy of consideration. I am reading his new autobiography and it is an interesting read.
Of course, you have a point.
We have apresident now that was unfit for the job, It has manifested itself many times and still does.
If we use Obama as a standard, we can elect anyone at all. Experience just doesn't matter.
Senator Marco Rubio of Florida. :thumbs:
http://eclipptv.com/viewVideo.php?video_id=7753]Farewell address to the Florida House
Will he run for President
It would be wise for him to wait out 2012. Maybe 2020?