Christie is a moderate with a commanding presence. Ryan is a good legislator with zero executive experience and a noncommanding presence.
But the author is ignoring the obvious...
GOP ain’t got no “varsity”. Best conservatives are all in business, and eschew grasping and wheedling for political power as beneath them. But, as Ted Kennedy, Jesse Jackson, and the current Wisconsin Wunaways prove, no ploy or gimmick is too low and base for a Democrat.
If we can keep it to a 2-person race, anybody can beat Baraq.
After $5 gas torches the economy, voters in Nov 012 will be fondly remembering the 10% unemployment of 2010 as the “good old days”
One individual, no matter how capable, can’t save this country.
Only a combined citizenry that has reestablished the plumb line of our founding moral principles can do that, with God’s merciful and gracious assistance.
We need to spend a lot less time looking for some leader on a white horse to come and rescue us and a lot more time being the kind of leaders that are desperately needed within our sphere of influence.
The GOP is like the 1996 Greek World Cup soccer team. The Greek team made the world cup and then the good players were replaced by retired and politically connected players and coaches.
The GOP leaders are the fools who gave us McCain, Trent Lott, bobdole, charlie crist, and a host of other rinos and idiots.
The GOP leaders want only what the democrats want, personal power.
OK Mr. Anderson I watched yours and do believe it would be exciting to see either of them against the usurper...
now how about you watch mine and tell me you wouldn't get a tingle up your leg seeing THIS MAN against that little baby usurper.
I like Palin and Bachmann ... but THIS MAN is in a league all his own and is a proven leader and top notch complete conservative!