Sen. John McCain of Arizona - Nope
Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney - Nope
former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani -Nope
Sens. Sam Brownback of Kansas - Nope
Charles Hagel of Nebraska - Never
Gov. George Pataki of New York - Nope
Rep. Duncan Hunter of California.- Nope
Rep. Tancrado of Colorado - Not ready for prime time.
posted on 11/29/2006 8:40:34 AM PST
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Who do you think should run for the GOP? Who's your nominee? I don't think Frist was an effective Majority Leader. Too timid with the Demonrats. Unfortunately that's the story with many of our "leaders".
posted on 11/29/2006 8:49:03 AM PST
(DUNCAN HUNTER FOR PRES. 2008)
posted on 11/29/2006 8:49:50 AM PST
(Big winners of election 2006: Democrats, terrorists, MSM, Hollywood, anti-war protestors, etc.)
posted on 11/29/2006 9:03:08 AM PST
LOL, as I said when voters surrendered power to the left on Nov 7th, who the hell would want run as a Conservative/Republican?
God help any fool who decides to run, his base of "supporters" will dump him with his first misspeak, wrinkled shirt or trip on the curb, or he could have mussed hair one day, an old friend in college who didn't measure up, a speeding ticket, a differing opinion on an issue or two, or he could like the color orange or something horrid.
No one in their right mind will run just to be thrown overboard at the first smear by the MSM giving him "baggage".
What a ridiculous, nihilistic post. What Republican do you think should run then?
Im assuming that is your personal opinion, not what you think is probable, no?
a lot of nopes on there....
not that I am in disagreement, but...do you believe someone not on that list will run?
They said Reagan wasn't ready for prime time too. :)
Gov. Mark Sanford - maybe.
posted on 02/13/2008 1:43:29 PM PST
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