Skip to comments.*vanity* The Drudge poll asking who your CPAC 2016 pick would be
Posted on 03/08/2014 6:48:32 PM PST by Kevin in California
OK, it was a tough choice between Cruz, Palin, or Paul. I chose Paul but love em all.
My question to you.....
If you were to pick "other,", who would it be?
For me, Judge Jeanine Pirro.
I love this woman...she ROCKS!!!!!
and lets see which buffoon on MSNBC starting talking about a weak 2016 GOP field.yah,the Dem’s have always had a weak&pathetic field for as long as we can remember!
If Sara had spoken first instead of last, she would have won.
well,except for JFK.
Voted for Sarah.
“I chose Sarah Palin. “
So did I.
One of the most important credentials for a president is executive experience.
They should have run and managed something, even better if it was a significant size state as governor.
Scott Walker is a proven success at running his state well, turning it around. I don’t know where he is on a long list of issues, but it seems like someone to take a second look at.
I voted Cruz
I guess that if we were to go the “other” route...I would consider Scott Walker, though am not completely sold on his brand of conservatism.
Maybe the governor of Michigan, but the same reservation applies. Ditto Rick Perry.
Senator to president is not a good fit IMHO.
She gave one heck of a rant at cpac!
I can’t believe that Drudge readers would prefer Rand Paul over Cruz. Paul is bland, uninspired, tainted by his father’s anti-Army sentiments, and too close to being a capital “L” Libertarian.
Cruz is a fighter and fighters attract people.
I like Scott Walker, governor of Wisconsin.
Haven’t we had enough people with no executive experience? A TV judge isn’t really a qualifier for President.
cruz president, sarah VP, Allen west SOD, Rand paul, Doj, Perry S of the treasury, Bolton sos. not a bad start
“Cruz is a fighter and fighters attract people.”
I agree. Cruz is better than Paul. Either better than moderate republicans.
A good thumb in the eye of the man who says “I, I, I, I”,
Scott Walker is my #1 choice. He just does his job. No grand standing. I
I want Cruz in the Senate, and I don't trust Rand.
There has to be another former State Governor, besides Perry and Bush, who is interested in the job.
RAND PAUL IS PRO AMNESTY. What else do you need to know about him? Yeah, he’s got a hairpiece that will make for a good punchline...he’s got that going for him.
I for one am hoping that Scott Walker and Ted Cruz become a team. I love Sarah, but opposition to her is virulent in both parties. There are many RINOs who would much prefer to keep losing elections vs supporting a real conservative who may reduce the influence of the old guard (i,e, McCain, The Bushs). Sarah works hard for us, but I don’t want her or the Palins put through the wringer a second time, not just yet. There are too many who think Jon Stewart and Bill Maher are serious news sources. We need to attack the libs from angles they are not expecting, not offer the same tattered targets in tight electoral sequence. That is good warfare. Paul Rand shows some promise as well. No one candidate has it all. We should be holding our collective breaths or votes waiting for someone that all voters will know as perfection.
Cruz or Palin.
Besides which Rand Paul has stated that Obamacare cannot be repealed. That was it for me.
My choice also.
Rand Paul is sure to disappoint you supporters. Until I finally got them to stop, some gun supporting organization with his endorsement and his photographs in every issue, kept sending me large, and I do mean “large” envelopes which filled my mailbox.
I am a Second Amendment supporter of the highest order, but some things about this organization bothered me. Among them were the photographs of this guy looking high and mighty, “majestic” almost. He definitely thinks the world of himself and that’s what’s coming to come across eventually in any national campaign.
No, I choose Cruz and Palin, real people who believe in a total conservative philosophy. With his seeming endorsement of immigration “reform” Rand Paul is going to eventually alienate conservatives and his haughty attitude as I saw it, would likely alienate others.
Pirro is tough, all right.
Ted Cruz is my candidate, by far. If I had to pick another on that list, it would be Perry.
I honestly can’t think of anyone who isn’t on the list. Maybe that cat who got elected mayor.
Ditto. Governor Walker is my guy.