Skip to comments.FREEP THIS POLL - NEW RED STATE POLL FOR 2012 WITH ALL CANDIDATES LISTED
Posted on 12/18/2010 10:02:24 PM PST by RED SOUTH
Look whose way ahead ....hint ... it's not Herman Cain.
The two leaders, BY FAR, are Palin and Pence...
Sounds like a hell of a ticket, to me.
Yup. See my tagline. I think Pence is going to come out if nowhere and really impress.
Who is your initial preferred pick for the GOP President Candidate Selection Votes Haley Barbour 4% 343 John Bolton 4% 306 Jeb Bush 3% 230 Herman Cain 8% 647 Mitch Daniels 8% 615 Mike Huckabee 5% 378 Sarah Palin 31% 2,401 Tim Pawlenty 5% 374 Mike Pence 14% 1,061 Rick Perry 3% 253 David Petraeus 3% 197 Mitt Romney 9% 652 John Thune 2% 178 7,635 votes total
Palin 32%. Awesome.
FReeped! I love Herman Cain and I love Sarah Palin—I don’t think it is his time just yet—but wouldn’t a Palin/Cain ticket be awesome??
Wait until they officially announce their intentions and positions before asking me to consider them for office.
Jim DeMint, 2012
Where’s Michelle Bachman?
Who are these 700 odd delta bravos who still think Mitt’s the $hit ?
Mitt's vote total was only 666 when I looked at the poll.
Thune, Romney, Bush, and Huckabee can be fundraisers..They aren’t good for anything higher than that. Pawlenty is a question mark to me.
Of the other eight - three look like they belong on the short list for Pres/VP (Palin, Pence, and Daniels - in that order), and those who don’t make the cut would make first rate cabinet secretaries.
Petraeus for SecDef, Bolton for SecState, Perry for SecTrans., Cain or Barbour for Commerce (pick one - the other goes for SecAgr.)
I know it would leave a few of the posts unfilled - that’s okay -put DeMint and Coburn somewhere, and just abolish the remainder of the departments (like education, labor, interior...) by defunding or not filling those slots
Just my scattered thoughts...
I am not scolding you or taking issue with your posting.
I am merely stating my opinion and I think it’s a shame that RedState regular readers can’t just conduct their own poll, but such is the way of the Internet.
In a recent poll, Hermain Cain, in the MO of Ron Paul, had all of his FaceBook friends *pump* his numbers.
Um, I do not see my choice listed, but I’ll select one regardless.
Who’s your choice?
I know, two women would likely be one too many on one ticket.