I know Krauthammer is now considered a subversive tool by some on here, but he nailed it last night. We have to defeat Obama otherwise four more years of this makes our conversion to a socialist democracy like Europe irreversible. We have to take the most conservative candidate who can win.
I like Christie for his fiscal views but his time passed here in the last month. If we aren’t going with a very conservative candidate, the current version of Romney is looking acceptable to me. He appears to be a safe and polished choice who is gaining momentum.
If you could get Rubio on the ticket, a Romney-Rubio ticket would be extremely formidable in the electoral college. We would have a shot at taking PA, MI, WI and maybe a couple east coast states while still keeping the South.
Then you let Paul Ryan and Jim DeMint set the agenda in the House and Senate respectively. Romney would follow along. This scenario could work out ok.
“I know Krauthammer is now considered a subversive tool by some on here, but he nailed it last night. We have to defeat Obama otherwise four more years of this makes our conversion to a socialist democracy like Europe irreversible.”
Lol! I know.... I have disagreed with Mr. Krauthammer on more than one occasion but I still like him and am always ready to listen to what he has to say.
As for Rubio, I honestly think he’s made himself clear about his intention to get more experience under his belt.
Overall, I remain undecided and I’m praying for our nation. Our problems are far more complex than simply being economic.
I also agree with you regarding the importance of the House and Senate. We definitely need majorities there....and I’m not hearing much about those candidates necessary to accomplish this. We ignore that to our own peril.