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Originally posted by DocEmrick
Nobody will vote for Paul, let alone Kucinich after the UFO debacle.
Originally posted by getreadyalready
reply to post by FlyersFan
Interview with Huntsman.
Apparently Huntsman has been named a potential running mate for Romney, to which Huntsman replied that he "couldn't imagine it at all," but he did say he would serve under Michelle Bachmann. Maybe he would be interested in a Paul ticket?
Originally posted by MajorKarma
reply to post by getreadyalready
I respect and like Dennis Kucinich fine but two little guys running the country is not visually what I think we need.
Originally posted by FlyersFan
I'd rather see Ron Paul/Jon Huntsman. I like some of what Kucinich says .. but Huntsman has it all. He's got executive and international experience. He works well with others (*others being those not of his party). He's got 'presence'. For me to vote for Ron Paul ... well ... his VPOTUS pick will have a big say in that. Ron Paul will be almost 80 and I don't think he could keep up with the rigors of office for a long time .. sorry.
As for Herman Cain .. the flavor of the week a weeks and weeks ago ... I dont think his endorsement will mean much and it won't sway anyone. That's what I'm thinking anyways ....
EVEN THOUGH Ohio Democrat Dennis Kucinich is widely viewed as an unrealistic option for president, he appeals to the left because he has taken the most consistent and liberal positions on most of the main issues–with the glaring exception of abortion rights. Kucinch promises a single-payer universal health care plan,