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Originally posted by jrod
Ron Paul: Possibly the best choice if the GOP wants to beat Obama, probably won't happen for obvious reasons.
Rick Santorum: Somehow he is second in delegates and may be given thought for finishing runner-up in the Republican primary, I do not think the establishment is stupid enough to put him on the ticket considering 80%+ of Americans think he is a religious nutcase
Chris Christie: He recently threw his name out there and the media ate it up, doesn't make any sense to have to guys from the northeast running together but what do I know.
Jeb Bush: The media, mainly Fox News likes to throw his name out there. He says no way.
Newt Gingrich: A lobbyist, Washington insider, and adulterer. Before the days of the internet he might be a great pick, too much of a liability today in the information age.
Marco Rubio: May help the GOP pull Florida in the election. Personally feel he doesn't have enough experience for the job
Any GOP state governor: Too many to name...
and a wild card :
Jennifer Carroll: Florida's current Lt. Governor, she is an educated black women who is a retired Naval officer, personally think she is the best option(besides Dr. Paul) for the GOP to defeat Obama.
Reliable sources here and in Washington report that Pennsylvania Senator Pat Toomey has entered the short list of possible choices for VP on the Republican ticket. Why? Toomey has credentials as the foremost expert on budgets, the economy and deficit reduction on the hill. He won in a fairly moderate state two years ago, and keeps a lower profile on social issues