To become president you must never been "too.....", John Kerry was "too liberal and wishy washy" for the majority of the US. Michael Dukakis was "too liberal and too incompetent" to become president, Mitt Romney was "too fake, too much of a stiff prototype politician and too much of a person without real convictions".
Let's be honest, the chance for a good candidate to come out of the republican primary system (and with good, I mean a candidate that has a better than 50% chance of winning the election) is zero to very little. To become candidate for the republican party you have to be the most conservative candidate on the planet (or say that you are) and even if someone who isn't a true conservative, like Mitt R. will have to say so many things contrary to his previous positions to get votes in the primaries, that he will have to etch-a-sketch himself completely to absolute zero. He will be confronted with things he said that are so out of main-stream America during the campaign (care of his own primary battle remarks) that he will have a nightmare of a time trying to convince people that he is the middle of the road man that US voters usually go for.
Dutch Medal count Paralympics Rio 17 gold 19 silver 26 bronze
BLADE BABE STRIKES AGAIN!!!
The ghost of Jack Kevorkian for President's Physician: 2016
Ted has only done drugs once in his life. It is just that his first time has lasted for decades.
Nugent / Palin
Nugent / Trump
Nugent / Cruz
Nugent / Cain
Cain / Palin
Palin / Bachman
Palin / Trump....
Like Mr. Potatohead, you too can build your own GOP losing ticket. Let's see which combo creates the biggest laugh.... Of course, none of these are realistic options; but, then again, the Cons have no realistic chance to win the White House in 2016, so any of these are as good as it gets.