View Poll Results: Best Gop Ticket

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  • Romney-Huntsman

    14 45.16%
  • Romney-Santorum

    0 0%
  • Romney-Cain

    8 25.81%
  • Romney-Perry

    3 9.68%
  • Romney-Bachmann

    1 3.23%
  • Romney-Gringrich

    5 16.13%
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    Serious Poll: Best GOP Ticket

    After Christie gave his endorsement, I'm pretty much assuming it's Romney. Cain will likely get torn down somewhere in between now and the start of the primaries. So thus it's just a VP choice.

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    Re: Serious Poll: Best GOP Ticket

    If it's Romney-Huntsman, I will seriously consider voting Republican.
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    Re: Serious Poll: Best GOP Ticket

    Well lets see based on the ones in the poll

    Huntsman ---> By far my favorite candidate but gives nothing to the ticket, since he's viewed in a similar fashion to Mitt. Would be useless as the VP pick. Bad choice

    Santorum ---> Would help shore up some of the evangelical base, but will drive away independents and turns an election that needs to be economic focused into a partially social one. Bad choice.

    Cain ---> Not very experienced, but as VP that's less of an issue. Popular with the base which would help shore up a location Romney's hurting at. Private sector experience and economic focused which could help this election cycle. Could actually be the best choice out of this group.

    Perry ---> Solid with the base, and as VP his debate skills won't be as big of a deal. However, such a large personality that it may not work as VP. Not a bad choce, not a great one.

    Bachmann ---> See Santorum.

    Gringrich ---> Would help a bit with the base, would trounce Biden in the little bit of VP debates that happens, and would be a good fit as VP. However, his baggage may hamper him way to much. Similar to Perry, not bad but not great.

    Of the picks you've put forward, I would say Cain would be the best bet for Romney to pick as VP

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    Re: Serious Poll: Best GOP Ticket

    Barrack Obama - Joe Biden.

    Assuming ANY of those tickets is on the Republican side of the ballot, I will be voting for Obama.

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    Re: Serious Poll: Best GOP Ticket

    Quote Originally Posted by Zyphlin View Post
    Well lets see based on the ones in the poll

    Huntsman ---> By far my favorite candidate but gives nothing to the ticket, since he's viewed in a similar fashion to Mitt. Would be useless as the VP pick. Bad choice

    Santorum ---> Would help sure up some of the evangelical base, but will drive away independents and turns an election that needs to be economic focused into a partially social one. Bad choice.

    Cain ---> Not very experienced, but as VP that's less of an issue. Popular with the base which would help sure up a location Romney's hurting at. Private sector experience and economic focused which could help this election cycle. Could actually be the best choice out of this group.

    Perry ---> Solid with the base, and as VP his debate skills won't be as big of a deal. However, such a large personality that it may not work as VP. Not a bad choce, not a great one.

    Bachmann ---> See Santorum.

    Gringrich ---> Would help a bit with the base, would trounce Biden in the little bit of VP debates that happens, and would be a good fit as VP. However, his baggage may hamper him way to much. Similar to Perry, not bad but not great.

    Of the picks you've put forward, I would say Cain would be the best bet for Romney to pick as VP
    Does sure up mean the same thing as shore up?

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    Re: Serious Poll: Best GOP Ticket

    grumble grumble grumble edit

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    Re: Serious Poll: Best GOP Ticket

    I vote for Romney, but his second choice will be none of the above. I can't imagine Romney putting Huntsman (another Mormon) on his ticket.


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    Re: Serious Poll: Best GOP Ticket

    Quote Originally Posted by pbrauer View Post
    I vote for Romney, but his second choice will be none of the above. I can't imagine Romney putting Huntsman (another Mormon) on his ticket.
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    Re: Serious Poll: Best GOP Ticket

    It wouldn't surprise me if Romney picked Mitch Daniels as vp.

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    Re: Serious Poll: Best GOP Ticket

    Quote Originally Posted by Zyphlin View Post
    Well lets see based on the ones in the poll

    Huntsman ---> By far my favorite candidate but gives nothing to the ticket, since he's viewed in a similar fashion to Mitt. Would be useless as the VP pick. Bad choice

    Santorum ---> Would help shore up some of the evangelical base, but will drive away independents and turns an election that needs to be economic focused into a partially social one. Bad choice.

    Cain ---> Not very experienced, but as VP that's less of an issue. Popular with the base which would help shore up a location Romney's hurting at. Private sector experience and economic focused which could help this election cycle. Could actually be the best choice out of this group.

    Perry ---> Solid with the base, and as VP his debate skills won't be as big of a deal. However, such a large personality that it may not work as VP. Not a bad choce, not a great one.

    Bachmann ---> See Santorum.

    Gringrich ---> Would help a bit with the base, would trounce Biden in the little bit of VP debates that happens, and would be a good fit as VP. However, his baggage may hamper him way to much. Similar to Perry, not bad but not great.

    Of the picks you've put forward, I would say Cain would be the best bet for Romney to pick as VP
    You know what, I think Gingrich might be an excellent pick for the very reasons you state are his baggage. Gingrich is an ideas guy. He's great at putting together legislation and getting support. He just needs a face to distract the public from his bad choices in the past. He could sink away into the VP house and work on legislation day and night while Romney is out glad handing and making speeches....it might just be the best fit...if you assume Romney is the guy. And that is looking more and more likely every day.
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