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Huntsman would be my top choice. However his ineffective 2012 campaign, and the fact that Democrats and independents actually seem to like him, or at least know that appearing to like him will make sure he never gets the nomination, I don't see him likely.
My next choice would be Rob Portman from Ohio. I would also love to see Brian Sandoval run because I've recently become a pretty big fan of his, but I doubt he would.
Susana Martinez, Bob Corker, Mitch Daniels, Paul Ryan, and John Thune would all be pretty good for me.
Mike Huckabee has always appealed to me as a person. He's seemed much more likeable and honest than the average politician, but I'm not sure I could get past some of his social policies and the fact that he would probably make them center points of his campaign.
I still haven't decided completely how I feel about Rubio and Paul.
I wouldn't vote for Santorum or Perry, although I doubt I'd have to worry about either one.
For several reasons I'm vehemently opposed to Ted Cruz in 2016.
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Brian Sandoval gave in and decided to support Obamacare (AKA Obamadontcare)
Susana Martinez won't leave the state for national office because she prefers to stay close to home since she has a disabled sister to take care of.
Mike Huckabee is a likeable, honest politician. I like the fact that he's a conservative.
There is absolutely no reason why anyone should dislike Ted Cruz. He is actually THE best candidate for President amongst all of them. It shows how deceived America is that they want bad politicians like liberals running this country. It's wrong.
Where's the Jolie/Pitt option?
Early voting in Georgia. On the 20th of October this old Goldwater conservative voted against both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton by casting my vote for Gary Johnson. Neither Trump or Clinton belong within a million miles of the Oval Office.