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Mr. Huckabee jumped into the spotlight with his "social/libido" comments at about the same time things heated up on Christie.
IMO, it is not a coincidence Huck is trying to fill the void Christie leaves.
Still, I do not recall a losing VP-candidate becoming President .
Chemists Have Solutions .
If the Republican Party is not completely reformed from within, it does not win the next presidential election, despite the candidate. Time for us to remember, that history is made by the young. And young people are more prone to social engineering. So my choice is the Rand Paul. He has something to occupy the brains of young voters.
IMO this is the Republicans last shot at the Presidency, as the country is becoming more and more brown, less and less ppl will be voting for them. This will only increase if another democrat is elected. Eventually, Texas will turn blue and this will seal the deal on Democrat rule. So the Republicans better not nominate a moderate, and give the Presidency their best effort.
If I were a liberal, I would want the GOP to nominate a Rand Paul libertarian- conservative. The Democratic Party would be forced to nominate an ultra leftist in order to counter some of his stances. In that case, marijuana legalization will be thrust into the main stream, and may be part of the Democratic party platform.
I haven't seen anybody as articulate and unflinching as Ted Cruz, probably since Raygun. I believe he would be a breath of fresh air to America. Rand Paul speaks eloquently, and you can tell that he is very passionate about what he beleives in. However, I beleive he is too soft and "holding back" when attacking this President, especially at a time when ppl desperately clamor and want an attack dog. I think Ted Cruz fits the bill as an attack dog. He recently wrote an article on the Imperial Presidency of Baraq obama.
Ted Cruz: The Imperial Presidency of Barack Obama - WSJ.com
Ted Cruz is exactly who the cons need to put up.....