Yes, I dont take orders from some quitter
No, he has enough real world experience to do the job
Somewhat, I would like to see him finish.
Here's a little "fun trivia" about politicians with doctorate level degrees.
I saw just the other day both are Rand Paul and even Howard Dean are "potential candidates". First I'd heard of Dean wanting to take another shot at it, but he was on the long list of Democrats.
Dean attended Yale University with a Bachelors degree in political science. Dean received his medical degree from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Seriously....
Paul left Baylor early, without completing either his Bachelor's degree in biology or in English, when he was accepted into the Duke University School of Medicine. At the time, Duke did not require an undergraduate degree for admission to its graduate school. He earned a M.D. degree in 1988 and completed his residency in 1993.
That's pretty wild about Duke, huh? Good that they now require undergrad degrees to get into their med school. Well, in my opinion, it's good.
No previous president running for re-election would have survived the poor economic numbers and other issues that were dogging Obama in 2012.
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