Sanders, while his voting record is socially a bit off putting, is overall a good candidate. Clinton won't let that happen though.
Would I limit myself to R
Graham...not in a million years
Rubio...might make a decent VP
Jeb...against Clinton, I might think about it
Christie...he growing on me, I like straight forward
Well I'm an Independent girl that definitely leans right. But honestly right now I can't wait for this month to be over and I'm really hoping SCOTUS makes a very clear and distinct ruling for equal rights and extends the protections to sexual orientation.
If not things will be really messy for conservatives. Yes we all know there's lots of conservatives that support equal rights but there are also many that don't. Many of these guys seem like they want to toe the line on the issue or be against it to gain the support of the ones that are also against it. Seems they feel they can be against it and the ones that aren't will still support them cause we lean or are righties. Well that's not true. While I don't think this is Americas only problem or most important I could never support a candidate that will make this part of his campaign and be against equal rights. I think it goes to the heart, soul and foundation of the candidate and is a huge flag to who they really are.
This is why on this topic I'm hoping for a national and clear ruling so candidates can put this stupid bull**** garbage behind them and focus on other things.
"We are never done with lessons, not while we live"
GA Poll: Scott Walker Leading Field, Rand Paul at 4 Percent
About Perry: there was another recent Texas Governor that was voted into the Whitehouse from there.
Jeb Bush was the first two term Republican Governor in the State of Florida. His time there is seen by most as a success. In comparison to someone like Hillary Clinton or Elizabeth Warren, he could be considered far right.