Next President?

Discussion in 'The Club House' started by Gojubrian, Apr 26, 2009.

  1. Gojubrian

    Gojubrian New Member

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    I hope Mike Huckabee runs for pres again. I hope Sarah Palin runs as his vice pres.

    Who would you like to see put obama out of business?
     
  2. BudW

    BudW New Member

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    Huckabee yes Palin hell no shes a air head
     

  3. Gojubrian

    Gojubrian New Member

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    The media portrayed her as an airhead, but she is very intelligent. She has that goofy accent, but make no mistake, she's a great woman who is on our side!
     
  4. CA357

    CA357 New Member Supporter

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    I honestly don't know who I would favor in the next election. I've been too focused on the Marxist who is currently holding office.

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  5. M14sRock

    M14sRock New Member

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    Sarah Palin, all the way.
     
  6. Jesse17

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    Actually in 2012, I'd love to cast a vote for Palin, but I think she is "un-electable" at this point, as well as Huckabee.

    I'm not sure who I want to run, but you can bet I'll vote for the canidate that is Pro-American, Pro-2nd amendment, Pro-God, Anti-Abortion, Anti-tax/big government, Pro-capitalisam, anti-socialisam, etc.

    Crap, did I just add my name to Obama's Homeland Security Terrorist Threat List;) Tough $hit!
     
  7. Mark F

    Mark F New Member Supporter

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    Yes you did, you evil dog. Now your photo will be seen at every post office. By the time Obama gets out-voted or run out of town, our country will be so screwed up that most of us won't live long enough to see what happens...
     
  8. user4

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    Huckabee is my go to guy. He can out debate Obama without breaking a sweat. Palin was burned by McCain and has no chance now.
     
  9. cpttango30

    cpttango30 New Member

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    How about Ted Nugent for VP and Jeff Cooper for president.

    Or John Lott for pres and Ted Nugent for VP.
     
  10. CA357

    CA357 New Member Supporter

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    You'd have to write Col. Cooper in posthumously. He's been gone for a number of years now. But I understand your thinking.
     
  11. roosterjuicer

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    unrealistically id like to see ron paul/mike hukabee as vp or vice versa

    realistically i think itll probably be mike hukabee or possibly newt gengrich. i have no clue about the vp. i doubt itll be sarah palin. to be honest, i dont think she brings too much to the table. she already failed once, might as well try something new.

    are there any black republicans who are worth a damn? its tough to do anything without having an african american involved anymore ( do you think steele got to where he is based on talent or his conservative values?) so im sure it would score some points to have a black vp or even president...god this country pisses me off sometimes i cant believe people put so much stock in race.
     
  12. mwsfarm

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    I would vote for Palin, or Gingrich, Ron Paul for sure if he could get the Republican endorsement.

    other people that interest me, are J.C. Watts and Bobby Jindal.

    The only way we will win is with a true CONSERVATIVE candidate. anymore RINO's get nominated and we are screwed
     
  13. hunter Joe

    hunter Joe New Member

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    Yeah go ahead and laugh now but watch a young man named Paul Ryan from Wisconsin. What this country needs is forward thinking leaders and that is hard to find in our current Republican candidate base. Although, I think Sarah is pretty hot and she would get my vote based on her conservative ideals.
     
  14. RL357Mag

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    +1000 - well said, and we need more people thinking as you do!
     
  15. BPond

    BPond New Member

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    I don't agree that Sarah Palin is unelectable or that she failed. She was the sole reason McCain got as many votes as he did.
     
  16. flyingbrickracing

    flyingbrickracing New Member

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    My feelings to the "T"
    I was not happy when McCain got the nod but when Palin got on the ticket I actually felt good about voting.
     
  17. Dillinger

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    I agree, I think McCain wasn't even a footnote in history until he chose Palin. Plus that was her first time in the big spotlight.

    You think Hitlery was that polished the first time she had to open that big yap of hers on the national level?? And then factor in the media pouncing on her like a pack of rabid wolves - most of whom had jobs to keep by running her down in the first place. She didn't stand a chance - and learning on the job in that line of work is obviously a mo-fo!

    Honestly, I don't know who can win, but I am voting for anybody BUT Obama.

    Did anyone else out there think that Steve Forbes had the best answer to financial disaster when he ran, in what, 1996? A flat tax across the board, personal savings accounts from the social security taxes, and a US, not a UN, foreign policy. I am not saying I want the guy's finger on the button - but I wouldn't mind seeing him involved somewhere as I liked a lot of his platform ideas.......

    JD
     
  18. AsmelEduardo

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    Ron Paul

    I'm not U.S citizen (I would like to be), but so far after read some articles I like the way of thinking of Ron Paul... I easily vote for him, for sure. :rolleyes:
     
  19. freefall

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    I live in Alaska and I really don't see Sarah Palin as that much of a conservative. OK, she's pro-life. Very few of us are pro-death. She supports traditional values when it won't cost her politically. She LIKES to tax businesses and spend LOTS of other peoples money doing nice things for the folks. She makes small cosmetic cuts to the budget that get her lots of photo ops and air time, while steadily increasing the real ongoing big-ticket items. Is she better than what we got now? HELL YEAH. Is she who I want to run my nation or even my state? Not so much.
    That said, I don't believe she deserves the bashing and trashing she's received. If her speech patterns resembled Obama's the media would have called her retarded (even tho it's not PC).
     
  20. dirtbikingdad

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    Romney - Palin

    In my opinion, Romney was the most possible candidate last year and this was a good way to get Palin out front and center for exposure. However, with the doom of the economy, on the horizon, they decided to sacrifice McCain for the GOP candidate. He was unelectable in my book and most who lose an election never go on to win later. In my history anyway.