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Who will be Romney's VP pick?

Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by Flintlocker, May 13, 2012.

  1. mike from st pe

    mike from st pe

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    NEW YORK CITY'S MAYOR; Michael Bloomberg?
    Mitt & Mike 2012!

    Just my version of sarcastic humor?
     


  2. juggy4711

    juggy4711 Nimrod Son

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    Considering the lack luster support for Romney I actually think his VP pick will be important. There are a lot of folks that claim Palin was the reason they voted for McLame. Now whether that had to do with her politics or her looks who knows. Regardless, if they were telling the truth then Romney should choose wisely.
     
  3. I think he has a surprise for us all:












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    :alex:...........:animlol:
     
  4. RCP

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    Hilary would fit well in a Romney administration.
     
  5. kf4zra

    kf4zra I miss ya Murph

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    Be careful with that pic,

    some of us just ate
     
  6. evlbruce

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    Hillary or Bloomberg would make the most sense, given that at this point Romney can count on the base to totally ignore matters of policy.
     
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  7. Tvov

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    So, Romney is the best the Republicans can do? sheesh. I wasn't too impressed with the others either.

    Whoever agrees to be the VP pick has to consider carefully. If things don't go well, they lose a lot of political momentum -- I think Palin made a big mistake in agreeing to run with McCain. With this in mind, I kinda don't want a lot of people to run as VP, lol.

    No name really jumps out at me. Maybe Giuliani? but he seems to be polarizing to some people, and doesn't seem to have a lot of traction outside of east coast / New England.
     
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  8. Jokes aside, if they run a middle aged white guy who is very similar to Romney, he will lose big.

    I know it won't happen, and may not help, but Herman Cain or Rand Paul or Jim DeMint would be my picks.

    My guess is, the establishment will **** up again.
     
  9. No offense, but that Rudy and Mitt dog won't hunt in the South and Midwest.
     
  10. Brucev

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    Let's be serious. HC and RP are dead in the water. One has no integrity and the other is to often in outer space. JD... ah... no. So who? Rubio would be good. Why? Because that's where the votes are... and in the future that is where the votes will be. The days of running two old white men are over.
     
  11. G19G20

    G19G20 Status Quo 2014

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    Remember that the VP pick also has to be voted on and approved by the RNC delegates in Tampa. The nominee doesn't just "coronate" someone. Mitt's going to have his hands full just trying to win the nomination with the huge contingent of Paul delegates in attendance so he better be extra careful with his VP pick.
     

  12. There is absolutely no possibility whatsoever that the RNC delegates in Tampa will fail to approve Romney's choice.

    :tinfoil:___:deadhorse:___I guarantee this.
     
  13. evlbruce

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    Polling indicates that 90% of R's are supporting Mittens; Romney doesn't need to campaign for your vote as he's already got it. Just as he knows that he could run on a ticket with Van Jones, promise to stack his cabinet with Clintonistas, and still get the "ABO" crowd.
     
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  14. I agree, I'll be voting against Obama no matter who Mitt names as VP.
    That's why I jokingly suggested Hillary.:shocked:
     
  15. The dupe put on the electorate was well played. Kudos to the GOP.
     
  16. series1811

    series1811 Enforcerator. CLM

    Thanks for letting us know what DU wants.

    It's driving you liberals crazy, isn't it?

    Well, at least we know it couldn't be anyone with less sense that Biden.
     
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