1 - 10 Next
And the hits keep on coming! What is there about Scott Walker that makes him such a target, even by conservative web sites? Scott has been my numero uno choice for a while now despite the horror of him being a (gasp) 'college dropout'. It's a long, looong political road to November 2016, who knows who or what will pop up on that trip.
But of course, a moron with a degree should always trump a drop-out with a successful record governing against what should have been insurmountable odds, look at how well things have gone with our degreed pResident
Way too obvious Rubio , having ZERO administrative experience, actually zero experience at anything, you'd like to eliminate those that do with a really lame pretext. UGH!
In response to:

Here We Go: Ted Cruz Revs 2016 Engine

jdouglas Wrote: Jan 20, 2015 11:43 AM
I really like Ted! He's obviously quite intelligent, has 'fire in the belly' and is an excellent speaker, but no track record, no administrative conservative successes. There is zero evidence of his ability to govern a country. I favor Scott Walker, not because I 'think' he's smarter or more impassioned or a better speaker but because of his track record, his administrative conservative successes as the Governor of Wisconsin
I'll take Scott Walker's track record over Mitt's any day, and I voted for Mitt the last time around.
A sterling representative of the mushy middle 'stand for nothing/stand for anything' GOP, as are Bush and Christie...which means one of them will get the nod.
A truism!!!
As is mine!
100% in agreement. I'm a bit perplexed that the self identified 'conservative' web sites are not giving him much more positive press regarding his outstanding conservative successes as governor.
All right! A CBS News poll on who Republicans favor as a candidate settles the issue.
1 - 10 Next