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Video: Scott Walker Rocks CPAC, Won't Rule Out Presidential Run

NW-Res Wrote: Mar 16, 2013 12:13 PM
Reading your post, the whole thing sounds like a social club, like the Elks or Eagles. That is a problem. Personally, I don't see a problem with a ticket with the president and vp from the same state. Are we afraid that everything would be geared towards Wisconsin interests? I like the idea of independent thinkers holding the different offices, unlike the president & puppet we have today.
rmt5 in MA Wrote: Mar 16, 2013 12:37 PM
Whether we like it or not a varied geographical ticket is usually most desirable, assuming that people of comparable talent are available. Rubio, Cruz, or West would provide an interesting and appealing balance to either Walker or Ryan, not just for geographic reasons but for other obvious demographic reasons as well.

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker is up for (re) re-election next year, but the conservative favorite may have an eye on a bigger prize in 2016.  Minutes before he was greeted warmly by CPAC attendees, Walker told Townhall that he's keeping his options open regarding a potential presidential run: 
 


 

TOWNHALL: Have you given any thought to the presidential race in 2016?  Would you rule it out?

WALKER: In our case, we had to work so hard -- as you mentioned, twice --...