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Will Romney Announce His VP This Week?

Stoic Patriot Wrote: Jul 17, 2012 4:42 PM
I don't see Marco Rubio as terribly exciting (particularly after his drift towards amnesty), and Ryan only excites the FisCons. Jindal would be respectable, while Christie would be an exercise in celebrity, only marginally better than Donald Trump.
Benjamin98 Wrote: Jul 17, 2012 4:46 PM
My preference is Jindal.

Rubio has great potential--just too new to the national scene and to executive experience, which may be a distraction. Christie would be excellent, except I think the libs and media would go after his temper, e.g. so and do things to pi$$ him off with cameras rolling. Again, a distraction.

I'm liking Ryan more and more. His distraction, the budget, might actually be good for the national debate.
LuckyLarue Wrote: Jul 17, 2012 5:02 PM
My preference is Jindal, too.

In light of the great Condi misdirection and new, conflicting reports over whether Mitt Romney has already settled on a running mate, the media's 'Veepstakes' obsession has once again kicked into high gear.  How should the campaign handle the timing?  Who's it going to be?  How will conservatives react?  I chewed these questions over with Fox News' Neil Cavuto last evening:
 


Cavuto repeatedly asked me to...

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