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Old 09-04-2012, 10:10 AM  
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So who will be the GOP's Chief Buffoon in 2016?

I think its safe to say that Paul Ryan will be walking the marathon back in Wisconsin. I hope that Jon Huntsman continues to speak around the country and if he does he just might succeed to purging the party establishment of the obstructionists. Obstructionism is on its last gasp. That strategy dies in January, thankfully.

You can forget Dr. Rice. Great speech and noble effort to cover-up the Bush administrations historic failures.

Forget all the republican Governors who have been committing intellectual sexual abuse of women for the past two years.

Forget all republican Governors who have had a hand in the voter suppression movement.

Looking at the Senate John Thune from South Dakota is possible. He might have run this time were it not for the very public humilation coming from advocacy for guns to be allowed on public transportation. How quickly they forget attacks on the homeland.

Forget Mitch Daniels, he's too short to be president.

Are we left with Mr. Doughnut himself from New Jersey?
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Old 09-04-2012, 12:45 PM   #16
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I believe when it comes to buffoons, we must defer to the thread starter's obvious qualifications as a judge in the matter, given his overwhelming experience in the field.
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Old 09-04-2012, 01:45 PM   #17
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That's an excellent analysis. I can see every one of them giving it a go.
Thanks. I do Republican politics for a living. My football analysis is just a hobby, which is why it usually sucks.

I would caution folks about Paul Ryan and 2016.

He has a huge advantage, but has not been vetted in a primary setting. If it comes to that it's not going to be pretty. The same goes for Christie as well.

In fact, the only guys who I think would have a free run, meaning they have been throughly vetted by Republican voters are Paul, who will be associated with his father, and Santorum, who went through the ringer this time around.

I just hope all the talk of T-Paw and Rick Perry goes away. neither will ever be President of the United States or the Republican nominee. I have sat down and had private discussions with both. I like them as people, but they fail as candidates.
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Old 09-04-2012, 03:48 PM   #18
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Thanks. I do Republican politics for a living. My football analysis is just a hobby, which is why it usually sucks.

I would caution folks about Paul Ryan and 2016.

He has a huge advantage, but has not been vetted in a primary setting. If it comes to that it's not going to be pretty. The same goes for Christie as well.

In fact, the only guys who I think would have a free run, meaning they have been throughly vetted by Republican voters are Paul, who will be associated with his father, and Santorum, who went through the ringer this time around.

I just hope all the talk of T-Paw and Rick Perry goes away. neither will ever be President of the United States or the Republican nominee. I have sat down and had private discussions with both. I like them as people, but they fail as candidates.
Great point about the primaries. Who knows, but I strongly believe that in 2016 you will not see another round of those chaotic debates. The field may dictate this of course, but one thing Reagan did have right was the golden rule, thou shall not speak ill of another republican. If they don't return to that demeanor they will never return to power again.
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Old 09-04-2012, 04:19 PM   #19
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None of the people you like or suggest will be the guy.

Huntsman - No way in hell.

I actually thing the 2016 field will be limited to the following field of 8 candidates

Paul Ryan
Chris Christie
Rick Santorum
Bobby Jindal
Scott Walker
Mike Pence
Rand Paul
Marco Rubio

Not all will run, but this is the coming field for the GOP.
Why not Jeb Bush?
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Old 09-04-2012, 08:11 PM   #20
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Great point about the primaries. Who knows, but I strongly believe that in 2016 you will not see another round of those chaotic debates. The field may dictate this of course, but one thing Reagan did have right was the golden rule, thou shall not speak ill of another republican. If they don't return to that demeanor they will never return to power again.
I always found it odd that Reagan said that considering that he challenged an incumbent R president (Ford, 1976). That always seemed kind of dickish. I'm not old enough to remember the details, but I guess I'd be suprised if he managed to do so without speaking ill of another R.
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Scott Walker's too soft spoken and dopey to run for president. His family got attacked and ridiculed for two years in the recall mess, and I highly doubt he'd want to subject them to the entire country's ire.
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Old 09-04-2012, 09:47 PM   #22
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None of the people you like or suggest will be the guy.

Huntsman - No way in hell.

I actually thing the 2016 field will be limited to the following field of 8 candidates

Paul Ryan
Chris Christie
Rick Santorum
Bobby Jindal
Scott Walker
Mike Pence
Rand Paul
Marco Rubio

Not all will run, but this is the coming field for the GOP.
Will the short bus hold Ryan, Santorum, Walker and Paul if Fat Fattie is also onboard? Out of that list, Rubio would be the most realistic.
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Old 09-05-2012, 08:42 AM   #23
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Old 09-05-2012, 10:59 AM   #26
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I think its safe to say that Paul Ryan will be walking the marathon back in Wisconsin. I hope that Jon Huntsman continues to speak around the country and if he does he just might succeed to purging the party establishment of the obstructionists. Obstructionism is on its last gasp. That strategy dies in January, thankfully.

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Looking at the Senate John Thune from South Dakota is possible. He might have run this time were it not for the very public humilation coming from advocacy for guns to be allowed on public transportation. How quickly they forget attacks on the homeland.

Forget Mitch Daniels, he's too short to be president.

Are we left with Mr. Doughnut himself from New Jersey?
you dumbass...As a result of Romney winning in 2012, he runs again in 2016.
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Doesn't matter who runs in '16. The Federal govt will resemble California by then.

I'm feeling a GOP candidate won't win the presidency for 12+ years.
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