The options for presidential primaries

Posted: March 5, 2012 in Humor, Politics

[Updated 3/06/2012 12:00pm]

From my personal point of view, and very limited knowledge, my choices of vote for the GOP presidential primary election on Tuesday 6th are:

  1. Mr. Gingrich: A candidate that has a poor past personal life [but I believe in forgiveness and second chances], a very rich job experience, a very admirable package of eloquence, vision, and ideas to fundamentally change things; but a questionable ability to attract the ultimate deciders of the presidential election in November: the 20% independent votes. [My choice]
  2. Mr. Santorum: A candidate that has an impeccable past personal life, an average job experience, a very conservative rhetoric, but a highly questionable ability to attract the ultimate deciders of the presidential election in November: the 20% independent votes.
  3. Mr. Romney: A candidate that has an impeccable past personal life, a relatively rich job experience but also questionable legislative and ideological past lenient to the center which happens to make him potentially able to attract the ultimate deciders of the presidential election in November: the 20% independent votes (or lose them all with the 40% Democrat as there is not much distinction with current philosophies).
  4. Mr. Paul: A candidate that has an impeccable past personal life, a very rich job experience, a very admirable package of eloquence, vision, and ideas to very fundamentally change things; a high capability to attract the ultimate decides of the presidential election in November, the 20% independent votes –but also the likelihood of losing part of the 40% Republicans…and the war on terror 🙂

…which one would you choose?

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Comments
  1. Jennifer Holt says:

    1. Gingrich,
    2. Santorum,
    3. Romney
    4. Paul….. right?

  2. Nathan says:

    Primaries are for ideology, elections are for compromise for the sake of victory, and Joel chapter 2-type assemblies are the only thing that gets us out of this mess, imho 🙂

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