A Place for All Conservatives to Speak Their Mind.
Good Interview. I now see why he should be strongly considered as Romney's VP candidate.
Please, tell us why Rubio should be "strongly" considered, Lionhead? Details, please.I don't wish to bash, but Rubio's a bit silly. He goes to two different churches (Baptist and Catholic).And over the last year his answer to a journalist's question wins as the silliest. When asked if he thought about being President, Rubio said that he never thought about "a particular office in politics." Also, I don't appreciate how he had no problem with Obama suing AZ. Instead, he chose that moment to criticize AZ along with Rove, Jeb Bush, and Rick Perry. Not great compadres, and birds of a feather flock together.And becoming a member of the Mormon faith required being baptized with a vow. He says he remained Catholic while Mormon.That means he's a man who doesn't take his vows/oaths too seriously. The ONLY way to become Mormon is baptism.I know of more seasoned, serious, and appropriate VP pic's. I hope everyone else does, too. Rubio is "too young" in a way that has less to do with age and more to do with weakness, baby talk, and nonsense.
Marco Rubio is simply not prepared to be president, which means he's not prepared to be VP.He has virtually zero executive/leadership experience, and would thus require extensive on-the-job training as POTUS.Just like Obama in 2008.I've said it before and I'll say it again: VA Governor Bob McDonnell is far & away Romney's best option for VP, and Romney knows it. Romney will make it official later this month, or by the end of July at the latest.
Post a Comment