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At this point, I reckon Scott Walker but I'm not really following this. I also reckon that Rand Paul, at this stage, has some very devoted supporters who make him seem important.

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Rand Paul is a non-factor...unelectable on a national ticket.

Yet the Democrats may possibly choose Hillary Clinton - who IMHO is unelectable. So, it happens. Indeed, I suspect the only way that Walker will "make" President, as you Americans term such, is if he faces Clinton épouse.

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Yet the Democrats may possibly choose Hillary Clinton - who IMHO is unelectable. So, it happens. Indeed, I suspect the only way that Walker will "make" President, as you Americans term such, is if he faces Clinton épouse.

Hillary Clinton is far more electable than Rand Paul. She can raise far more money, and has more experience and organization for a presidential run.

CPAC and Iowa straw polls don't matter much.....

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Rand Paul is a non-factor...unelectable on a national ticket.

Anyone who moves far enough to the right to please the rabble of the Tea Party will be unelectable on a national ticket.

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I like Ohio governor John Kasich. To me he is the general poll republican. Probably can't get any fund raising though.....too rational.

Good suggestion, I had forgotten about him. He's kind of under the radar. If he doesn't, he'd be a great VP pick.

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Anyone who moves far enough to the right to please the rabble of the Tea Party will be unelectable on a national ticket.

Paul is more of a libertarian, non-interventionalist.

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I'd have to say probably Jeb Bush, with Scott Walker as a possibility. Although I think Marco Rubio has a decent shot as well.

I agree, I think the top of the ticket will be either Bush (likely) or Christie (maybe), with the eventual bottom half being Walker or Rubio....

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Ted Cruz is running to make the eventual winner seem like a moderate by comparison.

-k

Given that, I suppose The Donald is running to make the eventual winner seem intelligent and reasonable.

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That is a seriously pathetic list.

Is that the best the GOP can do?

Why is it pathetic? Regardless, the list will grow as others will also enter the race. There are some governors that still haven't decided.
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Why is it pathetic? Regardless, the list will grow as others will also enter the race. There are some governors that still haven't decided.

It's pathetic because your selection is very limited. Sure let's put another Bush into office. Can't be wose that Obama wich was worse that GWB, which was worse than Clinton, which was worse than Bush Sr which was .. and on and on.

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Or just another Bush.

#3 just to put emphasis on it. As we have not had a second Trudea ... yet. Not that I support Trudeau or anything. Because not stating that also means I am with the terrorists.

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