Skip to comments.Wisconsin's Scott Walker shuttles to Iowa and other battleground states to ignite bid for presidency
Posted on 07/26/2013 8:50:08 AM PDT by NCjim
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ONLY as the TOP of the ticket!
NEVER as the Veep candidate SOP to the conservatives while the GOPe retains control of the party and put’s the next RINO who has “earned his turn” onto the top of the ticket.
Yeah, I think Walker was just going with the winds on immigration, but not a good sign. I don’t know how these people don’t get it.
Hopefully, the bill will be killed this year. But the issue will not go away until the problem i.e. the flow of illegals, is actually solved. And since unmanned drones can be turned off and border agents can be ordered not to do anything, we need a physical barrier, which means The Secure Fence Act needs to be fully funded and fully completed.
Rick Snyder is the same way.
Tough on unions but pro amnesty.
The 2016 ticket will be packed again, conservatives again will be so divided, and will so run down each conservative candidate, that the last one standing will again be a RINO!
IMO based on previous observations.
“He has a lot of respect and admiration on this side of the Wisconsin border,” said Bob Vander Plaats, president and CEO of the Family Leader, a socially conservative organization in Iowa where Plaats is a GOP kingmaker.
But others said Walker’s mastery of retail politics will blunt voter worries and boost his chances in New Hampshire and Iowa. While running for governor, Walker rode his Harley across the state, wore a Green Bay Packers jersey, tailgated at Lambeau Field and held brown-bag lunches in offices across Wisconsin. Those who have watched his political career say he has only gotten stronger on the stump.
Former New Hampshire Republican Party Chairman Wayne MacDonald said Walker wowed the rank and file at the state party convention last year.
“I remember introducing him and the crowd went absolutely wild. I’ve never heard a louder crowd at a convention,” MacDonald said. “He was down to earth, he was conversational, he was unassuming.”
Walker remains largely unknown to most Republicans in New Hampshire, the nation’s earliest primary state, despite his travels there, MacDonald said.
Well, then we don’t have any candidate good enough to run in 2016. I suggest until Jesus returns to earth, that we just let the Dems have it - we can all stay home in protest and biotch and moan.
There just isn’t anyone good enough to run as the Republican nominee. I hate the amnesty thing too, but dang it - everyone of them have warts. There just isn’t anyone to vote for.
Morons like you are unworthy of wasting time on.
Maybe you could relocate to the border so you can kiss the ass of every illegal entering the country because I sure as hell don’t want some whore kissing mine.
I would like Scott, Cruz, Condi Rice. Though I don’t know how Condi is fairing these days.
Most capable candidate.
Walker for President with a proven track record in turnaround
Rand Paul for VP with an ability to talk about freedom
You are a foul-mouthed, moron and I’m not in favor of amnesty. You totally missed the point of my post, so I won’t waste my time on lecturing you about brushing up on your reading comprehension skills.
What I am is someone with a memory who recognizes you moderate Kapos who are more interested in getting along with the democrats who own you than doing anything right for the company.
I’ll make sure everyone recognizes your kind.
An election is coming up and the kapos ooze back in.
You are one sick puppy.
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