Well you are right on everything in your post......
The problem I have with Cruz is he will take votes away from Walker who really is in the position to not only win the nomination but win the General. Cruz is a nice guy and maybe VP but he is too inexperienced and voters won’t make the mistake of having a one-term Senator again at least for a decade or two. Walker and Cruz are young so Walker can do the first 8 and Cruz will have enough time to do the next 8....that would be 16 years of perfect Presidency years. Also if Cruz was VP, Walker could teach him about executive ins and outs and how to get things done. Cruz is wonderful at policy but getting things passed is what Walker and teach him.
“Also if Cruz was VP, Walker could teach him about executive ins and outs”
Walker — Cruz. Excellent. It may take 16 years to begin to turn the ship around.
You act like Walker is OWED those votes. Like he is entitled to them.
Sorry. No sale.
The ticket needs to be Walker-Cruz or Cruz-Walker. They should work to that end and make quick work of the pretenders. Time would seem to be short.
‘Cruz is a nice guy and maybe VP but he is too inexperienced and voters wont make the mistake of having a one-term Senator again at least for a decade or two.”
So you think that Obama would have been a better president if he had a few more years in the Senate under his belt? I don’t know why voters wouldn’t support a one-term senator because of Obama. It isn’t Obama’s lack of experience that is the problem. Obama has been very successful and accomplished what he wanted to without firing a shot. Think about it. A one-term senator and community organizer completely destroyed our Constitution, turned over most of the middle east to radicals, destroyed our country’s healthcare system and need I go on? Oh, proclaimed himself dictator and neutered our Congress. That’s a lot from a clueless one-term senator.
There is a lot of collective experience in Washington. Years and years of it and look at what a mess they have made of it all. What is lacking is not experience, it is will, love of country, honor, respect for the people.
A candidate may have years of experience in the Congress or a governship but if they are not of good moral fiber and do not put our country first and have respect for we the people and our Constitution and laws what is the point? And as far as I know, Obama is the only one who has experience in running a country by fiat. Whomever will become president will be experiencing not running a country as much as putting a country back together again. In that case, none of the candidates have that experience under their belts.
Who went to college and who didn’t, who is leading in the phony poll of the week, who was a senator and who was a governor or who gave the latest most rousing speech are useless ways of choosing our next president for these times. We don’t have the luxury to be frivolous.