Monday, September 20, 2010

Retreads

I'm not really liking my choices here:

Romney's in first place with 22% followed by Mike Huckabee at 21%, Newt Gingrich at 18%, Sarah Palin at 17%, and Ron Paul at 6%.

...How about you?

8 comments:

OldSouth said...

Bobby Jindahl seems to be one of the few conservatives out there who has grown himself a pair, thanks to dealing with the clown show in Washington this summer.

Would love to see him run.

yukio ngaby said...

Why is the perpetrator of RomneyCare in first place? Please...

These are some of the most disappointing numbers. Every time I get excited about politics, the Republicans trot out their leading candidates and then that excitement abruptly goes away. I mean Gingrich is ahead of Palin?

Oh well. Maybe in two years somebdody exciting will emerge or things will change for the better.

Anonymous said...

Old South,

As a resident of Louisiana we are glad we have Bobby as our governor, to a point. He's better than some we've had, but he's not exactly what he's touted as being.

Red said...

I wish a total libertarian nobody would just storm the polls.

Pat said...

Agreed...same tired bunch. I want to see Paul Ryan in there! Really wanted Condi to run, but I think she's had enough.

Clint said...

Of course Gingrich is ahead of Palin - while I don't denigrate the ex-governor's intelligence like the rest of the world seems to - I feel he's definitely got the brain power and know-how to do a better job. That being said...I agree about not being enthralled with any of them. If not for his last name, Jeb Bush would be interesting. Paul Ryan would be good in a few years.

Steve Burri said...

Ha! Those establishment types refused to include the Burri/Burri ticket!

TNelson said...

I've been pretty inspired by the clips and articles I've seen on Chris Christie - but maybe it's too soon for him or maybe I need to research him further. All I can say is if this is the best the R's can do - they may be in big trouble in 2012.