Thursday, June 11, 2009

Weakest Link: Round 3


Ron Paul eliminated in Round 1
Newt Gingrich and Charlie Crist eliminated in Round 2

Round 3

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10 comments:

Conservative Scalawag said...

Gotta have to admit I am a bit bias, not a big fan of Mitt,but love Palin, even though I know she doesn't stand a chance in the president slot.

However,she will still make a great VP or cabinet memeber.

Also,still haven't heard back if you are interested in convoy with me and some other bloggers to the 4th of July Tea Party in Gwinnett. Let me know if you are.

RightKlik said...

CS: I can't think of any prominent Republican who would be worse than Obama, but of course figuring out who could beat Obama is a much more challenging question.

Z said...

This is fun and very interesting, RK..thanks for hosting it.

I have to go look up Eric Cantor; If I don't know who he is, most people don't know who he is. (not that I'm so smart, but you know how I keep up on politics, or try to!)

Thanks for coming by geeez...always great to have you there, I appreciate it.

RightKlik said...

Z: Thanks for voting. I've been pleasantly surprised at the level of participation.

WomanHonorThyself said...

how do we protect our nation my friend!!?

RightKlik said...

WHT: We're going to have to get a lot more vocal.

suek said...

I suspect you'll find Palin deep in the hearts of most conservatives. I'm not sure she can win - in fact, I'm pretty sure she can't. Maybe after a term or two as VP...

I'm not sure even I would want to elect her President - I'm not sure she's ready - although if she were running against Obama, I'd be out there on the streets working for her! To be honest though, none of the others move me much.

I like Bobby Jindal - but as I said before, I'd like to see confirmation that he wouldn't be eliminated by the natural born citizen thing. If I were a Democrat, I'd wait until he had been nominated, then challenge - if I thought he were not eligible. That would leave us in a terrible bind.

RightKlik said...

Suek: Who do I like is the easy question. Who can win is a much tougher question. I'm afraid Obama will be hard to beat no matter who runs.

suek said...

>>I'm afraid Obama will be hard to beat no matter who runs.>>

In an honest election, maybe not. The question is whether we can get an honest election...

http://directorblue.blogspot.com/2009/06/shock-acorns-own-manual-proves-it-lied.html

RightKlik said...

suek: Honest election? There's no way the election in 2012 will be honest.