Message from discussion #Pick-a-Veep for Mittens
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From: MattB. <trdell1...@gmail.com.......>
Subject: Re: #Pick-a-Veep for Mittens
Date: Fri, 13 Apr 2012 17:35:15 -0700
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On Fri, 13 Apr 2012 17:21:35 -0700 (PDT), Matt
>On Apr 12, 6:33 pm, 2960 Dead <d...@gone.com> wrote:
>Rather than play the game, or argue, I'll take the question seriously.
>Were I Mitt, my choice would be Jon Huntsman. He's a moderate, which
>win you some center votes. He's from the Mid West which might help a
>Of course, he's also another Mormon, which would hurt. Okay...
>Jeb Bush is an option, although I think he hurts the ticket more than
>But at least there's some name recognition and the whole Bush
>I think we can rule out Santorum, Perry, Cain, Bachman and Palin.
>What Mitt needs is someone that can help him with the popular vote,
>with the moderates, and help him with the fact that he's stiff and
>clueless. Since the
>VP technically does NOT have to be eligible to be President (I'm happy
>why to people that don't understand) I would go with Ahnold. No,
>seriously, I would.
What about Ron Paul?