I'm not in like with Mitt because of his looks, he's not my type.
He probably doesnt even have a hairy Sean Connery like chest.
But I do think he looks the most presidential in his demeanor.
He stands taller and just has more of a commanding look than
the other two, like he's more self-disciplined. Imagine a G-8
summit and the impression made as our president walks into
the room - imagine that scenario with Newt, then Rick, then
Mitt. Which do you see taking command of the room?
It's been my observation that Ann tends to cast her lot with the northeastern Republicans more so than any particular conservative. She casts her lot with Romney, but she despises Fred Thompson (who is obviously vastly more conservative) solely because he voted against convicting Clinton. She defends Christie but I don't recall her ever having too terribly much kind to say about Haley Barbour.
Methinks she likes her conservatism with a blue-blooded northeastern accent.
I'd prefer Santorum (but wish he'd ditch those goofy sweater vests) or even Newt. So what's so bad about a shorter, little pudgy guy? I'll bet Newt would keep our enemies guessing. I hope Newt gets a little rest and recharges so he doesn't lose it again in a press conference.
Can you imagine how tough it is on all those candidates? We forget they're humans too. It would have to be difficult to withstand the constant character assassination.
I think someone kidnapped Coulter and have am imposter in her place. (maybe since I'm home more I've watched too many soap operas). :D
Someone must have brainwashed the Rove, too. He seems to be in Mitt's camp.
Last edited by SaintLouieWoman; 02-07-2012 at 03:56 PM.
Nobody castrated Coulter. You're just learning that, when the chips are down, she falls right in line with the rest of the establishment GOP.
Welcome to reality.
I would take a ham sandwich over obama again.
I am ABO all the way
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