Undecided GOP Field, IMHO

Rudy Guiliani: Would make a great Attorney General, not a snowballs chance in hell of being president. I lived in New York under “Disasterous”  David Dinkins, his mayoral predecessor. The difference in the city was like night and day. Dinkins was an amoral buffoon, allowed petty criminals and  lowlife thugs and lawbreakers to vandalize and terrorize New Yorkers, and let property owners leave their buildings and properties to deteriorate, turning neighborhoods into slums and war zones. Rudy came in, went after every infraction, no matter how minor. Made owners clean up their properties, and do all repairs, fix windows and such. New Yorkers felt safe again, and the crime rate reduction was so great, it brought down the average crime rate, nationally! I wouldn’t mind if he was elected, I think he could do it, but he apparently has no idea how to run a national campaign…America’s loss.

Chris Christie: If Michelle would leave obama’s diet alone, he would turn into Christie, and no one would notice a policy difference. Cap and trade, renewable energy fraud, sharia apologist, abortion activist until political flip-flop, no opinion on crime, death penalty, drugs, guns, free trade, immigration, Iraq, Afghanistan, privatizing Social Security, favors ending use of coal and oil, wasting more money on National Health Institute. What Ann Coulter bases her support of this progressive liberal on is beyond me.

Paul Ryan: Has no executive experience, but would be a wiz running the budget. Had the only plans that would have satisfied Standard and Poor, avoiding the downgrade. Has great Conservative record voting on a wide range of issues. He and Palin would make an unbeatable team, with him in the VP seat.

Sarah Palin: The total package, regardless of the incredible media attacks. One of the most competent politicians America has seen since Reagan. Scares the bejesus out of obama and progressives, because they know she will stop their degradation of America and American values, immediately. She would set progressivism back 100 years.

Donald Trump: Politically uncouth, but he’s not a politician. Not as smooth as Herman Cain, but I like “The Donald’s” bluntness. I’d make him UN ambassador and let him tear the place down. America would benefit more from UN building if Trump cleaned it out and made it a casino.

Mitch Daniels: Did well with his budget as Indiana Governor, but no one is paying any attention to him. Has the experience, but supports internet taxes, and renewable energy boondoggle. Some good policies, (guns, death penalty), but no position yet on immigration, free trade, Iraq, Afghanistan, Patriot act, drugs or social security. Phantom candidate, trying not to take positions yet, can’t really judge.

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  1. Ron Reale / Post Author

    I’m pretty sure this is a SPAM message, as it does not address my column specifically, but, because it is absolutely true, I’ll leave it as is.

  2. Ivory Wirtjes /

    The people of this Country need to wake up. We are being led by a party of Marxist Socialists: Obama, Pelosi, Reid, etc. with Obama being the Dictator. Never in the histoy of this United States have we had a leader where we have not had full background disclosure. His arrogance, his attitude on 60-minutes, etc., are warnings of what is yet to come. He is laughing in the face of our Constitution with the goal of completely replacing it with his own Mein Kemp! We are living in a very scary time. If the American People do not stand up and wage war against this administration, we are doomed. Obamas distributon of wealth will be in placeAmerica will never again be as it has been for over 200 yearsFREEwith freedom of expression rightsfreedom of worship rights, etc Obama is Hitler, Stalin, Mussolini, and Castro all in one body and his appeal is to the uneducated, lower class and elderly who believed his campaign promises of paying their bills, their mortages, distribution of wealth, FREE healthcare, etc. His Cabnet is filled with criminalshis association with other less desirable charactersReverend Wright, ACORN, etc gives a great deal of insight to his characterhe has NONE! Granted, the office of the Presidency is a very difficult job, and for the first time in my voting life, I do not respect or support the current president.

  3. Ron Reale / Post Author

    Mitch Daniels IS being courted to run, to this day. He may not run, and did say he wasn’t, but he still has plenty of time to announce, if he can be convinced to get back in. That’s why I alluded to him. Also, check the Standard and Poor statements…they said flat out that they wanted a minimum of 4 trillion in cuts to avoid the downgrade, weeks before they debt debate.
    http://news.yahoo.com/p-u-deficit-cuts-4-trillion-good-downpayment-174600124.html Ryans budget was acceptable to them.
    The facts are out there, I’m sure you can find them.
    Thanks for a cogent response, I hope we can keep it on this level in the future. I do not claim to always be right, I have opinions, as do you. Some will bear out, some won’t, doesn’t make either of us bad guys!
    Be well,

  4. Ron Reale / Post Author

    You’re speaking of a very successful politician, much more successful than the clown currently destroying our economy, with a strong record of accomplishments. She got 37 or so people elected to the Congress with her support. To discount her as you do seems incomprehensible, but, have at it!
    Be well, and thanks for not being overly insulting, as in the past. It makes for better dialogue to stick to facts and honest opinions.

  5. oNill /

    Also, Mitch Daniels is NOT an undecided candidate. He announced on May 21 that he was not running for president. And, while your praise of Paul Ryan is a bit more on target, this is just not factual: “Had the only plans that would have satisfied Standard and Poor, avoiding the downgrade.”

  6. oNill /

    Palin is a grifter. Anyone, regardless of their ideological outlook, who can’t see that has no business discussing politics with adults.

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