In a Republican presidential primary, who would you prefer as the GOP nominee?
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#1 May 14, 2014
This is the best the Republicn Party has. It will be intersting to see how this 2016 poll turns out.
Good luck all Republicans in 2016.
#3 May 14, 2014
* A note to one of the top Posters this is for you.
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#4 May 14, 2014
My money is on Arnold Ziffel or Mr. Ed.
#5 May 14, 2014
You do realize that the founding fathers would have made certain that the only time Sarah opened her mouth it would have not been for the purposes of political advocacy, right?
#6 May 14, 2014
This poll was given a lot of thought, and made up for Columbus Topix.
Now is your opportunity to voice your support.
Remember it is for Tea Party Members, Republicans, KKK, those that hate unions, those that think America needs a change.
Those that hate ObamaCare.
Those that hate the poor, and love the rich.
Those that love to use the "N" word and hate Black People.
Those that don't want their guns taken and dumped ino a Florida Sinkhole.
Those that don't want their home bombed with a cruise missal from a drone, because you want to overthrow the U.S. Government.
Those that love Putin and welcome him to use nukes to destroy America. To those that don't remember the cold war. Those that forgot Russia can destroy LA with one Intercontinental Ballistic Missal with multiple nuclear warheads. To those that prefer war over diplomacy.
To those that believe those candidates have the answers, they can cut taxes for the rich, while cutting spending.
To those that would rather drive a Toyota, rather than a Ford, Chevrolet. Maybe a Lexus, Mercedes. To those that it is time for a real change.
To those that want the Keystone Pipeline.
To those that want more jobs.
To those that want to see 4% unemployment.
To those that want Social Security Cut.
To those that don't care if the old people die, SO WHAT!
VOTE for a REPUBLICAN
To those that want a Conservative - GOOD LUCK!
To those that want to cut the deficit!
T those that don't give a damn if we let in 20 million more illegal's for votes, who really cares?
To those that want their rich friends to make a killing, no matter how damn crooked they are.
#7 May 14, 2014
you forgot poverty capital.
Kentucky owns the poorest county in America, and entire state falls below average in per capita earnings.
Kentucky hates Obama for his stance on coal.
Kentucky receives government subsidies for citizens at highest % rate in the USA.
Kentucky is a religious state with little opportunity. Nothing happens in Kentucky but horse races.
#8 May 14, 2014
What about the Koch Brothers backed Ted Cruz? For everything good for America. Backed by every Conservative in America and every Conservative talk show in America.
#11 May 14, 2014
You old goat, I thought someone had kidnapped you for a ransom?
I see you are still the damn windbag you have always been.
“I AM GOING TO BE CRABBY”
Since: Apr 10
TILL THIS ELECTION IS OVER!
#12 May 14, 2014
As an Independent, I say BOO! To Palin and most on that list.
Definitely not presidential material!
#15 May 14, 2014
Neither are running but a team I would back would be Walter E. Williams and J. Kenneth Blackwell. To of the most intelligent americans still alive.
#16 May 14, 2014
And for some reason they keep electing Mitch McConnell. How strange.
#17 May 14, 2014
All that differs from Ohio in what way? Other than the beautiful women, that is.
#18 May 14, 2014
funny you asked.
They hate Obama.
Obama and coal, and Kentucky hates him.
McConnell is a moderate known as a RINO.
#19 May 14, 2014
How strange that the Republican Senate Caucus would elect a "RINO" as it's leader.
(Kentucky started electing Mitch McConnell, and was suffering what you previously described, long before President Obama.)
#20 May 14, 2014
You have confirmed, the Republican Party don't have anyone for 2016.
#21 May 14, 2014
Now those of you who think Wide Ass speaks for KY know better.
First of all, Oblamo hasn't set foot in KY in years. And the reason why is because KY is one of the least supportive states of the regime.
All that Oblamo has done is create more poor to add to the already too many the state started with. KY has fallen behind educationally even further and the unemployment rate exceeds the national average.
#23 May 15, 2014
Oh how the left is quick to point the finger at Republican's while they have resided over a doubling of people on food stamps, long term unemployed and eliminating the middle class.
War on Women - More single mothers living in poverty than ever.
You will see a cleansing of the Senate this fall followed by a neutering of Oblamo. Look for Reid to hit the airwaves with more of his senile accusations.
#24 May 15, 2014
Blacks with strong family values.
And you name Herman Cain. Why did he drop out of the race for President? He had won the Florida primary. Then the word got out of sexual impropriety. You must have one of the worst memories of anyone on Columbus Topix.
Next up is that liar on the Supreme Court, Clarence Thomas, accused of sexual harassment. He lied like a dog, just to become a Supreme Court Justice.
Black people lived on my Grandfathers farm. They treated me like I was family. I have had numerous Black Folks work for me. They have lived on my farms. I respect Black people, and those that choose to rob, and kill their own, and others, they deserve prison, just like White people that break the law.
#25 May 15, 2014
I see we have not even got close to picking anyone that will regain the seat in the Oval Office 2016.
I thought we had some pople that supported anyone but a Democrat on here. But they are as silent as church mice. This is not lookng very good for the Republicans so far. A very POOR SHOWING.
“I AM GOING TO BE CRABBY”
Since: Apr 10
TILL THIS ELECTION IS OVER!
#26 May 15, 2014
I'm an Independent!
When picking a candidate for president, or any office, one must have many considerations before putting their check by a name.
Reputation among peers and constituents
EXPERIENCE in government
Scandals, and other demeaning occurrences
Ignorant statements /press/ make front page
Party loyalty has gone by the way of the dodo bird!
Voting for an idiot not in any way qualified is ignorant, just because he's in your party. There are too many faux politicians today, and they only have one interest...themselves, power, money!
Research will help one to decifer which is best for the country.
Listening to blowhards on the radio,TV, have their own interest in mind.
Don't be a sheep, and be swayed by these vile personalities who spread lies,....... think for yourself!
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