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    VP Pick for Mittens?



    Post your predictions here.

    I am still going to go with Christie or Rubio as my guesses.

    Condi once again says she ain't interested.

    http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2...or-rob-portman
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    Re: VP Pick for Mittens?

    I don't think it's going to be Condi either.

    I don't think it's going to be Christie, I think he's this years Palin with less risk. He would be the attack dog but he could also turn people off.

    I think it's going to be Portman, I want it to be Rubio or Huckabee but I don't even think he's been considered.

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    Re: VP Pick for Mittens?

    Here it is, "thanks for thinking of me but no thanks, she says.

    But she'd make a great baseball commissioner.

    It's back to Christie and I think he's interested.


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    Re: VP Pick for Mittens?

    NY Times is saying Pawlenty..

    Not a base rallying pick, but not someone who will really lose him any votes (if they're right).
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    Re: VP Pick for Mittens?

    Bad pick, IMO.

    I know he needs to be safe with his pick, but he does not really add anything to the ticket.

    Maybe it's come down to who will actually take the job?
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    I wonder if a lot of the potential candidates didnt want to run with him?
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    Re: VP Pick for Mittens?

    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    Bad pick, IMO.

    I know he needs to be safe with his pick, but he does not really add anything to the ticket.

    Maybe it's come down to who will actually take the job?
    I kinda thought about that too. Like maybe guys like Rubio and Ryan are thinking, dude you're managing this campaign all wrong, I don't want a losing campaign on my record.

    Christie has said he'd take it though. Same with Mcdonnell (who I don't think adds much either)
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    Re: VP Pick for Mittens?

    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    I wonder if a lot of the potential candidates didnt want to run with him?
    One thing to keep in mind. This is just the NYT saying they think why Pawlenty may be a good pick.
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