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... in 2016?
Nope. He had one shot, he's done.
It'll be Rubio or Christie (or both).
fsufsu said... I've got about 10 great stories on Lane but all you need to know is he will never be a loser, that's for sure.
No. Rubio, Christi, or Perry
If Christie can drop 100 lbs, its his to lose.
Eh, after hugging Bruce Springsteen and calling him his hero, I can't imagine he won't get ostracized by his own party like Romney did when he was running for the party ticket. Moderate Romney will turn into Moderate Christie. Perry blew it bad, his remarks are similar to Howard Dean, no chance either will ever run again. Rubio maybe, but I feel it'll probably be a Tea Party Candidate since after this election the Republican Party will concede to the Tea Party more power than ever before.
Lol at even bringing up his name for 2016
Dude should just go bang raw Ann in his pile of money
Moderate Romney would have been a MUCH closer race.
But the Republican party needs to wise up or it will never happen
Woah now, I think the dude has already been punished enough tonight by losing the election, no need to torture him.
The Republicans lost because they moved more towards catering to the Tea Party. Running a Tea Party candidate would be a huge mistake.
It wasnt a very close race, and Romney will be 69 years old the next time there is a Presidential election. His time is done.
Christie hurt Romney twice in this election.
Villaraigosa and Castro should be considered very strong possibilities. Unless the party philosophy shifts considerably back towards the center, the Republican game plan for 2016 will rely on taking a large percentage of the Hispanic bloc by running Rubio against a non-hispanic democratic candidate.
Villaraigosa is seeing a lot of airtime on a national level regarding Democratic commentary, and a Hispanic member of the Democratic ticket will force the Republican party to actually engage in a discussion of the issues and not just hype up the "We're running the Hispanic guy!" angle.
Jeb Bush is most likely going to throw his hat in the ring as well.
Romney was a terrible candidate all by himself:
putting his money in foreign bank accounts
His comments about 47 percent of the population being bums
refusing to release his tax returns
constant flip flops
Barack was a solid candidate in both of the last two elections but not a good candidate. Repubs just freaking blew it both times.
Sarah Palin was a disaster and so was Paul Ryan IYAM.
You really can't blame this election on Paul Ryan. Mitt Romney was just a bad candidate, and the Republican Party platform drives away every single group they need to attract in order to be a viable political party going forward.
I will have absolutely no problem with Hillary.
Rubio - to get the dominant Hispanic vote
Pretty much sums up his entire campaign
Sure, if the pubs want to lose again.
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No. Losing candidates just don't get another chance. Al Gore had a pretty strong showing in 2000, but it was Kerry who ran in 2004 for the Dems.
Romney was a terrible candidate. He was a liberal, who flip flopped to being a "severe conservative," who moderated his position by not giving any details about how he would govern. What the *** was that?
I usually vote for Dems, but I would absolute love to have a reasonable, moderate Republican to support. No crazy Bible thumpers like Santorum, conspiracy theorists like Bachmann, or Tea Partiers.
Meet at least in the middle on social issues and this vote will be split
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