A Heartbeat Away

Early guess at who Mitt Romney will choose for a running mate from The Daily Beast…

The Bachelor, Republican vice-presidential edition? Mitt Romney is meeting with several top vice-presidential favorites this weekend while on a private retreat with top fundraisers in Utah. At the retreat: former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty, Senator Rob Portman, Congressman Paul Ryan, and Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal—and they will be joined by former Florida Governor Jeb Bush and former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.

Is Marco Rubio totally out of the picture?

3 thoughts on “A Heartbeat Away

  1. Whomever Mr. Romney chooses, and if he should win as seems likely given the endless disasters of the current occupant of the White House, he or she will be far, far more satisfactory than Mr. Biden. Mr. Biden brings new meaning to the term “gaff-prone.” Coupled with a vanishingly dismal level of intelligence, a history of admitted plagiarizing, and an astounding ignorance of economics and history on Mr. Biden’s part, , if Mr. Obama prevails, we can only wish Mr. Obama the Mr. Spoke wish of, “live long and prosper.”

  2. I think Ms.Rice is the best choice-she is an expert on Russian politics and Russia is again under a virtual dictatorship and laying down challenges in various locales.
    Plus,her experience as NSA and Secty of State are hard to match.
    Romney is claiming to have the answers for the economy-he needs a person strong on foreign policy and international affairs with him.
    Something tells me there is no “dirt” to find on this lady either.

  3. There is no need to dig up dirt as you call it on Secretary Rice. Her performance as National Security Advisor alone should disqualify her from any future high level jobs in any White House. Vice President Cheney and Secretary of Defense Rumsfeld ran roughshod over her in that position with George W. Bush. The fact that that Administration seemingly ignored intelligent warnings of imminent internal attacks in the months and weeks preceding September 11, 2001 is squarely on her as the National Security Advisor to the President. She should have never been rewarded with a promotion to Secretary of State.

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