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Saturday, April 28, 2012

Why I Know Condi can't be VP

By Christopher Mason 
The same reason that individuals have said Jeb Bush can't be president is the same reason I'll put my neck out and stake that Condi cannot play the part of VP. Don't get me wrong, I think she would make an amazing VP and there's not a better woman right now that I can think of that would be qualified more. Palin? Pah. Bachman? Go back under a rock. Condi? Right on.

There is however a large reason that Condoleezza Rice will not be chosen as VP and that is she served under George Bush. Think about it like this... You're sitting in a crowded theater and you scream FIRE! Everyone's going to run. You're flying on an airplane and someone screams BOMB! Everyone's going to become terrified. A girl is sitting next to her boyfriend and she tells him she's running late, he offers to get her a cab... You get where I'm going with this?

All the Liberal Media and the left have to do is say... "Remember George Bush? Romney's going to take us back there." And as much as I love Mitt Romney we all know it's an uphill battle to defeat an incumbent president, even one that has terrible polling numbers because at the end of the day, most of the voters in his party will come back to him. They would link Rice to Bush every way possible and it would eventually become Obama versus Bush which, I personally believe is why George W. Bush hasn't endorsed nor is campaigning.

It's not so much as Bush being the reason this country is in the state it is but rather the fact he was the President at the time it started to fall down the hill. It also doesn't help that whenever there's a problem, Liberals blame Bush. The solution to this is choosing a candidate for VP that is well known and well respected but has only enough experience to make him or her viable rather than venomous. This is why I believe Christie, Rubio, or a few others but they all have their negatives.

The only downside I see with Rubio is you will have birthers, just like there were with Obama. You will also have those arguing that he doesn't have enough experience, oh well. I think Marco Rubio has plenty of experience to play the part of Vice President and hopefully we see him fill that roll come this summer.

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