If We Can't Have Chris Christie, Let's Try Frankenstein

By | October 4, 2011

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0 thoughts on “If We Can't Have Chris Christie, Let's Try Frankenstein

  1. S. L. C.

    If you read only the first sentence of the 10 paragraphs above, you could make the case that it describes Barack Obama. If you read all of the 10 paragraphs in their entirety, Barack Obama falls to the wayside, and Newt Gingrich comes to mind.

  2. Kira Davis Post author

    Really? Most people aren’t satisfied? Or middle-of-the-road Republicans aren’t satisfied? I feel the opposite. I think we have a very diverse and strong field and pretty much everyone up there is a better pick than Obama. I think those in the GOP who are less conservative don’t like the field because they are uncomfortable with conservatism. They want more Romneys. They haven’t yet realized that the game has changed and the way we choose candidates is changing. Its a great field minus one or two.