The 2016 Republican Presidential Ticket

Okay, we lost. Our mourning period is over. Taking my cue from President Obama, I am now looking forward–to 2016.

Let me be one of the first to call for a Marco Rubio-Rand Paul ticket in 2016.

Why Senator Rubio? Well, first the superficial reasons:

He is young and therefore cannot receive any liberal prejudice against being “old.”

He is Hispanic and therefore cannot receive any liberal prejudice against being “white”–not to mention he will attract the desperately needed Hispanic vote. And they truly are desperately needed, their being the fastest-growing ethnic group in America.

He is handsome. This is subjective and obviously the least important reason to vote for somebody, but people really do consider these things. They’d rather not have to look at an ugly person on their TV for four years.

He is a deeply compelling, charismatic speaker. He draws people in and holds their attention.

He has an inspiring story, which you can look up on Wikipedia. People–idiots–like to feel, not think.

For those of us who like to think, we have substantive reasons to run Rubio in four years:

He has state experience, having been elected to the Florida House of Representatives and serving the state for ten years.

He has federal experience, having been representing Florida in the United States Senate from 2009 to the present day, and probably will still be a senator in 2016. He has been in government for 19 years, so it cannot be claimed that he has no experience.

Florida is a key state to win in elections.

He is a deeply religious Roman Catholic and therefore will not face anti-Mormon prejudice.

Conservatives love him. The three million third-party-voting saboteurs of this election will be eager to get to the voting booth on Election Day, 2016.

And why Rand Paul for Rubio’s running mate?

Paul is a Libertarian-leaning conservative with a solid understanding and support of the free-market system.

His family legacy. His father Ron has a cult-like following, much worse and far more annoying than that of Obama. Rand would undoubtedly receive his father’s endorsement as Vice President, and what Ron suggests to do something, his fans make that cause their raison d’être. So there will not be very many third-party votes in 2016, which caused Romney this year to lose the state of Florida.

Like Rubio, Paul is not an “old” white guy; in 2016, he’ll be 53; Obama was elected to a second term at age 51.

Also like Rubio, Rand Paul has a very strong faith in God, but he balances the ticket with his Protestantism.

Paul is currently representing Kentucky in the United States Senate, but he was born in Pennsylvania, which means the Republicans would stand a good chance of winning that key swing state as well as Florida, as mentioned above.

This Rubio-Paul team is only my recommendation for now, of course. I understand the field of candidates will be much different in four years, but it’s good to start throwing names around early. You can never be too prepared.



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  • Micheal Stone Sr.

    Unless a person works and pays income taxes or has retired after a life of paying taxes, THEY SHOULD NOT VOTE! Allowing this no different than allowing folks to go to a bank and simply take out money that is not theirs! Socialists are thieves and mooches, they are scum of the Earth!

  • TurtleShroom

    Poor people seem to vote Democrat. After all, the Democrats build their base as the “poor man’s party”.

    Therefore, wouldn’t Democrats want
    more poor people to stay in power?

    Never forget: the Great Society was a scheme to
    enslave people of all races and both genders to the government dole. It
    had nothing to do with alliviating poverty. If it did, wouldn’t there be
    results? Poverty is the highest since the seventies, and rising.

    Modern Democrats want to the poor to stay poor, or get poorer. Combining this with persecution of groups seeking to remove them from poverty, they want to increase the number of impoverished, because the impoverished depend on governmental handouts to live, and they have few alternatives anymore.

    The Republicans are the “party of the rich”, according to Democrats. Rich people vote Republican, right? Then doesn’t it stand to say that the Republicans want more rich people in our country?

    It’s a very simple way to win an election.

    1. Create a dependant demographic and shower them with just enough to eek out a saddened, desparate existance.

    2. Send charasmatic men to tell them things will get better, and promise them more. Then, turn around and keep the status quo while telling them they’ll get more of they keep voting for the same thing.

    3. Correctly inform this enslaved demographic that the “other guy” wants to remove the meager rations showered on them.

    4. Watch them vote in lockstep to keep you- and their only means of living -in power.

    5. Rinse and repeat with a healthy dose of slander and bias.

  • delsoft429

    I told all my friends before the election, Stallon said:”It is not who votes,it’s who counts the votes that matter”. When i told friends before the first election that he would try to be a dick tater(the way I want to spell it) they laughed at me, we will see. I predict you will never see another republican president again, and you might never see a white one either, Public corectness has ruined this country. I am 69 years old and I lived through the 50’s the best of times, now I am living through the worst of times. There are more non workers than workers, if you were a free loader who would you vote for. you get one guess.

  • delsoft429

    We are close to being doomed, but we are not yet, If you let them take our guns away we will all be subjects. It is sad what the waco did in the school, but even if guns were banned, he would have found one, or even worse yet he would have used a bomb, or something else. I don’t like talk about secession, what I would like to see is all the big cities be a state by them selfs, then maby my vote would count, the electoria collage sucks.What are the free loaders going to do when the rest of the people say the hell with working, and get on the band wagon. We never learn, every great empire before us fell from within, and thats where we are headed.

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