2016 – Too Many Hats in the Ring

By Craig Andresen – The National Patriot and Right Side Patriots on cprworldwidemedia.net

Why are they running or, at the very least, even thinking of running?ran 1

That is the question that must be asked regarding several potential Republican presidential candidates as the time to go fishing or cut bait for 2016 is directly upon us.

Mike Huckabee…a nice enough guy and the former Governor of Arkansas has announced that he intends to announce on May 5th but why? Why would he or SHOULD he be throwing HIS hat in the ring?

He ran in 2008…he came in 2nd…soooo…he has a chance in 2016? Well…no…not at all because that 2nd place finish was such a DISTANT 2nd place it’s almost as though he never ran at all. McCain, in 2008, the establishment choice garnered some 1,378 delegates to become the nominee while Huckabee only managed to scrape together a mere 240.

In 2012…Huckabee looked good in the pre-race polling but, declined to enter the race at all so…why NOW? Is he basing his 2016 run on a distant 2008 2nd place finish and a never ran at all 2012 election?

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A Question for the Anybody But Mitt Crowd

Over a considerable amount of time and through the ability to do copious amounts of research, I have become reasonably good at figuring out political quandaries.

I don’t always get it exactly right but, I honestly wish I weren’t right as often as I am.

Finding the answers to questions regarding political ideology, political history, how dots are connected and the end games of certain politicians have become a passion.

I’d like to think I’ve become pretty good at it.

Currently, however, the answer to a most perplexing political question eludes me.

I’m asking for your help.

There is no cash prize involved, like the sum given to the brilliant mind which created the $50.00 light bulb but rest assured, you’ll have my unending gratitude.

Please, somebody…Explain to me exactly how…

Splitting the 2012 presidential vote between Romney, Gingrich, Paul, Cain, Palin, Johnson, Dummett, Tittle and any other number of known or unknown candidates of personal choice will defeat Obama.

Conservatives agree, after all, that Obama needs to be defeated and that if he isn’t, the situation is dire.

In that, at least, there IS agreement.

Thus, the quandary…

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