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Smurfection 25 points ago +26 / -1

I have on e disagreement with this article, I don't want Ron DeSantis to be the vice president. Those who become Vice President, rarely become President historically and the VP position has very little influence and power. It's something a politicians usually does at the end of their career, not while they are in their prime, like DeSantis is. Also, I would like to see DeSantis stay in Florida and make Florida a permanent red state. Ron DeSantis is too valuable to "waste" as Vice President.

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TheThreeSeashells 10 points ago +10 / -0

I've been telling people this same thing. Why would we want to take probably the strongest fighter against Leftism right now and give him a useless job, while leaving Florida to who knows what? I understand why the GOP would want to do that, but I want our strongest leaders actually leading. Particularly considering how few leaders we have.

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Smurfection 7 points ago +7 / -0

One of the worst and also the best things about conservatives, Republicans etc, is that we are utterly incapable of being herded by any outside force. That's great when we need to speak our minds consequences be darned, but it's horrible when it comes to organizing and actually understanding how the nitty gritty politics works. We sorely lack trustworthy "hacks" on our side. Most conservative and Republicans and right leaning people, understand Church, their own business, the ins and outs of how employer/employee relationships work, shipping, taxes etc but when it comes to how politics work, they are utterly clueless because they've never ran for office, worked a campaign from start to finish, or allowed actual organizers to "tell them" the score.

Look, VPs are a political position to nowhere. Putting someone in the VP position is like ending that person's career. It's a useless job and only matters if the president gets removed or dies. Put end-of-life candidates in the VP slot to get votes and to act like pitbulls. Really, the best VPs are the bombthrowers that constantly attack the opposition and that's pretty much all they're good for.

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Train_w_no_brakes 4 points ago +4 / -0

Same

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TheThreeSeashells 2 points ago +2 / -0

I've been telling people this same thing. Why would we want to take probably the strongest fighter against Leftism right now and give him a useless job, while leaving Florida to who knows what? I understand why the GOP would want to do that, but I want our strongest leaders actually leading. Particularly considering how few leaders we have.

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clownworld30330 1 point ago +2 / -1

And Trump is getting old and he fucked up by promoting so many RINOs and accepting the Bitch's advice on nominations and I can go on and on. Trump is and was awesome, but he doesn't have purple around him he can trust, and doesn't seem to have learned how to deal with the eGOP. DeSantis may bee opposed as strongly as Trump was, but he'll have a chance at a fresh start. I how Trump sees this too and helps.