Shook Ones: Hatin’ A** Republicans Worried About The Weak Candidates They Have Running For President

- By Bossip Staff Categories: Bolitics, ChitChatter, Cry Me A River

Look at these sorry bunch of suckas…

The Republican field of contenders for the 2012 presidential nomination is nearly set, but that has not stopped speculation about luring another high-profile contender into the race.

One of the big questions about which Republicans will enter the race was answered on Sunday when Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels joined a long list of party stalwarts who have passed on a White House bid.

While the decision bolstered two candidates already in the race — former Governors Tim Pawlenty of Minnesota and Mitt Romney of Massachusetts — it also spotlighted efforts to coax other prominent Republicans into the fray.

Governors Chris Christie of New Jersey and Rick Perry of Texas, along with former Governor Jeb Bush of Florida, are at the top of the wish list for Republicans unhappy with the current crop of contenders.

All three repeated their denials of interest in a 2012 bid after Daniels stepped aside. U.S. Representative Paul Ryan, who has led the party’s congressional efforts to trim federal spending, also insisted he would not run for the right to challenge Democratic President Barack Obama in 2012.

The flurry of speculation highlighted the dissatisfaction among some Republicans with the field, which also includes former House of Representatives Speaker Newt Gingrich, former Senator Rick Santorum, former pizza executive Herman Cain and Representative Ron Paul.

“You are seeing a lot of discontent. Republicans want a choice, and there are some prominent holes in the field,” said party strategist Ford O’Connell.

For those of you who may be into the whole Republican thing, is there actually a candidate that you think would honestly be better suited for President than Barack Obama???



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  • E-media =plantation2k

    If they weren’t so busy trying to block everything the democrats/president was trying to do they’d have their house in order.

  • Ben

    Lets hope this is true and they are a washed up party which they deserve to be.
    4 more years for Obama and Michelle.2012

  • ignoranceisbliss

    The entire republican field is flawed…Go Obama 2012.

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  • Youknowwhatitis

    Michael Bloomberg can forget it. He’s a corporatist; if he says anything else he’s lying. How does ones billion dollar fortune more than quadruple as a Mayor while homelessness is at an all time high? He’s the Hosnei Mubarak of NYC.

  • Gimmeabreak78

    The problem with the Republican announced and prospective candidates are as follows:

    1. Mitt Romney: He enacted Obamacare in his own state. He’ll be flip-flopping if he says he doesn’t like it now.

    2. Newt Gingrich: He’s a family values politician, but his wife #3 was mistress #2. Wife #2 was mistress #1 and he woke her up after her cancer surgery to tell her he was leaving her.

    3. Herman Cain: No elected office whatsoever in his past. His experience as businessman is interesting, but if he can’t even make Godfather’s Pizza #1, how can he make America #1? When’s the last time anyone ate a Godfather’s Pizza?

    4. Sarah Palin: Need I say more?

  • w

    They don’t wnt Barack as president but all of them are afraid they want be able to match his intelligence. Obama2012!!

  • I'm Just Me...Keeping It Real Since: 1983

    I don’t know who would do better,but I certainly know the above would do worse.

  • Shilee

    it’s funny how the republicans (AKA the SHOOK ones) are the MAIN ones clownin Obama but they are so SCARED to run against him, hahahaha that party is a friggin JOKE!!!!!!!!!!!

  • MariaErica

    It just makes you think that all the noise the GOP has been making about the POTUS for the last 28 months is nowhere near rooted in fact.

  • I Aint Mad at Ya

    . . . . NEXT !

  • Unico

    The GOP is spending too much time verbally bashing their President, blocking votes, and backtracking themselves to really show any form of potential for Presidency… in fact, I find it scary that they are so aggressive about being negative with the Dems in order, they are doing underhanded things.

    With Sarah Palin opening her mouth and not being able to keep it close, they Reps are losing American trust on that alone.

  • realdeal

    I see the token black dude is there. He is one of the “tea-party favourites” I guess cos he’s black he has to say bad things about Obama and democrats to be relevant.

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