The primaries are upon us. I sure wish we'd move these back into spring and make the conventions worth something. They are not worth the time and effort. They should be reduced to one day under the current voting process -- there is no strategy or anticipation, only boredom and inevitableness.
In the primaries, I firmly believe one should never vote for the person one thinks can win in the national election. Rather, one should vote for the person he feels has the best stance on the issues and demonstrates the best possible leadership for this nation.
The person I think will do the best, of those who are officially running for the Presidency, is Duncan Hunter. His core principles are more in line with mine than any other candidates. I agree with his positions on key issues including Right to Life, Judicial Appointments, Marriage, Educational Choice and Home Schooling, Hate Crimes & Sexual Orientation, Second Amendment, Tax Relief and Tax Cuts, Marriage Penalty Tax, Alternative Minimum Tax, Antiquated Taxes, Balanced Budget, Property Rights/Eminent Domain, Federal Obscenity Laws, Gambling, National Endowment of the Arts, Health Care Reform, Foreign Policy Issues, Illegal Immigration, United Nations and Trade.
I also like Mitt Romney and Fred Thompson, although not as much as I like Hunter. I feel these three are the closest to the conservative positions on the whole.
I do not favor Rudy Giuliani (still can't believe he's a Republican), John McCain (great American, poor Senator, absolutely lousy Republican) or Mike Huckabee (though I did at one time). These candidates are all center-left -- they are good on a few conservative issues but lack backbone and consistency in conservative principles. They are to the right of Clinton, Obama and Edwards but that's not saying much.
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