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Thursday, November 09, 2006
2008: New Entrant
I'm also bringing South Carolina governor Mark Sanford into the rankings. The Wall Street Journal notes that fiscal conservatives aren't happy with their choices - McCain and Romney being the main ones, and that Mark Sanford fits into the Sam Brownback and Mike Huckabee group (both of whom I have in the rankings) as a potential guy for that side of the party.

Also of note is that South Carolina is an early primary state, and Sanford was just re-elected. So he's got that advantage. I'll debut him in the list at 30:1, pending some rumor that he's thinking about it.
posted by CB @ 3:03 PM  
  • At 10:58 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Senator Bayh is much awaited upon to announce his exploritory committee and is being looked forward to being the most important choice for President for the Democratic party and the United States Of America due to many things including his integerity, intellegent views on foreign policy, support of Israel in Middle-Eastern affairs, fiscal responsiblity in a bayh/bi-partisan manner, his strong stance on impressive education such as his 21st century scholars program that offers all students a scholorship, his experience as an seceratary of state, a two term governor, and a two term senator, as well as the strong and important region that he pulls in the election, feel free to rebutt this statement with anything that any of the other candidates have done, ie: Hillary, Gulianni, McCain, Richardson, Obama etc. but this is a minor list of what Senator Evan Bayh has achieved and still is yet to achieve...

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