Hotdish Politics: Here we go again: T-Paw for veep?

  • Article by: RACHEL E. STASSEN-BERGER , Star Tribune
  • Updated: June 2, 2012 - 5:55 PM
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owatonnabillJun. 3, 12 8:02 AM

I doubt Pawlenty will be considered seriously. He and Romney are too alike politically, and Pawlenty does nothing to help convince swing states like Florida and Ohio that a vote for Romney is a good thing. Aside from that the man is pure vanilla. Had he stayed in the race instead bailing as quickly as he did, especially in consideration of how fast the other "candidates" fell by the wayside, he'd have been considered a rational alternative to Romney. Now, he's merely an echo.

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tpawforpresJun. 3, 12 8:41 AM

Your answer Owatonnabill is spot on. Unless Romney enjoys looking in a mirror for the next four years Pawlenty will not be the choice. Plus even with TPaw I'm not sure he could take MN which compared to Ohio or Florida is inconsequential in electoral votes.

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justthetruthJun. 3, 1210:20 AM

No. No. No.

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jpcooperJun. 3, 1210:27 AM

Hes not even on the "long" list!

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fourtwozeroJun. 3, 1210:29 AM

Pawlwnty is vanilla but so is Romney. Romney can't afford to pick someone who is too charismatic, like Christy, because he'd end up looking like milk-toast. Pawlenty's blandness might actually be an asset for Romney - he'd look like the charismatic one on the ticket.

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betty99Jun. 5, 12 7:20 AM

What an ego this man has. As an Obama supporter, I welcome him as Romney's VP

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mrnice50Jun. 5, 12 6:46 PM

What an ego this man has. As an Obama supporter, I welcome him as Romney's VP..... He would be 100 times better then the loud mouth vp biden......IMHO

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