2012's Republican Dark Horses

by Pejman Yousefzadeh on November 18, 2009

As compiled by Real Clear Politics. I could easily see myself supporting Mitch Daniels, who has tremendous experience as a political aide, a successful pharmaceutical executive, a Director of the Office of Management and Budget, and as Governor of Indiana. He has done a great job in helping Indiana weather the economic crisis, and he backs up his small-government talk with small-government action–to excellent effect for the state he serves. If he becomes President, he can use his experience as OMB Director to help reduce the size of government in Washington, and to cut out waste, fraud, and abuse; the man knows where the bodies are buried, after all, and he has demonstrated himself to be an excellent fiscal steward and guardian against big government while serving in Indiana.

  • G4DSD3N

    That's it? Just Mitch Daniels? Even if you don't think the others have a great (or a real) shot (or you don't like them), you could at least tell your audience (you remember us, right?) what you think of them.

  • G4DSD3N

    That's it? Just Mitch Daniels? Even if you don't think the others have a great (or a real) shot (or you don't like them), you could at least tell your audience (you remember us, right?) what you think of them.

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