Hypothetical: It’s 2023 & the GOP repeals the 22nd amendment allowing Trump to run for a 3rd term. 3 days later 77yo Trump dies of a heart attack. Barack Obama & Mike Pence are now your 2024 Presidential nominees. Who do you vote for?
We already endured Obama so go with Mike!
The guy that hasn’t already failed at being the President.
You’re right, Mike Pence hasn’t been president.
But Obama has succeeded at becoming president, so him.
A man who supports conversion “therapy”? No thanks.
Lol!!! I wouldn’t approve the 22nd Amendment be changed for either party, and especially not Obama. We don’t need another term of corruption from him.
Pence, no contest.
Big fan of theocracies, are you.
Get your Handmaid’s Tale on!
That would be the fastest amendment ratification ever
His pen and phone legacy disappears a little each day. Bill Clinton succeeded, Ronald Reagan succeeded. Even George W Bush succeeded in his first term.
The success came from getting Congress to work together and make changes that will last longer than the next hand holding a pen and a phone.
Anyone except the divider Obama. We don’t need an apologizer who gives billions away.
Pepsi, I didn’t say anything about becoming the president. I said the one that failed at being the President. As in they were already the President. And they were so bad that they are considered a failure. As in a failed Presidency. 8 years of failure. No accomplishments. No legacy. Nothing but a few shitty deals pushed through so he could pretend he did something. The failure.
Really don’t like Pence
Why would we regress to leading from behind and being flexible with the Russians.
Neither. Obama is gone. Pence can piss off. I want that guy from 24, David Palmer (the guy from Allstate, not the one from Oz) notToo bad he's only a character
I would vote for Pence.
On the Allstate commercial I mean
How about neither?