Before a few of you jump my case for putting "politics on your precious baseball blog" (you know who you are), please keep in mind that 90% of the stuff posted here has nothing to do with baseball. Anyway, i'm not posting this to try to spark a debate between candidates, or between policies, or between Republicans & Democrats.
I'm just trying to gauge the pulse of the Red Reporter crowd. The primary is kind of like the mock draft of politics!!!
And i don’t think any of the polls from CNN, HNN, Fox News, MSNBC, BBC, CSPAN, et al probably have targeted the Red Reporter audience yet.
Some general stereotypes of them are:
Newt "baby lizard" Gingrich - Seen as the most qualified. Some consider him the best debater of the group. Fairly socially conservative.
"Fastball" Ron Paul - The all but forgotten candidate. Is definately on a different track than the other 3, being fairly libertarian.
"Catcher's" Mitt Romney - The most moderate/centrist. Seen as the best bet to defeat Obama. The media's favorite to win since day 1.
Rick "take me home" Santorum - The social conservative's conservative. The Tim Tebow of the candidates - the one viewed as the most outwardly "Christian", which some love and some detest.
Ohio primary is today. Who you got?
Mitt Romney (6 votes)
Newt Gingrich (1 vote)
Rick Santorum (6 votes)
Ron Paul (6 votes)
who cares. i'm voting Obama in November (23 votes)
Stupid Post! I realize 90% of the stuff on this blog is not baseball, but i draw the line at politics! (3 votes)
45 total votes