Video: Dennis Miller makes his endorsement for 2008

posted at 9:00 am on January 27, 2007 by Allahpundit

I can think of two reasons why it’ll never happen, with a third a distinct possibility. First, McCain and Giuliani are both egomaniacs. Neither would be willing to fill the bottom of the ticket. Second, they’re both perceived as socially liberal (somewhat unfairly in McCain’s case). The GOP needs at least one social con on the ballot, which is why Romney’s practically guaranteed the VP slot if he wants it.

And third, Rudy might not be running.

Good stuff from DM otherwise, though, especially the bit on Edwards. I should probably cut a few clips of Chuck Norris from the rest of the show; I learned a few new cool facts about him by watching. Cool fact about Chuck Norris: he’s visibly uncomfortable speaking extemporaneously. Cool fact about Chuck Norris: English appears to be his second, or possibly third, language. Those sorts of facts.

I admire his taste in politicians, though. Newt “Graingrich” is a pretty impressive guy.



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McCain can’t win. Too liberal to survive the GOP primaries, and still won’t have a “D” next to his name in the general election to sway Democrats. The sooner people accept that, the quicker we can move on.

Rudy G., assuming he can ease fears of not trying to do the social stuff that he likes at the national level, will likely become the next President of the United States.

VP? Powell still looks good, but then again, so does J.C. Watts. If Tommy Franks would only make himself available, that would be another great option.

itzWicks on January 28, 2007 at 8:36 PM

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