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Time for VP

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Submitted by Jay1 (United States), May 1, 2012 at 18:18

My observation is that governor Christie is prone to an ego with a temper. It is bothersome that Americans have full confidence in a man for VP, that has been governor barely three years. Respectively, the same can be said of handsome Senator Marc Rubio,-as was the case in Barak Obama. We as a society,are way too attracted to near virgins. Time, to distinguish from media exposure, gets us to know people better. And in the short time Dr Pipes is referring to, Governor Christie seems to get angry over these odd, reasonable concerns. My vote for VP nominee is time.

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