Back by popular demand (thank you both) is my ladies only Rule 5. Ladies, suggestions are always welcome so please let me know who you would like to see in the omments.
Dr. Charles Krauthammer
Krauthammer is a Pulitzer Prize winning columnist and panelist on Special Report with Bret Baier
Who graduated with his class at Harvard Medical School despite a diving accident that left him paralyzed during his first year of medical school. Called a “central conservative voice” by Politico’s Ben Smith, Krauthammer served as a speech writer for Vice President Walter Mondale in 1980, a fact that makes me feel only slightly better for having voted for Jimmy Carter in 1976.
Comedian, actor, sportscaster, and political commentator, Miller’s segment on O’Reilly Miller Time is don’t miss TV.
In 1996 Miller referred to himself as a “conservative libertarian” on a Playboy interview. After 9/11 he became much more vocal in his support of a variety of conservative issues. It is too difficult to come up with a single favorite line from Miller, but I certainly appreciate his comment on The Leno Show that he doesn’t believe in Global Warming but even if it does exist he doesn’t mind because he doesn’t like being cold.
Ryan serves in the House representing the land of totally handsome men and shares a birthday with Obi’s Sister and myself. A trained economist, the author of “A Roadmap for America’s Future: 2.0”, caught President Obama flat-footed during the health care summit with his analysis of the flaws in the Dems health care plan.
At only 40 years old, he is the Republican to watch.
The award winning actor and director received the Presidential Citizen Medal from President George W. Bush for his work with Iraq war veterans and their families. He is a co-founder of Operation Iraqi Children, a charity that provides school supplies to children in Iraq.
Sinise, described as a conservative Republican, can be seen weekly on CSI: New York.
After serving three terms in the House, Thune moved to Senate by defeating then Minority Leader Tom Daschle. This was the first time since 1952 that a sitting Minority Leader had been defeated.
Thune, an MBA, served in the Small Business Administration during the Reagan presidency.