(3) - Mike Huckabee
Polling data has not been good for the former Arkansas Governor, as Huckabee is now the worst performing Republican against Obama according to Rasmussen Reports and Huckabee made a silent attack on Palin earlier this week, a move which Conservatives as a whole will not appreciate.
(2) - Mitt Romney
Though the former Massachusetts Governor is still not in the news enough, recent polling data from Rasmussen Reports indicates the well liked potential candidate is performing the best against Obama, however, with the health care debate in full force, and the horrific health care legislation Romney pushed while head of state in Massachusetts, he is not a strong enough candidate on the leading issue of the hour.
(1) - Sarah Palin
Sarah Palin has a combination of what Huckabee lacks and what Romney needs. Sarah Palin is the middle of a Nationwide book tour, her Conservative base is energized, over 700,000 books have been sold, rumors about a possible Presidential bid have been fueled through a comment Palin made in Florida, she is well known opponent of the Democratic health care plans, and recent polling data suggests she is gaining in the polls.
Sarah Palin is now the strongest of all potential Republican candidates, Mitt Romney is gaining momentum, however, his promise land will be economic issues as a whole, not health care, and Huckabee appears to be moving towards campaign mode earlier then the other candidates, though his polling numbers are not looking swell.
First edition of the Top 3 Republican candidates for President in 2010 political feature - http://jumpinginpools.blogspot.com/2009/11/top-3-republican-candidates-for.html
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