While some political analysts “decline” him mostly for being lack of experience, Fox News, “I certainly am not the most experienced person in Washington, D.C., but by the same token, I certainly have experience serving in government and particularly in the legislative branch in one of the largest states and more complex states in the country, in terms of public policy. And the good news is that every day that goes by, I gain more experience on these things.” Isn’t it an honest, humble acceptance of one’s compliment that certainly other politicians would never talked about it honestly? But honesty and determination are some of the values and principles America really needs, especially when dealing with solutions on how America will likely crawl to fight against from overspending to unemployment dilemmas that Obama administration would be going to pass them on should succeed., as his reply, told
Does experience really matter?
Not necessarily. While it takes only two years forin the U.S. House before he led America and three years for before he became president, it is not surprising for Marco Rubio to win America’s approval to become the vice president, who has only a year stint, should Mitt Romney pick him as his running mate, after all.
Ideally, Mitt should consider factors ranging from experience to experience to experience and not necessarily intellect, charisma, or magnificent appearance in the public because all of the contenders have all of these possessions. However, only in a Utopian world an ideal choice exists, and America has only a wise choice—wise enough to make it to the November election.
Statistically, experience had never become a strong determining factor why a candidate won. Neither have there been a quite number of standardized polls nor surveys that linked political experience to a candidate’s winning as considerably a major factor. Accurately, it is negligible.
In our experience as voters, most of us, we chose candidates based on what made us to choose them. This dilemma is apparently influenced by a self-assessment such as, ‘who is the most appealing?’ Relatively, in short, our choice is mostly influenced by the appearance of a thing or two. What made Americans to choose Barack Obama to lead them in the battle? It was Obama’s magnificent appearance to Americans that translated trust and confidence into votes.
Why Marco Rubio should Mitt Romney pick?
While intelligence, experience, and other criteria will likely to harvest interesting points to earn respect, charisma conquers all. You can not reason out lack of experience against Marco Rubio, because experience to help the president lead America will be experienced by him should we confide and trust him despite being a newbie. How could you become an expert in a certain field without passing through the novice stage? Besides, there has been no specific on-job-training for America's vice president for Marco Rubio to enroll in. What he has is his quality experience in the U.S. Senate. It doesn’t matter how many years you were in the politics; what matters most is how you would draw and translate trust and confidence you have projected before millions of Americans into votes.
Meanwhile, not to mention a quite number of surveys’ results that favor Marco Rubio over the rest of contenders for VP, not to mention the possible fact that Marco Rubio could be of wise help for Mitt Romney to win the base and harvest a make or break votes from the Hispanic-Americans, and not to mention the fact that Marco Rubio, being young and vibrant, is a perfect antidote for Barack Obama’s fans, Mitt Romney should never think twice to pick Marco Rubio as his running mate.
Now, if Mitt Romney is a true quality decision maker, then he must simply choose a young, winnable running mate, Marco Rubio.