The first-term House member from Florida is a Tea Party favorite for his conservative views and long military record. He entered the Army through the ROTC program but left in 2004 amid controversy, after admitting to firing a gun near the head of an Iraqi police officer he thought had information about a plot to ambush him and his unit.
He ran for the House in 2008 and lost but won two years later. His home state packs Electoral College punch but the interrogation incident could be a vice presidential demerit."
He should also have his brain removed for examination. He's a lunatic.