A "Dream Team" cabinet for President Mitt Romney could include leaders from within the business, legal, political, and public policy worlds. The departments of commerce, energy, and transportation could be led by CEO's, marking a stark differenc from an Obama administration largely devoid of business executives.
Kristi Noem, Congresswoman representing South Dakota, a farmer and rancher.
Meg Whitman, former eBay CEO, current HP CEO.
Joe Lieberman, former Senator from Connecticut, former vice-presidential candidate, Democrat, and foreign policy hawk.
Jeb Bush, former Governor of Florida, leading education reformer.
Jack Welch, former CEO of General Electrical, free market advocate.
Health and Human Services
Bobby Jindal, Governor of Louisiana, policy wonk, reformist.
Rudy Giuliani, former mayor of NYC, national defense hawk.
Housing and Urban Development
Ken Blackwell, former mayor of Cincinnati, former Ohio secretary of state, board member of Club for Growth.
Cathy McMorris Rodgers, Congresswoman from Washington state, family in forestry and agriculture.
Mark Mix, president of National Right to Work Committee.
John Bolton, former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, national defense hawk.
David Neeleman, founder of three commercial airlines, including JetBlue.
Jeff Lacker, currently president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, provided a dissenting vote on QE3.
Pam Bondi, attorney general for the state of Florida.
Joel Griffith is a licensed attorney, admitted to the California State Bar. He graduated from the Chapman University School of Law with a dual emphasis in alternative dispute resolution and tax law. At Chapman, Joel was a charter board member and Treasurer of the Investment Law Society, served on the board of the Chapman chapter of the California Republican Lawyers Association, competed on both the mock trial and mediation teams. Joel has experience in public policy research, legislative analysis, and campaign leadership. Most recently, he worked with a Republican presidential campaign as MI state field director, OH state operations director, and parliamentarian/assistant delegate strategist in WA. As a journalist, numerous outlets have featured Joel's work, including redalertpolitics.com, breitbart.com, biggovernment.com, policymic.com, and safehaven.com. In addition to law and politics, Joel continues to manage an equities portfolio, focusing primarily on the banking sector. Joel's seeks to advocate for economic freedom and individual liberty.