Gen. Petraeus, a Reagan-esque choice considering Reagan was the last nominee to pick a former CIA Director as his running mate, would be the ultimate pick. Petraeus is easily my favorite choice with the possible exception of Rubio, but there is no indication he is interested.
Your ignorance is astonishing. General Petraeus is an appointed government official and, thus, is prohibited from taking any part of political campaigning.
I am well aware of this, of course. Since you are unable to read between the lines, here is the point of saying there is no indication Petraeus is interested: He has never shown any interest in politics.
Your arrogance is not astonishing.
Even if we assume that he'd resign from CIA directorship in order to run for Vice President, such a reason to quit a key intelligence job would be pretty damaging to his image.
Somebody is afraid of the prospect, I see. Obviously the role of VPOTUS is nothing to sneeze at, especially if one is primarily interested in serving the nation.