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[*] Post 319265 posted on 5-2-2008 at 09:47 Reply With Quote
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What are the chances that it will all be much clearer after the big vote today? Do you think there's any chance that Obama and Clinton might join forces as a "dream ticket"?
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[*] Post 319293 posted on 5-2-2008 at 12:41 Reply With Quote


In your dreams! Stranger things have been known to happen, time will tell.
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[*] Post 319305 posted on 5-2-2008 at 14:56 Reply With Quote


I do not think the race will be decided on the Democratic side. I exect Hillary to have a lead over Obama, but not enough to decide the contest. Since Obama's popularity and finances have been increasing, I expect he will stay in.

Hillary knows that the position of Vice-President is essentially powerless. (I'm trying to remember the famous political quote. "Not worth a bucket of warm spit," or something like that?) If Hillary would spend some time learning to be a good Senator, it is an important and influential position in its own right. It has not been for her so far, because she hasn't bothered to do anything important in it. I don't think she would take v-p.

I don't know if Obama would take it or not. He's young enough to make another run for the presidency later. Would he want to do it, after being tied to a Clinton administration? He might do better to stay Senator.
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