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Liberal Gramma Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu May-15-08 09:52 AM
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18. That may be so, but it would not be the strongest choice
Richardson, for his foreign policy experience, or Webb, with his military background, either would bring more to the ticket. You have to think past the election to the actual administration. I don't think it is the case that Obama loses without Clinton.
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  -If Clinton Wants VP, Obama Can't Stop Her keep_it_real  May-15-08 09:45 AM   #0 
  - I Doubt It  JimGinPA   May-15-08 09:46 AM   #1 
  - put me down as another doubter.  Lerkfish   May-15-08 09:47 AM   #5 
  - Add another Doubter here.  quantass   May-15-08 09:49 AM   #7 
  - Yet another doubter here.  Zavulon   May-15-08 10:07 AM   #35 
  - Wow, how arrogant. n/t  ProSense   May-15-08 09:47 AM   #2 
  - No Surprise /nt  NotThisTime   May-15-08 10:08 AM   #37 
  - HAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!! n/t  greguganus   May-15-08 09:47 AM   #3 
  - You cannot combine change with the continued appeasement of the DLC  newmajority   May-15-08 09:47 AM   #4 
  - Haw! Haw! Haw!  DaveTheWave   May-15-08 09:48 AM   #6 
  - There's a problem with that  IWantAnyDem   May-15-08 09:49 AM   #8 
  - If this is true  Andy823   May-15-08 09:49 AM   #9 
  - Wow. This must be another person living in Hillaryworld.  dkf   May-15-08 09:50 AM   #10 
  - Written by Bob Beckel - manager of Mondale's campaign?  marylanddem   May-15-08 09:50 AM   #11 
  - okay  rniel   May-15-08 09:50 AM   #12 
  - That would piss me off -  OhioBlues   May-15-08 09:50 AM   #13 
  - superdelegates would never vote for Obama and then undercut him in that way. Beckel is a joke.  virtualobserver   May-15-08 10:10 AM   #40 
     - Thanks - nt  OhioBlues   May-15-08 10:14 AM   #43 
  - It doesn't matter how many delegates you have, Obama. The Queen will not be dissuaded.  Occam Bandage   May-15-08 09:51 AM   #14 
  - queen  enid602   May-15-08 10:09 AM   #38 
  - please  malta blue   May-15-08 09:51 AM   #15 
  - Asking questions, then answering your own questions. Does it remind me  DAGDA56   May-15-08 09:52 AM   #16 
  - Right. He wishes; rather presumptuous of him. nt  babylonsister   May-15-08 09:52 AM   #17 
  - That may be so, but it would not be the strongest choice  Liberal Gramma   May-15-08 09:52 AM   #18 
  - I agree; I prefer Webb  keep_it_real   May-15-08 09:55 AM   #23 
     - I Just Love  CindyKay   May-15-08 10:04 AM   #28 
  - "...and the Clinton machine puts its full weight behind it, she will be on the ticket."...  islandmkl   May-15-08 09:53 AM   #19 
  - I guess somebody let Cheney's VP power grab go to their head.  sfaprog   May-15-08 09:53 AM   #20 
  - Wrong. That's not how it works. The nominee picks the VP.  TexasObserver   May-15-08 09:54 AM   #21 
  - And her PLEDGED delegates are under no obligation to support her for VP  jsmirman   May-15-08 10:04 AM   #29 
     - True. She will begin to lose her own delegates as soon as June 4th gets here.  TexasObserver   May-15-08 10:14 AM   #41 
  - Not if Obama threatens to drop out if they do  4themind   May-15-08 09:54 AM   #22 
  - If "The Clinton Machine" were all that powerful, she'd be the nominee right now. (NT)  JaneQPublic   May-15-08 09:58 AM   #24 
  - What this writer failed to consider is that VP's can be completely irrelevant if the President wants  nomad1776   May-15-08 09:59 AM   #25 
  - VP would be a demotion for Hillary. She is a powerful NY US Senator......  suston96   May-15-08 10:00 AM   #26 
  - nope  Growler   May-15-08 10:03 AM   #27 
  - My email to Dan Abrams on this bs:  IDemo   May-15-08 10:06 AM   #30 
  - She shouldn't want it or accept it. It would be ridiculous of her to be his VP  aquarius dawning   May-15-08 10:06 AM   #31 
  - I'm not so sure they have that much clout anymore...  nomaco-10   May-15-08 10:06 AM   #32 
  - ## DON'T DONATE TO DEMOCRATIC UNDERGROUND! ##  DU GrovelBot   May-15-08 10:06 AM   #33 
  - The inevitable VP nominee?  Hepburn   May-15-08 10:07 AM   #34 
  - The DLC can't pay their fucking bar tab, they can't force shit. nt  billyoc   May-15-08 10:08 AM   #36 
  - Fuck no. n/t  Lady-Damai   May-15-08 10:10 AM   #39 
  - Horsepucky.  Tesha   May-15-08 10:14 AM   #42 
  - This is scary. Clintons are certainly powerful enough to pull this off  TexanDem   May-18-08 11:53 AM   #44 

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