I’m not sure about that. I think Obama would make a great VP for Clinton, but Clinton would make a terrible VP for Obama. She just doesn’t have the same energy and drive that he does, and despite their platforms, I’m not sure she’d be so good at aiding Obama in governing, primarily as a consequence of her knowledge of White House affairs – I daresay her presence would undermine Barack’s ability to be a good president.
I don’t know. I’m just going to watch and see what happens, as my voter registration isn’t updated for my new address so I can’t vote in the primaries, I don’t think. And without a strong evangelical leading the republicans, I look forward to less drama with the religious debates this time around. Hopefully this will make a more interesting and productive presidential race.
Time will tell. Who knows what happens behind closed doors? I prefer not to be in the predicting game though, I like to just see what happens when it’s stuff like this. I think it would be a really interesting time if they were on the same ticket. Even if she isn’t, she’ll run again next time around.