dream ticket

I have a dream, and it looks like this:

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My dream will be just as happily satisfied if the names are switched: Edwards/Obama. These guys are honest, smart, and focused on the good of the American people — and also photogenic and articulate, which is important in today’s political races. And, most important: They can win.

(Button from Cafe Press: pick your favorite Obama running mate!)

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7 responses to “dream ticket

  1. It will be an interesting race!

  2. They are also not Hillary Clinton, who, I believe, would bring people to the polls just to vote against her. I’m not saying I agree with or even understand the active hatred she stirs, but I do hope the Dems recognize its existence.

  3. Naughty Heather

    Oh please! Oh please! Bring us into the light, Obama/Edwards! We have been in the dark for sooo long!

  4. >>They are also not Hillary Clinton >>
    Exactly. I’d dearly love to have a woman president, but this isn’t the woman to do it. She Can’t Win — there’s no way. The right wing would come out in droves to vote against her, regardless of her policies — they just don’t want Her anywhere near the White House. I can’t believe she thinks she has a chance. I can’t believe her advisors are telling her she has a chance. I hope someone in the Democratic party is willing to stand up at some point and speak truth to power: Whether we like it or not, Hillary will not and cannot win.

  5. Wesley Clark would make a great choice. He has a mobile and an active support base fighting for the removal of troops in Iraq yet is a general who has had direct involvement with this war. He would be the perfect foil for those who would say Obama was to inexperienced to hand over the presidency in a war time. Americans still hold to the belief that it takes a Republican to win a war despite the fact that there is a 2 to 1 ratio of Democrats who have actually served in the military.

  6. He would be the perfect foil for those who would say Obama was to inexperienced to hand over the presidency in a war time. Americans still hold to the belief that it takes a Republican to win a war despite the fact that there is a 2 to 1 ratio of Democrats who have actually served in the military.

  7. I think it’s interesting, with the recent news regarding Senator Edwards and a certain woman he hired in a motel being chased by paparazzi. Now that he’s publicly stated that he did cheat on his wife, and that it took place during the last election while his wife’s cancer was in remission, do you think the other candidate that Obama chose for VP will work?

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