Thursday, June 5

No. 2

With one piece in place now for the democrats, attention has now turned to the vice president slot. Obama indicated he would at least consider Clinton for the No. 2 slot.

"Senator Clinton would be on anybody's short list, obviously," he told CBS News, adding they agree on most all the issues.

The morning pundits were critical of Clinton's handlers pushing her forward as a potential running mate, and even of Clinton herself say that pushing yourself onto the nominee is definitely not the way to get the nod. In her speech Tuesday night, she continue to cite the facts and figures that were meant to show just how formidable of a ticket they would be if they joined forces.

Obama's campaign announced the vetting of potential running mates was to be managed by a three-person team of one-time first daughter Caroline Kennedy, former Deputy Attorney General Eric Holder and Washington insider Jim Johnson.

He also stressed that he won't allow the media or anyone else to hurry to process and that he will announce a running mate when he's comfortable with the decision.


The Gang's All Here! said...

She just doesn't quit, does she? Kinda like that pink, annoying bunny that just keeps going and going . . .


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