Bill and Hillary don't seem to be on the same page. <br>Maybe they should have a coffee together some time and talk.<br><br>Bill has been campaigning to get his wife the runnning mate slot according to George Stephanopoulos.<br>"He is definitely talking it up, making no secret it would be a strong ticket for Barack Obama,” said Stephanopoulos.<br>"If she’s not going to be the nominee, then he wants her in the second spot," said one friend of the Clintons. "In the long run, it’s the best way for her to run again in 2016."<br>Hillary has been adamant that she is only interested in the presidency.<br><br>Bill said in an interview last week said that the idea of cutting Florida's delegation in half "a very reasonable solution" to the party's stand-off over how to treat a primary contest that was not sanctioned by the Democratic National Committee.<br>He called it an “appropriate penalty.”<br>Hillary on the other hand says that she insists on 100 percent representration for Florida.<br>"I think that is disingenuous but it's also insulting to the 1.7-million Floridians who actually turned out to vote."<br><br><br>I think it is interesting that Ted Kennedy, Jimmy Carter, and Nancy Pelosi are against having Hillary as Obama’s running mate.<br><br>
Do not argue with an idiot. He will drag you down to his level and beat you with experience.
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