If Michael Moore says so, the entire Democrat party will listen. <br><br>Besides, in what kind of bizarre and twisted world would the head of a candidate's veep search committee end up recommending themself? <br><br><br><br><br><br><br>
Ted Kennedy and his son Patrick are currently national politicians from the Kennedy family. the other 25+ aren't in politics right now (<a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kennedy_family">wikipedia</a>). well, Mark Kennedy Shriver is a state politician, but you wouldn't have known of him. <br><br>--<br>[color:red] Kansas Jayhawks -- 2008 National Champions </font color=red>
How many Kennedys are in politics? I thought we shot all but one and the one that is left is likely in an 18 month window or less. <br><br>I got the same letter and an Obama/Kennedy ticket has a nice ring to it except her youth is not a good counterbalance to Obama's youth. She also has held no elective office although I would put her smarts and political savvy against McCain.<br><br>You would actually not vote thus electing Bush for a third term? Isn't that as not funny as saying one would move to France if McCain was elected?<br><br>I would vote for Caroline in a heartbeat. She is one smart player and we need smart leaders. But for electability purposes I would go for General Wes Clark. He has the military experience, the age and acumen that goes with age (as opposed to crotchety rash that goes with McCain's old age). He also was a Hillary supporter and so might wake a few of the Clinton supporters up to the facts of life.<br><br>The worst thing I could say about selecting Caroline would be I would hear, "pulled a Cheney" once too often. (Once would be too often.)<br><br>
Remember that Michael Moore is in the business of getting attention more so than actually advancing anything. Although I think Ann Coulter is way way nastier (Michael Moore never did call anyone a "fag" or accuse anyone of enjoying their spouses death), she probably holds nearly as much weight politically... although she does speak at CPAC... and she is...<br><br>Okay, this is a route I don't feel like plowing before I cook dinner.<br><br>-- Cee Bee Double-U
What advantage would she give Obama? <br><br>foreign policy ? NO !<br>statesmanship ? No ! <br> Military background ? No! <br>Judical savy ? Don't think so.<br>Woman ? pick Hillary if you want that -- she'll likely deliver Ohio and Pennsylvania !!<br><br>Sorry I don't see the logic... NOT saying it might not be true... I just think Obama has 2 maybe 3 logical choices:<br><br>Hillary (above and more) or<br>Biden (foreign policy, knows Washington, etc)<br>(Both attack dogs which he needs against McSame)<br><br>with Richardson as a possible too. (foreign policy, Hispanic vote, long resume)<br><br>anyone else is I think unwise - throwing opportunity away. whoever it is, they need "Name recognition", not some unknown we're never heard of.<br><br>David (OFI)
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