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Friday, March 14, 2008

Quote of the week

''There have been charges of foul play from both sides. Obama has accused Clinton of smearing him by implying that he's a Muslim or Muslim sympathizer and Clinton has accused Obama's people of trying to dump a bucket of water on her and make her melt.'' - Jimmy Kimmel


Anonymous said...

Obama-Clinton, Clinton-Obama – either dream team is McCain’s worst nightmare. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama can easily make that nightmare a reality for him right now. Here’s how:

Both publicly pledge that if are nominated for President, the other candidate will be their first choice for the Vice Presidential spot.

This immediately puts a stop to attacks on the other, or calling their ability into question. They can still debate the issues and clarify their differences, but the main focus of their anger and outrage can now be directed at the Bush-McCain policies of the past 8 years.

The enthusiastic support of the other is exactly what each candidate will need in the fall to win. Each appeals to the voters the other has the hardest time attracting. If they combine their strengths – “hope” and “work” - they both will almost certainly be in a position to lead America out of the mess we are in.

Declan Cashin said...

I agree that they should form the ticket now and stop tearing each other apart - leave that to the boo-hiss pantomime baddies we call the Republicans.

I want Obama to be the nominee - we've seen a side to the Clintons in this race that is uuuuuugly - but I can't see him accepting a Veep spot with her at the top, and she certainly won't accept the offer from him. This whole race could inevitably boil down to the fact that the Democrats never miss an opportunity to miss an opportunity!