Do you think Obama will put Clinton on the ticket as VP?

@ersmommy1 (12600)
United States
June 4, 2008 9:10am CST
It has been such a back biting race, do you think they can play nice?
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@stephcjh (32328)
• United States
5 Jun 08
I'm not really sure what he will do these days. He says that he likes hillary but I am not so sure about that. I hope he does put her on the ticket with him though. I think they would make a good pair for the White House and the next presidency. I think with both of them together, we may be able to get something good going for America.
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• United States
4 Jun 08
I know that some people have voted for Obama just to keep Hilary out of office, and some have voted for Hilary just to keep Obama out of office, so I think they may lose more votes than they expect if they do that. I'm voting for McCain, anyway, just because I CANNOT STAND Hilary or Barack! I don't agree with their non-existent domestic policies, or with their crappy foreign policies. Just like everyone else, I'm tired of the old white guys as president, but none of the "new" candidates have decent platforms! Ridiculous! At least John McCain has a good track record. What about the other 2? Heaven knows they DON'T!! Also, the ONLY thing that's kept Hilary in the running in the first place is her d@mned huge ego! In campaigning, she's SPENDING more than she HAS, so how is she going to change our national deficit? Ask almost any flat-broke mother in this country to help with the national budget and deficit, and this country would be out of debt and very wealthy in just a year! But NO, it's all left up to rich politicians that wouldn't know a bargain or a REAL budget if it bit their weiners off!!! I HATE POLITICS!!! &$@%*^&$#%!!!
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@anniepa (27242)
• United States
9 Jun 08
I think they can probably "play nice" because others who have had much bigger differences have done so in the past and I think they're definitely close enough on the issues to do so, I think for some it will seem to be the "Dream Team" but I'm not sure if it will happen or not. Obama's said he's going to take his time, he's got a team together to look into VP possibilities, so I don't think we're going to know for at least several weeks, possibly a couple months. I'd like to say I've read so many posts here about Michelle saying Hillary would not be Obama's running mate so I looked it up and all I could find - without going through several thousand pages, I might add - was that Bob Novack had reported it. Has anyone heard her say that in an interview? Annie
@anniepa (27242)
• United States
14 Jun 08
Thanks so much for the BR! Annie
@clrumfelt (5421)
• United States
9 Jun 08
No. I think they'd try to sabatoge each other for their respective parties.
@mtdewgurl74 (18118)
• United States
9 Jun 08
I am hoping that they can and compromise atleast. They really did no different then others did in their campaign's as well. I hope that they can lay their differences aside and make history together not against each other. If she gets it for the Vice President then maybe she and he can work better together tho get their views and points accross and try to figure out a way to help us the people, instead of taking away from us and making us spend even more and more to be able to survive.
@susieq223 (3742)
• United States
8 Jun 08
I don't know if Hilary could play a good second fiddle. I think it would make an interesting duo to watch!
@Kowgirl (3491)
• United States
7 Jun 08
The real question should be will Michelle let Barry ask Hillary to be a running mate? If any of you have been watching the news you would have seen just how fast Michelle Obama is to answer when a question like this arose, just last week. He never got a chance to respond. She let it be known real fast that would not happen.
• Kenya
4 Jun 08
there is no permanent enemies in politics,but i doubt if he will stick to her for vp.bye.
@aero89 (422)
• United States
4 Jun 08
Nope, and on top of that, I think Hillary would decline. She's tired of playing second fiddle. I think she's too power hungry. I thought the last presidential election was interesting, but this one!? I am anticipating pretty heavily heh.. And as far as "playing nice", they save that for us, the citizens lol - they (politicians, in general) love to bash each other though.