Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Clark as Pantsuit VP?

Sure, it's a bit presumptious for this to be floated, but if it's true, all I can say is bring it on.
Hillary Clinton has been working closely with decorated anti-war retired Gen. Wesley Clark on foreign policy, fueling rumors he could be vice-president on a “Clinton-Clark” ticket in 2008.

In recent months Clark has joined Clinton several times on the campaign trail, has been publishing a number of profile-raising editorials, and is making a substantial effort to keep his slick PAC website updated with his media schedule. He also promotes email campaigns that solicit names and contact information, as he did in his recent push to remove Rush Limbaugh from Armed Forces Radio.
Far from being an asset, his erratic behavior is sure to torpedo her campaign.

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