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Is a Dean/Clark ticket at all likely?(10 posts)

Is a Dean/Clark ticket at all likely?gtx
Dec 10, 2003 9:52 AM
Would Clark settle for a VP slot? Who else would Dean try to recruit if he gets the nomination?
I think Kerry would be a good choice.BottomBracketShell
Dec 10, 2003 11:16 AM
He was in the army too. I don't know if Clark would settle for VP, he's used to being a general not a corporal.
It won't be long before we see a post from the other personalityNo_sprint
Dec 10, 2003 11:38 AM
that occupies Hardonbottom.
Usual Non_sense spew. Boring. Yawn. nmBottomBracketShell
Dec 10, 2003 11:40 AM
Betya they're gone about the same time today too.No_sprint
Dec 10, 2003 1:48 PM
I did a very quick scan of yesterday's posts. Arrive about the same time, leave about the same time.

Now that I've pointed it out, expect him/her/them to try to mix it up.

Hardoninbottom! LOLOL!
Now see, this is an OBSCENE TROLL.BottomBracketShell
Dec 10, 2003 5:52 PM
"Hardoninbottom." About as obscene as a post can get. Doug, this is not "good stuff." This violates terms of use. This is a formal protest that I will pursue.

LOL. Good stuff. Indeed.
Don't think so ...HouseMoney
Dec 10, 2003 11:56 AM
If (when) Dean wins the nomination, I highly doubt he will pick a running mate (Kerry) from a neighboring state, especially one from an inconsequential electoral state such as MA. Clinton & Gore were able to pull it off (AR/TN), but the dynamics of the '92 election were different. Plus, they didn't have to counter the "northeast elitist liberal" tag that would surely be attached to a Dean/Kerry ticket (valid or not).
Geraldine Ferraro..joe friday
Dec 10, 2003 1:22 PM

I don't think that the final selection of the ticket
is as driven by popular outcome as most would think.

By the time that decision is made it's basically down
to two candidates and two idologies to duke it out,
and the VP's only asset is that they don't *hurt* the

at the time, I couldn't understand why Bush wouldn't
select McCain.. well, with the clarity of retrospect,
the decision tword Cheney makes more sense, since they
are both on the 'same page' with respect to Iraq.
Take Dick Cheney. . .czardonic
Dec 10, 2003 6:14 PM
. . .please.

Dick Cheney was put in charge of picking Bush's running mate, and he found himself to be the best man for the job.
Too much animosity thereLive Steam
Dec 11, 2003 6:48 AM
I wouldn't be surprised if he picks Richards to help with the southern vote. Richards has been very quiet in the attack front and maybe for a reason. Kerry has been pretty rabid in his attacks on Dean. It would kind of be difficult to change position on him that drastically now.

Besides Dean would look like a midget standing next to Kerry. Not a good image for a President.